Enchantment Resort in Sedona, Ariz.which underwent $25 million property-wide renovation heightens the resort’s sense of place amid the red rock beauty of Boynton Canyon. The redesign retains some of the property’s historical features, such as adobe brick from San Luis, Mexico; Douglas fir ceiling beams; and a collection of original works of Southwestern art. All 218 rooms have been upgraded ($11 million refurbishment) and, in some cases, expanded.
Also expanded are resort’s Meeting Village ($4 million), which welcomed sophisticated Southwestern interiors and even more flexibility for guests of all sizes by creating an additional 7,000 square feet of event space, bringing the total indoor space to more than 13,000 square feet, with an additional outdoor banquet space of more than 20,000 square feet.
The Clubhouse has been transformed featuring fireplaces and relaxing lounge areas. There’s a larger pool area with 360-degree views; and a new retail boutique and outdoor spaces.
The former Yavapai Restaurant is now the resort’s signature dining experience: Che Ah Chi. There’s a stylish Wine Bar with a wine cellar of more than 2,000 bottles; View 180, a tapas style open-air lounge; and the remodeled casual dining spot Tii Gavo.
There’s a whirlpool spa, a well-stocked pool bar with small bites and an adjacent game room keep things lively for both couples and families. A new Activities Center provides a multitude of offerings to complement any vacation including tennis, croquet, biking, guided hikes, Native American programs and more.
Spring rates start at $325 per room, double; $985 for a one-bedroom Hacienda, and $1,395 for two bedrooms.