You Can Have A BFF Getaway At This Dreamy Desert Retreat In Utah
We know what we're doing this summer. 😍
We love trips. Especially when we can take them with our favorite people. If you're in desperate need of a girl's trip, then you should go to the Red Mountain Resort in Utah. It even has a package dedicated to a girlfriend's getaway.
The retreat in St. Cloud, Utah is only a one-hour drive away from Zion National Park and a 2.5-hour drive from Bryce Canyon.
The Girlfriend's Getaway Villa is perfect for up to four best friends and the cost starts at $435 per person per night. It includes a $50 spa credit, daily hiking guide, three meals a day, free welcome gifts, and use of resort amenities.
It's the perfect place to have a relaxing bachelorette weekend since there's a 3-night minimum stay required.
You'll also be able to go to unlimited fitness classes and healthy cooking demonstrations.
Since there's a kitchen in the villa, you can show off those newfound cooking skills. If you'd prefer to relax, opt for the in-house restaurant. It has amazing views.
Since this package is only good until March 31, 2021, we recommend that you book a stay ASAP.
The two-bedroom villa is 1,700 square feet and has everything you need for a BFF sleepover such as a gas fireplace, kitchen, and cozy living room. You might never want to leave.
Just be sure to leave your pets at home, since they aren't permitted in the rooms.
If you prefer to have an extravagant stay, you should check out thisthat's located nearby. It'll cost less than $300 a night if you stay with friends and split the cost.
Whether you're looking for a trip with the girls or want to go on some outdoor, this is a great place to stay.
Red Mountain Resort
Price: From $435 per person for up to four people
Address: 1275 E. Red Mountain Circle, Ivins, Utah
Why You Need To Go: You can have a weekend getaway with friends.
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