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September 8, 2004
The many restaurants on site, great property, nearby Tlaquepaque, the wonderful spa and expansive front lobby are some of the things that make this a great resort. The rooms themselves are much less impressive – that is unless you are lucky enough to stay in one of the two bedroom penthouses! We own a one bedroom Jerome suite. The rooms are adequate – comfortable, clean and a bit dark. The resort is currently renovating the rooms to bring in more light and add full kitchens. During our stay this July we still had the kitchenette with a small refrigerator and microwave. This meets our needs as we generally only have breakfast in the room and pack lunches when we go for hikes and then out to dinner at the many fabulous restaurants on site and in town.
Be sure to check out the specials that the restaurants on site have for guests - Holy Cow Night, Lotsa Pasta, San Carlos Fiesta night. A great way to try the food, get a feel for the restaurant at a good price. Then come back other times to enjoy your choice of the menu at these upscale restaurants.
We enjoyed the wine tasting class held on a Thursday evening. Great way to meet others staying at the resort and learn some new information about wine.
From journal Red Rocks of Sedona
by Toni F
March 22, 2004
The spacious one-bedroom unit has a king-size bed or two double beds in the bedroom with a pull-out sleeper sofa in the living area. The bathroom was nice and the resort supplied you with products from their spa (which I still order products from). The unit has a living room/dining room combination, patio or balcony and wet bar area with microwave and mini refrigerator. The unit was clean and well maintained. The patio or balcony either has a view of the breathtaking red rocks or a view of a beautiful courtyard almost always having some type of water feature. There are coin laundries located in each building.
There are two pools at this resort; one is more geared for children with activities just for them. The other pool is located off of the lobby and spa and is more geared for adults. There is a full service spa and bar area. Three restaurants are located on the property, with a variety of cuisine. There is also miniature golf at this resort.
This was a great change from the usual beach vacation, and we actually purchased a week at this resort just so we could return. If relaxation is on your list, you can definitely put this resort on your must-do list.
From journal Sedona Adventure
December 26, 2003
The resort is beautiful and our accommodations, although a little outdated, were very comfortable for the little time we spent in our room. There is a full service spa, exercise room, and heated pool for even the colder days in winter. We had one day in January that was over 80! We loved the trip so much we knew we wanted to come back again and again.
So in November, 2003 we went back to Sedona and Los Abrigados taking my in-laws with us for a well needed vacation! Our experience was just as over-whelming as our previous one in January and my in-laws just loved it too!! We took them to all the special spots we had been and at Chapel Rock, quite unexpectedly, I again had the same awe inspiring experience. We managed a trip to the Grand Canyon which was too wonderful for words. The colours, the size, the majesty just left us speechless, but I managed to take lots of pictures!
Again we had the same comfortable accommodations at Los Abrigados and had wonderful meals in each of their three restaurants. The trip was one we will talk about for years. Or at least until we go back again, which we have decided on already for next year. Care to join us?
From journal Los Abrigados, Sedona, Arizona
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
July 7, 2002
From journal Sedona and wider in Arizona
by Allison H
Fair Haven, New Jersey
April 3, 2006
From journal Scenic Sedona
Washington, District of Columbia
April 11, 2004
From journal Discovering Sedona and red rock.
Huntington Beach, California
June 29, 2003
From journal Red Rocks Revue
North Mankato, Minnesota
June 2, 2003
The resort has three wonderful restaurants, the food was great, and we found the bar and grill food to be priced quite reasonably. The other two were great but the portions were very large and we would have prefered splitting our dinners without the extra cost.
From journal Our Timeshare Experiences
September 23, 2004
From journal Red Rock Canyon Country
November 30, 2004
The resort setting has about 20 acres of wonderful Southwestern architecture. Relax by the creek and feed the ducks, play tennis on great courts, swim in a nice atmosphere (children have a separate pool), have a drink on the veranda (they should extend those food/drink hours), or get spoiled at the extensive spa on site. Stroll across the parking lot and explore the Talaquepacque shopping (upscale shops in a wonderful setting that are named after an old Mexican town). This timeshare's atmosphere just can't be beat! The one-bedroom unit (Jerome model) is my only minor complaint, as it needs more of a kitchen area and updating, but they are working on improving that. It was not a large unit, great two people and okay for three, but we were hardly ever there!
The following is a warning for bug-haters! In June there are bugs that resemble cockroaches EVERYWHERE. They are all around Sedona and come out in the evening. They are harmless, but annoying.
But I would live there if I could . . .
From journal Sedona-A desert oasis!!