Utah’s MOST EXPENSIVE Hotel Room is…WHAT?!?
I've never heard of this place.
When I was a kid, I thought we stayed in Motel 6's because they were six dollars a night. There's a great Simpson's joke about that:
I am not one of these people who is demanding about how nice their hotel is. I can only differentiate based on how stale their English muffins are in the morning. Other than that I can't tell much of a difference between a Super 8 or a Best Western or a Holiday Inn.
Apparently some people can tell a difference, and they demand premium. The most expensive hotel in Utah is the Amangiri hotel in Canyon Point by the Arizona border.
Here's where it is on the map:
According to ABC4.com: (full article)
"The thought of spending $4,913 per night for a hotel may seem absurd to some people — and financially out of reach, but to others, that amount can be comedically considered “chump change.” Here in Utah, that is exactly how much it costs to stay the night at the luxury Amangiri located in Southern Utah."
That makes it the fifth most expensive hotel in the world according to ABC4.
Here's a list of things people do when they stay here per ABC4: (full article)
Some of the nearby landscapes guests can explore while staying at this resort include:
- Explore the Colorado Plateau – The Colorado Plateau has the highest concentration of national parks in America offering opportunities to explore the Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, and Zion National Park, by air, car, and foot. The hotel has in-house and local guides that can develop custom itineraries to suit a guest’s interest.
- Monument Valley and Navajo Nation Slot Canyons – Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, located on the Navajo Reservation, remains the same as it did a millennium ago. Tours of the captivating slot canyons are led by a Navajo guide.
- Explore nearby Lake Powell – Paddleboarding, kayaking, and boating are all ways to explore Lake Powell while checking out the 290-foot freestanding arch known as the Rainbow Bridge
- Horseback riding on the Plateau – Riding trails are available in the area around the resort and beyond.
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