Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Sedona, Sedona Summit Resort is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants, Sedona Summit Resort makes it easy to enjoy the best of Sedona.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Sedona Summit Resort features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and newspaper. In addition, as a valued Sedona Summit Resort guest, you can enjoy a pool and barbeque facilities that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Unity of Sedona (1.1 mi) and Oak Creek Canyon (1.8 mi), guests of Sedona Summit Resort can easily experience some of Sedona's most well known attractions.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Szechuan Restaurant, which is a Chinese restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you are interested in exploring Sedona, check out a , such as 911 Memorial.
Sedona Summit Resort is sure to make your visit to Sedona one worth remembering.
There were so many things that bothered me on this stay. The main thing is the check in and check out times. Check in 4 p.m., check out 10 AM. Then they came and knocked on my door at 9:45 to see if I was ready for them to leave so that they could clean the room. I thought standard check in and check out was 11 AM and 3 PM. They’re taking a whole quarter of a day out of my stay with their times. Also... There was no cell reception in our room and the wifi only worked for a few minutes at a time! So frustrating. The whole resort needs a facelift. Two of their workers on their golf carts cut me off while driving. The hot tub is so disgusting. Looked like pea soup and had film all over the top. Definitely needed a cleaning. Not sure where they applied my "resort" feel.
I want a clean room, a bed and a shower. I got that. I reserved through Priceline. They did not mention an extra $18 "Resort Fee" (which did not include destination charging, a newspaper or a breakfast or anything of value) or the hard sell for a time share (When I checked in, I was told to see the "concierge" for a "Welcome packet" which turned out, if you decline a timeshare pitch, to be a 15% coupon for three local restaurants.), or the delay in releasing a $300 hold on my credit card, or how I had to respond to two text messages to get into my room. Again, the room was fine - Diamond Resorts, not so much.
My husband and I stopped in Seonda for 2 days, 1 night to hike a few trails. We Priceline a studio room and got it for $90 (including taxes and the resort fee). It was one of the best rooms I've ever stayed in! Clean, spacious, and had one of the best night sleeps. I would definitely stay here again if I can get the bargain deal again!
the room was fantastic with amazing views of the red rock. all was clean with no mid-week or weekend clean-up with a two-week stay. location is close to dry creek road but a way from downtown. the downside was the horrible internet. it was off more than it was on. very comfortable and the washer dryer in the room was very convenient. i kept the same room for my two-week stay which was great. i usually have to move.
Great price for what you get. Nice rooms and reasonable clean. Beds were comfortable. Pool area and grounds were well kept. The microwave in our room did not work. The smoke detector battery died on our second day so it started chirping. The battery was dated so we knew it had not been changed for six years. The one big complaint I have about the place is when you go to book a room online at the last minute they add a resort fee of $16 per day. Seem like it would be more honest to make that known right up front or just include it in the room price. Overall I would go back.