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June 19, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Enchantment Resort in Sedona, Arizona

The enthralling natural beauty of Arizona's Red Rocks sets the backdrop for an exceptional Southwestern vacation destination: welcome to Enchantment Resort! Sprawled across 70 acres of pristine, panoramic natural terrain, this Preferred Hotels & Resorts property, part of the Preferred Hotel Group, welcomes guests to experience the captivating character of nature as well as the exclusive indulgences of five-star luxury. Taking cues and hues from the surrounding natural wonders of Boynton Canyon, and the world-famous Grand Canyon, Enchantment Resort embraces the unspoiled attributes of the surrounding environment and boasts a resort like no other. The hacienda-style layout of the resort offers a variety of versatile accommodations from cozy Casitas to impressive Casas, each outfitted with charming Spanish and Native American-style embellishments befitting of the desert locale.

Each day at Enchantment Resort is teeming with possibilities. Each of the resort's acclaimed eateries takes advantage of the breathtaking views, while alternately offering indoor seating that ranges from cool and casual at Tii Gavo to the simple, sophisticated atmosphere of Che-Ah-Chi. The region's revered indigenous culture comes alive with Enchantment's Native American Program: a compilation of activities and events that will thrill every enthusiast. The ultimate guest experience does not end there; guests of Enchantment have full access to Mii Amo—the resort's world class, award-winning destination spa. Honoring rejuvenation and self-discovery, Mii Amo employs the age-old techniques and treatments of the region and local culture to begin each guest on their own journey of transformation. For those who prefer indulging in the simple pleasures, hiking, biking, swimming, and much more await amidst the Red Rocks.

Location of Enchantment Resort

Enchantment Resort
525 Boynton Canyon Road
86336
Sedona, Arizona

Nearest Airport: PHX

Amenities for Enchantment Resort

  • General Information
  • 220 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • 3 Restaurants
  • Room Service
  • Healthy Cuisine
  • Juice Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Fitness Center
  • Wellness Center
  • Boutique
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Tennis Courts
  • Outdoor Whirlpool
  • Putting Green
  • Lap Pool
  • Complimentary High-Speed Internet Access
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Bathrobes
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Private Decks
  • Activities
  • Croquet
  • Cultural Classes
  • Hiking
  • Tennis
  • Wine Tasting
  • Stargazing
  • Tai Chi
  • Yoga
  • Fitness Classes
  • Art Classes
  • Table Tennis
  • Bocce Ball
  • Business
  • Business Services
  • Family
  • Children's Programs
  • Kids Club
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Golf
  • Parks
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Family
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Enchantment Resort

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

let's be clear. room services and spa. that's it. the only thing that i didn't enjoy is what is the nicest part of this place. it's too far away from everything! the restaurant there is mediocre. just overpriced and wait is too long. the staff pretends to care but they are in rush to serve the next customer. overall, the rooms are immaculate. perfectly clean, many amenities. the room service is top notch.

davidpark101 - Tucson, Arizona


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

The resort fit our needs, but might not be for everyone. We had a girls weekend, where we went out in our rental car every morning, hiked in stunning scenery, then had lunch in town, checked out the touristy shops, returned to the resort and hit the pool for R&R and margaritas! There wasn't much going on in the evening, and 'town' was a 4 mile drive, so if you wanted to dine elsewhere you had to drive. We weren't into night life (if there is any in Sedona..) so this worked for us. Good Stuff: we had casita #330, great balcony with view , out front even better view, big room, great bathroom. Agree with others re: housekeeping disconnect w front desk-we were 3 and when we checked in there were only 2 robes, 2 coffees, 2 wine glasses etc, however a call to room service cleared all that up. We bought a cooler at Safeway on the drive from Phoenix airport and kept some fruit and drinks in the room w ice.Concierge were helpful w hiking info, the LOCATION is stunning, the SPA is AMAZING and you can use it all day even if you dont book a treatment, FOOD was fantastic. Bad Stuff: wifi is terrible, but its not the hotel's fault, the canyon has poor reception; the steep walk to our casita would be too hard for some people. Overall, definitely recommend this resort for the stunning location for a relaxing retreat.

Boomerang409 - Vancouver, Canada


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Beautiful surroundings, excellent service, food and spa. I've been to Canyon Ranch for several thousand dollars more than The Enchantment, and didn't get anything better for it. The people who work there are all in a good mood (and you will be, too, in Sedona, it's so beautiful) and they can not do enough for you.

David G - Los Angeles, California


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

The resort is beautifully located on the outskirts of Sedona nestled between red rocks. The rooms are nice and appropriately priced for their respective amenities and age. The staff was attentive throughout the resort. The pool is ample size and overlooks the red rocks. There is a plenty to do in and around the resort, tennis, spa, chip and putt course, etc. There are, however, several things that need improvement. There seems to be a disconnect between housekeeping and the resort management. We did the express check-in at 8am on day of arrival and selected 1pm as arrival time. We arrived at 1pm and did not get into our room until after 4pm. It was frustrating given that we pre-selected an arrival time and they still could not make arrangements to get us into our room earlier than 4pm. To the resort's credit, they say the check in time is 4pm. The disconnect between housekeeping and management continued on a daily basis. After spending the day in the sun and doing activities, it is expected to come back to the resort and have a clean room, this was not the case. We stayed 3 nights and 4 days and not one day was our room cleaned while we were gone and everyday we had to call around 4pm to get the room cleaned. Wifi in the rooms needs improvement, you cannot stay connected for more than 20 minutes before you get dropped for 20 minutes. It's an agonizing process when you are trying to maximize time on the internet. A resort of this caliber needs better IT infrastructure.

Cassidy C - Louisville, Kentucky


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

Howard Roach, the protagonist of the Fountainhead, would fall over dead in disbelief at the wasted opportunity that Enchantment Resort represents. The location is beyond fantastic, but the "resort" itself is extraordinarily poorly conceived and laid out. To me, it felt like a bunch of buildings set inside a large parking lot. How much more magical this place would be if Americans didn't have to drive to their hotel door. The view from our unit was of a parking lot barely hidden by a stand of trees, a common situation at Enchantment. This made the tiny balcony a useless decoration. The facilities and staff suffer in quality because guests rave about the location. Our room itself was satisfactory, but not a statement in luxury or five star level (or four) by any means. The bathroom did not have a waste paper basket, so we had to move the one from the main room each day (the stubborn maid kept moving it back). Lighting in the room was insufficient, perhaps to hide its blemishes. My wife's feedback regarding her spa treatment was negative. She simply could not believe that this was listed as the top destination spa in the US. Guest staying at the spa, however, report better a better experience. Her advice was that management should recruit some more capable personnel from the Beverly Spa in LA. Moving on, I made golf reservations at the wonderful course, Seven Canyons Golf Club, now managed by Enchantment at the concierge desk, where two incompetent women attempted to provide service. When I arrived at the clubhouse, I learned that I in fact did not have a reservation. Fortunately it was a weekday, so playing around was not a problem. The people at the concierge desk also failed to inform me that the major construction was taking place at the course (they are adding single family homes and townhouses) nor did they recommend that I drive up to the hilltop behind the course for the FAMOUS view there. Great service! If you play golf, play here. The course is excellent, and the views are FANTASTIC. On checkout, the staff started to help a new arriving guest without telling me that I did not need to sign anything. I waited patiently, not wanting to interrupt the arriving guests for confirmation that an additional signature was unnecessary. We tried three restaurants, but that was frankly two too many. The flank steak at the main restaurant was inedible. The highly trained staff failed to note that I only ate one slice. My wife said her pasta was OK. Since she is a gourmet level cook, OK to her is very good to most people, so kudos on the pasta. The restaurant at the spa, however, was better, but we only had one lunch there and really could not dig deeper into the menu. Bottom line - buyer beware. For people with limited travel experience, the Enchantment Resort might well blow their minds simply because the location and mountains surrounding the hotel are so spectacular. The discerning traveller will be without doubt disappointed. I myself would not return for a second stay at Enchantment. I would recommend visitors to Sedona to stay here for a couple days, to enjoy the views, and then switch hotels. One tip - be sure to hike up to the Kachina Woman rock formation to view the sunrise. Access to the trail is located just behind the spa via your room card-key, and the hike is extremely easy. The changing light on Sedona's famous red rock hills and cliffs was spectacular, and we were lucky to enjoy the company of a group of mule deer just passing through. This hike is easily done independently - I would avoid the group activity the "resort" offers.

perowe - Tokyo, Japan


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