We love finding special places. More than ever during the Pandemic we look for places where we feel safe and where we can catch up with ourselves, our loved ones, and connect to something larger than ourselves, lower our anxiety. Imagine spending a vacation ensconced in the tranquility and restorative solitude of the Southwest.
That is what Lazalu offers. Thanks to its superb location, booking a stay at Lazalu means you’ll be right next door to Zion National Park. Here you’ll find the secluded accommodation you need to slow down, unwind and reconnect.
If you adventure, Lazalu gives you a glamping experience like no other. You can backpack, hike, bike, climb, or explore Zion’s majestic canyons while having a rustic/elegant lodging to return to each evening. This private retreat provides the comforts of home while immersing you in wilderness.
The Incredible Secluded Location To Refresh
Traveling to Lazalu couldn’t be simpler. It’s a 2+hour drive from Las Vegas, or the property manager can organize a helicopter from Vegas to your bedroom in only 40 minutes. Flying form LA or San Francisco to St. George takes an hour. You could have breakfast at home on the coast and lunch at Lazalu.
The Remarkable Private Lodging
The best thing about Lazalu is the combination of a serene atmosphere with the beauty of nature. At Lazalu’s secluded retreat, you’ll get to focus on yourself, your partner, or family.
The Adobe Suite is an elegant and private building made for romance. It is well-appointed with understated charm and a queen bed, a walk-in private shower and bathroom.
The Zion Guest House comes furnished with a queen-size bed in the front room and two trundle beds in the back room. A family, or six friends, can comfortably stay here. There is a river-stone patio to entice you outdoors to gaze at the magnificent red cliffs or the brilliant night sky with stars so close you could swim through them. Make your reservations at Lazalu, Zion’s premier off-grid retreat and enjoy a memorable stay in the backcountry of Zion National Park.
The shared kitchen and gathering place is next to the rental houses. It has all you need to prepare meals, and if there is an extra pot needed, the host has a full kitchen to borrow from. An antique wooden farm table and a hearty wood stove add a rustic charm to the modern kitchen.