Sedona attractions surround you
It’s easy to fall under Sedona’s spell, with jaw-dropping Red Rock sandstone monoliths as a constant backdrop, four mild seasons and an average of 278 sunny days a year. Some call Sedona spiritual. We call it unforgettable.
Kimpton Amara Resort & Spa is your home base for countless things to do in Sedona. Hike the Red Rocks. Explore petroglyphs created by Sedona’s indigenous people. Swoon over a breathtaking bronze sculpture. Shop stylish wardrobe options. Hit one of Sedona’s many festivals. Then celebrate your exploits with a latte or cocktail at one of the hip local cafes and bars. You set the pace, we’ll help you unwind when you return.
Claiming over 100 hiking trails within a 20-mile radius, Sedona is a year-round natural playground begging to be explored. Beyond hiking, there’s golf, mountain biking, Jeep tours, sliding down rocks and other open-air excursions that have your name all over them.
Arts and Culture
Imagination can’t help but thrive in Sedona. You’ll feel it in the regionally inspired music, film festivals, play readings, indigenous artifacts and art galleries too numerous to count.
Sedona’s trendy Uptown is a red stone’s throw away, but there’s also the equally fabulous Hillside Sedona and Tlaquepaque. Don’t try to pronounce that at home.
Everyone should experience this natural wonder at least once in their lives. Kimpton Amara Resort & Spa is only two hours from the Grand Canyon’s South Rim — in other words, too close to not visit.