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!
BEWARE…this is not a hotel…it’s an apartment complex that uses the HYATT name…you will get no help with your luggage…your room will not be cleaned daily and your bed will not be made. The rooms are dark…a few have a view…rooms are hard to get to,usually through 2 flights of stairs. The Staff is not very friendly.
Came as a platinum owner of another diamond hyatt property, my room was a studio with an attached occupied unit separated by a door facing the pool after I requested a high floor with a mountain view. In the middle of my stay one family left, and the next one was in the same afternoon with linen and garbage left at the door. Although shown a paper reflecting the property was 90% full. The parking lot didn't reflect it, and some units were being worked on by maintenance and/or contractors. During supposedly an owner update, Steve tried to get me to convert to the new point system for an additional $20k and 1100 annual dues minimum to convert to the Portfolio program. Which offers greater flexibility in booking, hides true available units to Legacy Hyatt owners (which is why I got a terrible room) and wraps fees in annual dues now. Had me sign a document declining and then refused to provide copies of it after stating if I sold my timeshare, the new owner would have to pay an absorbent price if they wanted to get into this "better" program thereby reducing my current ownership value. Used all of the sales points originally promoted when I purchased to show what a bad deal it was and why I should now convert to the new flexible program. Corporate Darren, Steve's partner in the sham claimed he had no knowledge of what I signed after telling me he would use the document I signed to enter irrevocable information in the system which would impact me and any future owner. He then gave me 24 hours to "take advantage of the offer" and he even had a $1000 5 day 4 night package that if I purchased would reserve my ability for 18 mos to change my mind and still get Steve's great pricing and the amount paid would go toward's the purchase of the conversion to Portfolio. Steve was writing diagrams and crunching numbers, when I asked could I take it with me for decision-making of course that was out of the question. Darren blamed other sites for not informing me that this program was available since 2017, 2 years after my initial purchase. I wondered what the price would have been then? Yet after I failed to bite, Steve said eventually I would have to convert as Hyatt is going to a complete points only system after denying that the program would not change with Marriotts new ownership. Them he used the phone trade-in analogy to explain why as a current owner I couldn't get the new program for free as 97% of owners are converted. I guess I'm not paying enough in HOA dues that increase every year to be valued. No confidence of truth throughout the entire presentation. I still have not received a copy of what I signed after two request. This after being told by Darren, it would be immediately taken care of. They seem to want legal involved.…
Stayed in a 1BR condo over the first half of Memorial Day weekend. Starting to get a little dated but overall well appointed and kitchen was pretty well stocked with pans and plates. Nice jetted tub too. However the parking lot is consistently full as it's shared with the shopping center in the same pad. Sedona was starting to get absolutely packed so parking was actually kind of hard to find during the day. The upshot of course is that you're very close to restaurants in the touristic downtown. Pool was a little small but had a nice view of the red rocks. When I stayed there was still social distancing rules so didn't bother with the reservations of the gym or anything. Plus you're in Sedona, why go to a gym when you can just go hike the red rocks.
We spent a week at this resort. I requested a higher room with a view, but was told that these were reserved for their timeshare owners. This is reasonable, but the resort did not seem to be at full capacity during our stay. Our ground floor unit was gotten to by walking up a hill on a sidewalk and then down stairs to get to the unit. Our view was of the roadway where parking was located with a small bit of the red rock hills in the distance. The room was clean. The bed very comfortable. The living room furniture was a bit uncomfortable and several in our party had to place bed pillows behind our backs to be more comfortable. The kitchen was well stocked with dishes. There was one frying pan, but it was not a nonstick pan. Materials in the room said to call for a nonstick pan. We did and it was delivered very timely. We also had to call for foam pillows since the beds had feather pillows. The rooms are rather dark as lighting is very poor. You cannot stream from your mobile devices to the TV which seemed very outdated for a resort like Hyatt. The pool area has a beautiful view of the red rock formations. The pool personnel did a great job of sanitizing the chairs making you feel safe. The ease of walking to the downtown shops and restaurants were a plus with my wife. Overall, our stay was very enjoyable.…
Ugly: I planned to give this a one dot just based on the most filthy, disgusting curtains I’ve ever seen. Please, General Manager, go to room 1721A and look at those curtains. I refused to go barefoot for fear of what the carpet must be like and refused to sit on the couch and chairs for the exact same reason. I really can’t believe I didn’t just leave. Absolutely unacceptable for a Motel 6 or Dave’s Dump, let alone a Hyatt. The room is dark with terrible lighting and in need of serious renovations. I do not blame housekeeping. They appear to have done a decent job with what they have. Good: The highlight here is clearly a great pool, multiple hot tubs and exercise room, all with beautiful views. These are very worthy of a four or five star property. Also, the fridge, teeny tiny microwave, toaster and coffee maker are all new or newer. The kitchenette couldn’t be smaller, but was adequate for preparing a continental breakfast or reheating leftovers. The outdoor patio furniture seems reasonably clean as well. The bed wasn’t new, but was acceptable. All of this made me up my rating to a two, maybe three dots. Bad: Room far walk to pool area. No views. Looking on parking area and people looking in at you. If you keep the curtains closed, it is darker than a cave and more dingy than a dungeon. We used free nights and I would not use them here again. Hyatt time share people got the good rooms, assuming any exist. If they cleaned up the fabrics (carpet, furniture, curtains), this place has a lot to offer, but my two main demands for any stay is safety and cleanliness and this property ranks at the bottom for the latter. …