When it comes to wellness destinations, there’s no better match for rejuvenating therapies than stunningly scenic surroundings. Just look at Sedona, Arizona. The desert city is surrounded by breathtaking red rock formations and “energy vortexes” that inspire visitors to both get outdoors and look inward. It comes as no surprise, then, that Arizona’s premier wellness destination has plenty of spa resorts. From luxurious retreats to laid-back properties, Sedona spa hotels showcase the best of the destination both physically and spiritually. These are the Sedona spa hotels to book for a transformative experience in Arizona’s beautiful, healing red-rock city.
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Auberge is a hotel group that designs luxury properties that reflect their destinations. L’Auberge de Sedona practically disappears into the tree-covered, creekside, red-rock landscape that surrounds it — in the best way possible. The resort’s L’Apothecary Spa similarly draws inspiration from nature, from its forested location to its holistic treatments and organic products. Wellness travelers can book spa cottages a stone’s throw from L’Apothecary that come with ultra-relaxing fireplaces, tubs, and outdoor showers. Creekside, vista, and garden cottages are also available, as well as accommodations in the resort’s arty lodge and exclusive creekhouse. Regardless of where you stay, you’ll love L’Auberge de Sedona’s farm-to-table cuisine at the Cress on Oak Creek dining room for a more literal taste of what Northern Arizona has to offer.
Where: 301 L’Auberge Ln, Sedona, AZ 86336 Price per night: From $508
Guests of the Enchantment Resort get to experience a special corner of Red Rock Country from its scenic perch in Boynton Canyon, which is located several miles outside of downtown Sedona. The property spans some 70 acres, and the resort offers a host of activities aimed at connecting guests with both themselves and the natural world, including guided hikes and mountain biking excursions, yoga classes, wellness workshops, and spa treatments inspired by Indigenous traditions at the neighboring Mii amo spa. Between activities, enjoy farm-to-table fare and relax by the pool before retreating to your casita, suite, or room for the evening.
Where: 525 Boynton Canyon Rd, Sedona, AZ 86336 Price per night: From $452
True to its name, the Wilde Resort and Spa is perfect for travelers who want to spend every minute of their trip immersing in Sedona’s outdoors until it’s time to sleep — or get a massage. Nicely appointed but not over the top, the resort offers a network of beautifully landscaped outdoor spaces, including a pool and hydro spa, an intricate labyrinth, manicured lawns, and cozy fire pits, not to mention countless hiking trails that resort guides are happy to help guests explore. Most rooms come with access to balconettes, patios, or courtyard terraces, including the deluxe two-room Grove Red Rock View King Suite. Between treatments at the resort’s spa, take advantage of the hot tubs, steam rooms, and relaxation lounge for ultimate rejuvenation.
Where: 2250 W State Rte 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336 Price per night: From $188
The Amara Resort and Spa is proof that wellness resorts can be cool, casual, and fun. Located in Sedona’s Uptown area along Oak Creek, the property recently underwent a large-scale renovation to provide updated amenities and an earthy, inviting ambience. The resort’s full-service spa and zero-edge infinity pool are two highlights of the property, which also features a SaltRock Southwest Kitchen, a pool and pool bar, a fire pit, a fitness center, and more. The creative spa has highlights of its own, depending on your preference, such as CBD treatments and a rain dance massage. In addition to guest rooms, the resort has both studio-sized and one-bedroom suites, as well as a variety of ADA accommodations.
Where: 100 Amara Ln, Sedona, AZ 86336 Price per night: From $226
For some, the name Hilton may conjure images of massive block-like hotels in major cities, but in Sedona, its synonymous with natural beauty. The Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock is a large yet demure resort that’s located among the Sedona’s magnificent red rock formations — golf course, hiking and biking trails, pools, restaurants, and full-service spa included. The rooms themselves probably look like what you’d expect while the common spaces boast Southwestern charm. After a full day of activities, retreat to the Eforea Spa for a massage, hydrofacial, skin or nail treatment, or energy ritual, including numerology and life palm readings, energy vortex and bowl therapies, and more.
Where: 90 Ridge Trail Dr, Sedona, AZ 86351 Price per night: From $252