Thursday, October 27, 2011


A friend of mine just came back from the Amangiri  resort in Southern Utah.  Having posted on the Navajo trend this season I thought this would be a very fitting follow up.  I hope to make it out there at some point, it looks unbelievable!

“Every surface of Amangiri – the second North American property from the luxury hotel group Amanresorts – seems to suggest not only an aesthetic but a meditative state of mind.  Encircled by dramatic, sun-colored rock formations, the compound is set on 600 acres of southern Utah wilderness alongside eroded hoodoos and 5,000-year-old petroglyphs.  Its polished, low-slung buildings, dyed up to 10 times to match the nuances of the landscape, house 34 streamlined suites with timber-and-rawhide furniture and smooth concrete walls that frame surreal sweeps of sculpted sandstone…  It’s an instant classic for the less-is-more crowd.”
Travel+Leisure’s The World’s Greatest Hotels Resorts + Spas (Book), USA

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