• A One-Night Stay for Two in a Signature Room, Sundays through Thursdays ($149) or Fridays and Saturdays ($189)
• Breakfast for Two
• $75 Credit to the Amara Spa
• Combine Unlimited Vouchers for an Extended Stay
Large sandstone monoliths dominate the Sedona skyline, providing a striking backdrop for a desert town that lives as much of life outdoors as possible. The Red Rocks of Sedona ignite in fiery oranges and pinks in the light of sunrise and sunset, but this Arizona city has a lot more color where that came from. Originally inhabited by the Yavapai and Apache tribes, Sedona has since become a colony for artists, cowboys, and adventurers alike.
Amara Resort & Spa, recently renovated in 2012, is set beside Oak Creek in view of the surrounding mountains. In a traditional palette of red clay colors, the décor nevertheless departs from the Wild West motif in favor of a sleeker, more cosmopolitan style. All guest rooms offer pillow-top beds fitted with 300-thread-count Italian linens and balconies or patios with gorgeous views. The on-site spa beckons with a full menu of massages, facials, body treatments, and salon services, all performed with organic spa products for a holistic experience. At the resort's Hundred Rox Restaurant, diners can choose a table on the patio, where a fire pit wards off the chill and the sky glitters with stars.
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