Looking for the best Sedona Resorts? We've put together a selection of the best resorts in Sedona plus Sedona Spa resorts for those who love pampering.
As a travel writer, I had the pleasure of visiting Sedona, Arizona and exploring the different resorts the area had to offer. Here's my review of three of the top resorts in Sedona.
Sedona is a small city in Arizona famous for its healing properties and has been called the “New Age Mecca” by locals. There are many reasons to visit Sedona, but if you are looking for an all-inclusive luxury spa resort vacation or getaway, then it is the place to be.
Sedona, has a lot to offer. There are many natural attractions such as the red rocks and the Oak Creek Canyon, rock formations and stunning landscapes
The area is full of natural beauty and breathtaking views, with mountains, red rocks, cacti and spectacular sunsets, trails to explore and waterfalls to enjoy. There are also many luxury resorts in Sedona that offer all-inclusive packages for you to enjoy your stay at luxury resorts that offer all-inclusive spa vacations and getaways.
These are our favorite resorts for the Sedona Area distinguished by exceptional levels of service, great locations, and outstanding facilities.
The Sedona area is home to only one resort, which is perfect for relaxing with family and friends.
The Spa resorts in the Sedona area offer a range of amenities and activities for guests to enjoy and many have packages available.
We will also offer some of the best Spa resorts as a comparison.
Best All Inclusieve Resorts in Sedona: L'Auberge de Sedona
Rating: 9/10 Recommended for: Couples or solo travelers looking for a luxurious, peaceful retreat.
Out of more than 80 properties in the Sedona area L'Auberge de Sedona is the only resort that lists as all-inclusive.
Location: Walking distance to Uptown Sedona. On 11 landscaped acres with gardens, decks, and private lawns. Close to Oak Creek Canyon river gorge.
Highlights: L'Auberge Restaurant has French inspired American cuisine and an extensive wine cellar, spa with shiatsu and Swedish massage, and a business center.
Rooms: have balconies or patios with views of the surrounding resort, gardens or Red Rocks, flat screen televisions.
Reviews: Guests love the outstanding creek side location and close to downtown. Quick to upgrade and with outstanding, friendly service, this one continually proves a winner. Chill out around the fireplace with the sound of a strumming guitar. Good value.
Video: L'Auberge de Sedona Revitalization at L'Apothecary Spa offers a personalized spa experience in nature.
Enchantment Resort is a secluded and serene resort located in Boynton Canyon. The resort's luxurious accommodations and stunning views of red rock formations make it an ideal location for a romantic getaway. The resort has a wide range of activities available, from hiking and mountain biking to tennis and golf. One of the highlights of my stay was the Mii amo spa, which offers a range of treatments and wellness programs. Dining options at Enchantment Resort are also top-notch, with several restaurants on-site that offer a variety of cuisine options. The only downside of Enchantment Resort is that it's a bit secluded, so getting around can be a challenge.
Rating: 8/10 Recommended for: Couples or solo travelers looking for a luxurious, secluded retreat with a focus on wellness.
Enchantment Resort provides an escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life. This eco-resort is a blissful oasis located in the Oak Creek Canyon, just outside of Sedona, Arizona. The resort's property encompasses a variety of natural wonders such as lush forests, rushing waterfalls, and red rock formations. It features over 10 miles of hiking trails and ancient Native American petroglyp
Best 5-star: Enchantment Resort
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Junipine Resort Junipine Resort is a more affordable option compared to the previous two resorts. The resort is located in a beautiful setting in Oak Creek Canyon, and offers spacious creek-side cabins with full kitchens, fireplaces, and private decks. The cabins are perfect for families or groups looking for a more relaxed, home-away-from-home type of vacation. The resort also has a restaurant on-site that offers a range of dining options. I particularly enjoyed the on-site hiking trails that are easily accessible from the resort. However, the resort is a bit older, and some of the cabin's furnishings could use an update.
Rating: 7/10 Recommended for: Families or groups looking for a more affordable, relaxed vacation in a beautiful natural setting.
Location: On Oak Creek, close to downtown Sedona.
Highlights: include swimming and fishing in Oak Creek, basketball, creekside lawn games, hiking as well as booking a host of nearby tours (such as jeep tour adventures) or an in-room massage.
Rooms: Condo style rooms that accommodate 2-8 people with big living spaces, full kitchens, wood burning fireplaces and outdoor viewing decks.
Reviews: Although only a three star, this one out rates some higher credentialed resorts in the reviews. Guests come back again and again to enjoy the nature and wonderful surroundings. One of the best places to stay at any rate, but starting at around $200+, this place is a steal.
Video: Junipine Resort in Sedona Az.
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Location: in Oak Creek, close to Bell Rock and Sedona Golf Resort.
Highlights: Full-service spa, pool, health club. Only 219 guestrooms so it's not too large.
Reviewers say suites are very spacious, service is good and concierge helpful. The short distance to attractions was also a plus.
Video: HIlton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock
The Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock is a family-friendly resort located in the heart of Sedona's Red Rocks. The resort is situated on 18 acres of land and offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains. The resort features 219 guest rooms and suites, each with its own private balcony or patio.
The rooms are well-appointed and offer modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, and coffee makers. The suites have separate living areas, some with fireplaces and jetted tubs. The decor is inspired by the natural surroundings, with warm tones and Southwestern accents.
The resort's dining options include The Grille at ShadowRock, which serves Southwestern-inspired cuisine, and the Blue Water Cafe, which offers lighter fare such as salads and sandwiches. There is also a lobby bar and a poolside bar and grill.
The resort has several on-site amenities, including a fitness center, outdoor heated pool, hot tub, and full-service spa. There are also tennis courts, a basketball court, and a children's playground. The resort's location provides easy access to hiking trails and other outdoor activities.
A family-friendly mid-range resort is golf, an outdoor pool, picnic areas and more in Oak Creek.
Reviews are good here with past guests liking the spacious rooms and reminding future guests that there is a resort fee per night here.
There are a few more resorts you can check out. Some have lower reviews or less on offer but they may have what you're looking for.
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The red rocks of Sedona, Arizona are located on the northeast side of Oak Creek Canyon and can be seen from many areas in town. The red rocks were formed millions of years ago when lava flowed over a porous sandstone layer containing iron oxide, which is known to rust brown when exposed to oxygen. The red rock formations are among some of the most recognized national tourist attractions in Sedona.There is a trail that winds through the Red Rock formations and can be seen during the day or night. There are a lot of cliff jumping opportunities at some of the red rock formations.
The best time to visit is between October and March, because there are very limited hours during the summer when it gets too hot and humid for comfort.The Oak Creek Canyon has many natural attractions like waterfalls, rock formations, wildlife and more. Boating on Oak Creek is also popular here with different options such as renting kayaks or paddle boards or taking a guided tour.
The city also offers plenty of unique shopping opportunities like art galleries, boutiques and antique stores. There are also many restaurants that offer a variety of cuisines from Mexican to Italian dishes so you can always find something new to try while on your stay!
According to Sedona.net, the most popular time to visit Sedona is in the spring, between March and May, when the weather is beautiful and perfect for outdoor exploration.
Uptown Sedona is busier and more touristy, with great restaurants and shopping. West Sedona is more local, with plenty of hotels and restaurants, and is closer to some of the best hiking trails.
Sedona is popular for its reputation as a spiritual Mecca and global power spot, drawing some of the world's most amazing healers, intuitives, and spiritual guides. Its beauty and history, including being regarded as sacred by its early inhabitants and visitors, also make it a popular destination.
Some of the top luxury resorts in Sedona include L'Auberge de Sedona, Enchantment Resort, Amara Resort & Spa, The Wilde Resort & Spa, and Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock.
The best place to stay in Sedona depends on your preferences. Uptown Sedona is great for its touristy vibe, while West Sedona is more local and closer to hiking trails. Luxury resorts like L'Auberge de Sedona and Enchantment Resort are also great options for a luxurious stay.
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