Hi friends! We’ve settled back at home after our trip to Sedona, Arizona. We had an amazing time and am happy that we brought the sunshine back to Park City with us! I wanted to do a little recap of where we stayed and what there is to do in Sedona.
We stayed at the Enchantment Resort. It was sooo relaxing, and we were surrounded by the canyons so the views were incredible. We had a very lowkey stay and mostly relaxed and enjoyed time by the pool. Plus I was able to shoot lots of content for y’all… check out part 1 and part 2 of the looks I wore while on vacation to inspire you for summer time.
The resort is very family friendly… the boys made friends to hang out with at the pool which was great for them. They weren’t bored while Mark and I soaked up the sun! The resort also has a spa called Mii Amo, which offers massages, facials, and body scrubs. Perfect for a little self-care and indulging while on vacation.
The food at the resort was amazing too! So good that we mostly stayed there for meals. We dined at Che Ah Chi, which uses the freshest local ingredients and at Tii Gavo, which was southwestern inspired (my fave!). But if you are heading to Sedona soon, these were the top 3 most recommended restaurants in town. We will have to go back and try them!
- Mariposa Latin Inspired Grill has incredible panoramic views of the Red Rocks with delicious Latin-inspired cuisine. The menu features fresh seafood, grilled meats, and creative vegetarian options.
- Elote Cafe is an upscale Mexican restaurant that is a favorite among locals and visitors alike. The menu includes classics such as tacos and enchiladas, as well as unique dishes like duck confit tamales and poblano chile relleno.
- Cress on Oak Creek is a fine dining restaurant that features French-inspired cuisine with a focus on local and seasonal ingredients. The restaurant also offers an extensive wine list featuring local and international selections.
There is lots of hiking to do in the area and the town of Sedona is super cute with little boutique shops and art galleries. One thing we didn’t get to was the Jeep tours. The resort offered Jeep tours to check out some of the more remote areas of Sedona. Sommer has also visited Sedona and recommends the Pink Jeep tours.
Sedona was the perfect trip for us to relax and get plenty of sun after a long winter. There are so many outdoor activities to do as well which makes it a great destination for a little fun and to recharge.