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Your next Business Meeting or Personal Getaway

By January 16, 2010 One Comment

I heard about the Red Mountain Spa in Ivins, Utah for many years but was skeptical about a spa vacation.  An invitation came my way and I decided to give Red Mountain a try.  From the moment I arrived and throughout the entire weekend I was thoroughly impressed by the entire experience!  The location is beautiful, excellent service, delicious meals, and a wide variety of fitness and wellness activities. The highlight of each day is a morning hike through Snow Canyon state park.  And although I am not a frequent spa goer, I have to mention the relaxing time spent in the dome shaped spa overlooking the red rocks of Snow Canyon.  The entire experience exceeded my expectations!

Guests at the resort from were from all across the country and they too were giving Red Mountain rave reviews. 

If you’re looking for a business meeting location or personal retreat to recharge for the new-year; consider Red Mountain Spa the second largest destination spa in the country.  Red Mountain serves as an excellent base for all sorts of adventures in southeastern Utah. Guests can stay in either stylish hotel-style rooms (renovated in 2006) or condo-like villas (my personal recommendation).  Amazing views, terrific staff, and on-site activities including fitness classes, special events, indoor and outdoor pools, guided hikes on nearby trails, and a terrific restaurant focused on healthy cuisine.

Whatever you’re personal or business travel needs, the professionals of Christopherson Business Travel are available to serve you.

www.redmountainspa.com

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Kathleen Roberts

Kathleen Roberts

Kathleen Roberts is the Vice President of Business Development and passionate about providing innovative solutions for corporate travel programs. She is a member of GBTA and Utah GBTA, as well as a Certified Travel Counselor (CTC) and Global Travel Professional (GTP). In addition to being a travel addict she finds joy in a good game of basketball. Connect with Kathleen on LinkedIn.

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