With red rock views, desert wilderness, and hues of orange and pink sunsets, there will be an all-new mini oasis situated in the heart of the desert. Next year, Utah is getting a new Amangiri resort that will give you all the best views.
Aman is one of the top resorts in the West and next year they are expanding their Utah location with a brand new mini-resort opening in April 2020.
Camp Sarika will feature tented pavilions surrounded by giant rock formations and endless mesas. You'll be able to enjoy one of the 10 huge rooms the retreat will have.
No matter which room you choose, each one will have amazing views. There will even be heated plunge pools for you to enjoy.
It's the perfect place to surprise your SO with a secluded romantic getaway or honeymoon. If you want to take a BFF trip, it's also a great place to escape the city and enjoy a weekend surrounded by the vast desert.
This tented retreat will also include a restaurant, two spa suites, jacuzzi, and a swimming pool. It's the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Prices start at $3,800 per night and vary depending on the season and whether your reservation will be on a weekday or weekend.
The two-bedroom Mesa Pavillion can accommodate 8 guests, with prices starting at $7,200. That's only $900 per person a night!
During the day, you can explore one of the five national parks that are located nearby or go on a mountain hike with its own trail system.
At night, get cozy by one of the campfires and stargaze the evening away. This retreat in the middle of the desert is perfect if you want to be surrounded by wilderness while enjoying the comforts of city life.
If you're making a road trip from Phoenix to Utah, this resort should be on your itinerary. It's surely on our bucket list.
Amangiri Camp Sarika
Price per night: $3,800 and up
Address: 1 Kayenta Road, Canyon Point Utah
Why You Need To Go: You'll get views + a swimming pool + jacuzzi all in the middle of the desert.
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