When To Go
The best times to visit Sedona are from March to May and September to November when the temperatures are warm, but not overwhelmingly hot.
Sedona is 90 minutes from Phoenix and 28 miles from Flagstaff.
Things To Do
The L’Apothecary Spa is a wonderful oasis where you can blend your own bath soaks and body scrubs with elements found in and around Sedona, including rosemary, piñon pine, juniper, and more.
L’Auberge de Sedona partners with Sedona-based Goldenstein Gallery to create a bespoke artist in residency program. In addition to curating a collection of local artworks that can be enjoyed throughout the resort, this program offers guests the opportunity to interact with local artists working on their masterpieces right on property, whether it be within the welcoming
lobby or along the banks of the beautiful Oak Creek.
The resort offers a host of other activities including:
Morning Duck Feeding
• Sedona Geology & History Lecture
• Photographer’s Guided Walk
• L’Apothecary Spa
• Aromatherapy Informational
• Astronomer-Led Stargazing
• Forest Bathing
• Star Bathing
• Full Moon Meditation
• Sound Healing
• Nature/Fitness Hikes
• Painting Class
• Live Music