Arizona resort offering picturesque accommodation set against the Red Rocks of Sedona
Set against a backdrop of the Arizona desert and mountains, the Sedona Summit Resort offers comfortable and peaceful accommodation, as well as a number of recreational facilities.
The 3-star establishment is located on the Sedona Plateau 24 miles from Flagstaff, AZ. Guests can enjoy the peaceful surroundings as well as natural Arizona landscapes.
Each of the resorts 230 guestrooms features a private bathroom with whirlpool jet tub, separate shower, and plush towels. Rooms and suites also include a full kitchen or kitchenette area, as well as a private balcony.
In-room amenities include cable television with DVD player, coffeemaker, telephone (with voicemail), refrigerator, and air-conditioning. Certain suites also feature a working fireplace.
Guests can enjoy a workout in the resorts well-equipped fitness center before relaxing at the on-site spa. A heated outdoor pool is ideal for those that fancy an aquatic work-out, or those that simply wish to enjoy the heated waters against their body.
An outdoor whirlpool is also ideal for those looking to relax, whilst a designated childrens pool gives younger visitors the opportunity to splash about. The poolside area features a number of loungers for guests to relax upon and enjoy some of the Arizona sunshine.
Younger guests can also enjoy a number of activities hosted by the Childrens Club as well as an arcade room. A barbecue area is suitable for those that wish to enjoy a grilled treat under the evening stars.
Other amenities and services on offer include a 24-hour front desk, concierge, housekeeping, laundry facilities, business center, safe deposit boxes, and on-site parking.
Leisure guests lodging at the Sedona Summit Resortwill find a host of natural attractions to enjoy. Sedona, AZ is famed for its red sandstone formations, which are apparent throughout the region and of great interest to visitors.
Popular features found within the Red Rocks of Sedona, as they are known, include Cathedral Rock and Bell Rock. The former is a monumentally-sized formation with a cathedral-like appearance. Other spectacular formations include Devils Kitchen in Soldiers Pass and the Devils Bridge.
Like these red rock formations, the Slide Rock State Park is also located in Coconino National Forest. It too is a popular destination with tourists, as well as proving popular with hikers and campers. Three hiking trails can be found in the forest.
A number of man-made features can be found in Sedona. These include the Chapel of the Holy Cross, a Roman Catholic chapel that has been built into the mesas. Sinagua Plaza in the city recalls a pre-Columbian tribe that lived in the area. The towns McDonalds restaurant is the only McDonalds in the world not to feature golden arches in its logo. Instead it features turquoise arches that better suit the red-rock surroundings.
Those visitors willing to travel outside of the city limits can enjoy day trips to two of Arizonas finest landmarks: Montezuma Castle National Monument, which again relates to the Sinagua people, and the Grand Canyon, which is located 106 miles from the Sedona Summit Resort.