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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.
- 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)
Live in Sedona and use timeshare as our guestroom for visiting family and friends-- everyone has privacy!
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.
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.
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.
This is a first day review so it will be edited. I only wanted to comment on one review I read about the coffee pot. I bought a coffee pot to bring after reading the review and calling the resort to check. Indeed, I was told, there was not pot. However, what I didn't find out is that the coffee maker makes 12 cups, keeps the coffee inside, and dispenses one cup at a time. No pot to break, plenty of coffee. So you can come here now if the coffee pot was keeping you away. This place is very nice, and Sedona has so much to offer. Second day observation. More bbqs needed. There are three in our area, and they need repair at least, better if replaced. I haven't noticed many people using them, but you have to call to have maintenance come to light them. More later.
We were just at this resort from October 10-17th of this year. The weather is perfect this time of year. The resort pools were outstanding, the units were fantastic! Beautiful tilework everywhere. Every bathroom has a shower and jacuzzi bathtub. Dishwasher and laundry in-room. Everthing felt comfortable and even luxurious. The resort activities were fun with a local folk-singing cowboy and guided tours of local sights. The location in just outside of town away from the traffic. We had three small children with us and were pleased that everything felt family friendly.
No coffee pot, just a brewer for 1 cup at a time, very inconvient if you have coffee drinkers, plus now they charge a $1 per additional bag, when it used to be free. You get 1 free bag of reg and 1 free bag of decaf, that's it. We went to Safeway to buy coffee, rather than pay a $1 per bag. If you have a large party, 3 or more coffee drinkers, then you will want to go out for coffee and breakfast, otherwise your breakfast will be cold by the time everyone gets their coffee. We were not eligible for the time share presentation, our spouses weren't with us, and I had just been to a presentation a few months ago, so it should be 6 months before I could go again, but the conceirge kept tryiing to talk us into it, even though we said NO.
I am an OWNER OF 60,000 POINTS, AND I AM VERY DISAPPOINTED WITH THIS RESORT.
Also, if you get the Sunset Suite, we had the 2 bedroom Sunset Suite, be prepared for it to be very dark in the room! Very poor lighting. Hard to read by.
Stayed March 22-28th in a 2br sunset unit. Unit was recently remodeled and quite nice. It was a dedicated 2br with 2 master suites. Both had 2 person jacuzzi tubs and double sink bathrooms. Great location close to shopping but in the quiet west side of Sedona. Would gladly return again.
We stayed here from 2/13/09 through 2/20/09. The unit was dated, but clean with all amenities in good operating condition. It should be noted that they were in the process of updating units while we were there so chances are that future visitors will be assigned a more modern unit. The layout of the unit was great for us. The two bedroom unit is actually a large one bedroom suite with full kitchen and bath connected to a studio with its own bath and small kitchen. It would be possible to sleep eight as the one bedroom suite has a king size bed, the studio has a queen bed, and each has a pull out sofa. The property itself has several pools and hot tubs. We didnt get to use them because the daytime temperatures during our February stay didnt exceed the mid fifties, but they were conveniently located throughout the property adjoining clusters of buildings. For the brave souls out there who can handle it, they do keep the pools heated year round. It is conveniently located just off of 89A (the main drag) in Sedona. The only real drawback to our stay at Sedona Summit was the high pressure sales pitch when we checked in. The lady checking us in was relentless in her efforts to convince us to sign up for the 90 minute tour on the upcoming Monday morning. It took us about forty five minutes to get through the registration process, get our keys, and get away from her. When it became apparent that we werent going for the 90 minute tour deal, her solicitous attitude toward us quickly turned cold. We did meet another couple during our stay that succumbed to the pressure and took the tour. They told us that they had a hard time getting out of there in three hours, and as veteran timeshare patrons, that the pressure was more intense than any other sales pitch they had ever heard. Be careful walking around town also. The timeshare companies have people standing in front of storefronts and at booths trying to Shanghai you into going on their tours too. They literally almost block your path and follow you down the street hawking their pitches. I dont know if its because of the current economic situation or something about this town, but Ive been to many timeshare destinations over the years, currently own a timeshare in Williamsburg VA, and Ive never seen the level of desperation I saw in the timeshare salespeople in Sedona. Its really a shame too, because it cheapened what was an otherwise outstanding vacation.
We stayed 5 nights in a studio. We found the room clean, nicely decorated and roomy for 2 people. The kitchenette has a refrigerator, microwave and sink, very adequate for our keeping our hiking snacks and for breakfast. The adult only pool is small but nice. The time share people made their pitch to get us to come to a sales presentation but we declined and they didn't approach us again. We met another couple who did go to the presentation and received a free jeep tour - a pretty good promotion, but not worth the time spent for us. The resort has a nice workout room, clubhouse and a laundry. If we had known about the laundry we would have packed lighter. The resort is in west Sedona, a very good location if you don't want to be in the hub-bub of downtown also convienent to many hiking areas. The road south out of Sedona is being widened and the traffic is terrible, so we really liked being away from that area. I do recommend this resort.
Resort is at south end of Sedona...about 2 miles from center but since everyone has a car, it's a short drive.
Units are clean ,bright, and spacious and the views of the surrounding Red Rocks are magnificient. One bedroom unit has gas fireplace and Jaccuzi.
Be sure to take a trip to Jerome which was an old mining town halfway up Mingus mountain but is now an antique and craft area with really quaint old shops.
The jeep Red Rock tours are a must.
Many very good and reasonable restaurants nearby and if you go to the Sedona visitors center, you can buy a discount book for eating, shopping, and tours for about $5 that will save $$$.
quite away out of sedona, units while modern and up to date, are very dark, and dim, pool was a long way from our unit.
we won't go back, to dark and depressing
Stayed mid-Feb. for one week. Unit kitchen was basic and more of a galley than a kitchen. Living room was on the small size especially since kitchen table tood up a portion of it. Bed room also just adequate. Furnishings were inexpensive but adequate. Ok for wife and I but one bedroom unit would not work with another couple or with kids. The lock out associated with our one bedroom was small, but again adequate.
Pool was heated, again just enough. Saturday morning cold buffet which we discovered when checking out was one of the best I've seen, and all free so arrive early!! Staff was friendly and helpful, but more inclined to know about guided tours etc, and less likely to be conversant about hiking and cycling.
Sales staff was quite pushy especailly since they claimed not to be. They were real pros and just gradually increased the pressure. At end the guy was a real pain in the butt.
All in all resort was clean, and adequate. We would certainly stay there again, but avoid the sales pitch.
Stayed here in winter of 2002. Staff were helpful and friendly - like most of the people I encountered in Sedona. Wasn't hassled by sales staff, and enjoyed the location of the timeshare. Studio was nice, although not something I would choose normally (I'd pick a one bedroom if it were two people travelling.) The studio just felt too small. Kitchen was adequate for one person who really wasn't hanging around cooking.
Enjoyed it and would visit again readily.
A wonderful feature that hasn't been mentioned that we loved is this resort enjoys the full use of the Hilton Resort and Spa amenities free of charge. It's about a 10 - 15 minute drive but we were on vacation anyway. The spa has beautiful shower and dressing room so we'd just dress from there to go on our way. I loved the peaceful, perfect temperatured lap pool surrounded by the Sedona red rock mountains; steam room and indoor ladies jacuzzi. My husband liked the workout facilities. Additional standard spa services such as massage, hair care, facials, etc. were available.
We felt we probably had better room accommodations than the Hilton Resort would have had. Our 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 full kitchen unit was very spacious with oversized bath jacuzzi and separate shower. Still we had all the advantages of the 20,000 s.f. luxury spa facilities of the Hilton - enjoying the best of both resorts.
Sedona is an unusual, gorgeous, cool, out-of- this-world looking kind of place. Combine that with a large home away from home and a very high end spa - now you have an awesome vacation place!
Super Resort! Its great! The rooms are outstanding! This area is so peaceable and tranquil that you really get to rest. That is unless you want to slip out and enjoy all the great recreational activities.
Stayed in 2 BR condo in November. Beautiful location, great views of red rocks, lots of room. Can't wait to visit again.
Have owned here since 1996,very comfortable accomadations, great staff, love to go back there every couple of years,the Summit gets a thumbs up from me!!
We stayed at the Summit in early January 2004. The 2 bedroom unit we shared with another couple was very clean and the staff was friendly. The location of our unit gave us beautiful views of the red rocks of Sedona. The continenal breakfast was an added treat. We didn't use any of the common facilities since our stay was short but I'd recommend it to anyone from what we experienced...
We reside in England so this was an extraordinary experience for us. What a wonderful place. We bought within days of staying here. That was 6 years ago and we have stayed twice. Wish it could be more. Very comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. If possible, enter Sedona from the Flagstaff end. The road leading in to Sedona is a wonderful drive. You really get the feel of the place.
We have stayed at the Summit three times. The layout of their two bedroom is outstanding. We brought guests to use the studio lockout, which has a limited kitchen and adequate space. Each family had plenty of privacy.
Sedona is wonderful and is a "must" place to visit. We come here as often as we can (four times in the past year).
Clean, spacious with beautiful vistas. The location was good with easy access to the Grand canyon and a beautiful two hour ride from Phoenix Int'l airport.
The kids liked the trail rides, jeep tours and the natural (cold) water slide at Slide Rock Park. We're going back next year.
Lovely rooms, fireplace, balcony. It is a little bit out of town. Many different hot tubs scattered throughout the grounds so there is one near each building.
4055 Navoti Drive
Sedona, Arizona 86336
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