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Amangiri, ‘peaceful mountain’, is situated on 328 hectares (810 acres) in Canyon Point, Southern Utah, close to the border with Arizona. The resort is tucked into a protected valley with sweeping views over colourful, stratified rock towards the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The resort is a 25-minute drive from the nearest town of Page, Arizona, and a 15-minute drive to the shores of Lake Powell. Architecturally, the resort has been designed to blend into the landscape with natural hues, materials and textures a feature of the design. The structures are commanding and in proportion with the scale of the natural surroundings, yet provide an intimate setting from which to view and appreciate the landscape.


English is the most common language.

The US dollar is the unit of currency in the USA. ATMs can be found at local banks and Amangiri facilitates currency exchange at a service fee of 5%.

24-hour medical services are available on call at Amangiri. The nearest clinic and hospital is located in Page, a 25-minute drive from the resort.

110 volts/60 cycles. Converters for 220-volt appliances as well as plug adaptors are available.

Time Zone
Canyon Point is on Mountain Standard Time (MST), three hours behind Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Amangiri provides complimentary roundtrip transfers to/from Page Municipal Airport. Transfers from any other airports or major cities are available on a request basis and are priced separately.

Check-in & Check-out
The standard check out time is 12:00 noon. Check out after 12:00 noon but before 18:00 hours is charged at 50% off the contracted rates. A full day room charge is applicable for check out after 18:00 hours. However, any request for late check out either paid or complimentary basis is subject to availability and at the discretion of the resort management. Check in time is 14:00 hours.

Room Amenities

All three meals for two adults
Round trip airport transfers to/from Page Airport
Complimentary Wifi access
Guided group hikes daily
Complimentary group yoga class daily (morning)
Complimentary group mat-based strength and stretch class (afternoon)
Full use of Fitness Center and Water Pavilion
Itinerary planning service
Complimentary minibar


The Aman Spa at Amangiri has been created to reflect the holistic principles and healing traditions of the Navajo people who have made the Four Corners region their home for centuries. Theirs is an all-encompassing philosophy of life which sees the earth and all that exists in the natural world as manifestations of the Sacred. This holistic approach to the world implies that all things in life are connected to one another, interacting according to a natural order. A state of equilibrium is achieved by living a life that is balanced and in harmony with creation, and by respecting the four elements of life and destruction – earth, wind, fire and water.

High Speed Internet Access

Wireless Internet access is available.


Amangiri’s trail system and unrivalled backcountry access allow guests to explore the region’s striking desert scenery on foot. With trail difficulties ranging from beginner to advanced, there is something for everyone. The hiking trails on the property are well-marked and maintained and are easily accessible from the resort.

Amangiri also offers the southwest’s widest range of hiking opportunities, guided and unguided. In a region renowned for its needle-thin rock towers, slickrock domes and slot canyons, Guest Assistants can direct guests to a classic self-guided desert hike of any length and difficulty, or can arrange for a guide to accompany guests on an excursion providing all the necessary special equipment and training.

Launching directly from Amangiri, hot air balloon flights provide guests with extraordinary views of the resort’s 328 hectares (810 acres) as well as spectacular scenery over Lake Powell, Navajo Mountain, the Vermillion Cliffs and the Grand Staircase- Escalante National Monument. The 45-minute flight is a perfect way to begin a day in canyon country.

Directly downstream of Lake Powell and the Glen Canyon Dam, before the mighty Colorado River plunges on its 402-kilometre (250-mile) journey through the Grand Canyon National Park, a peaceful 24-kilometre (15-mile) stretch of river affords the chance to float between 305-metre (1,000-foot) high walls of Navajo sandstone. Daily half-day excursions begin with private transportation from Amangiri to the base of the Glen Canyon Dam, followed by a privately-guided boat trip.