Rediscover Arizona’s Hidden Jewel at L’Auberge de Sedona

  • Stephanie Meza

Arizona’s award-winning L’Auberge de Sedona resort has recently completed a year-long $25-million expansion and renovation project, which includes 64 new or remodeled private cottages, 25 redesigned guest rooms, the addition of the Verdana bar and a number of other improvements timed with celebration of the resort’s 25th anniversary.

L’Auberge de Sedona has been a coveted destination as much for the accommodations as its idyllic location nestled among the banks of Oak Creek and the enchanting red-rock formations While enjoying the breathtaking views, guests can indulge their senses with a personalized massage in one of the Serenité Spa’s tranquil creek-side cabanas. Also freshly remodeled, the renowned L’Auberge Restaurant on Oak Creek, overseen by executive chef David Schmidt, offers outdoor dining and a Customizable Chef’s Tasting Menu for the ultimate culinary experience. Rates range from $195 to $925 for a Hillside Cottage. (800.905.5745, www.lauberge.com)

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