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Sedona exists at an intersection of soul-nourishing wilderness and pampered luxury—where soaring red rock monoliths cradle an array of resorts, spas, art galleries and boutique wineries.
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Here are a few of our most popular Sedona resorts:

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    Hilton Sedona at Bell Rock

    Experience warm Southwestern hospitality in a cozy lodge ambiance during stays at this hotel has something for everyone.

  • With famous red rocks and a charming downtown, this hotel is located in one the country's most scenic destinations.

  • At our resort great attractions are right outside the door. Our hotel is two hours south of Grand Canyon National Park.

Things to do in Sedona, AZ

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    Sedona Red Rocks Jeep Adventure

    Roll along the base of the Sedona Red Rocks on this "not too rough" off-road Outback Adventure. Learn about the history, geology, and ecology of this magnificent land scenic and not too bumpy tour.
  • Sedona Air Tours Biplane

    Grand Canyon National Park Aerial Tour

    From Sedona, take a 1.5-hour aerial tour to Grand Canyon National Park. Fly along the South Rim to Oak Creek and past the San Francisco Peaks to the Little Colorado River.
  • Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village

    Stucco walls shielded behind green vines, cobblestone walkways, and elaborate arches make this a distinctive traditional Mexican village-style shopping experience. On Oak Creek, Sycamore shaded eateries, art galleries, 40+ boutique, and specialty shops make this a memorable destination for even the most reluctant shopper. Tlaquepaque (pronounced Tla-keh-pah-keh), means "best of everything" and that is truly the case in this unique, charming village. Here you can find everything from artisan blown glass, distinctive one of kind gifts, classical and modern art, photography, handmade weavings, leather goods, and clothing.

Family activities in Sedona, AZ

  • Ultimate Historic Jerome Tour

    When planning a vacation trip to Sedona, you'll want to take the Ultimate Historic Jerome Tour to experience Jerome and the Verde Valley. Jerome, a former copper mining town, is a highly popular destination to visit in Northern Arizona and makes for a fun little day trip. Travel from Sedona to Historic Jerome deemed the 'Largest Ghost Town in America' and one of 'America's Coolest Small Towns.' Ride in climate-controlled style as your knowledgeable guide regals you with the storied history of places Cottonwood nicknamed like 'The Bootleg Capital of Arizona."
  • Verde Canyon Railroad Adventure

    All aboard! Hop on the Verde Canyon Railroad for a 4-hour rail journey through the untouched and unspoiled Verde Valley. Once onboard, you will notice the meticulous restoration job where you'll be transported back in time where modern distractions take a holiday. Order a drink, settle into first-class seating, and relax as you enjoy an unobstructed view of Arizona's geological wonders, wildlife, and archaeological finds of the ancient Sinagua people who once lived in the area. Let Southwest Vacations book your Sedona vacation package, including flight and hotel.
  • Montezuma Castle National Monument

    In Campe Verde, AZ, well-preserved, pre-Colombian dwellings sit protected as Montezuma Castle National Monument. The Sinagua people built and occupied the dwelling between 1100 and 1425 AD, was a culture closely related to the Hohokam and similar indigenous groups to the Southwestern U.S. Sitting at five stories, with 45 to 60 rooms, the main structure was constructed over three centuries. Mistakenly named for the famous Aztec emperor, experts determined the dwelling had no connection to the Aztec civilization, and the inhabitants abandoned the site some 40 years before Montezuma was born. Visit this "prehistoric high rise apartment complex" for a memorable experience.

Nightlife and entertainment in Sedona, AZ

  • Fine dining

    Verdant pines, spectacular mountain rock outcroppings, under a cerulean canopy make Sedona one of the most beautiful areas in the Southwest. The food scene reflects the majestic beauty and diverse terrain. Upper Sonoran desert cuisines profile is on the rise due to creative cheffing and excellent restaurants. Local, organic, sustainable describe Elote Cafe and Chef Jeff Smedstad. Cowboy Club takes ingredients like prickly pear, bison, rattlesnake, and adobe to create what they call "high desert cuisine. The M Diamond Ranch pairs horseback sunset rides with a twist on old west meals on this working ranch for an experiential cowboy cookout.
  • Club/dancing

    Sedona nightlife is a little laid back with several pubs like Mooney's Irish Pub or the classic style sports bar PJ's Village Pub. For a night of drinks, food, live music, and dancing, look no further than Sound Bites Grill, Sedona's number one entertainment restaurant. Hop on over to Cliff Castle Casino's Dragonfly Nightclub for a variety of options depending on the nightly entertainment schedule you can dance, dance, dance, sit back and enjoy some comedy, or groove to live band. Get you where you want to be by booking a vacation package with Southwest Vacations.
  • Out on the town

    Families looking for fun, nightly entertainment can choose from a cowboy cookout at M Diamond Ranch under the night sky, venture out to do some Sedona stargazing on an astronomy tour, catch a movie, or attend Blazin' M Ranch Western Dinner Theater. More performing arts options are available at Emerson Theater Collaborative, watch the Parangello Players, look up local performers Tom & Shondra who entertain all around town, or view an art-house or indie flick at Mary D. Fisher Theater. Lastly, for a little gaming fun, there is the Cliff Castle Casino.

Sedona exists at an intersection of soul-nourishing wilderness and pampered luxury—where soaring red rock monoliths cradle an array of resorts, spas, art galleries and boutique wineries. Whether you are looking for a desert adventure or a getaway full of nothing but rest and relaxation, Sedona has just what you need. Book your Sedona, Arizona vacation package today.

Please note: flight service for Sedona vacations is into Phoenix.