Enjoy Nature’s Paradise At Sedona Resorts

Most of Arizona is known for adventure travel, hiking through canyons and back country, battling the heat and camping under the stars. . Sedona, on the other hand, has always been focused more on glamping and wellness. Though Sedona has plenty to offer in the way of nature, it has some of the best resort retreats in the state. Yes, you can still hike, go on horseback rides, or even take in some skiing, but the best part of Sedona is the stunning sunrises on red rocks that surround the town and the ultra laid-back vibe that caters to an entirely different clientele.

Just an hour southwest of Flagstaff, Sedona is tucked between 2 state parts and a national forest. It is close enough to major transportation hubs, while being far enough away to give the feeling of true escape. When you really want to recharge, rent a room at one of these resorts and Enjoy!

L’Auberge de Sedona


Offering cottages, suites, and English country inspired rooms, this home away from home includes breathtaking scenery, concierge service, and romantic creek-side dinners.

Grand canyon at sunrise with river Colorado

Enchantment Resort

Nestled in Boynton Canyon, this collection of adobe suites offers spa, fitness, golf and tennis on site. The rooms are outfitted with kiva fireplaces and oversized soaking tubs, as well as several indoor and outdoor pools on the property.

Amara Resort and Spa

This resort offers a full service spa, yoga classes, and a free shuttle to town. The rooms themselves offer a warm color scheme reflective of the local flora and fauna, including headboards fashioned from the planks of fallen trees. The welcoming staff can recommend hiking spots and local sight seeing adventures, and the SaltRock Southwest Kitchen offers not only local fare, but famous margaritas to round out your experience.

The staff are warm and welcoming and all too happy to recommend local hikes and sights. Even if you don’t stay, stop by for a margarita in their SaltRock Southwest Kitchen.