Fabulous getaway in every way. The resort is an easy 30 minute drive through St. George to Ivins - the hotel shuttle picks you up at the airport. The resort is truly all-inclusive - varied activities included (or you can pay for excursions), the Canyon Breeze restaurant serves full buffet for breakfast and lunch and several dinner options every evening. Rooms are clean and quiet. The spa is top notch, two outdoor pools and an indoor pool, a fitness center and walking trails next to hammocks and firepits. Staff were great. Our trip was the last week of September - perfect weather. Splurge - it's worth it! Five stars all the way.
Property is beautiful, rooms are ok, clean and functional. I like that 2 charging stations are next to the bed unlike most places. Upon arrival absolutely NO orientation of the property given.. You are given a map, which is pretty much useless, especially if you have no sense of direction. Had it not been for an employee on a golf cart leading me to my room, I would still be searching for it today. When I tried to find the Labyrinth I asked another guest who had been there 3 days and she could not tell me, even though she had been there herself. The place is a bit of a maze. Best to bring your own bottled water for coffee, tea and drinking unless you are ok with tap water (with noticeable chlorine smell). I also brought my own Bullet to make smoothies and boiled eggs for breakfast. I read that breakfast/lunch is not that good and over priced. Found that to be true. There is a mini fridge but no plates, utensils or paper towels if you brought your own food. Basic classes are $35/each. Much more for hiking, biking and energy/spiritual healing sessions. You can buy a Power Pass for $50/day that can be used on the $35 classes only I had dinner first night, $68 including tip. Food was mediocre, needs improvement. The patio outside was lovely and breezy. Sadly, there is NO non alcoholic wine or beer options. I hope they rectify that, not everyone wants to include alcohol on a healthy getaway. I decided to eat the tuna and apple I brought for the second nights dinner and I’m glad I did. All in all it is a beautiful place with lots to offer. I did not hike with a group, but that seems to be the big attraction there. I simply went for a walk on my own and I took a few classes and I was happy with that.…
The Inn is located in St. George, an ideal location for hiking and outdoor activities. It is near several National Parks and provides great trail guides for all of its hiking activities. It serves healthy and appetizing foods. Dinner is better than breakfast, which could use a bit of an upgrade. Could be 5 stars if it spends some time beefing up and training its very young staff, but that is true of most post-Covid locations. Facilities and Rooms vary from good to exceptional. Only downside is the growth of St George, beyond the Inn's control, which threatens the views to the West.
I choose this place coming and going from a photography workshop on the Grand Canyon's north rim. So I stayed here when I flew into St. George (one night) and again when I returned from the Grand Canyon and had a flight home the next day. There was another place I considered in town but I prefer more laid back settings. It was heaven! I emailed my best girlfriend who, like me, enjoys an active lifestyle. In fact, I was a bit lonely enjoying this place all by myself and seeing a lot of women on the grounds and in the restaurant (and some couples) enjoying a girl trip together. I didn't have time to treat myself to the spa or to the hiking (I have been to Zion once before and did a lot there). For other activity/spa/workout/yoga/hiking enthusiasts, this is a perfect location. There's an outdoor pool with huge red rocks (mountains) as your view, as well as an indoor pool. Also a bicycle and outdoor shop with clothing, etc. I ate in the restaurant twice and had great meals and service. I'll review that separately. Also, the flight into St. George and picking up a rental car....easy peasy!…
I haven't taken a holiday in the US since before Covid and Red Mountain Resort was the first stop on a Utah road trip. I chose it for its world class location and because there are limited options for a high-end stay not too far from Zion National Park. It was OK but it didn't blow me away - the main issue being with the total lack of housekeeping. After a long day hiking the Narrows we returned to an unmade bed, damp towels and an overflowing rubbish bin, which was really dispiriting. I guess we're meant to excuse this on the basis of Covid or the green agenda but really it was just unforgiveable.
OMG!! I didnt want to leave. If you are looking for an inclusive high value vacation, look no further. The accommodations were great. Nothing too high fancy but i was only in the room to sleep so itnwas fine for me. The food was great, the staff super friendly and the tour guides... The TOUR GUIDES WERE AMAZING! Each were well versed in all things Utah and hiking with tons of knowledge. They were great to work with any fitness level. The highlight was the Zion Narrows, the Zion hike and the Ebike tour. The Alpine tour was also fantastic. This place is a win on so many levels and I will be back.
Once you come here , you will want to come back! Set in the scenery of beautiful Snow Canyon with many great adventures just waiting to be had! The accommodations are comfy and clean! The activities will keep you as relaxed or as busy as you will want to be with new adventures to be tried!! The food is healthy and delicious! You will absolutely love this place, it is a special treasure to me! I know you will enjoy you’re time here!
This property offers views of red hills and mountains. It is near Snow Canyon State Park, which is a lovely place to explore. Zion NP is only a one hour drive from here. They are a full service spa and offer various adventures including, biking, hiking, and canyoneering. Bike and hiking trails can be accessed directly from the resort. There is a restaurant on site offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Menus lean toward healthy eating. There are indoor and outdoor pools. Staff is friendly and competent.
A solo adventure is often touted as the way to travel if you want to find yourself. I hopped on a plane to Red Mountain Spa seeking enlightenment. An option not to be missed is the Zion hike. The connection to nature helped to awaken my senses and induced an inner calm. The climb was arduous, and the challenge of the hike resonated with my quest for adventure. Despite the inclement weather (cold and sometimes raining), the magnificence of this sanctuary is breathtaking. Make sure to get some photos to memorialize the picturesque landscape. Sandstone Spa has top notch treatments and aestheticians. I signed up for the Turquoise Sage and Salt Glow, Seasonal Pedi, Eyebrow Shape/tint, the Red Rock Hiker's Massage and the Intensive Age Defying Hydrating Facial. Massages are known to improve circulation, and to reduce stress. The relaxing sensation during the 80-minute massage felt transcendent (thank you Trevor) My villa in the Owl building was spacious and conveniently located across from the Wellness/Fitness Center. I did a variety of classes, including Core, Meditation, and MELT. MELT is a unique class which uses small balls to massage the pressure points of your feet and hands. It reduces muscular soreness, joint pain, and eases chronic neck and back pain. Breakfast and lunch are generic buffets, so I savored the dinner table service. I especially liked the salmon tacos, which are accompanied by black beans and Mexican street corn. The swordfish was served with arugula and three shrimp on top, accompanied by a baked potato. It was a culinary delight. I tried an Elk steak one night, which was plated with mashed yams, and green beans with bleu cheese. I'm a spa junkie, and I found Red Mountain Resort to be an ideal destination to escape your routine and to focus on self-care. The staff are all eager to make your stay enjoyable. The atmosphere is Zen. You can do as much or as little as you choose without judgment. As I reflect on my four days at the spa, I realize what a respite it was from cooking meals, and I can't remember before RMR when the last time was that I read in a hammock or lounged by the pool. My solo time at the spa gave me an opportunity for introspection and a fresh perspective to deal with life's challenges. Breathe, make time for yourself, and let your stay here be a pause from your routine. Namaste.…
Wife and I celebrated our 20th anniversary and loved every moment! The staff is wonderful and helped make all of the amenities more enjoyable. We loved hiking, hot tubbing and workouts all day long, followed by great spa treatments each night. We enjoyed the camaraderie with our fellow residents on hikes, exercise classes and eating meals in the restaurant. We liked that it was your option to do as much or little that you wanted in a unabashedly beautiful location! We’ll be back. Thank you Red Mountain Resort.