Sedona Journals

A Week in Sedona

A March 2001 trip to Sedona by PStreet1

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Quote: We spent a week in Sedona and did a side trip to the Grand Canyon; even with a week, you'll have to work to get everything in.

A Week in Sedona

Overview

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1. a trip out to the Indian ruins which are not a part of any national park is a must. 2. watching the sunset from the top of airport mesa. 3. definitely go see the Grand Canyon 4. eat at the Javalina Cantina 5. see the Chapel of the Holy Cross 6. find and experience at least one vortex 7. walk among the red rocks--there are walks for the athletically challenged and hikes for all.Quick Tips: If you are looking for the best view in town, stay at the Sky View Lodge on top of airport mesa. Be sure to ask for one of the rooms which overhangs the canyon (there are 8 I think); you can watch the sunset from your deck. Dine at Javalina Cantina or El Rincon and e...Read More

Sky Ranch Lodge

Hotel | "Sky View Lodge"

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Rooms are nicely appointed with refrigerators, stoves, microwaves and coffee pots. Each room has sliding glass doors out to a private patio or deck; some have fireplaces. There are about 8 rooms that have decks which are literally at the mesa edge and they provide the best views in Sedona. In fact, this mesa is one of the spots locals come to view the sunset; from the rooms looking west, you have the same unbeatable view right from your own deck. (There is also a vortex right on the road on the way up to the motel.) There is also a pool and spa. It is one of Sedona''s best kept lodging secrets.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on May 11, 2001

Sky Ranch Lodge
1105 Airport Rd
Sedona, Arizona 86336
(928) 282-6400

Sedona Summit Resort

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Hotel | "Sedona Summit"

Sedona Summit Resort Photo, Sedona, Arizona
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This lodge is located just out of town and provides a secluded retreat from the crowds of Sedona itself. It is so quiet that we awoke to birds chirping each morning. The spacious, well furnished and decorated units provide a touch of luxury with a large living room with fireplace, entertainment center with VCR and CD player in addition to the t.v. and access to a completely private balcony. The very large bathroom has a jacuzzi for two, as well as a large separate shower, and double sinks. The bedroom also contains an entertainment center. The kitchen is generously sized and fully appointed. We stayed in a two bedroom unit. The second bedroom was actually a lockoff with its own entrance, patio,...Read More

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on May 11, 2001

Sedona Summit Resort
4055 Navoti Drive
Sedona, Arizona 86336
928-204-3100