Goop.com: A Wildly Scenic Road Trip through Arizona
Goop.com included L’Auberge de Sedona in their Arizona-by-car roundup with many other “must-see” spots making a road trip itinerary fit for 3 days or 2 weeks.
“It’s impossible to separate Sedona from the energy that charges the whole area with a can’t-put-your-finger on it buzz. The maze of rust-colored canyons and juniper trees hums with kinetic beauty and a supernatural something. In some ways, Sedona is the Arizona complement to California’s Joshua Tree. Both share abundant desert mysticism, smoothie shops aplenty, and a wellness cornucopia of hiking, yoga, and mediation. Charge your crystals (or buy new ones at Crystal Magic) and soak up the vibe.”
L’Auberge de Sedona
“L’Auberge hits all the right Southwestern notes when it comes to atmosphere, décor, and dinner. We love the creekside cottages both for their proximity to the gurgling waters of Oak Creek as well as their isolated serenity. Each one is decked out with beautiful textured bed throws, wood-burning fireplaces, and roomy private decks. A few days here feels like a month, and the well-being and activity offerings meet the gold standard. The Intuitive Vortex option encompasses vortex meditation in the vortex treehouse (yes, really), spa treatments, and guided hikes.”
Posted: August 12, 2020
LocaleMagazine.com: “6 Reasons to Visit This Sedona Resort for a Spiritual Reset”
LocaleMagazine.com writer, Allie Lebos, visited L’Auberge de Sedona to experience Sedona as well as dining at Cress on Oak Creek and a relaxing spa treatment at L’Apothecary Spa. “From creekside cottages to morning yoga, L’Auberge de Sedona is the place to unwind and reset.” Read on to discover Allie’s top 6 reasons to visit L’Auberge.
MindBodyGreen.com: “Well Traveled In Sedona, Arizona: A Metaphysical, Awe-Inspiring Experience”
MindBodyGreen.com editor Jamie Schneider recently visited L’Auberge de Sedona for a winter experience including a stay in a Creekside Cottage along with dining at Cress on Oak Creek – “add some metaphysical programming, grounding spa treatments, and a spiritual vortex hike into the mix, and suffice it to say I have a new perspective on mind-body healing.”
TheZoeReport.com: “I Went On a Metaphysical Themed Getaway To Sedona & Returned Anew”
We invited writer Nicole Kliest to have a quintessential L’Auberge de Sedona experience. Her itinerary included a hike among the vortexes, dinner at Cress on Oak Creek and a new experience at L’Apothecary Spa guided by our Paths of Possibilities. Nicole came to the property open-minded but not quite a believer in the healing properties that Sedona possesses. Read further for her perspective on the metaphysical experiences that she came to embrace.