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Great Luxury Adventure Hotels

More luxury hotels are opening in remote locations and catering to travelers in search of adventure.

Amangiri

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This month, there’s another reason to head to the desert: Amangiri (doubles from $805) is pioneering hotelier Adrian Zecha’s second property in the United States. On 600 acres in arid southern Utah, the 34-suite hideout epitomizes the austere-luxe trend, with polished concrete walls and timber-and-rawhide furniture that allows the mesas, limestone formations, and a monochromatic valley near Lake Powell to serve as window dressing for the less-is-more crowd. —Shane Mitchell

Great Luxury Adventure Hotels

Amangiri

This month, there’s another reason to head to the desert: Amangiri (doubles from $805) is pioneering hotelier Adrian Zecha’s second property in the United States. On 600 acres in arid southern Utah, the 34-suite hideout epitomizes the austere-luxe trend, with polished concrete walls and timber-and-rawhide furniture that allows the mesas, limestone formations, and a monochromatic valley near Lake Powell to serve as window dressing for the less-is-more crowd. —Shane Mitchell

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