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Heavenly Desserts in Sedona

by: Editor on 1/4/2016

Sedona does dessert right, with restaurants famous for their last courses and dessert-only shops popping up like cacti! Go to Sedona Cake Couture where cake is more than the best indulgence ever—it’s a lifestyle (and it looks good doing it!). Wildflower Bread Company is a laid back café and patisserie where you can satisfy your sweet tooth in more ways than you can imagine (pro tip: Make sure to pair it with one of their strong cups of java).

There’s a Coldstone Creamery in town if you’re in the mood for something chilly and familiar. At Sedona Memories Bakery Café, you can sit and indulge in every patisserie option imaginable. Judi’s Restaurant and Lounge is a classic Americana diner and surf and turf destination, but is also incredibly well known locally for their extensive dessert menu.

Hand decorated artisan donuts on wooden table, from above

Last Thing First!

You’re on vacation, so make the most of it! Every day, a complimentary breakfast buffet is available to guests, including your favorite sweet eats like waffles, muffins, croissants and more. Alternatively, you can go to Sedona Sweet Arts and discover what local baking wizards have whipped up.

Zainey’s Frozen Yogurt is a great way to beat the AZ heat, and the ChocolaTree is a must for that cacao fix. Try Black Cow Café for a morning pick-me-up, or Oh My Ganache! for a once in a lifetime dessert with all the trimmings.

Yoga in Sedona

by: Editor on 10/12/2015

It makes sense that yoga is so popular in Sedona. After all, with the natural beauty, laid back attitude, and nary a cold day in sight, it’s the perfect way to relax and reflect. There are also a number of places to practice in the area. Sedona & Cottonwood Hot Yoga is the best place to sweat out the stress. Sedona Yoga Shala offers a variety of yoga types, from gentle hatha to BootCamp style Vinyasa.

Head to Surya Sedona Yoga for an eclectic mix of styles, teachers, and a gorgeous studio setting. Dharma Vibration is home to Kundalini yoga—a style that must be tried and practitioners swear is one of the most peaceful and beautiful of styles. The Sedona Dahn Yoga Center is a local favorite that offers budget-friendly classes and an open schedule.

Exercising in gym

Say Om!

The 7 Centers Yoga Arts is one of the largest studios in the area, perfect for a last minute class signup. Sedona Massage and Yoga is the ideal place to cap off a practice with some pampering. CranioSacral Therapy of Sedona offers the benefits of physical yoga, but puts you in the hands of a professional.

Vortex Yoga Hiking in Sedona blends two favorite activities: Yoga and hiking, so you can bring your practice outdoors. Ask at the front desk for help with signing up, reservations, or personal recommendations on studios.

Summer Vacation

by: Editor on 5/28/2015

Summer VacationIt is time to start planning your summer vacation. School is officially out and before you know it, summer will be long gone. Sedona is the perfect getaway for your summer vacation. Located in the heart of Arizona, Sedona has beautiful views, fun atmosphere, plenty of things to do and is located within driving distance of just about anything in Arizona that may peak your interest.

Stick around for a day or two and explore the amazing red rock views with a hike or scenic drive. Take a jeep tour and see Sedona from a whole new perspective. Pink Jeep Tours is so much fun even the manliest of men will love riding around in a bright pink jeep! Take a day trip up to the Grand Canyon. Just a short drive North, you can be at the South rim looking into one of the most amazing views you will ever see. Head over to Montezuma Castle and see ancient ruins of the Sinagua Indians.

Book your Sedona hotel today before summer passes before your eyes. With villas located right along Oak Creek, you can relax after a long day of exploring to the trickle of the water as it flows by your window. We look forward to having you as our guest and hope to make your summer vacation even more enjoyable.

Sedona Tours

by: Editor on 10/6/2014

The beautiful red rocks of Sedona is a must see for visitors from all over the country. Here, in Sedona, there are a number of tours you can take of the area. Most tours visit the most popular tourist attractions as well as give you ample views of the beautiful red rocks that surround the area.

One of the most unique and popular tours in the area comes by one of the most fun looking modes of transportation, a bright pink Jeep. The Pink Jeep Tours is not only fun and exciting but attracts even the most manly of all visitors to the area, giving them a rugged off road experience. In addition to panoramic views and off roading, learn so much more about Native American history in the area, nature and local geology.

For a spectacular ‘over-view’ of the area, check out one of several helicopter tours. Recently, these tours have become increasingly more popular.  Offering red rock views like you have never seen before and a tour of the surrounding areas such as Oak Creek Canyon, this is the way to do a tour! With several tour options to choose from you can choose the tour that is just right for you.

Sedona Bluegrass Festival

by: Editor on 6/6/2014

Just as the summer begins, we like to kick it off in fine form and fashion. This week Sedona hosts its Eighth Annual Sedona Bluegrass Festival. If you haven’t experienced this incredible festival, you are missing out! Unlike most festivals, we don’t limit your fun to just the weekend. We like to extend the fun and excitement all week long.

Festivities kick off Tuesday afternoon and last all the way through the grand finale Sunday evening. With events like the Bluegrass Picnic BBQ, Community Jam Session, concerts  and even programs for the kids, a fun time is guaranteed!

Concerts last all day Saturday and Sunday beginning at noon and feature some of the best musicians Bluegrass music has to offer.

  • Ben Sollee
  • Darol Anger& The Furies
  • Peter Rowan
  • The Sonoran Dogs
  • Laurie Lewis
  • Tom Rozum

And music isn’t all you will find! Area restaurants have created a special a la carte menu of savory sandwiches, Hummus plate, fresh fruit and the like for you to enjoy throughout the festival. So, ou don’t have to love Bluegrass to have a great time. Grab your friends , family, lawn chairs and blankets and come enjoy a week of good music, food and fun. More details are available at the festival website.

Cool Off At Slide Rock

by: Editor on 5/17/2014

While the first day of summer has not officially arrived, schools are letting out and the temperatures are going up which signals summer has arrived. As you are planning your trip to Sedona and are checking out a few activities to explore during your stay, Slide Rock State Park should be at the top of your list. Located only 7 miles North of Sedona, Slide Rock State Park has been a popular destination during those hot summer months. Named as one of America’s Top 10 Best State Parks, it deserves every top rating that it receives. Aside from the beautiful red rocks that Sedona is known for, the scenery is not the only reason this destination attracts so many each year. The smooth red-sandstone water slide and the cooling swimming hole is what allows so many visitors to brave the summer heat. Bring an extra pair of jeans, shorts or your swim suit and enjoy the natural slip-n-slide. Be sure to bring a pair of river shoes to protect your feet. Slide Rock State Park is truly an Arizona treasure. A perfect place to cool off, have a picnic and enjoy time just relaxing. For directions or more information stop by the front desk and speak with one of our desk agents.