The complex has a modern and natural aesthetic, which seems to blend with the surrounding desert.
All suites include king-size beds and private entrances.
The resort has a variety of lodging options, with suites ranging in size from 1,000 to 6,200 square feet.
Guests can choose from suites that offer views of the dunes, the mesa and plateaus, the mountain ranges and the desert.
The suites have access to the pool and terraces as well. The house is separated from the rest of the complex, as a rock scarp hides it, according to the same press release.
The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home has its own living room, kitchen, and dining room, which acts as an oasis within an oasis.
Meals and non-alcoholic beverages are included in the rate that guests pay for a stay at the property.
According to the press release, the luxurious dining room overlooking one of the property’s pools has seating for 79 guests, and the menu combines Native American food with global cuisine. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The complex also features a smaller private dining room, a natural desert dining room called the Chinle Site, a desert lounge, and a pavilion by the fireplace. Plus, guests can enjoy private dining experiences within more extensive dining options set in the desert, in a cave, and on a desert trail.
SUITABLE AMENITIES COMES WITH A STAY.
The complex will plan a personalized itinerary for all guests, and will provide complimentary group walks, exercise sessions, Wi-Fi, self-guided walks, and transportation to and from Page Municipal Airport, which is just 25 minutes from the complex.
Guests can also relax in the Amangiri common living room, library or boutique, and gallery to change scenery within the complex.
In addition to the gym, guests have access to yoga and pilates studios during their stays.
The spa features five indoor treatment rooms, two outdoor treatment terraces, an aquatic pavilion, and a floatation pavilion where guests can relax. The spa also uses Natural Aman skin care products, and treatments are based on Navajo traditions, according to the press release.
Built on the surrounding rock to make the swimming experience feel more natural, the pool deck features king-size beds.
There is also a hot tub at the edge of the pool for added luxury.
A stay at the Amangiri also entitles guests to privileged access to the area’s National Parks, according to its website.
There are hiking trails on the resort’s property, and guests can also go horseback riding, take guided walks through slot canyons, and even go on hot-air balloon rides.
Similarly, visitors can take a speedboat tour of Lake Powell, experience the Navajo Nation Reserve on a tour of the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, and even take helicopter tours of the area.