Amagiri Canyon Point, Utah
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. Amangiri’s 243 hectares (600 acres) and beyond reveal stark beauty as well as rich cultural heritage.
The cuisine at Amangiri is inspired by the American Southwest and made primarily from locally sourced ingredients carefully selected by the chef. Meals are served from an open kitchen to tables that look out through floor-to-ceiling windows over the ever-changing colours of the Utah desert.
Amangiri’s open-plan kitchen ensures a relaxed and friendly dining experience. The buzzing kitchen pervades the space and eliminates the barrier between guests and culinary staff. Methods include hot stones and a traditional wood-fired oven.
Amangiri’s menu is designed to be explored and discussed with the chefs, pairing farm-fresh products with modern interpretations on Southwestern traditions.
Enjoy a private dinner out on the Chinle Site. In-keeping with the rocky landscape, dishes are served on hot stones, while ice cream arrives on cold stones.
The Spa aims to reflect the healing traditions of the Navajo through the four elements of earth, wind, fire and water. 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.
Refresh at the water pavilion’s sauna, steam room and cold plunge pool. A stone-lined step pool with desert views adjoins the spa pavilion, offering cushioned seating for contemplation and temperature-controlled water. Refresh at the water pavilion’s sauna, steam room and cold plunge pool. A stone-lined step pool with desert views adjoins the spa pavilion, offering cushioned seating for contemplation and temperature-controlled water.