The 10 Best Spa Hotels in Utah!
Utah is home to a wide variety of resorts and hotels, many of which feature professional spas that are conducive to the vacation of your dreams. If you’re looking to de-stress in all aspects of the word, consider one of the following Utah spa hotels.
The Stein Eriksen Lodge at Deer Valley has a sparkling reputation for its luxury and diverse amenities. If you’re looking for the quintessentially indulgent Park City experience, this is probably the place for you. Prepare to eat well, enjoy the area’s stunning scenery, and benefit from the resort’s world-class spa.
Westgate Park City Resort & Spa is a great option for those who don’t want to stay at a super pricey hotel, but who still want luxury and access to a great spa. Located at the base of the nation’s largest ski resort (Park City Mountain) Westgate features a variety of accommodations, ranging from villas with multiple bedrooms to simple studios.
Amangiri is an exclusive resort in southern Utah that likes to keep a low profile, though it increases in popularity with every passing year. Originally only publicized through word of mouth, the luxury, five-star resort has only recently become more transparent. This place is the perfect desert hideaway for an unforgettable and relaxing vacation, and its spa services may be the only thing better than its sheer beauty.
Amira Resort and Spa brings you American Southwest luxury in a less remote setting than Amangiri. Located in the charming town of St. George, the resort is only 30 or so minutes away from Utah’s famous Zion National Park. The resort has a rustic, Spanish-inspired feel, and its swimming pools look like luxurious spas in and of themselves.
Deer Valley Resort is famous for its unequivocal luxury, so it comes as no surprise that the Montage Deer Valley follows suit. Not only are the resort and spa luxurious, but it’s perfectly situated (and generously sized). Located only five minutes from Park City’s Main Street, you’ll be close to exciting night life, as well as the ski slopes of Deer Valley.
Moab is famous for attracting outdoors enthusiasts, but it is also a place to relax and unwind in the company of southern Utah’s gorgeous red rock scenery. At the resort, your lodging feels private, but also strangely communal. Rooms have their own porches, but open onto a shared lawn. This is the place to come if you want to have an outdoors experience steeped in luxury (as well as access to a rejuvenating spa).
When you think of spa hotels, you probably think of something remote. This is the opposite with the Kimpton Hotel Monaco, which is located smack dab in downtown Salt Lake City. But that’s part of the hotel’s appeal: it’s a trendy and centrally-located hot spot that will give you plenty of things to do, one of which is relish in the hotel’s in-room spa services.
You’ve probably never heard of Manti, Utah, which is all the more reason to check out the quaint town’s Yardley Inn and Spa. This place is famous for its honeymoon packages, but it is also the perfect spot for a weekend getaway with a loved one. You can decompress, explore the small town of Manti, and get as many massages as your heart desires.
Main & SKY is an urban resort experience in the middle of the Park City mountains. And while you may be more inclined toward the classic cabin, Main & SKY offers chic and simple accommodations that could have you second guessing your original wishes. Main & SKY also has one of the most extensive spas of the resorts on this list.
Movara is not the typical resort experience, but maybe that’s exactly what you need. Maybe you’re interested in getting away, not just to relax, but to experience a change in your location, body, and soul. Movara Fitness Resort isn’t all about losing weight, either. It’s about getting in control of your life, and putting in hard work as you simultaneously have the time to adequately relax in their spa.