Celebrations & events at Amangiri

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The celebratory act of dancing has been a fundamental part of weddings and events since antiquity – a social pastime that spans generations, cultures and locations. Across the desert plains of Utah, Native American Hoop Dancing is one of the most famed expressions of this tradition, with the hoop serving as a symbol of the never-ending circle of life. At Amangiri, an ode to Navajo culture can be felt throughout the resort, where, overlooking the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, guests can bring a touch of Navajo heritage to any special occasion. 

Ideal for groups seeking complete seclusion, there is also the opportunity to celebrate on an exclusive basis. The resort can host up to 110 guests in utmost privacy, while for more intimate occasions, Camp Sarika can accommodate up to 30.

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Home for centuries to the native Navajo, the starkly beautiful landscape that serves as Amangiri’s backdrop has a scale and majesty that imbues weddings with a momentous sense of significance. Say your vows atop a mesa with the world spread at your feet then come back to earth via helicopter to celebrate beneath star-lit skies. Navajo rituals can be further incorporated into ceremonies and receptions, from the purifying act of smudging to private dining in historic locations across the Colorado Plateau. 

The iconic design of the resort itself also acts as a contemporary canvas for bringing one’s dream wedding to life, where effortless architecture seamlessly connects guests to Mother Nature and her dramatic surroundings. Whether hosting a small wedding.


Whether a special anniversary, milestone birthday or family reunion, Amangiri’s appeal for private celebrations is not just the beauty and privacy of its setting, its seamless service, and its superb cuisine. The resort also serves as a springboard for exploration of the area, with private hiking trails, canyoneering, Via Ferrata routes, boating, hot air ballooning, horseback riding and many other activities that can be tailored to accommodate larger groups of guests. Fireside storytelling and stargazing enable a deeper immersion in Native American culture, while expert archaeologists and paleontologists can share the region’s history, catering to guests of all ages for a truly unforgettable group experience. 



The venues at Amangiri

Dining Room & Patio

Located in the main pavilion, Amangiri’s main restaurant serves a daily changing menu of wilderness-inspired cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner from its open kitchen, as well as snacks and afternoon tea. Fresh Utah-sourced produce and locally raised meats are used to create rustic-but-refined rotisserie and fire-pit dishes, as well as an extensive array of vegetarian and vegan option. For intimate occasions, the dining room can seat a maximum 76 guests for a private family-style dinner or 110 guests standing for a welcome cocktail reception.

Fireside Pavilion

The Fireside Pavilion is a cozy open-air venue, ideal for cocktail parties or intimate receptions for up to 40 guests. Adjacent to the main swimming pool, a large fire pit sits at its hard, and by nightfall, the pavilion is starlit with clear skies above providing a unique desert atmosphere.

The Chinle Site

The word Chinle in Navajo means ‘the canyon where water flows.’ Located a short drive, hike or horse ride from the resort, the Chinle Site offers untouched setting in the wilderness, surrounded by towering canyons. Here, guests can enjoy an elevated BBQ-style menu along with Navajo storytelling and music, with space for 35 guests seated or 50 guests standing.

Saddle Landing

Saddle Landing is a secluded venue on property offering panoramic views of Navajo Mountain, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Lake Powell. It is a short drive away from the resort and can be set up for intimate ceremonies as well larger cocktail parties.

The venues at Camp Sarika

Dining Room & Patio

Located in the main pavilion, the Restaurant serves a daily changing menu of wilderness-inspired cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner from its open kitchen, as well as snacks and afternoon tea. With bespoke menus created for every occasion, the dining room creates a private dining space for up to 20 guests, where fresh Utah-sourced produce and locally raised meats are used to create a rustic-but-refined experience.

Pool Terrace

Against a dramatic backdrop of splendid buttes and mesas in a shifting palette of greys, pinks and oranges Camp Sarika’s main pool is the perfect location for a private dinner. Seating up to 40 guests, the space is transformed by night, where starry skies and the light of the moon create an altogether extraordinary atmosphere.

Raven’s Nest

A short hike or ride from Camp Sarika’s main pavilion, the Raven’s Nest is a private venue nestled within the Entrada sandstone. Overlooking Amangiri and Camp Sarika’s vast surroundings yet as if hidden in the desert floor, the intimate space has room for 20 guests for a spectacular seated dinner or can host up to 30 for a standing drinks reception.


Located across from Camp Sarika’s Main Pavilion, the Amphitheater is a natural rock alcove sitting at the bottom of a 600-feet high mesa. Offering a uniquely intimate space for pre-dinner cocktails, the space offers a unique and atmospheric setting for up to 30 guests.

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