Hailey Bieber, Kylie Jenner, and More Celebrities Are Spending Summer Vacation at This Remote Desert Retreat

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There’s never a geotag because there doesn’t have to be: The stark Utah desert-scape, the minimalist concrete overhangs, rooms with wooden platform beds and floor to ceiling windows…they’re all unmistakable hallmarks of the Amangiri.

The five star resort in Canyon Point, Utah, has been an oasis for celebrities since opening in 1998. Case in point: over the past two weeks, Hailey Bieber, Justin Bieber, and Kylie Jenner have stayed there, using the impeccably designed property, as well as its stunning natural scenery, as the backdrop for many, many Instagram posts.

“Adventure time,” Jenner wrote on a recent series of pictures of her posing on the Amangiri’s crisp white recliners, surrounded by towering canyons. (On another similar post, she used the classic vacation caption: “be back soon.”) In both, she wears a body-con burnt orange dress, a perfect complement to the desert’s natural tones.

The Kardashian-Jenners are Amangiri superfans: Kim Kardashian celebrated her birthday there in 2017, and a year later, Kourtney Kardashian did the same. Just this May, it was reported that Kourtney, Scott, and their three children stayed there for a fun family vacation.

In late June, Justin and Hailey Bieber also enjoyed a luxurious getaway on its 600 acres. In one stunning shot, she stands in the crystalline pool, cowboy hat on, a vast concrete wall behind her. In another, she simply shared the view from her and Justin’s room: rolling hills dotted with shrubs and surrounded by a moody sky. “Went on a road trip,” she wrote. Last year, they spent a similar weekend at the Amangiri: a source told E! News in 2019 that the couple “ate amazing food and seemed to love everything about their stay.”

What’s so fantastic about this property? The raw concrete architecture, which effortlessly ebbs into the surrounding rocks and dunes, for one. But even the comfiest bed and most well-appointed room comes in second to its true attraction: nature itself.