The Star of Sedona
What it is
A 70-acre retreat in eye-popping red rock country that’s laser-focused on pampering every guest in Southwest style.
What it isn't
Woo woo. Both Frankie and Grace would love it.
What we think
Enchanting is not a word to be thrown around lightly. Only certain people and places—Audrey Hepburn, Cinque Terre, and yes, Enchantment Resort—deserve the monicker. This former ranch has perfected many cures for whatever ails you. Feeling exhausted? Head to Mii amo Spa for a pinon body scrub (a.k.a. a head-to-toe refresh). Feeling meh? The indigenous dishes at Che Ah Chi—such as Campbell River salmon with barley yam risotto—are a restorative antidote. And of course, activities abound, but you may be hard pressed to leave your Casita Studio overlooking Boynton Canyon, with its beehive fireplace, exposed beam ceilings and private deck tailor-made for daydreams.
You're here because
You don’t do boredom. And here, the activities list is longer than your to-do list at work: comped thrills include naturalist-led nature walks, vision board making and guided Labyrinth meditations (okay, maybe that’s a Frankie-only thrill).
On the par 70 Seven Canyons golf course, you keep getting distracted. Not by bunkers or sand traps, but by the red sandstone towers that keep begging for a portrait in the distance. Enchanting, indeed.
Restaurants & Bars
Che-Ah-Chi - Contemporary American cuisine with hints of Southwest flavor
Tii Gavo - Southwestern
View 180 - Tapas-style
Mi Amo Cafe - Contemporary
15 minutes from Sedona Airport, set on a mesa overlooking town, or a 50 minute drive from Flagstaff Airport.