Results 1-10of 56 Reviews
Rosarito Beach, Mexico
May 11, 2001
From journal A Week in Sedona
Kansas City, Missouri
May 8, 2001
You can ride the Marriott shuttle to/from the airport - shuttles run on about a 15 minute cycle between the terminals and the 3 Marriott properties in CC. If you need a taxi, just walk next door to the Hyatt (cabs don''t line up outside the Courtyard, but they do outside the Hyatt).
Only downside to the Courtyard''s location is that there''s not much else within walking distance - except other hotel restaurants/bars. The Pentagon City mall is about 2 miles away.
From journal Northern Virginia
September 27, 2006
From journal Week in and Around Sedona, AZ
August 6, 2005
The resort staff was very helpful with helping us to book excursions. We took a raft ride down the Colorado River that was unbelievable, we went four-wheeling in the red rocks, and we went to the south side of the Grand Canyon.
From journal Week in Sedona, Arizona
March 30, 2004
From journal Sedona -- you have to see this place!
Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
February 5, 2004
We stayed at the Sedona Summit, an RCI timeshare. It was located on the south side of the city and was a huge complex. The rooms were very nice. We stayed in a one bedroom with a front room, dining area, small kitchen, nice size bedroom, and a huge bathroom with a Jacuzzi. There were basically no special features at the resort except you could rent a limited supply of videos. There weren't any resort activities (like parties or aerobics, etc.) and the pools were very moderate, but nothing special. I did not like the fact that the view from my patio door was the parking lot and two feet from my patio chair was my car. But then again, we did not spend much time in the resort. To see photos visit website.
From journal Red Rocks at Sedona Summit
April 11, 2003
Since there were several different hot tubs located throughout the resort, each building was near a hot tub. The pool was at the main lobby building (also the weight & game rooms and large gathering area). The main building also hosted several different activities such as the welcome breakfast and an Indian jewelry display/sale night. The staff were friendly and helpful and the concierge always willing to help with suggestions and/or reservations.
From journal Red Rock Sedona
February 18, 2003
From journal The Grand Canyon and Sedona
September 10, 2002
From journal Week in Sedona
Thousand Oaks, California
November 3, 2002
ANYWAY, SINCE IT WAS SO QUIET, THE ROAD NOISE BECAME MORE INTRUSIVE AND IT DISTURBED OUR SLEEP - PLUS THE VETICALS WERE BROKEN AND COULDN'T BE CLOSED ALL THE WAY - LIGHT CAME IN. WELL, AT ABOUT 4:30AM, I WENT DOWN TO THE FRONT DESK AND POLITELY SAID THIS WAS NOT ACCEPTABLE. SHE WAS VERY UNDERSTANDING ABOUT OUR SITUATION AND DILIGENTLY SCANNED THE COMPUTER FOR ANOTHER ROOM. SHE FOUND US ANOTHER ROOM - FROM THIS BALCONY, WE OVERLOOKED THE POOL AND COULD WATCH THE SUN SET AS WELL - NOW EVERYTHING WAS FINE (WHAT HAPPENED TO THE CHECK IN PERSON TELLING ME NOTHING WAS AVAILABLE???). I WAS TOLD THOUGH THAT THERE ARE NOT MANY ROOMS WITH VIEWS AND I WOULD BELIEVE THAT STATEMENT.
MAID SERVICE ONLY COMES ONCE A WEEK, UNLESS YOU REQUEST MORE SERVICE. THEY CHANGE LINENS, TAKE OUT THE TRASH, AND VACUUM - THAT'S IT. THERE ARE A COUPLE OF LAUNDRY ROOMS AROUND THE COMPLEX, BUT ONLY HAVE TWO WASHERS AND TWO DRYERS IN THEM. THEY ONLY CHARGE $.75 A WASH AND $.50 TO DRY (AND THE CLOTHES DRIED FOR THE $.50!). THE POOL ISN'T THAT LARGE, BUT I DOUBT IF THAT'S A PROBLEM AS MOST PEOPLE AREN'T THERE DURING THE DAY ANYWAY. ALL IN ALL, WE LIKED THE SUMMIT.
From journal THE RED ROCKS RETREAT