The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort
The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort
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The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort is a bit of paradise among the red desert landscape of Sedona. Here, relaxation is first and foremost - whether you're enjoying a round on the 18-hole course (one of the top ten in Arizona!) or soaking in one of several outdoor pools, you'll see firsthand while Sedona is regarded as a revitalizing destination. The resort also offers guests usage of the fitness center, barbecue and picnic area, daily activities and a concierge service.
Studio units, one-bedroom villas and two-bedroom lockoff villas are available. Studio units include a queen size bed and sofa bed, partial kitchen, cable TV and DVD player, iPod dock and are designed to sleep up to four. One-bedroom and two-bedroom villas also include a full kitchen, dining area, living area, garden bathtub, balcony or patio and can sleep four and six individuals, respectively.
Sedona is truly a destination unlike any other. The natural beauty of the area is unmatched, and you can enjoy all the magnificent sights the famed Red Rocks have to offer from a multitude of hiking and biking baths in the immediate area. Fishing enthusiasts will definitely want to check out Oak Creek, where plenty of trout are ripe for the catching. Tlaquepaque Art Village provides the opportunity to peruse an assortment of Western art, American Indian arts and crafts, galleries, restaurants and shops. While you're in Sedona, don't forget to check out the mysterious vortexes!
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Our favourite resort in Sedona. Close to grocery stores, shopping, excellent golf course, beautiful views. Service was always friendly and accomodating.
We truly enjoyed our visit to the Resort. Our room was on the second floor with a view of the golf course from the balcony. The kitchen was very nice sized with all the items needed to prepare our meals. The living, dining and bedroom appeared to be newly updated. Colors were on the dark side but the furniture was easy to care for. The resort has two pools for enjoyment and we noticed a spa tucked away on the hillside from our front door, another was located in another location. Check-in went very well and we stopped by the concierge desk for a brief moment. Of course we were asked what we were hoping to do while in Sedona. Only item on our bucket list was a bi-plane trip with Sedona Air Tours. Then of course we were offered a reduced rate if we would attend the presentation. The presentation was not high pressure, and the sales staff understood why we were not interested. Our travel plans fill up many months a year, and between our exchanges and renting thru Tug and Red Week, there is no need for further investment. We missed lounge areas outside. Our BBQ area was very small with only one grill (one disappeared) and one picnic type table. Our additional visits to five star resorts have included fire ring pits and conversation seating for visiting or just relaxing outside your unit and Wi-Fi without a charge. We paid $30.00 for a weeks usage. What a lovely place to visit, the scenery is breathtaking!
Stayed for the second time at The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort. TOTALLY impressed with the beautiful renovations, great heated pool, easy computer access, and beautiful views. The Village of Oak Creek actually has a lot of RED ROCKs. Totally awesome stay. PS, the most wonderful beds, I had to take a peek to see what kind of mattresses they had!
We traded into this resort and stayed in a 2BDR unit near the main office. Did not realize how far Oak Creek was from Sedona, which was a bit of a minus on the location. However, some of the natural attractions are down in the direction of Oak Creek anyhow. Similar to some of the other reviews, we did experience a full blown sales blitz for units, tours, etc. and it puts a sour note on the experience as the last thing you want to do after driving for 10 hours is get bombarded like that.
The unit we stayed in was clean and well formatted. It was a 2BDR lockoff and both had full kitchens. The main bathroom has was very large and had multiple access doors. The kitchen was well done and had every modern amenity. We did not have a view and I suspect that as a non-owner we were put into one of the lower elevation units that just stare out to a grassy bank. Parking was tight as others have suggested, but we never arrived to find all the spots full. Furthest we had to walk was about 1-2 units down. Trust me, you can find much more challenging parking in Timeshares.
Facilities were crowded. I was fortunate to start my BBQ dinner before the big rush, but had about 4 other dads waiting to cook by the time I was finished. They definitely need to expand some of these features. The pool did have a nice view of the mountains. We did not spend alot of time there as we are outdoor people and did alot of hiking and swimming in the area.
Having been a little dubious about timeshares in general and some reviews I read on trip advisor my husband and I were pleasantly surprised during our stay here. The staff was helpful at all times, even checking to see if we were happy with our accommodations after we checked in. The concierge desk was also exceedingly helpful and always steered us in the right direction whether it was about activities or good restaurants in the area. Hot tubs were plentiful and clean, as were the pools. View was spectacular.
Where do I start! Just finding a parking place for check in was a challenge. Once inside, there were four people at the activities counter waiting to sell you tours, etc. However, only on person at the front desk with four to five parties waiting. Our unit was "down the hill" from the main resort. I nice walk if you want to go to the spa or heated pool. Our vie from our balcony was of the parking lot. In fact, you could reach over the railing an touch the car in front of your unit. Working ice machines were impossible to find. the front desk said they were frozen due to the cold weather. However, it was a high of 52 so I do not think that was the reason.
Our unit had all the ambiance of a Comfort Inn. Old carpet and Formica counter tops. The shower was very big, but since the shower head did not swivel, you had to stand right next to the wall to get wet.
Part of our check in instructions was a sheet stating if we did not collect the garbage, wash the dishes (no dishwasher) and pick up the place, we could be charged up to $35. Never heard of that before at a nice timeshare. How minor league and intimidating on their part!
This is a Diamond resort, but it is more of of a Cubic Zirconia.
We stayed at this resort in may 2009 . A great place , with beautiful views . Our room was just going to be remodled , but was very nice anyway. The resort is about 5-7 miles from down town Sedona , but is in a very nice town of oakcreek .
We always take long weekends to Sedona, and The Ridge on Sedona Golf Course is always our first choice. We will go to The Summit if we have to, but The Ridge on Sedona Golf Course is far superior. The rooms are spacious and the accomodations are great. The views from The Ridge on Sedona Golf Course are also the best to be had there.I don't really care for The Summit since it has been renovated. The colors are too dark, and the rooms look smaller, also the jacuzzis they have installed are half the size that they had before they renovated.
We just returned from this Sunterra resort. First, we were disappointed that it was not IN Sedona, but in Oak Creek Village. This is at least a 20 min. drive on 2 lane road.
We had an efficency in bldg. 4. The unit was nice enough for 2 people, would have been crowded with 4. Some stains on carpet, but otherwise in good condition. Shower only in bathroom. No stove in efficencies - a 2 burner would have been nice. Biggest negative was the lack of parking closeby. There are 5 spots designated for this building, which has 12 units. (Two were being used as models, tho). The other parking was a block away. There are lots of steps here to get to either parking area.
My husband enjoyed the golf course. A little pricey, but not as bad as where we live. The restaurant at the golf course was excellent for both breakfast and lunch.
Overall a nice resort. We would try one closer to uptown and the 'Y' next time.
We just got back from a vacation here and loved everything about it.The units were very clean,the staff was very helpful, and the veiws were just awesome.I can't wait to go back again. We don't golf, but our room was right were they tee off. And we had use of the spa at the Hilton. It was one of the best I have ever been in.If you golf you better stay here.If you love the views of the red rocks.....you better stay here...
Spent a week in a one bedroom unit - it was spacious for the 4 of us. All of the necessities were at our fingertips.
The staff was very accomodating - the concierge desk was helpful in making dinner suggestions/recommendations and arrangements to "see the sites". Found a lot of the excursions to be on the pricey side.
We enjoyed the area very much and want to return again. The scenery is breathtaking, although the views are limited from some of the condo units.
We recently exchanged into a two bedroom at the Ridge. We brought along relatives that used the studio lock-out, giving each family privacy. We liked the Ridge so much that we bought a two bedroom resale off eBay.
If you've not yet been to Sedona, you have missed one of the finest locations in the country. This resort has wonderful views of the red rocks as well as an excellent golf course.
Great views of red rock and golf course. Golf pricey but great course--top 25 in Az. Clean, pools and spas adequate. Rooms are spacious and well equipped. No negatives.
We have never walked up to a swimming pool before. We were wondering why. When we reach the top, we found out. The scenery all around us was "red rock". Bell Rock was to the left of us just like other rock formations. We had breakfast on the balcony overlooking the golf course. This is defenitly "Paradise.
- Babysitting Referral
- BBQ Area
- Game Room
- Handicap Accessible Units
- Laundry Room
- Maid Service
- Outdoor Pool
- Video Rentals
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Car Rental
- Conference Facilities
- Cross-Country Skiing
- Downhill Skiing
- Drug Store
- Grocery Store
- Health Club
- Horseback Riding
- Live Entertainment
- Medical Facilities
- Shopping Area
- Snack Bar
- Snowboarding (50 miles)
- Spa Services
55 Sunridge Circle
Sedona, Arizona 86351
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