Located at the base of Arizona’s highest mountain, the 12,633-foot Humphrey’s Peak, Basecamp at Arizona Snowbowl has 26 newly renovated cabins and rooms that are the closest lodging to Snowbowl’s ski lifts. 

Everything is new in the cabins and rooms from the plank flooring, southwestern throw rugs, furniture, bedding, big-screen TVs, and accent art, including photography of the slopes at Snowbowl. 

Guests are sure to enjoy the cabins’ front porches that feature colorful Adirondack chairs and are perfect for stargazing just outside Flagstaff, which in 2001 became the world’s first International Dark Sky City.

After meetings and outdoor adventures during the day, groups and individuals can gather at the full-service Basecamp Restaurant with a full bar serving cocktails, wine and a vast array of Arizona microbrews and a menu featuring house-smoked barbecue entrées, burgers, salads and vegetarian options. 

Located approximately 7,400 feet above sea level, Basecamp is in the midst of the 1.8-million-acre Coconino National Forest, home to the largest stand of ponderosa pine trees in the world. 

As meetings and events start revving up again, many properties have come up with unique solutions to encourage groups to gather. Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort & Spa, located on the Santa Ana Pueblo between Albuquerque and Santa Fe, is no exception and has been offering COVID safe bubble and resort buyout meeting experiences for 2021 events. 

 

The Wilde Resort & Spa, situated at the base of the iconic Thunder Mountain in Sedona, Arizona, made its debut on Oct. 7, 2021. Formerly The Sedona Rouge, the property was fully transformed and features 105 contemporary guest rooms and suites and 5,640 square feet of indoor/outdoor meeting and event space, including the Dorsey Ballroom, Basecamp Boardroom, The Grove garden, and Rangeview Rooftop. 

 

Recipient of the World’s Leading Luxury Train title from the 2020 World Travel Awards, Rocky Mountaineer launched its first-ever excursion in America’s Southwest on Aug. 15, 2021. Rockies to the Red Rocks is a two-day route that winds alongside rivers and through canyons and mountains between the vibrant city of Denver, Colorado and the red rock formations of Moab, Utah.