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- Private room
Welcome to Hyatt Residence Club Sedona, Piñon Pointe. We believe great resorts in Sedona should offer more than a good night's sleep, and we take pride in offering you the best of everything among resorts -- great restaurants, luxurious rooms and unparalleled service. We assure you the best stay among resorts in Sedona. Conveniently located in uptown Sedona, walking distance from the banks of the beautiful Oak Creek, and only an hour away from skiing at Flagstaff Snowbowl.
- Entire guest suite
We want you to have a wonderful, retreat-like stay in the Harmony Suite, so PLEASE read the full description and all house rules to make sure the spa suite is a good fit for you! We have a great location - walking distance to trails, the Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park, grocery stores, day spas and bodywork, shopping and restaurants. You have a private entrance to an upstairs suite with your own kitchen, bathroom, and terrace.
- Entire guest suite
Feel at home in the heart of Sedona, in walking distance to some of the best hiking trails. Our attached guesthouse/studio offers a private spacious deck, amazing Red Rock views and 24' saltwater pool (May-October).Enjoy a comfortable king bed, a kitchenette (mini fridge, microwave, induction cook top, coffeemaker and more) a flat screen smart TV (with Netflix), wood floors, attached bathroom with tub, black out blinds, a second (hot) outdoor shower, gas barbecue and a private entrance and yard!
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Your guide to Sedona
All About Sedona
It’s not easy to stand out in the Grand Canyon’s home state, but Sedona is a geological wonder in its own right. Outdoor enthusiasts come from all over the world to explore the area’s expansive buttes and deep canyons whose sandstone rocks are an unusual rusty red hue. In addition to Sedona’s spectacular natural skyline, the area’s other big draw is something that can’t be seen: Its energy vortexes, geomagnetic spirals that some people believe to be healing and invigorating. That gives Sedona a distinct New Age flavor. Expect to find plenty of crystal shops and day spas alongside art galleries and craft boutiques in the low-slung, Southwestern-style buildings around town.
How do I get around Sedona?
Sedona is a couple hours’ drive from two commercial airports, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport (AZA), both of which can be reached via direct flight from many parts of the United States. A small regional airport, Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG), is about a 45 minutes’ drive away. Rent a car at the airport — you will need it to explore the parks in the area. Many visitors pair a visit to Sedona with a trip to the Grand Canyon, about 100 miles north.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sedona?
Sedona’s weather isn’t quite as scorching as in other parts of the Southwest. Spring is one of the most popular times to visit, as temperatures range from the upper 60s to the 80s Fahrenheit. Summer highs are typically in the 90s — pack plenty of sunscreen — though monsoon rains and thunderstorms frequently pass through and cool things off. Autumn temperatures gradually dip back down to the 70s, and winter temperatures are typically in the 60s, with a rare dusting of snow. Pack a warm jacket for fall and winter trips, when evenings can get significantly colder.
What are the top things to do in Sedona?
Named for its unusual shape, this rock formation offers several ways to take in the views and the vibes — it’s also the site of one of the area’s energy vortexes. Bike or walk the easy trails at the base, or hike the moderate incline along the lower half of the rocks. If you feel like taking your hike to the next level, catch the ascending trail that leads all the way to the top of the spire. The trails are pet-friendly as long as your dog is on leash.
Of all the red rock formations in the area, this towering sandstone butte may appear on the greatest number of postcards in town. The famous rocks are situated near a 286-acre nature preserve that’s criss-crossed with trails for hiking and ATV tours. Only the most experienced climbers should attempt the steep, rugged trek to the top.
Oak Creek Vista
The drive along Arizona State Route 89A headed north from Sedona is one of the most scenic byways in the state, especially as you head up Oak Creek Canyon. The road’s switchbacks are intense, but your nerves will be soothed as soon as you reach the vista point and look out onto miles of red rock canyons and forests.