A stark landscape
Amangiri Resort blends into countless untouched square miles of red rock country. Amangiri is at the heart of the Grand Circle and within easy reach of some of the continent’s most magnificent protected areas, including the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park and Monument Valley. Set within 240 ha of wilderness on the invisible border between Utah and Arizona, there is a profound sense of the American Southwest.
Surrounded by thousands of square miles of untouched scenery,
a vast expanse of desert terrain: the nearest town is 25-minute drive and is Page, Arizona.
From far, the general aesthetic of the place is characterized by a lofty rock escarpment, which main pool curves around.
It’s a paean to architectural elegance, with low set rectangular buildings matching the subtle colors and textures of the surrounding Entrada sandstone, blending seamlessly into the rugged landscape.
Despite having all the comforts to the highest level (a 2,300 m² spa, a private courtyard and terrace for each suite, and a clear, blue pool wrapped around an enormous, ancient boulder), nature plays the leading role.
Framing the surrounding dunes, plateaus and mountain ridges, the Suites and the Home embrace the area's raw aesthetic.
The main core of the building is the SPA.
Spread across 2,322 square metres (25,000 square feet), the spa pavilions, treatments rooms and terraces provide a variety of treatments including massages, scrubs, wraps and flotation therapy.
The large desert-view spa focuses on restoring hózhó, which means beauty, harmony, balance and health in Navajo.
The Spa aims to reflect the healing traditions of the Navajo through the four elements of earth, wind, fire and water.
Amangiri’s majestic, intimate setting and host of venues are perfectly suited to a variety of celebrations both large and small.
Photography by: Amangiri