10 rentals: $16 - $183 per night
5 resales: $1,000 - $3,500
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Sedona Summit blends into the rugged Sedona landscape known as "the land of four mild seasons."
All units have air conditioning, cable television, a DVD player and/or VCR, CD player/stereo. The two-bedrooms units also have a washer and dryer.
From here the Oak Creek Canyon area can be explored by Jeep and trout lured by fishing pole from Oak Creek. Another recommended exploration is to Tlaquepaque Art Village. Here, unique Navajo, Hopi and other American Indian arts and crafts are available, as well as galleries featuring acclaimed Western artists, restaurants and shops. After a day's sightseeing, unwind with a dip in our pool or hot tub and let the Arizona sun dry you off.Sedona Summit
4055 Navoti Drive
Sedona, Arizona 86336 map it
- BBQ Area
- Handicap Accessible Units
- Health Club
- Kid Friendly
- Laundry Room
- Live Entertainment
- Outdoor Pool
- Playground Area
- Video Rentals
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Car Rental (2 miles)
- Casino (15 miles)
- Cross-Country Skiing (27 miles)
- Downhill Skiing (27 miles)
- Golf (11 miles)
- Grocery Store (2 miles)
- Horseback Riding (1 mile)
- Lake (40 miles)
- Medical Facilities
- Racquetball (5 miles)
- Shopping Area (2 miles)
- Ski School (27 miles)
- Spa Services (5 miles)
- Tennis (5 miles)
- User: agnes12
- Posted: Apr 27, 2004
- Updated: Jan 20, 2014
Live in Sedona and use timeshare as our guestroom for visiting family and friends-- everyone has privacy!
- User: robertj673
- Posted: Dec 31, 2012
- User: brianc514
- Posted: Sep 13, 2012
I have been coming to this resort for the past eight years, it is one of the nicest in Sedona. It is far enough from all the tourist traffic and noise in downtown. It is in a quiet high end residential area with VIEWS VIEWS VIEWS. Stunning red rock views and excellent new or remodeled facilities. Granite counter tops, big screen TVs and comfortable beds and VIEWS! Several pools and spas to choose from.
- User: jeanl102
- Posted: Nov 3, 2011
Absolutely LOVE the location of this resort. Trails are right out the back of the property. No crowds of downtown Sedona, and yet downtown is just a couple of miles down the road.
We have stayed here twice. We were a bit disappointed with our recent stay, since they put us in a unit that is in obvious need of upgrading. The screen door to the master balcony needed repair; and even after the repair man "fixed" it, it still fell off often. The resort went "digital" on their TV's while we were in town, but they didn't automatically upgrade all the units, and we were not advised of the change, so we were without cable for a night and a day, and needed to call to ask about the issue. We would have thought that they would just automatically take care of this or at least leave a message on our phones.
On our first visit several years ago, we must have been in a newer unit ... all granite counters throughout and beautiful furniture. This time, there was some odd solid surface in the bath with only one sink. It felt a little small-ish. The bed was quite comfortable but the way that they make the beds had the bottom sheet crawling up each night. The furniture felt in need of replacement.
We don't like the fact that there is no restaurant, bar, or small market on the property to pick up odds and ends that we might forget at the market. We think these items would make this place an absolute gem.
But, all in all, it is a fantastic location in general. The unit you will receive will make your stay better or worse. First, the location of the unit ... we find that the ground floor units feel very dungeon-like. The views from the unit also will make the stay better ... or worse.
We were pondering whether they may have "overbuilt" the resort since there are far more units than our first visit there. It seems that there are many units that have a "resort/parking lot" view. It's too bad. Fewer units and adding a restaurant, spa, market, pool bar would have been a better idea.
The staff is fantastic! They were very accommodating and helpful. The sales staff/conceirge is a bit on the aggressive side.
- User: marya494
- Posted: May 27, 2011
I'm an owner and here now at the Sedona Summit in a 2 Bedroom Sunset Suite. It is absolutely fantastic. The location of this Resort is away from the crowds of the town and the view around us is breath taking. I highly recommend anyone to stay here. You won't be disappointed. The rooms are very spacious and very clean. The decor is beautiful. The service and staff are great.
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