The brand’s first location ULUM Moab is close to the Looking Glass Arch in Moab, UT.
“ULUM introduces a higher level of comfort in nature, taking the very best of Under Canvas and adding refinements such as a contemporary view lobby, upscale residential design, dipping pools and an expansive food & beverage offering all in an exceptionally beautiful location south of Moab,” said Matt Gaghen, CEO, Under Canvas. “Our tenure and reputation as leaders in the outdoor resort space—with more than a decade of experience providing exceptional hospitality in remote environments—paired with heightened demand to explore amazing destinations like Moab, made it the perfect time for us to introduce a new concept that will inspire both existing and new guests alike.”
Integrated into 200 acres of desert landscape, the resort is enveloped within its own ecosystem—surrounded by 100-ft. cliffs on three sides and opening to expansive views of Canyonlands National Park. Steps from the property is Looking Glass Rock, a natural rock arch and focal point around which the property was designed. The new resort brand experience will offer all-suite, safari-inspired accommodation tents with the amenities of a luxury hotel including complimentary, wellness-focused programming. ULUM Moab provides access to Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park, hiking and biking trails, white water rafting and more.
Embracing the natural contours of the land, each of ULUM Moab’s guest suite tents—with a 360-sq.-ft. interior and a private 70-sq.-ft. deck—are intentionally integrated into the natural landscape for uninhibited views—featuring a bedroom with king-size bed and Parachute linens, custom-branded robes, bedside tables topped with lanterns, plus a lounge area with West Elm furnishings including a queen-size sofa-bed and lounge chairs. Guest tents will be equipped with evaporative cooling fans and wood stoves. A contemporary barn door slides open to reveal an ensuite bathroom with rain shower, polished concrete sink and plant-based Aesop bath products. Natural woods, woven rugs, and a Pendleton wool blanket highlight the use of organic materials throughout.