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Amangiri
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Reviewed 13 November 2011

A unique opportunity to explore a national park with luxurious lodging. Amangiri is an impressive architectural spectacle with view nooks throughout the comfortable yet contemporary resort.

Pros:
1. Service - efficient, ready to help (delivered hiking boots to room), attentive servers
2. Breakfast - yogurt/granola was delicious (also recommend the pumpkin french toast)
3. Pool setting - serene, lounge/day beds
4. Exclusive hiking trails - we hiked 3 and had the trails to ourselves
5. Winter package - this allowed us to partake in B, L, and D
6. Shuttle availability
7. In-room amenities: fire pit on patio was a highlight; furniture, bath products, soak tub and rain showers, organic snacks and apples
8. Fireplaces by dining tables (and desert views)
9. Mushroom appetizer
10. Pacing of meals
11. Location - this is probably #1 - compared to camping, a houseboat or 2-star motel in Page, AZ, this is a very desirable lodging option

Cons:
1. Lack of coffeemaker/espresso machine in room (it would useful in winter to have espresso or tea in room)
2. Dinner - quality of food, choices, value of menu options (e.g., elk undercooked; scallops - 3 for $38)
3. Coffee in restaurants - rather than bringing a carafe or refilling coffee cups, the guest had to ask for more coffee. They would bring another cup (the assumption is that diners were probably charged by the cup)
4. Service charge and sales tax on food despite food being "included" in the package (it should be clear how this works in advance of the bill)
5. Stains on white cloth for daybeds and beds on patio of guest rooms
6. Having to walk through the main dining area to go to the spa or to go hiking (would rather not wear a robe through the restaurant or hiking clothes)
7. Despite no coffee/tea in the room, sodas with artificial flavors were in the refrigerator which was interesting since this resort prides itself on organic, ecofriendly emphases
8. Food in general was bland, underseasoned and could benefit from fresh herbs, spices, complexity of flavors (pretty basic ingredients - e.g., truffle oil vs. black or white truffles)
9. Slippers pretty flimsy and not sized for shoe size
10. Some of wait staff lacked confidence (e.g,, AJ) and should receive more training
11. Compared to Amangani (Jackson Hole) there was no parting gift upon check-out or balloons for birthday celebration
12. Bathtub in room needed caulk

Generally I enjoyed my stay immensely. It was a special resort and a unique setting. But compared to Vegas and Phoenix resorts, some of the special touches were missing.

Recommendations for mgt:

1. Beyond winter season, it is recommended that breakfast be included as a standard
2. Chefs should be encouraged to receive additional training about the inclusion of more complex, quality ingredients and more unique dishes - develop a theme or specialty-type of food - ask diners about preferences for spicy or whether they would prefer maple syrup on the side
3. Launder or replace white stained cloths on day beds and in individual rooms
4. Add additional desert plantings for color around the resort to provide stark contrast to concrete (cold) walls
5. Provide "room gift" (e.g., small lotion or something specific to region - e.g., desert rock?)
6. When staff greeted us they mentioned they "thought" about singing happy birthday. Since it was my 40th, I think it would have been great!
7. Consider including complimentary organic coffee/team in room (even if upon request)

Feel free to email me with questions regarding my experience with this resort.

Room Tip: Choose a mesa view room to avoid walking through dining room to spa facilities
  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled as a couple
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8  Thank dreamtravelreviewer
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Reviewed 30 October 2011

Amangiri is simply wonderful. The desert is mesmerising, the rooms immaculately appointed, the spa unparalleled. Truly magnificent.

We drove across from Los Angeles via a stay in Las Vegas and a tour of Zion Canyon. Stayed in a Mesa View Pool Suite. The view is simply divine. Tranquil, private and incredibly beautiful. Two small wishes: A wood burning fire in the room and that the pool in our suite had a better view. It is very expensive (hence four stars for value) but this is tied with Post Ranch Inn for our best US holiday.

Staff are courteous and very accommodating.

  • Stayed: October 2011
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1  Thank hrichardj
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Reviewed 21 October 2011

Ditto all the great comments that preceded, the beds are the most comfortable, fabulous beds, bar none you'll ever encounter, just sorry I felt compelled to frantically get up the 2nd day to secure a lounge chair at the pool, it wasn't necessary at this time of year apparently, but who knew? There are only a few, they are indeed divine, secure the "bed " ones , which are only on one side, unless you want to get baked. The sun beats down after 10ish and you can't move the umbrellas on the individual ones on the other side. The drinks at bar and restaurant are weak and the wine is expensive ($ 20 plus the least expensive glass, and if they give you more than 4 ounces you are lucky). Please, when you pay 1500 plus a night, this is ridiculous. Also, the restaurant at night, while tables are dreamy outside by the pool, needs improving. The food, when you get it is good, but terribly small portions and only one vegetarian option for an entree. I asked for their tuna appetizer as an entree. No problem, however the "entree" consisted of three bites of tuna on a bed of something really delicious, and after hiking Zion earlier, this and the small appetizer I had gotten wasn't remotely filling. Note, I am a small woman, who eats little--this was beyond ridiculous. I then asked for just some side vegetables I had seen on others' plates. No problem. Twenty minutes later the waitress tells us they are having kitchen issues and do I really still want this? Answer no because now it is 10 and I am not happy. Upon returning to the room, I see a veggie pizza on the menu and wish I'd gotten room service. But I regroup in the morning, and the buffet is great, lunch is good, drinks are still good but weak, so we order a few, and life is good.

Hiking is wonderful, we went by ourselves on the property, never saw another soul. I had a wonderful massage, not gimicky, perfect, all is quiet--no kids--heaven. Would go back in a heartbeat.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Debra1500
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Reviewed 14 October 2011

My wife and I went for a long weekend. We were very impressed with the property. On arrival it seemed as if the entire staff came out to meet us. We were escorted to the lounge for cocktails as our room was prepared. When the room was ready we were escorted where we found our luggage waiting for us. From the moment we arrived to the moment we left everything was stress free. The scenery is extraordinary and the staff was superb. We enjoyed hiking and the spa. The chef's counter is a great place to dine. We would strongly recommend the property to get away from just about everything.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank SBF2
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Reviewed 7 October 2011

We were blown away. The hotel is as lovely as the pictures and is a serene getaway. We also spent a day on Lake Powell, just stunning!
Loads of hiking, striking scenery, but leave time to relax at the pool. Food is very good (and pricy), but sometimes too "fancy." Wine prices are extremely high and wine by the glass portions are too small.
Service was fantastic and friendly, room was perfect. We would return in a heartbeat.
Be sure to follow the advice of a previous poster and book through a premium credit card...we got free breakfasts and free spa treatments using AmEx Platinum.

  • Stayed: September 2011
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Thank LeslieMaryland
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