Travel + Leisure: The Best Places to Travel in November
Travel + Leisure spotlights Sedona as a stunning fall travel destination, highlighting L’Auberge de Sedona as the perfect place to relax amongst red rock views and enjoy alfresco dining at Cress Oak Creek.
“November weather is cool and crisp with temperatures in the high 60’s and chilly evenings. Fall colors in the trees and clear starry nights are just two of November’s attractions. Located two hours north of Phoenix at an elevation of 4,500 feet, Sedona is known for stunning red rock formations and natural beauty in every direction, the ideal destination for spending time outdoors. Hiking among the hills and surrounding forest, fishing in Oak Creek, rock climbing, horseback riding, and rafting are just a few ways to appreciate the Sedona wilderness. Take a Jeep tour through canyons and rugged hills, perhaps to experience the magic of a vortex, reputed to be places of energy or power. Browse the cobblestone paths of Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, modeled after a traditional Mexican village, featuring art galleries, specialty shops for sculptures, ceramics, paintings, weavings, clothing, and gifts. L’Auberge de Sedona is the place to relax with panoramic red rock views and al fresco dining at Cress on Oak Creek.”
Posted: October 5, 2020
Fourth of July Sedona Itinerary
This 4th of July we invite you to make your own fireworks. Read on for a curated itinerary highlighting local activities to enhance your Sedona experience.
Architectural Digest: “6 Destination Hotels Near National Parks”
Architectural Digest highlighted L’Auberge de Sedona calling out the property as the closest luxury resort when visiting the Grand Canyon.
Finding Inspiration, Creekside
Linda Goldenstein of Goldenstein Gallery curates the art installations and uniquely interactive art activities at L’Auberge de Sedona. Focused on creating memorable experiences through interaction and discovery, Goldenstein’s exhibits and programming are designed to allow guests to connect with the property, Sedona’s exciting art scene and each other in authentic ways.