a traveler from Travelocity.com
on March 30, 2008
My son and I stayed at this resort for a week and really enjoyed our visit. It's centrally located in Sedona and is adjacent to Tlaquepaque village, which has wonderful shopping and some restaurants. There are 2 restaurants at the resort as well.
The resort is a time-share property, and they do their best to solicit you to become an owner, but not in a terribly pushy way.
The rooms, which are suites, are clean, but could use updating. And the bed was really uncomfortable.
There are 2 computers in the lobby available for guest use, but they are old and not terribly fast. There is a salt-water pool and several outdoor areas for family use, such as miniature golf and chess.
The spa is great - I had a massage - Dolly is wonderful!, and a facial with Lee, who is great as well. The fitness facility is well outfitted and there are nice locker rooms adjacent.
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