IVINS — In a time where we all must come together, Red Mountain Resort is committed to doing its part to slow the community spread of this virus for guests, team members and their families. Working with the most up-to-date information available from the CDC and the Utah Department of Health’s recommendations and mandates, they have made the difficult decision to temporarily close Red Mountain Resort, effective March 22.
“We currently project to re-open on May 1, if it is safe and responsible to do so. As this is a fluid and rapidly evolving situation, we will keep you updated on our resort operations through emails and updates on our website,” Red Mountain Resort owners stated in a press release.
“We sincerely apologize to our guests who are currently at the resort, as well as those who were looking forward to adventures at the Red Mountain in the coming weeks. Please do not be concerned about calling to cancel your reservations, as this will be taken care of automatically for those with arrival dates between March 22 and April 30.”
They will cancel your reservation and any spa, adventure and wellness experiences that you may have pre-arranged. They will reach out to you to re-schedule your stay at a later date or arrange for a full refund of your deposit.
“We understand that you may have questions and ask that you contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 800-407-3002. We appreciate your patience as we address your concerns and navigate these extraordinary times.”
As the world faces unprecedented times, the need to prioritize our well-being is paramount for all. Please trust that when the time is right, the Red Mountain team will be ready to welcome you for adventure and restoration in the beautiful red rocks of Southwestern Utah.