Roving I Recap: Sedona Rouge - Approachable Luxury in Red Rock Country

Sedona Rouge
Our second trip to Sedona in two years was a bit last minute - booked, bought and paid for after a discussion (with wine) on a Friday night last fall. Flights secured, my search shifted to finding suitable accommodations. After scouring my trusted sites for last minute deals, I found a bargain at the Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa.

It's convenient location on Highway 79A had me a bit worried that the road noise would travel, but checking in, I knew I had booked the right place. Our room was located near the back of the property and it was spacious and tastefully decorated with Moroccan touches. The shower was positively enormous. And the view, as in most of Sedona, was jaw-droppingly spectacular. 
Sedona Rouge Spa Suite Room
Daily yoga classes (I almost made it to one!), full-service spa, heated pool and rooftop fire pit make a stay at any time of year even more comfortable. Reds, an upscale restaurant located on the property next to the main office serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. (We very much enjoyed our meal there our last night in town.)
Sedona Rouge Courtyard
Returning to the Sedona Rouge each day with red rock dust covering our shoes after hiking, after winery visits with more wine in hand and after filling mid-winter dinners, we felt very much at home. And the knowledge that we would be waking up to a view of Thunder Mountain made falling asleep that much easier.
Sedona's Stunning Red Rock Views


I'm Jenn said...

Haha, I have totally booked a trip after a nice evening with some wine. Went to Tahoe a week after one of those nights once. ;)

Jules8 said...

Hi Jenn-
I've discovered that wine is a great way to make any trip seem possible. So I keep drinking it!

ajax said...

If I remember correctly, our trip to Hawaii was first discussed after a bottle (or two?) of wine. If wine = travel I will keep drinking it too!

Jules8 said...

Hi Ajax - Thanks for stopping by. Cheers!

Meghan said...

Many of my holidays have been booked after wine! It both sounds and looks like the perfect holiday!

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