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The Best Hotels with Jacuzzis and Hot Tubs to Book in Utah

Treat yourself to a relaxing soak in the hot tub after a busy day exploring Utah
Treat yourself to a relaxing soak in the hot tub after a busy day exploring Utah | Courtesy of SpringHill Suites by Marriott Moab / Booking.com
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19 November 2021
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After a day in the crisp mountains in Utah, there’s nothing better than soaking your muscles in a hot tub, whether for après-ski or after hiking at one of the state’s five national parks – hello, Zion. It’s never a bad time to melt your tensions away, especially when accompanied by a view of red rock cliffs or fragrant pine trees from outside your window. Here’s our pick of Utah hotels with in-room jacuzzis, bookable on Culture Trip.

Newpark Resort, for private hot tubs in the suites and townhomes

4.4/5 (941 Reviews)
Newpark Resort
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Price Drop
Now from $156 per night

Next to a nature preserve – and close to Park City – this contemporary resort offers a range of rooms with gas fireplaces, sofa beds and heated bathroom floors. It’s one of the best hotels with private hot tubs in Utah, so opt for the suites or townhomes that come with outdoor hot tubs overlooking the mountains. Plus, all guests have access to a shared hot tub, as well as an indoor/outdoor pool, fitness center, steam room and sauna. Walk over to the Newpark Town Center with several restaurants, bakeries and cafes, or drive a little further to bustling Park City.

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The Chateaux Deer Valley, for posh rooms and free shuttles to Park City

4.6/5 (1204 Reviews)
The Chateaux Deer Valley
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Price Drop
Now from $381 per night

In the heart of Deer Valley, this luxury resort has free breakfast and a ski rental shop for easy access to the slopes. Rooms and suites – up to four bedrooms – come with luxury amenities like fireplaces, cashmere throws, jetted tubs and kitchenettes. After a day exploring, head for the public outdoor pool and multiple hot tubs, and then have dinner at the Italian restaurant with original pizzas such as the creminelli pepperoni with San Marzano tomato sauce. You can also use the complimentary shuttle for lifts to Historic Main Street in Park City, for upscale shopping and restaurants.

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Bluff Dwellings Resort, for guided hikes and a taste of Puebloan culture

4.8/5 (282 Reviews)
Bluff Dwellings Resort
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Price Drop
Now from $156 per night

This family-owned resort, in the Southeast Utah town of Bluff, nods to the ancient Puebloan culture that once thrived there. The resort is built into a natural cliffside, and rooms come with private patios, mini-fridges and microwaves, while larger types have kitchenettes. The Tower Suite has a double-ended soaking tub. Along with free breakfast, other perks include guided hikes and a spa, outdoor pool, hot tub and fitness center. Meals at the casual restaurant include hot chili served with cornbread. Warm up on the patio with a fire pit to end the night.

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Zermatt Utah Resort & Spa Trademark Collection by Wyndham, for Swiss-inspired touches and fondue for two

4.1/5 (1137 Reviews)
Zermatt Utah Resort & Spa Trademark Collection by Wyndham
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Price Drop
Now from $135 per night

Traditional alpine-inspired decor can be found at this resort and spa in the Wasatch Mountains, about a half-hour drive from Park City. There are a number of activities that will keep you on site, like tennis, minigolf, volleyball, a spa and fitness center, plus indoor and outdoor pools. For the ultimate soak, check out the large indoor hot tub with a two-story waterfall. Rooms have elegant decor, while suites might come with fireplaces, kitchens, and private decks with hot tubs where you can watch the stars. Dining options include Starbucks coffee, as well as a casual bistro for poke nachos or fondue for two, finished with a nightcap at the pub with mountain views. Look for weekly events like yoga classes.

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Capitol Reef Resort, for spectacular views and unique excursions

4.3/5 (959 Reviews)
Capitol Reef Resort
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Price Drop
Now from $109 per night

This resort is all about the views – and with a location surrounded by red rock cliffs near Capitol Reef National Park, it’s easy to see why. Elegant rooms come with Keurig coffee makers – and some come with kitchenettes, sofa beds and private patios. More views can be found at the stunning outdoor pool and year-round hot tub, so bring your camera. Additional amenities include a fitness center with floor-to-ceiling windows, and excursions like Jeep tours and hiking with llamas. Fill up on comfort food at the Pioneer Kitchen with smoked trout dip and stuffed poblano peppers.

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Inn on the Cliff, for a restaurant with views near Zion National Park

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Perched on a cliff overlooking St George, this inn is a convenient – and scenic – base for exploring Zion National Park, an hour away. All rooms include plush mattresses, luxe linens and private balconies. In the morning, breakfast boxes are delivered to each room. Make sure to check out the outdoor pool, hot tub and fitness center. When you’re hungry, the restaurant has a lovely outdoor patio where you can lunch on salads like the southwestern Santa Fe with smoked pulled chicken. As the sun sets, take a look at the fine-dining menu with entrées like almond crusted Idaho trout.

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  • Cedar Breaks Lodge by Diamond Resorts, for two hot tubs and in-room jetted tubs

    4.1/5 (985 Reviews)
    Cedar Breaks Lodge by Diamond Resorts
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    Price Drop
    Now from $81 per night

    A short drive to Dixie National Forest, this family-friendly lodge is a bonus after a day hiking or fishing, thanks to its full-service spa, indoor pool, two hot tubs, and dry and steam saunas. Colorful and comfortable studios are equipped with gas fireplaces and kitchenettes, while larger units have jetted tubs. There’s also a cafe and a restaurant serving house-made burgers with umami dust, or veggie options like the tapioca crusted tofu; kids have their own menu to choose from.

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    Park City Peaks Hotel, for contemporary rooms and plenty of freebies

    4.6/5 (642 Reviews)
    Park City Peaks Hotel
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    Price Drop
    Now from $149 per night

    Families will appreciate the free perks at this modern hotel near Park City, like the daily breakfast, hot cocoa, ski storage and shuttles to and from town. You’ll want to upgrade your room for the kitchens, jetted tubs and balconies. There’s also free use of the indoor/outdoor heated pool, as well as two hot tubs and a fitness center with a Peloton bike. Choose between filling salads and original wood-fired pizzas for dinner, along with an enormous craft beer list and signature cocktails like the Miner’s Mojito. Ski and snowboard rentals are available on site during the winter season.

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    SpringHill Suites by Marriott Moab, for resort-style pools and three hot tubs

    4.6/5 (406 Reviews)
    SpringHill Suites by Marriott Moab,
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    Price Drop
    Now from $156 per night

    This spacious all-suite hotel is next to the Colorado River, just a few miles from downtown Moab and Arches National Park for a multitude of adventures. It’s a great base for families who can spread out at two resort-style pools and three hot tubs. There’s also a fitness center, basketball court and kid’s canyon. Every suite has a separate living area with a sofa bed, as well as microwave and mini-fridge where you can store items purchased from the 24-hour market. Free hot breakfast buffet is served daily, and dining options are plentiful in Moab.

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    The St Regis Deer Valley, for posh surroundings and hot tubs facing the mountains

    4.5/5 (166 Reviews)
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    This sophisticated resort has plenty of amenities apart from skiing, though getting to the slopes is easy with a private ski-in, ski-out funicular. There’s a fitness center with a yoga studio, and a stunning spa with après-ski treatments. But you can’t top the split-level outdoor pool and hot tubs surrounded by mountains and pine trees. After sundown, order Manhattan-style cocktails at the St Regis Bar with a three-side fireplace, and then follow it up with steamed mussels at the French-inspired brasserie. Rooms and suites come in earth tones with cozy textiles, while some come with fireplaces and balconies. There’s also a free shuttle into Park City, but we doubt you’ll leave too often.

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