Our tours help you experience the raw beauty of some of our country’s most spectacular national parks. But that doesn’t mean you’ll be roughing it along the way.
Depending on the tour you choose and your destination, you may have the chance to stay at one of our luxurious five-star lodging partners. From the alpine feel of the Four Seasons in Jackson Hole. To the desert paradise at Amangiri Resort in Canyon City. Wherever you go, you’ll enjoy the ultimate in luxury, comfort, and style. Kick-back, relax, and unwind after a long day of exploring national parks. Keep reading to get a taste of what’s waiting for you during your stay at our premier partner accommodations.
Amangani Resort, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
In the language of the Shoshone Indian tribe, “Amangani” means “Peaceful Home.” You’ll quickly learn why once you arrive. Located at the base of the Teton Mountains, this resort is surrounded by stunning natural views all year long. In the winter, the valley is blanketed in bright white snow. In the summer, it comes alive in vibrant shades of green.
The Amangani Resort is stylish and contemporary. Accented with wood and stone, the resort’s design is inspired by the mountains and forests that surround it. You’ll also enjoy a touch of the Old West, with a woven cowhide chair here and faux-fur rug there. Oversized picture windows ensure that nothing stands between you and the stunning wilderness you’ve come to see.
If jet-lag has you feeling tired or hiking has left you with sore muscles, a Jackson Hole Spa Experience is just the solution. With four treatment rooms, his-and-hers steam rooms, and a variety of rejuvenating treatments, the ultimate in luxurious relaxation awaits.
Whether you spent your morning braving the rush of a class III whitewater adventure or hiking the trails of Grand Teton National Park, a night or two at the Amangani Resort is the perfect place to recover and reflect on an incredible day.
Four Seasons, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Another luxurious option during your visit to Jackson Hole is the Four Seasons. Here you’ll find the perfect mix of rustic charm and luxurious accommodations. The resort’s peaked roofs mirror the jagged tops of the Grand Teton Mountain Range that surrounds it.
Natural wood accents and muted colors lend a gentle, tranquil atmosphere to the rooms. Endless windows welcome in light and offer stunning views. In the winter, you’ll be able to see ski slopes from your window. In the summer you can hike into the woods right from the resort.
With three restaurants on-site, you’ll have plenty of options if hunger strikes. A full-service spa beckons with luxurious treatments, while a ropes course offers a touch of excitement during your stay.
Stein Eriksen Lodge, Park City, Utah
If your tour takes you to Park City, Utah, you might just have the chance to stay at this unique resort. A classic European ski lodge nestled in the mountains of Park City, Utah, the Stein Eriksen Lodge brings together Old World charm with luxurious modern accommodations. From crackling fireplaces to the wood-accented ceilings, you’ll enjoy a rustic alpine atmosphere year-round.
The on-site spa features hot and cold plunge baths, saunas and steam rooms, as well as a range of treatment options. Outside, you’ll find a family-friendly pool and hot tub area that’s perfect for lounging around after a day of exploring.
Waldorf Astoria, Park City, Utah
When you book one of our Mighty 5® Small Group Tours, you’ll start and end your trip at the incredible Waldorf Astoria in Park City, Utah. With a ski lodge feel, this resort is modern and bright throughout.
Located in Canyons Village, you’re minutes away from Park City’s Historic Main Street, where you’ll find shops, art galleries, restaurants, and more. Whether you want to extend your trip with skiing at Park City Resort, the largest ski resort in the country, or combat your first-night jet lag with a visit to the spa, everything you need is just steps away.
In the evenings, head to the pool area for s-mores around the campfire. During the day, an oversized heated pool and hot tubs are centrally located for a quick dip.
Grand America, Salt Lake City, Utah
Taking a turn from the ski resort lodges on this list, Grand America offers the ultimate in modern luxury accommodations in the heart of Salt Lake City. From white marble bathtubs to floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the city stretching out below, this hotel is a great way to experience Salt Lake City for the first time–or the hundredth!
Indoor and outdoor pools, family-oriented amenity packages, and decadent dining are all located right on-site, so you won’t have to leave the resort to find anything you need.
Amangiri Resort, Canyon Point, Utah
Where the Amangani Resort is a picture-perfect ski lodge at the base of the Grand Teton Mountain Range, the Amangiri Resort is a modern oasis set in a rocky desert. Another stop on our Wonders of the West tours, the beauty of this resort is the perfect way to end a day of sightseeing in the Grand Canyon.
“Amangiri” means “peaceful mountain.” The resort is situated on 600 acres in Southern Utah, near the border to Arizona. It offers sweeping views of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in the distance. The resort’s crown jewel is its pool, an expanse of turquoise water surrounded by the rocky natural landscape. In fact, the entire resort is designed to blend seamlessly with the desert around it, both inside and out.
Amangiri Resort’s spa is a destination all its own. Enjoy five treatment rooms and two outdoor treatment terraces. There’s also a water pavilion complete with a plunge pool, a heated step-pool, and a steam room. You can even enjoy a relaxing float with a private relaxation area.
Waldorf Astoria, Las Vegas, Nevada
Enjoy the famous Strip from far above it all at the Waldorf Astoria. Centrally located in the heart of Las Vegas, the modern amenities and luxurious accommodations are the perfect balance to the city that never sleeps. In fact, a visit to Las Vegas is a great way to frame your trip to the great outdoors. Spend an evening among towering high-rise casinos before you head into the desert to marvel at towering rock formations.
Each of the Waldorf Astoria’s rooms features sweeping views of the city below. Stop by the spa for a treatment to recover after your trip. Or dine in style at one of several restaurants, including Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, located on the 23rd floor with views of the Las Vegas Strip.