Tucked along the banks of Oak Creek Canyon in Sedona, Amara Resort and Spa has wrapped up a multimillion-dollar renovation that has upgraded all 100 guestrooms, public spaces, Amara Spa, SaltRockSouthwest Kitchen and 5,000 square feet of meeting and event space. The aim was to create a tree lodge aesthetic that plays off the surrounding red rocks of Sedona and brings the outdoors in through the five elements of nature: earth, wood, metal, fire and water.
The Grove, courtesy The Wilde Resort & Spa
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.
One of the United State’s best-known destinations for spiritual vacationing, rest and renewal is Sedona, Arizona. After the many challenges of the past few years, groups who are looking to provide immersive and fulfilling excursions for meetings and incentives trips may want to consider this mountain destination with majestic red rock scenery.
L’Auberge de Sedona aims to make it easy and unique with new metaphysical programming that incorporates the resort’s serene and intimate grounds and amenities.
SaltRock Southwest Kitchen at Amara Resort and Spa in Sedona has a new executive chef, Lindsey Dale. She has designed a completely new menu of Southwestern-inspired cuisine featuring light and seasonal dishes and integrating fresh ingredients from the Verde Valley. The restaurant’s outdoor patio offers guests unobstructed views of Cleopatra Rock and Snoopy Rock.