Perched on a remote edge of Zion National Park in the wilds of Utah, Lazalu offers a unique perspective on the American Southwest: solitude, wilderness and hiking without crowds. It was a secluded artists’ retreat for 20 years but its owner, documentary filmmaker Robert Perkins, now welcomes guests. The elegant, rustic space consists of two separate houses that sleep eight guests in total, or six and two separately.
From the outside, the larger Guest House has a deeply earthy feel, as if hewn from the landscape and weathered by the winds. Interiors are open-plan with an abundance of natural light and a cool blend of industrial design and Southwest furnishings. An oversized marble bathtub takes center stage in the living room, with views through the huge main window (and adjacent cross-shaped window) across the desert floor to the mountains beyond.
Lazalu is a place to disappear into, to read and write poetry, to use as a base for exploring the stunning landscape of Zion National Park… or to simply stargaze.
Read more about this property in our Journal here.