The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort isn’t actually in Sedona but a few short miles away. This resort isn’t particularly large; as I’m told, part of it is residential however it’s very beautiful with an amazing view of the red rocks. The landscape and the decor are nice. I’m also told there are some units that still needs to be updated however; I was extremely happy my unit; 1305; was very updated. It was nice size studio, with a very comfortable bed, flat screen television, dvd player, an iHome Audio alarm clock docking station, a new pull out sofa, a modern updated bathroom, dishwasher and a small table that sits off from the kitchen area. The location is great because you are not far from many things in Sedona but I will warn you there are also light restrictions in Sedona; so there are no street lights and it is VERY dark at night. I live in the New York Tri State area where the city never sleeps so I will say; driving to the resort from Phoenix, 2 hours, was pretty interesting! I had no problems from the time of check-in, which was ~ 9pm to the concierge. At the completion of check in, most of the restaurants were closing or closed but the concierge tried feverishly to help get us something to eat. We would dear not, to attempt to drive those dark streets looking for food. Fortunately, Domino’s is good from just about anywhere, they delivered. There is Wi-Fi access in the rooms however it comes with a cost but I was able to find a free signal, not sure from where, that allowed me to check my yahoo account and ESPN. There are two computers to use at the guest service building that has internet and printing capability; up to 20 minutes per guest. There is a small 24 hour fitness center on-site in addition to a small activities room that provides free books and games however the DVD rental cost is 2.15/day. The guest can also use the Bar-B-Q Grills on site. There are two swimming pools; one larger than the other. The hot tube is not conveniently located next to the larger swimming pool which I thought was extremely odd. You literally have to walk across a street and down many steps, make a few turns and there it’s hiding. Weird! Outside of the resort being beautiful and situated in a great location, there really isn’t much to do which makes my review very tough. I would definitely return for comfort, peace & quiet and maybe a little golf but unless there is an overhaul in activities, I do not plan on doing anything else there. I reluctantly rate this resort a 3 ½ Star but if they provide more activities, I can see it being a 4 1/2 - 5 star.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Golf Digest gives a big thumbs up on this spectacular and challenging course. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ridge On Sedona Golf Hotel Sedona
- Ridge On Sedona Hotel
- Ridge On Sedona Resort
- Ridge Sedona Golf Resort