What is there to see from Phoenix to Sedona?

What is there to see from Phoenix to Sedona?

Among Sedona’s other prominent attractions are Bell Rock in the Village of Oak Creek, the Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village, and Red Rock State Park. For something more offbeat, consider taking a Sedona Jeep tour or finding the energy at Sedona’s famous vortexes.

Who owns L’Auberge Sedona?

DiamondRock Hospitality Co.
DiamondRock Acquires L’Auberge de Sedona, Orchards Inn Sedona for $97M. BETHESDA, MD—In an off-market transaction, DiamondRock Hospitality Co. has acquired two Arizona properties, L’Auberge de Sedona and Orchards Inn Sedona, for $97 million ($614,000 per key) from IMH Financial.

Is L’Auberge in Sedona open?

Welcome to L’Auberge de Sedona. We are open and accepting guests. L’Auberge’s spa, pool, fitness center and manicured grounds provide an idyllic and restorative backdrop for your stay.

Where is the l auberge in Sedona located?

L’Auberge de Sedona is a sprawling Sedona resort stunningly situated on the banks of Oak Creek. Browse our Interactive Resort Map to learn more about our property, culinary outlets, wedding and meeting venues, and more.

Which is the best hotel to stay at in Sedona?

Book 90 days in advance to stay in one of our luxury cottages and receive a complimentary L’Apothecary Spa treatment and a nourishing blending experience. Architectural Digest highlighted L’Auberge de Sedona calling out the property as the closest luxury resort when visiting the Grand Canyon.

What to see on a road trip from Phoenix to Sedona?

US-60 takes you through several cities, from Peoria to Surprise, however there is nothing very exciting to see. Hwy 74 on the other hand, meanders thorough some subtle mountains, while winding roads and wide open spaces showcase a forest of cacti. Wickenburg is a true western town, where the spurs have a job to do, and hats are not accessories.

Is the L apothecary in Sedona open to the public?

Out-of-the-ordinary offerings take place within our stunning natural surroundings—while more traditional services, like deep tissue massages, reflect nature by using organic products. Currently, L’Apothecary Spa is open only to guests of L’Auberge de Sedona as we have temporarily paused service to outside guests at this time.