Amanis one of the world’s most luxury chains, yet once again it manages to surprise with theAmangiri, a gem of minimalist design nestled in the almost supernatural landscape of southern Utah, nestled between canyon rocks and red desert sand.
The entire resort complex was designed with complete respect for the environment, indeed with the clear intention of seamlessly blending the built and the natural.
The 34 accommodations are located in nature dominated by the massive presence of sandstone in the same manner as an ancient settlement. The result is minimalist and very calming, making it a true oasis of tranquility that benefits from the absolute silence of the desert.
Not surprisingly, a great deal of attention is paid to the wellness aspect: the spa is extremely well cared for, and takes the healing tradition through the use of the four elements typically Navajo, transferring it into modern treatments including massages, scrubs, wraps, and flotation therapies, as well as saunas, steam rooms, and cold-water pools.
Amangiri, an almost surreal beauty
To top it all off, a spectacular outdoor swimming pool, lined with stone and surrounded by steps, allows you to contemplate the magnificence of the desert from the comfort of the temperature-controlled water.
The search for inner peace continues through the dedicated yoga program.
Candlelight evening refreshment sessions are available, as well as outdoor full moonlight classes and private lessons in the hall that overlooks, with large windows, spectacular rock formations.
The heart of the resort is the Pavilion, which includes the living areas, restaurant area, a library, and an exhibition gallery, and from which branch off two different wings of the hotel separated from each other, the Desert Wing and the Mesa Wing: the former consists of 16 suites, reached by an enclosed outdoor pathway; the latter includes 18 suites that open up to the desert.
All interior design details, from the lighting to the furniture to the coordinated image, were designed to disguise the architecture in the surrounding landscape, and to bring inside that surreal peace that only nature can give and that regenerates the soul(aman.com).