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Cedar Breaks Lodge & Spa Hotel Review: Get hitched in Vegas and then cruise 2 1/2 hours north and hide away in the highest (9,700 feet) ski resort lodge in Utah. You won't find much by way of a big welcoming common area or lobby---instead, expect lots of solitude. The 118 spacious, comfortable guest rooms come packed with basics such as kitchenettes equipped with coffee makers, as well as luxurious extras like fireplaces and jetted tubs. While skiing is obviously a draw in this area, this isn't one of those functional lodgings made just for sleep. Spend a pampering day with a mud-mask or massage at the full-service Cedar Breaks day spa. The property also houses a large indoor pool and fireside Jacuzzi. There is even an espresso bar. For a big night out on the town, it's best to stay in. Dining and nightlife in Brian Head are severely limited. Instead, book a table at the on-site Double Black Diamond Steakhouse. Other dining options include Cedar Breaks Bar & Grill and Cedar Breaks Café.