Situated less than 30-minutes from Lake Powell and Page and set among 600 acres of dramatic landscape looking out towards the Grand Staircase-Escalante Monument, lies the beautiful and über luxurious Amangiri, a part of the Aman resorts. Meaning ‘peaceful mountain’, this highly-acclaimed hotel has just 34 suites and offers a range of fantastic and quite possibly unparalleled excursions and facilities in the area.

Choose from a selection of beautiful suites with desert and mesa views featuring air conditioning, under-floor heating, private courtyards and some, private plunge pools. The dining room, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, at Amangiri is a real treat with an open-kitchen and glass doors leading to a beautiful outdoor dining area. Be sure to visit the Spa where there is a steam room, dry sauna, cold plunge pool, flotation pavilion and single and double treatment rooms (some outdoors). Lie back and relax at the central pool where there are large loungers and day beds to relax on and enjoy the view in the open-air desert lounge. At Amangiri there is a fitness centre with stunning views and a yoga pavilion where complimentary sessions take place.

Stays at the Amangiri include: three meals daily, complimentary transfers to and from Page Airport, daily complimentary 1 hour guided hike within the grounds, three complimentary full hikes on property (self-guided), regular complimentary yoga session, complimentary Wi-Fi in suites and Pavilion and complimentary use of the fitness centre and water pavilion including steam room, sauna, cold plunge pool, jacuzzi and step pool.

For those seeking adventure there are several optional activities available such as early morning hot air balloon flights, Navajo guided tours to slot canyons and Monument Valley, kayak adventures on Lake Powell get up close to the majestic rock formations on one of the four via ferratas.

Amangiri is situated only 90 minutes from Zion National Park and 2.5 hours from the Grand Canyon, the National Parks of Utah and Arizona can be easily visited from Amangiri.