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Sedona resorts guide
Sedona, Arizona, known as the spiritual twin of Ojai, California, is a beautiful town of mountains and amazing red sandstone formations. Located in the Verde Valley near Yavapai County, the red mountainsides will glow a brilliant hue of red during either sunset or sunrise. While camping is popular in Sedona, there are also many wonderful Sedona resorts that will fit the need of any tourist or local citizen. Here is a guide to some of the more popular Sedona resorts.
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A Sunset Chateau B&B – Luxury Boutique Hotel
The owners call this a boutique bed and breakfast, and it is surrounded by red mountains. In fact, between the beauty of the grounds surrounding A Sunset Chateau, and the breathtaking scenery beyond it, guests may not feel a need to wander very far to explore. Room prices are more than the average discount motel charges, but quite fair when considering the beauty and luxury surrounding the guests. Breakfast is served daily between eight and ten-thirty, and it features a scrumptious daily entree along with other continental breakfast features.
El Portal Sedona Hotel
This unique Sedona resort not only offers a spectacular backdrop for their guests, but their rooms are recreated, in a faithful manner, to resemble rooms from between 1900 and 1930. The only difference will be the modern plumbing, abundant hot water, and big-screen televisions. For a small extra charge, a gourmet breakfast will be served each morning. Rates vary, but the guest will want to check out all of the available specials before finalizing their booking, which they can do online. Not only are there a variety of tours available, including Grand Canyon tours, Fran Duda will take the visitor seeking enlightenment on a spiritual tour.
Those who do not plan to spend much time in their room may want to consider this resort that is tucked just inside a forest. Oak Creek fronts the lodging, and this means that ample swimming opportunities are nearby, and if the guests have packed fly-fishing gear, none of it will sit idle in their vehicle’s cargo space. There are fantastic hiking and biking trails as well as basketball courts. The Junipine Cafe serves a spectacular barbecue, as well as offering fresh seafood specials and a full-service bar. The resort also offers in-room massage therapy for those who have perhaps taken on too many of the outdoor activities that are offered.
Amara Resort & Spa
Guest can choose between guest houses or suites, and there are a myriad of activities. These would include hot-air balloon rides and wine tours. The Hundred Rox Restaurant offers amazing gourmet and organic dishes as well as live music, and the Amara was voted as one of the top-100 spas of America.
Sedona is a city of around 20,000 people living in harmony amid a mystical land. Visitors are always amazed at the openness of the residents and the small-town touch each business provides. While the Sedona resorts afford the visitor that same small-town touch, the professional service they provide is definitely suited to the big-time. The beautiful town of mountains and amazing Sedona resorts.