Hyatt Residence Club Sedona, Pinon Pointe is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Sedona, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Sedona's most popular landmarks, such as Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village (0.4 mi) and McLean Meditation Institute (0.4 mi), Hyatt Residence Club Sedona, Pinon Pointe is a great destination for tourists.
As your “home away from home,” the resort rooms offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge while staying at Hyatt Pinon Pointe. In addition, Hyatt Residence Club Sedona, Pinon Pointe offers a pool and barbeque facilities, which will help make your Sedona trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Travelers looking to enjoy some oyster can head to Cress on Oak Creek or Thai Spices Natural Restaurant. Otherwise, you may want to check out a French restaurant such as Cress on Oak Creek, Rene at Tlaquepaque, or Etch Kitchen & Bar.
Should time allow, Main Street is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Sedona!
I am a long time hyatt member. Well over a million points. So excited about this property. Sedona the views. Exceptional This place is tired smelly and as old as grandpa old man We reserved a studio A joke. A bed too small No view No amenities Garbage Sorry Hyatt This property has aged out.
Stay here 2 night for family vacation. I stayed studio with 2 kids and my wife. I was little worried after I see some reviews, but it’s not that small and they have sofa bed as well. Pool and jacuzzi is nice clean and they have amazing view. We will comeback next year!
i loved this resort. first of all it is perfectly located right near town and you can walk to everything. there are even several restaurants and shops that are adjacent to the hotel parking lot so it feels like they are part of the hotel. just as a point of comparison some of the more expensive spa resorts were way off the main street. the one bedroom unit was really big, full kitchen, large living room. there was a private entry with a table and chairs outside. the pool and gym were great.
First, I’m a very experienced traveler and have stayed at this property several times because I’m a Globalist and this is the only Hyatt in Sedona where we are building a home. I realize Residence properties are different and don’t really prioritize or acknowledge Hyatt status, as is the case here, so I know that going in. If you stay here, know there is no flexibility, so be a rule follower. If you request an hour later checkout to go on an early morning hike and have time to shower and checkout, the answer will be No! Hand soap in the room? No! Keys programmed properly so you don’t have to return down the hill to get them to work properly? No! A dining table that was cleaned before my arrival? No! None of this, on its own, is a deal breaker but collectively, these little things add up to make a stay less then ideal. Hopefully, others are faring better. Literally, the desk clerk could have granted my request for a 1 hour late checkout to 11:00 AM and that small accommodation and act of customer service would have stood out and made all the other little negatives fade into the background. Even an explanation why it was not possible? Unfortunately, No!…
I exchanged into this resort through Interval International. It reminded me a lot of the Hyatt in Carmel, California. This resort is absolutely beautiful and it is nestled right in the middle of Sedona and you have great views of the mountains around you. We had a two bedroom room and I requested a room on the first floor because of the stairs. This hotel does not have elevators. They will absolutely help you with luggage and so forth but I did not want to deal with the stairs. As it is, we had five or six steps to get into our room which was OK. My only comment about this room is that while it was clean , the carpet was disgusting. I realized after the first day that the kids feet were just black dirty. I had to have them go into the shower and clean their feet before they came to bed. Then after that, the kids were wearing sandals while in the room this is not so bad but you know how kids are and they like to run around barefoot. Of course there is always the marketing meeting to try and get you to purchase a timeshare but I just told them I was not interested. Other than that it was a beautiful vacation for all of us.…
I’d give this place six stars if I could. This location is hands-down the most picturesque stay we’ve ever had. On a road trip from Tennessee to Sedona, then the Grand Canyon, Zion National Park, and finally to Salt Lake City then flying back home. Honestly, we want to skip all the rest and just stay here! The views are to die for, the weather is perfect (the rainy season keeps it under 95, and with no humidity it feels amazing). We are very grateful. We came and met some friend who flew in from Vegas, and the staff treated us better than we’d received in years. They moved us to where our rooms were attached, and went well above and beyond what reasonable accommodations could be expected. Even from a provider of Hyatt’s repute. We fully expect to come again, and maybe bring others along!…
The entry door and the sliding glass door were broken and the room had the feel of a dark narrow closet. The decor is outdated and bed seemed to have a hole in the middle. Walls were extremely thin and we could hear and smell our neighbors as they smoked skunk weed, all weekend. The coffee pot was also broken and the water went everywhere when we attempted to make coffee. I would agree with another review that said this is more like a motel. The toilet paper dispenser was wonky and broke during our stay. My husband got tools from his truck and fixed it himself. On the positive side, the view was beautiful and the proximity to shops and restaurants was a plus, within walking distance. In the future I will be booking an AirBnB where the competition and pride of ownership is still a contender. Super disappointed in Hyatt.…
This is a Hyatt Residence Club, which the staff will constantly remind you. Q: "Can I get a Globalist room upgrade?" A: "No, we reserve those rooms for our HRC members." Q: "I wasn't offered bottled water upon checkin and there is no water in the room, can I get a couple of bottles?" A: "This is a Residence club. We don't have bottle water at reception, but you can get one from the HRC Sales reception office." Q: "Is there a club lounge to get coffee?" A: "There is Starbucks next door"... etc. It became a running inside joke between my wife and I "No, this is a Residence Club." We stayed at this property three years ago and had a very nice 1 bedroom suite. It was clean and nicely decorated. This time we were given a small studio. It had a foul smell (like urine) and seemed in need of refurbishment. We asked for a spray to freshen up the smell. We were told the could not bring us a spray, but someone would come and spray the room. When the maintenance man came to spray the bottle was almost empty so he left the bottle of Febreze with us. The Febreze didn't do the job so we found a grocery store and bought a can of Lysol. The location is nice if you plan on spending time in the downtown tourist section of Sedona. You will be offered the opportunity to attend a sales pitch for the HRC timeshare product in return for some Hyatt loyalty points. We listen to the pitch three years ago, so we declined this time. Based on this experience I would not stay at another HRC. Our first visit three years ago was a positive experience, but even then it seemed like the property is really for the timeshare owners and hotel guests are an afterthought.…
The location is the main attraction for this property, since it is walking distance to many shops and restaurants. The other plus is that they have a nice pool with views. Our room had a very small kitchen too which was nice.The drawbacks were that the room was small and you could hear everything going on in the next room, even normal conversations or what they were watching on TV. They also didn't provide any room cleaning which I think was due to Covid...or understaffing. Overall, not up to the standards we would expect for the price or the Hyatt brand.
I was extremely disappointed with this property. Front desk staff was rather stand-offish and the room was very dated and in desperate need of renovations. No elevators and we felt like we were in a basement. They did not even have a restaurant of any kind on property! Lucky we got water and even then, had to grab it ourselves. Being a Hyatt Globalist meant nothing to this property! The way I see it, I wasted my points on this. It did have a very good location but that was all it had! If all Hyatt Residence Clubs are like this one-don’t waste your points or money on them.