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With the red rocks and green shrubbery of Sedona as a backdrop, Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa is in an optimal location, because it’s also walking distance to the restaurants and shops of the downtown area. Between the Colorado Plateau and Thunder Mountain trailheads, which are a five-minute drive from the hotel, adventure seekers will find plenty of outdoor beauty to explore.
Reminiscent of a Mediterranean villa, opportunities to unwind abound at this property. Start your day off with a yoga class, and then head to the spa for a custom massage or facial. Of the spa, Fodor’s says, “Deepak Chopra chooses this simple and tranquil setting for his weeklong 'SynchroDestiny' workshop each year.” On warmer days, pull up a lounge chair and take a dip in the outdoor pool. In the evenings, grab a favorite glass of wine and chat with friends at one of the inviting fire pits.
Taste a savory side of Sedona when dining for breakfast, lunch or dinner at REDS Restaurant. Start the meal with a build-your-own flatbread, then try parmesan crusted-chicken and end with divine desserts. The lounge has an all-day menu ideal for satisfying late-night cravings.
As the sun casts pink and purple hues on the red rocks, head back to a guest room with a down duvet and rainfall showerhead. Some rooms also provide fireplaces and balconies.
Guests are responsible for a nightly resort fee of $19 (plus tax $21.44 total) that covers high-speed Internet access, bottled water in guest rooms (two per day), nightly turn-down service, complimentary breakfast in REDS for children under 12 (some restrictions may apply), one complimentary small plate in REDS Bar from 4pm to 6pm, Preferred golf green fees at Sedona Golf Resort & Oakcreek Country Club and more.
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