From an eco-focused cabin to a plush city hotel, Abra Dunsby cherry picks three stylish sleeps in northern Utah
Overlooking Bear Lake, this upscale camping resort offers accommodation for groups of friends, families and couples in the form of cute converted wagons or grand tents complete with wooden furniture, electric blankets and freestanding baths.
Nights are spent gathering around the campfire toasting s’mores under the stars or tucking into hearty meals at the Campfire Grill, while mornings can be spent enjoying on-site yoga or massages in the spa.
Prices start from $115pp for a traditional tent. conestogaranch.com
This smart downtown hotel was once a bank, so its exterior is suitably grand, while inside the decor is modern and eccentric, with bright colours throughout.
Bedrooms come with quirky touches such as ottomans and gilded mirrors, and clients can even request their own in-room goldfish to keep them company.
Next door, the hotel’s hip, critically acclaimed Bambara Restaurant is a popular hangout for both locals and visitors.
Prices start from $300pppn. monaco-saltlakecity.com
Founded by Robert Redford in 1969, this eco-friendly retreat is a haven for walkers, skiers and mountain bikers, as well as writers, directors and film-lovers thanks to its connection with the eponymous film festival.
Rustic, cosy cabins are kitted out with swish kitchens and fireplaces, while some have private outdoor hot tubs. Facilities include a zip-line, spa, and a lounge whose well-stocked bar was transported from the set of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Prices start from $218 per night. sundanceresort.com