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Utah is all about the big outdoors; if you love hiking, cycling, rock-climbing and skiing in extraordinary scenery, look no further. The state offers fiery-red cliffs, weird-shaped rock formations, dramatic canyons and endless deserts. And that’s just southern Utah. Northern Utah is the place for winter skiing. No wonder the State boasts 12 national parks and monuments. Our choice of the best places to stay in Utah ensures you can get immersed in all this drama.
In amongst all this, you’ll find ancient rock art, fossils and the remains of pioneer settlements. There are scenic drives, such as through Bryce Canyon National Park, and stunning rock formations, such as the alien-looking Goblin Valley State Park or Arches National Park, near Moab, with its extraordinary sunset-red rock formations. Visit Monument Valley and you’ll feel that you’ve strayed on to a Hollywood Western film-set; best explored from horseback for real authenticity.
Of course, there’s an urban life, too. At Park City, check out the Utah Olympic Park and its thriving night life. Winter is one of the best times to visit, part for the Sundance Film Festival in January but mainly for the skiing.
Salt Lake City, the State’s capital, has the futuristic Natural History Museum and is also the headquarters of the Mormon Church. In Temple Square, you’ll find the church’s majestic temple and tabernacle with its vast dome and world-renowned choir. And of course, you should take a dip - or possibly a float - in the Great Salt Lake’s famously buoyant waters.
Antelope Island State Park is one of the best places for swimming or just sun-bathing.
But it’s Utah’s magnificent, and sometimes surreal, landscape for which you will want to use our best places to stay in Utah guide.
Sun or snow, this artistic eco-friendly hotel at the foot of Mount Timpanogos has stunning views of the alpine Rocky Mountains. Rooms are residential with modern bathrooms. 'Tree Room' offers candlelit dinners and award winning meals. A deli, bar and more casual dining are also available.
On the Virgin River by the cliffs of Zion National Park rests a family activity oasis, a romantic getaway with an outdoor pool. Rooms and suites enjoy stunning canyon views, all the mod-cons and kitchen facilities. 9 East offers a fresh, well prepared menu and packed lunches for days of activities.
A luxury boutique lodge adjacent to the magnificent Zion National Park. Spacious and comfortable cabins offer western-style décor, fireplaces and jetted tubs. An onsite restaurant serves organic cuisine. Rustic-charm with style and comfort.
Oljato-Monument Valley, Utah
Discover the Wild West! See Monument Valley in all it's burnt orange glory. This lodge houses comfortable rooms with private balconies looking out onto an unforgettable landscape. Hillside suites are complete with kitchenette & cosy cabins have all facilities. The indoor pool will soothe the senses.
Hollywood western landscape on the Colorado River with pool and horse corral. Spectacular Creek or river views from each of the large rooms. Kitchens, wood furnishings and private balconies ensure comfort. Enjoy meals at The Cowboy Grill and wine tastings at Castle Creek Winery. Stunning location!
Unbeatable spot in the heart of Utah with pool, spa, working ranch with canyon and river views. Comfortable, wood furnished rooms come with kitchens and dining areas. The River Grill and Bar serves American cuisine. Activities galore by day. Make sure you relax at the spa and pool too.
Park City (Utah)
Stunning 19th Century boutique hotel on the slopes with French contemporary chic interiors and a year-round heated pool. Luxurious and modern rooms feature designer bathrooms. Winter or summer, this hotel is the perfect location for the ski slopes, water activities and much more. All welcome!
Park City (Utah)
Luxury Summit Country resort with spa, outdoor pool, in the midst of the great outdoors. Large modern rooms (some with private hot tubs) have stunning mountain views. Glitretind Restaurant is elegant and popular with cocktails and delicious dishes. Snow or sun there is a lot to do, out or in.
Park City (9100 Marsac Avenue)
Activity based luxury resort in a stunning alpine valley. Views from the rooms will make you want to rise with the sun & explore the great outdoors. Skiing by winter, river-adventures by summer, with spa and pool to relax and cool off. You'll be spoilt for choice by the cuisine on offer.
Canyon Point, Utah
In secluded Utah terrain rests an architectural marvel with ornate interiors, an array of pools with private verandas and spa. Minimalist and luxurious rooms showcase canyon views. The Pavilion offer American cuisine, Oenophiles bar a great wine selection. Adventures or relaxing - all on the menu.