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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is Among Many A-Listers, Escaping To The Palatial Amangiri Utah Resort

The 600-acre sanctuary of wilderness and isolation at Amangiri Utah is regarded an ideal hub for bespoke adventure and cultural activities in a pandemic-stricken world.

Aug 06, 2020 | By Julia Roxan

Posed in a minimalist wardrobe of luxurious neutrals, including relaxed Bottega Veneta and Totême dresses, Fella Swim bikinis, and a pre-Hedi Slimane Céline tote, English model, actress, designer, and businesswoman, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is the latest of a slew of celebrities to vacation in one of Utah’s innumerable resorts.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is Among Many A-Listers, Escaping To The Palatial Amangiri Utah Resort

The 600-acre sanctuary of wilderness and isolation of Canyon Point, Southern Utah has long represented the ultimate hub for bespoke adventure and cultural activities. Offering privileged access to National Parks and Lake Powell, Amangiri Utah showcases a 25,000 square feet Aman Spa with a water pavilion, sauna, steam room, cold plunge, and an array of other private outdoor pavilions.

Regarded the ideal escape in a pandemic-ridden world, the retreat is conveniently located a mere 25 minutes away from Page Municipal Airport, providing guests with private transfers and sustainable, seasonal menus inspired by the culinary heritage of the Navajo and the American Southwest, served both indoors and alfresco.

With a wide variety of accommodation to suit each weary travellers unique needs, Amangiri Utah boasts a multitude of suites, home residencies, and its most popular – Camp Sarika tented Pavilions. Ranging from one-bedroom sunset pavilions to two-bedroom grand view pavilions, the Camp Sarika tented Pavilions present a collection of 10 elegant and spacious spaces to recuperate. Elevating each guest’s wilderness experience to one of peerless comfort and maximum privacy, every tent comes complete with fully furnished and generously proportioned indoor living and dining areas, as well oversized terraces with fire pits and heated plunge pools.

If you’re anything like Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who spent her vacay horseback-riding and kayaking across Lake Powell, the resort’s 243 hectares of this starkly beautiful landscape, are begging to be explored. Within easy reach of some of North America’s most magnificent protected areas, including the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park and Monument Valley Tribal Park, home of the Navajo Nation, Amangiri Utah offers a range of one-of-a-kind experiences that bring guests closer to the culture and history of the area’s Native American communities, whilst mapping out numerous trails to dramatic viewpoints and hidden wilderness hotspots.

If travelling on foot or by horse seems daunting to you, perhaps a hot-air balloon flight at sunset with extraordinarily high-altitude, 360º views of the Navajo Mountain, the Vermillion Cliffs and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument – or a private helicopter ride with a team of expert pilots ready to take flight at your every beck-and-call, may be right up your alley. Showcasing the region’s unique geology from a new perspective, Amangiri Utah’s air tours are seamless to arrange, transporting guests to the peaks of mesa, 1,000 feet above the valley floor, for a once-in-a-lifetime yoga experience.

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