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Sedona Summit Resort
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Reviewed November 16, 2012

My wife and I came here for her 50th birthday celebration. I received a call from Holly a couple of days prior to our arrival, asking about room preferences and any special occasions. When we arrived around 3pm on a Saturday, our room was ready....a one bedroom Mesa suite second floor. It was nice, renovated except for the cabinets which were white oak from the ninties, and maybe the pink corian counter in the bath. Now let me address the time share issue everyone talks about. Well, this is a timeshare property....owned by Diamond International. After check in, you will be directed to the concierge, who's job is to match your activity choices for your stay with any discounts they can offer as incentive to attend their sales pitch. We saved about $120 bucks on a jeep tour and holiday lighting event at Los Abriagos resort in town. If the money savings is of value to you for 3 hours of your time, then do it....if not, then don't. They offer a great product here.....but pricey. It is quality for sure....even all the service employees were exceptionally helpful.....the bedding is wonderful. Holly had sent over a birthday package for my wife after we had arrived....we were impressed with their hospitality for sure. We got a one bedroom unit second floor corner with great views of the red rocks off our balcony.....we truley enjoyed that. BBQ grills around make it easy to grill your own meal if you desire. Great markets close as well. We really enjoyed our time here and will return some day.....we traded using Interval to get here. Really enjoyed the pools around, they have "infinity jacuzis" that are cool......no regrets with our choice here.

Room Tip: We were in building 21.....outlying buildings can provide great views......
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Kenneth Q
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Reviewed November 15, 2012

We had a studio without a view. The unit was very clean with up to date appliances. We thought there was a king bed but only a queen so one of us got the pull out sofa. Would have liked a sheet of tours available while we were there. All in all a beautiful area to visit.

The Verde Valley train ride was awesome. My sister and I chose to take the first class car and it was worth the upgrade. Be siure to sit on the right side (table for two) you can see more of what they point out.

Room Tip: Ask for rooms with a view.
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank cehebard
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Reviewed November 15, 2012

We got this through Interval International as a Getaway for less than 300.00 for a week for a studio. We did not have a view, but we enjoyed our "little cave " for the solitude and place to rest after busy Sedona days. We were right next to the adult pool which was really nice. There was a lovely hot tub in this area. The kitchen was very convenient and well equipped. We made our breakfasts and could store leftovers in the fridge. There was no oven in the studio, just some burners. Also a microwave.

The Diamond people were pushing one of their new properties in Sedona, but we did not want to go to a presentation and they were nice about it.

I would return.

Room Tip: No food available on site.
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed November 10, 2012

This was our first trip to Sedona. Loved it there. The resort was very clean and comfortable. We had a one bedroom unit. The unit was quite large. Nice kitchen and had a washer/dryer in the unit. This is a timeshare. Liked that they have an adult only pool. Jose Bustamante and Hope at the front desk were quite helpful. Would definitely stay there again. The only bad thing is it's almost impossible to get a room with a view. They do not have very many rooms that have a view.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Carole S
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Reviewed November 10, 2012

Amazing, courteous service that began with a call from the concierge 3 days before check in to ask if we had any special requests or needs. Our suite was very nice, with quality linens, big quality towels, huge pool towels in the room, kitchen stocked well, with a dishwasher and soap provided, quality appliances and cookware and dishware. Fantastic tours available through the front desk, or independently. Beautiful pools, some adult only pools and jacuzzis. The views are amazing. It's quiet, on the edge of town, but only 2 miles from a large, well-stocked Safeway, and many delicious restaurants (our fav is now the Golden Goose). Every person on staff during our 7 day stay was superior and incredibly helpful and courteous. One of the best stays we've ever had anywhere. The only problem we had was the Internet connection was sluggish. About 100 TV channels available. The Grand Canyon is about 2 hours away. Oh, and their laundry rooms are free.

Room Tip: We would request a ground floor room next time rather than a second floor room - no elevators, so carrying up a week's worth of clothes (in the winter) and groceries are many trips up and down stairs.
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank annsmouch
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