Sedona Summit is surrounded by Red Rock Country, close to Coffee Pot and Cathedral Rock, just two of several rose-colored natural formations that give the area its name. Hike or river raft through the stunning Oak Creek Canyon, or take a break in our outdoor pool and spa tub while the kids check out what's happening at our Children's Club. There are many things to do in beautiful Sedona, and Sedona Summit is the perfect place to stay while you explore Red Rock Country.
Sedona Summit charges a mandatory Nightly Resort Fee, which covers use of the recreational facilities, including four pools and six hot tubs, Garden activities, 24-hour fitness center, Garden Gas Grills, seasonal activities, 24-hour lobby coffee/tea, 24-hour business center with computer/internet access, boarding pass printing, and an electric car charging station.
Nightly Resort Fee - $15 + tax
Incidental Deposit - $100 (credit card and photo id required)
Sedona Summit offers studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom accommodations that can sleep up to eight guests. The rooms feature a patio, an iron and ironing board, and washers/dryers and jetted tubs in select units. The resort itself features a concierge service, on-site parking, laundry facilities, movie rentals, and an outdoor jetted tub.
Cable TV w/DVD player
Safe deposit boxes
Sedona was once the home of Apache Indian tribes, who were moved down to the San Carlos Indian Reservation in 1876. The city was incorporated in 1902 and started becoming an important tourist destination in the 1950s. Known for the striking red rock formations that surround the town, Sedona is hailed by many of the New Age school of thought as being a place where good energy collects and bad energy is held at bay. With its mix of towering fire-red mesas and verdant valley orchards, this city is a study in peaceful awe.
Sedona hosts a number of popular film festivals, including the Sedona International Film Festival. It's also home to the Sedona Marathon and the nationally-famous El Prado arts show. Many of Hollywood's classic westerns, including the timeless Broken Arrow, were filmed in and around Sedona. One of the most popular landmarks for tourists to visit is the iconic Chapel of the Holy Cross. Built in 1956, this structure rises 250 feet out of a red rock formation and reflects the dying rays of the Arizonan sunset all across the Verde Valley.
1. Head northwest on Airport Rd toward Air Terminal Dr (266 ft) 2. Turn right to stay on Airport Rd (453 ft) 3. Take the 1st left to stay on Airport Rd (1.2 mi) 4. Take the 3rd left onto Arizona 89A S (2.8 mi) 5. Turn right onto Bristlecone Pines Rd (0.1 mi) 6. Take the 1st left onto Navoti Dr. Destination will be on the left (0.1 mi)