From ski lodges in Park City to a desert wellspring in Big Water, the best boutique hotels in Utah pamper guests with luxe accommodations near Utah’s best attractions.
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The five best boutique hotels in Utah: from Park City to Salt Lake City
The Beehive State’s top boutique hotels are, not so coincidentally, near many of the most fun places to go in Utah — especially Utah’s national parks and monuments. And though spring and fall are the best times to visit Utah for the parks, these boutique hotels are fabulous destinations to visit all year long.
1. Washington School House Hotel: exclusive luxury with a Colonial American flair
For a private weekend getaway in Utah, the Washington School House is a tiny boutique hotel hidden in Park City’s beautiful Wasatch Mountains. Here, Colonial American and contemporary styles work together to create a unique atmosphere that feels homey yet unequivocally refined.
Park City, where most of the top boutique hotels in Utah are, is also one of the best ski towns in the United States, with a snowsports season lasting from November to March. Check in with a Utah travel advisor for intel on the best time to visit Park City, as some months see too much snowfall for safe travel.
2. Amangiri: the top boutique hotel in Utah’s deserts
Among the most unique places to stay in Utah, Amangiri is an oasis in an otherwise barren landscape. And yet, finding luxury and adventure at Amangiri is no difficult task. A destination in itself, Amangiri’s spas and pools offer a chance to recuperate from hiking in Zion National Park, trekking through the desert and more.
From afar, Amangiri looks rather unassuming. But a close inspection reveals a striking monolithic design and minimalist decor that permeates the resort’s relaxing atmosphere.
Amangiri is easily the top boutique hotel in Utah’s deserts, and staying here feels like vacationing in an art piece.
3. Stein Eriksen Lodge: a top ski resort in the United States
Stein Eriksen Lodge isn’t just one of the best places to stay in Park City, Utah — it’s often regarded as one of the top ski resorts in the world for its opulent accommodations and incredible location.
The lodge spares no expense in ensuring guests are well taken care of, offering an elite array of amenities and cozy rooms or suites.
4. Kimpton Hotel Monaco: the best boutique hotel in Salt Lake City
Looking for romantic getaways in Utah? The Kimpton Hotel Monaco in Salt Lake City is a premier option for a base camp. Stay in world-class accommodations while you eat, drink and explore Salt Lake City and the nearby national parks.
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5. The Chateaux Deer Valley: a luxurious ski resort for families
Owned and operated by the same group that runs Stein Eriksen Lodge, The Chateaux Deer Valley lives up to the luxurious standard of its sister resort, but places a larger emphasis on family accommodations. In fact, it’s one of the top family resorts in Utah, particularly for those interested in snow sports or exploring Utah’s alpine environments.
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