The lodge’s eight Villas, set secluded at the confluence of…
Starting at $2,200 per person per night
L'Auberge de Sedona, 301, L'Auberge Lane, Sedona, Coconino National Forest Exclusion Area, Arizona, 86336, United States
Starting at $800 per room per night
Sedona is a celebration of nature and culture, quiet wisdom and adventure. It fosters an intimate connection, to oneself and to each other, through meaningful experiences that enrich lives and renew spirits. L’Auberge de Sedona is at the center of it all, inspired by this wondrous place and its power to create change. Everything is done with intention, each amenity fine-tuned to create unforgettable moments. When you journey there, the possibilities are endless.
Unique Features: Calling Sedona the most beautiful place on earth is not a stretch of the imagination. The vast scenery steals your breath, feeds the soul and says far more than words ever could. It’s where one can get back to what’s real and meaningful. With magnificent vistas and a storied locale, L’Auberge de Sedona offers sumptuous rejuvenation. Step into an outdoor cedar shower under a canopy of Sycamore trees. Dine al fresco on a moonlit balcony. Fall asleep to the gentle sounds of a meandering creek.
Accommodations: Perfectly nestled under a canopy of sycamore trees within Sedona’s majestic Red Rock country, the accommodations at L’Auberge de Sedona are as distinct as they are serene. Every cottage, suite, and room accentuates different different aspects of the property, such as the views, the spa or creek, and takes inspiration from the resort’s location along tranquil Oak Creek.
As Suite As It Gets: When money is no object, go for the Creekside Premiere Cottage. Tucked away with the utmost privacy, the Creekside Premiere Cottages offer an idyllic downstream location on the banks of Oak Creek. With the sounds of flowing water and breezes rustling through the trees, and amenities like wood-burning fireplaces, outdoor cedar showers, and spacious decks for languid lounging, these cottages were designed with romance in mind.
Dining: A perfect complement to the property’s transcendent natural beauty and level of luxury, L’Auberge de Sedona’s culinary program features everything from nationally recognized fine dining to naturally immersive creekside fare. Feed your spirit on the banks of the babbling Oak Creek with wine-forward, Southern European cuisine inspired by hand-selected ingredients from local Northern Arizona purveyors. Hand-selected ingredients are incorporated into Southern European cuisine and served alongside the enchanting bank of Oak Creek.
Activities: An area as magical as its rocks are red, Sedona provides a scenic and energetic getaway for those traveling from near and far. Tour L’Auberge de Sedona’s spectacular surroundings via hot air balloon, jeep, or helicopter. Visit renowned galleries and hike some of the most breathtaking trails you’ve ever seen. Meet local artists as they work their magic, painting and sculpting masterpieces. Come enjoy the L’Auberge tradition of feeding the resident ducks on Duck Beach. Begin your day in a healthy way with a gentle yoga class to open and stretch the body.
Spa & Fitness: L’Auberge de Sedona offers guests an exclusive creekside retreat. In order to maintain a peaceful and nourishing experience, the Spa is open only to guests of L’Auberge. Set amidst the idyllic scene of a lush forest and the sound of rolling waters, L’Apothecary is truly nature’s spa. Out-of-the-ordinary offerings take place within the stunning natural surroundings, while more traditional services, like deep tissue massages, reflect nature by using organic products.
Location: Sedona is an Arizona desert town near Flagstaff that’s surrounded by red-rock buttes, steep canyon walls and pine forests. It’s noted for its mild climate and vibrant arts community. Uptown Sedona is dense with New Age shops, spas and art galleries. On the town’s outskirts, numerous trailheads access Red Rock State Park, which offers bird-watching, hiking and picnicking spots.
Closest Airport: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the closest international airport. Flagstaff Airport is a small airport about 45 minutes from the Sedona resort. The closest airport is Flagstaff Pulliam (FLG) (19.22 mi). Other nearby airports are Prescott (PRC) (40.17 mi), Grand Canyon Village National Park (GCN) (77.83 mi) or Phoenix Sky Harbor Intl (PHX) (99.95 mi). KAYAK recommends you fly to Flagstaff Pulliam.
Children’s Programs: No. They do not offer any supervised children’s programs.
Pet Friendly: Yes. Not only are they dog friendly, they welcome four-legged guests with open arms! Bring your extended family as they need a break from the hustle and bustle of life, too. This Sedona pet-friendly vacation package ensures your travel buddy will have just as amazing time as you. This package includes: Doggie bed and food bowls in room, for use while you’re at L’Auberge, Gift bag of “Pet Pawducts” from Whiskers Barkery, which includes toy and treats, L’Auberge dog leash and foldable dog bowl.
Weddings: Yes. From intimate celebrations for two to unforgettable weddings of up to 150, L’Auberge can graciously accommodate you and your guests. Ceremonies may be set in an array of breathtaking backdrops, be it a hilltop canopy with sweeping red rock views or an ivy-covered creekside gazebo, and the Sedona wedding venues are some of the area’s most renowned.
Meetings: Yes. Tranquil and restful. Inspiring and magical. With spectacular red rock formations, towering sycamores, and a tree-lined creek providing the serene backdrop, L’Auberge is an unsurpassed location for Sedona meetings and retreats. They offer a relaxing respite from the daily grind, along with creative ways to team build and bond. And the variety of memorable experiences, like L’Apothecary Spa workshops, food and beverage classes, and jeep or helicopter tours, facilitate meaningful interactions between attendees.
Extra Info: The Grand Canyon is one of the most visited attractions in Arizona, and for good reason. As one of the seven natural wonders of the world, and containing so much history and beauty, it’s a must-do for every Arizona visitor and resident alike. As the closest luxury resort in Sedona to the Grand Canyon, the resort is excited to share the passion and insight for a truly memorable Grand Canyon visit.