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Amangiri

At a Glance

    Pros

  • stunning accommodations inside and out
  • exceedingly gracious and professional staff
  • world-class restaurant and spa

    Cons

  • it's about 10 times more expensive than most accommodations in the area
  • extremely remote

Amangiri Review

One of just two U.S. properties operated by the famously luxurious Aman resort company, this ultraplush 34-suite compound lies just a few miles north of Lake Powell on a 600-acre plot of rugged high desert, soaring red-rock cliffs, and jagged mesas. Each of the artfully designed units has an extensive private terrace and outdoor fireplace; top units have private pools. High-ceilinged rooms with stone floors, concrete walls, and timber and steel finishes adjoin massive bathrooms, each with a deep sunken tub and tall window that's perfect for stargazing. The eager-to-help staff can tailor guided day hikes or private dinners on your private terrace, and a dramatically situated spa offers treatments in both indoor and outdoor areas. Guests dine on first-rate Mediterranean and American cuisine in a softly lighted dining room, warmed by a crackling fireplace—the clientele is mostly hotel guests, but the public is welcome by reservation. During the winter months, the resort frequently offers packages that include meals and spa treatments.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 1 Kayenta Rd., 15 miles northwest of Page off U.S. 89 Canyon Point, UT 84741-0285 | Map It
  • Phone: 435/675–3999; 877/695–3999
  • Website:
  • Location: Wahweap

    Hotel Details

  • 34 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 05-15-2013

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