Amira Resort and Spa Opens in Utah

Amira Resort and Spa

Boutique spa and wellness retreat Amira Resort and Spa is now open. Located in St. George, UT, the property offers a luxury escape surrounded by red rock canyons. As the region’s only Four Diamond resort, the property offers luxury accommodations, a new spa, two swimming pools and expansive outdoor space.

The four-month renovation project was led by Greg Mathis, president of MRW Design Associates. One of the highlights of the renovation is is newly redesigned and remodeled guest suites, including 10 luxury suites sized at 1,400 square feet, and 36 suites at 600 square feet. All suites have a private patio, fireplace and Jacuzzi tub. 

At the newly remodeled 4,500-square-foot Amira Spa, guests are welcomed with the spa's signature pomegranate-mint-lemon water, silken mighty leaf tea, locally roasted coffee or wine. There are seven treatment rooms, heated outdoor showers (for use in colder months), a relaxation area, two outdoor pools and a heated outdoor Jacuzzi. The spa menu includes massages, facials, and hair and nail treatments as well as wellness classes like yoga, meditation and shamanic-inspired therapies.

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For outdoor wellness, guests can take part in private guided hiking through nearby red-rock canyons, professional life coaching, private personal training sessions or take self-guided walks in the labyrinth. 

Amira Resort is located less than an hour from Zion National Park, under two hours from Las Vegas, just over two hours from Bryce Canyon National Park, and two-and-a-half hours from the Grand Canyon. 

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All retreats include twice-daily yoga sessions, daily spa treatments and specially designed healthy “yogic menus” for breakfast, lunch and dinner.