by Stacey Marcus
If you are looking to celebrate love in a location with a deep soul, magical spirit and sensational scenery, check out Sedona, Arizona. Rocks and resorts converge in a fabulous fusion of landscape and luxury. Driving into Sedona and seeing the glorious red rock formations and feeling a surge of energy, one thinks that you may have stumbled upon heaven on earth.
WE SIMPLY ADORE
A high point of visiting Sedona is the Enchantment Resort. The stunning resort is set on 70 acres of breathtaking terrain. The resort is inside Boynton Canyon, providing views of the red rock canyon walls and national forest from every guest casita.
HERE’S THE SCOOP
Enchantment Resort is an ideal spot for honeymooners to enjoy the glory of nature wrapped in a cocoon of comfort and luxury. Highlights of the restorative resort include:
- Special packages There are a plethora of packages available that pair accommodations in a gorgeous casita with amenities like golf at Seven Canyons Golf Course, spa treatments at the resort’s full service luxury spa Mii Amo and trail and air packages to see the Grand Canyon.
- Mii Amo Spa The world class luxury spa is the ideal spot for couples to unwind post wedding and enjoy unique treatments inspired by the Native American culture including massage, skin care, speciality treatments, mindfulness and body treatments.
GET THE DISH
- Guests can enjoy six dining options featuring seasonal and local ingredients including Che-Ah-Chi where diners can peer out floor to ceiling windows and enjoy romantic views of the rock formations while indulging in locally sourced food, Viewpoint 180 for light dinner and tapas, Tii Gavo, a casual Southwestern restaurant on the terrace, Mii Amo Café at the spa, a Wine Bar and the Golf Clubhouse.
OUT AND ABOUT
- Activities in Sedona include: thrilling jeep rides exploring rock formations and learning about the area’s geological history, wine tours, shopping at charming boutiques showcasing Navajo weavings, vintage jewelry and pottery and stargazing at billions of stars in the Sedona skies.