The two-bedroom time-share condo we shared with friends (actually a one-bedroom connecting to a studio) was spacious and clean, and the requested view from the one-bedroom living room balcony of the distant red rocks was very nice. The Hyatt location was excellent, adjacent to the little village of shops and restaurants, and a 2 mile drive into the city of Sedona to the nearest supermarket. A highlight was the Pink Jeep tour that picked us up at the Hyatt lobby.
We had been told before we arrived to expect to climb stairs to reach our 2nd floor unit (no elevator) which was fine. But what we hadn't expected, arriving at night, was that our walk from the parking area to the unit would be more like climbing our way through a Carl Escher drawing, blindfolded. Outside lighting was essentially non-existent, making the trek down a darkened maze of steep, shallow-stepped flights of concrete stairways, and around and up again through a darkened stairwell to our unit, extremely hazardous; and while also carrying luggage, coolers, etc. there is an accident just waiting to happen.
Inside the studio unit the lighting was abysmal. It was too dark in the bathroom and living area to apply makeup, even during daylight with the lighted make up mirror they provide. With all the lights on in the unit on a sunny day, the room was still darkened like a cave. I even needed a flashlight to read the thermostat.
Overall, the Hyatt was very good, though the glaring lighting issues are reflected in the value and room ratings.
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- Also Known As:
- Hyatt Pinon Pointe Hotel Sedona
- Hyatt Hotel Sedona
- Hyatt Hotel Pinon Pointe
- Sedona Hyatt