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Enchantment Resort and Mii amo Spa
Sedona, ArizonaEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Enchantment Resort and Mii amo Spa
Few wellness-oriented getaways can compete with Enchantment, thanks to its secluded location in Arizona's red-rock Boynton Canyon and an award-winning on-site destination spa known for its mix of nature-based and ayurvedic treatments.
This Southwest-style resort, made of low-slung adobe casitas in central Arizona's Boynton Canyon, blends into the iconic red-rock cliffs of Sedona, a town known for its artsy, New Age vibe. Built in 1987 and set on 70 acres, Enchantment's 218 rooms and suites (fresh from a renovation in 2011) look out onto undulating canyon walls and green cottonwood trees, while neutral interiors are inspired by the surrounding terrain and are filled with accents that refer to local Native American culture (kiva fireplaces; area rugs inspired by traditional basket-weaving). Within Enchantment's grounds, but separate from the main complex—also home to several pools, six tennis courts, pitch-and-putt golf, and hiking trails—is the transformative Mii amo, a 24,000-square-foot destination spa.
Don't miss the daily guide-led hikes—which are complimentary for all guests and depart from Mii amo's lobby. The best options include Hike the Red Rocks, a two-hour trek along some of the area's most scenic trails, or the Vortex Lecture & Walk, a less strenuous tour that focuses on the energy and power of vortexes (swirling energy that comes from the earth's surface—there's actually one on the property).
Sedona's night sky is often clear enough to see a variety of constellations, so check out the astronomer-led sessions in the resort's parking lot at twilight on select evenings (weather permitting).
Awards and RecognitionsBack to Top
- Leading Hotels of the World
Top 100 U.S. Resorts and among the Top 3 Arizona Resorts 2011
- Travel + Leisure
Voted Best of the West 2011
- Meetings Focus West
500 Top-Ranked Hotels 2011
- Travel + Leisure
Best Resort or Destination Spa 2010
- Fodor's Gold Awards
Award of Excellence 2011
- Wine Spectator
Arrive at Phoenix Skyharbor International Airport (PHX) which is approximately 132 miles from the resort. Anticipate about 2.5 hours of travel time.525 Boynton Canyon Road, Sedona, Arizona, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Indoor Pools
- Outdoor Pools
- Spa Services
- Fitness + Movement Center
- Pitch + Putt Golf Course
- Kids' Camp
- Large Array of Acitivities
- Outdoor Decks
- Mini Bars
- Coffee Makers
- Complimentary high-speed internet
- In-room Movies
- Ironing Board + Irons
- Hair Dryers
- Housekeeping Service
- Bottled water each evening
- Daily Newspaper
- Orange Juice every morning
- 2 Restaurants
- Al Fresco Dining
- In-Room Dining
Why We Love Sedona
Sedona is an outdoors destination for every season, with red-rock canyons, a sunny-yet-mild climate, off-road adventures, and a uniquely holistic vibe.
Grand Canyon National Park. 1-928-638-7888 $25 per vehicle.
Adventure Excursion: Hop aboard one of Sedona's signature Pink Jeeps (Pink Jeep Tours have been trolling the area for more than 50 years) to see the region's red-rock formations on an off-roading adventure.
205 N. State Route 89a 1-928-282-5000 Tours from $45 per person.
Where to Shop: Though difficult to pronounce, Tlaquepaque (it's tuh-la-keh-pah-keh) Arts & Crafts Village, with its old Mexico ambience and shady courtyards, is the best place to find shops and galleries for local paintings, sculpture, jewelry, and other handicrafts.
336 State Route 179. 1-928-282-4838
Where to Eat: If it's memorable Mexican cuisine you're after—you are just a couple hundred miles from the border, after all—head to Elote Café, for chef Jeff Smedstad's signature lamb adobo, lamb shanks baked in a flavorful sauce made with ancho chiles, cumin, cinnamon, and orange juice.
771 State Route 179. 1-928-203-0105 Dinner for two $60.
Why Go Now
October 21-29, 2011
Sedona Plein Air Festival
During this annual event, 32 artists paint Sedona's magical landscapes, then sell their works.
The Sedona Arts Center.
October 23, 2011
The Sedona Psychic Fair
Try an energy field reading, have your aura read, or consult an astrologer at this holistic festival.
Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa.
October 29-November 1, 2011
Dia de Los Muertos Celebration at Tlaquepaque
Learn about the Mexican Day of the Dead while strolling through a charming shopping village outfitted with traditional altars.
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village.
November 12, 2011
Navajo Rug Auction
A variety of 200 contemporary and vintage Navajo weavings and rugs are sold to the highest bidder.
Coconino Center for the Arts.