Red Rocks of Sedona

We own at this resort and live in the Phoenix area, so we make many trips up to Sedona throughout the year.


Los Abrigados

Member Rating 4 out of 5 by AZGAL on September 8, 2004

Best Things Nearby:
Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village Oak Creek

Best Things About the Resort:
Scenery. Great restaurants on site and variety of activities.

Resort Experience:
Unlike many of the other resorts in Sedona, Los Abrigados has been around for quite a while and has well established landscaping that adds much to the atmosphere. The two story Spanish architecture buildings that weave through the property along with fountains, ponds, sculptures provide beautiful and relaxing scenery. The red rocks in Sedona add to the impressive views.

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.

Los Abrigados Resort And Spa
160 Portal Lane
Sedona, Arizona, 86336
(928) 282-1777

Sedona Heritage Museum

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by AZGAL on September 8, 2004

Self-guided tour available in this museum located in an old apple orchard. Antiques, pictures, articles, and other information provides a picture of what it was like to be a pioneer in Sedona. Interesting afternoon.
Sedona Heritage Museum
735 Jordan Road
Sedona, Arizona, 86336
+1 928 282 7038

Shakespeare Sedona

Member Rating 4 out of 5 by AZGAL on September 8, 2004

Annual Shakespeare Sedona. This year ran from July 1- 16th. Performances under the stars at Tlaquepaque after the shops have all closed. We were not sure if we would enjoy a local production but it was great. We saw the two plays - Cardenio and Taming of the Shrew and enjoyed them both.

Seats are plastic lawn chairs and you need to make sure you get a seat up front or the back row which is raised! There is not too much to do in Sedona at night so this was wonderful!

Shakespeare Sedona
336 State Route 179
Sedona, Arizona, 85339
Info: +1 928 821 439

Red Rock Crossing

Member Rating 4 out of 5 by AZGAL on September 8, 2004

Best way to see the famous view of Cathedral Rock. Pay the $5 parking fee, follow the path to the creek and enjoy the view. The rocks are slippery and the water is cold. I like to have a seat and dangle my feet in the water in the summer and enjoy the scenery. Many kids and adults like to slide on the rocks and swim in the creek. We have been to this site in all seasons and always find it peaceful.
Red Rock Crossing/Crescent Moon Ranch Picnic Area
Upper Red Rock Loop Road & Verde Valley School Road
Sedona, Arizona, 86336
Sedona Ranger Distri

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