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When a brisk wind blew the roof off Mormon leader Erastus Snow’s buggy in the 1860s, he christened the surrounding area Hurricane Hill. Storm chasers will be disappointed to learn you’re unlikely to encounter twisters here, but you will find plenty of incredible hiking trails through the desert, and nearby Zion National Park. You should also keep an eye out for the fossilized footprints of dinosaurs, which are scattered throughout Southern Utah.
Nothing beats sleeping under the stars in a US national park, and there’s no more luxurious way to do it than at Under Canvas Zion. These spacious, robust tents come with double beds, private bathrooms and stylish leather butterfly chairs. As a guest, you’ll also get daily housekeeping, breakfast and complimentary camp activities such as yoga. After a day of hiking, rock climbing or horseback riding, return to camp for s‘mores beneath the sky.
For glamping with a difference, Zion’s Tiny Getaway RVs offer a unique, self-contained experience – a luxury hotel room on wheels. These fully equipped vans are deceptively spacious and come with air conditioning, warm showers, a full kitchen and a fire pit, with each unit offering uninterrupted views of the magnificent mountains. With various sizes available, you can holiday with family or friends, and the location is perfect for exploring the desert on two wheels, on horseback or off-road.
Sandy Hollow Resort offers first-rate amenities for thrillseekers, and a comfortable place to lay your head. With a prime position close to the Sand Hollow Reservoir, the Sand Mountain dunes and Zion National Park, there are plenty of activities available, including boating, motorsports, biking and hiking. The hotel’s championship golf course is also ranked number one in Utah, should you prefer to have a game on the green.
It might look standard from the outside, but once inside, you’ll discover that the Inn on the Cliff has been designed to blend in with its natural surroundings. Contemporary rooms come with huge windows offering panoramic views of the dramatic scenery, while a continental breakfast delivered to your door makes it easy to prepare for the day ahead. Cocktails on the outdoor terrace, complete with valley views, are a must on a sunny evening.
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This Springdale hotel has been smartly designed to match the terracotta backdrop. Apartments, with natural materials and earth tones, are spread out, so you have plenty of privacy – even around the generous heated outdoor pool and whirlpool. At the rear of the lodge, there’s a small, sandy beach on the banks of the river – a great spot for a barbecue, with picnic tables and a gas grill for guests’ use.
Relax amid lush desert foliage and breathtaking canyon views at this swish, contemporary hotel. Rooms and suites are fresh, modern and atypically urban-feeling, with backlit headboards, mid-century furniture and not a framed print of nature in sight. It more than makes up for it, however, with a private patio or balcony for everyone, a large outdoor pool, lawn games and a campfire to tell tales around after dark.
As the name suggests, the 72-room Majestic View Lodge overlooks the jawdropping sandstone cliffs that define Southern Utah. It’s not short on rustic charm, with a lobby chock-full of brown leather furniture and taxidermied animals – including grizzly bears. Thankfully, there are no stuffed creatures in the guest rooms, but there is a more softly rustic vibe, with french doors leading to balconies and patios that overlook the desert landscape.
Just as cute as it sounds, the Bumbleberry Inn is a family-friendly property, complete with a petting zoo and free shuttle to Zion National Park. Situated in the middle of the desert with no light pollution, the sky gets pitch-black at night, so a good sleep is guaranteed. You can also enjoy the spa, outdoor hot tub, a pool and a games room, and although breakfast is not served on-site, guests get vouchers to choose their own at the town’s popular Wildcat Willies restaurant.