Organic Spa Magazine: “The Wilderness Cure”
Organic Spa Magazine spotlights L’Auberge as a perfect spa vacation to channel peace and relaxation, noting the resort’s surrounding natural beauty and L’Apothecary Spa’s Flower Essence Massage offered.
“With the lockdown’s unexpected gift of “pause,” nature became a needed healing replacement for our beloved brick-and-mortar spas. And so, as we plunged into wilderness’ largesse, we sought the spa within. Human-powered activities, from hiking to biking, became our metaphorical spa treatments. Though spas are opening again, let’s keep the gains of slow travel alive with wellness forays that combine the gamut: physical activities, the outdoors and bona ﬁde, duly missed, old-school spa visits.
Channel peace at L’Auberge de Sedona, situated on the banks of Oak Creek amid the towering canyons. At the L’Apothecary spa partake of earthy, grounding rituals such as the aromatic Flower Essence Massage.”
“In the midst of Sedona’s renowned spiritual and healing vortex sites, L’Auberge is a calming oasis. The spa offers guests the chance to custom-blend local organic botanicals. The clean desert air and serene mystical setting provide a perfect backdrop for yoga, desert hikes or transformation.”
Posted: May 12, 2021
Elite Traveler: “Road Trip in Arizona”
Elite Traveler highlights L’Auberge de Sedona as “a romantic spot on the banks of Oak Creek” – the place to stay when visiting Sedona on a road trip through Arizona. Arriving in a Bentley Continental GT V8 Convertible with the top down, of course.
Everyday Peace at La Galerie
We invite guests to find Everyday Peace within our natural art gallery set beyond interior walls as well as through unique yoga and meditation offerings.
International Day of Peace on 9/21 is a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace above all differences, and to contribute to building a culture of peace.
CondéNastTraveler.com: “The 26 Most Beautiful Towns in America”
CondéNastTraveler.com included Sedona, Arizona in their list of 26 beautiful towns in America highlighting the red rocks and dark skies with L’Auberge de Sedona listed as a must-stay.