L'Auberge de Sedona
At a Glance
Romantic boutique hotel just moments away from central Sedona
Beautiful creek side location makes for a tranquil setting
Superb L’Auberge at Oak Creek Restaurant set right on the river
Cottage style accommodations, many with wood burning fireplaces
L’Auberge Spa with private massage cabana down by the creek
Astronomer Dennis Young offers tours of the night sky for guests three times a week.Anna Bleasdale
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The L’Auberge de Sedona offers a tranquil oasis of calm and relaxation just a stone’s throw from Sedona’s upper village. Offering 88 cottages nestled either within the pretty flower strewn gardens, alongside the crystal clear creek or further up along the hillside offering stunning views across to the red rocks that Sedona is famed for, the hotel offers a romantic retreat yet within just a few minutes' drive of all the exciting outdoor activities and experiences Sedona has to offer.
Guests can start their day with a stroll down to the creek to feed the resident ducks or perhaps a morning yoga stretch class. Enjoy morning coffee and scones or head down to the creek’s edge for a sumptuous a la carte breakfast, perfect for setting you up for a day of hiking the canyons, 4 wheel driving, hot air ballooning or simply sitting and relaxing or indulging in a pampering treatment in the small but beautifully formed spa. A stay at the L’Auberge de Sedona offers you the best of both worlds, making it the ideal retreat.
As the sun goes down, guests head back toward the creek for cocktails and pre-dinner drinks around the warming fire pits and comfortable seating. For dinner, either indulge in the decadent three or four course ever evolving French inspired menus at the L’Auberge Restaurant at Oak Creek or something a little more relaxed and lighter on the terrace lounge. After dinner entertainment is usually a game of backgammon or cards. Three times a week a local astronomer will guide you with his high powered telescope to view the moon, the constellations of even the rings of Saturn.
The hotel offers 88 cottages set either in the original lodge, pretty gardens, down by the Creekside or up on the hillside. The Garden and Creekside Cottages offer a spacious main bedroom and lounge area furnished in traditional style. Each has a King bed and sofa, wood burning fireplace, en-suite bathroom with an additional outdoor cedar wood shower and an outside deck either overlooking the gardens or creek. The Spa Cottages are also within the gardens and offer a more contemporary residential style with four poster bed with seating area and a large deck. A luxury bathroom with outdoor cedar shower. The Vista Cottages and Suites offer a more contemporary feel and are either studio style or have a separate parlour room with sofa. Each has a gas fireplace, a King bed with views out to the red rocks of Snoopy Rock, Giants Thumb and Elephant Rock as well as a luxury bathroom with separate shower and Jacuzzi tub for two, also with rock views. Each also has a deck.
All of the cottages feature flat screen TV, fireplace (gas or wood burning), complimentary wireless internet, Gilchrist and Soame amenities, Keurig coffee maker, iPod docking station, mini fridge, hairdryer, air conditioning and heating, Fili d’Oro bed linens, down pillows and duvets and deluxe bathrobes and slippers. All enjoy nightly turn down service.
The hotel welcomes children although doesn't offer any interconnecting room options. Some suites have a sofa bed in the lounge area that can accommodate one child. The hotel is probably best for couples and older families.
The hotel offers full valet parking service as well as Concierge service. In the Arrivals Cottage guests will fine a bar with lounge seating as well as the L’Auberge Restaurant at Oak Creek which is set inside on cooler days but mostly is set on the edge of the beautiful creek. There is also an outdoor lounge area with comfortable seating. Down by the creek is additional seating for tranquil moments. There is a small guest swimming pool and fitness room, charming spa with three treatment rooms and a selection of decadent treatments.
Sedona has a multitude of hiking trails and guests of the L’Auberge can use the hotel’s complimentary shuttle service down to the Hike House where they can discuss the kind of the walking experience they would like. Easy strolls through to full on scrambles on rock faces are possible. Jeep tours are available up on to the red rocks themselves or guests can head out horse riding, hot air ballooning or on breath taking helicopter tours of the area. Further afield, the historic town of Jerome is only 45-minutes' drive as well as the up and coming vineyards around the Cottonwood area, around 25 minutes away.
Location & Directions
L'Auberge de Sedona is nestled on the banks of the river in Upper Sedona, just a few minutes' walk from shops and restaurants.
When to go
Sedona is in the heart of Arizona which is good to travel to year round. During the summer it can be extremely hot with temperatures soaring to over 100 degrees, however, the heat is dry so more bearable. Winter's are mild and pleasant although can be quite cold at night due to the elevation of the area. The best time to visit is Spring or Fall