This is the second time we stayed at Sedona Summit. We liked it so much that we brought our daughter and her family with us this time. The resort is at the edge of town, away from the chaos of the downtown. We are not Diamond owners, but our request of a first story unit was honored. The accommodations were fantastic, affording privacy even with six people. It had been renovated since the last time we were there. No view, but could walk out the door, and those gorgeous red hills were right there. Several swimming pools were available, as well as "adult only" areas. We barbecued one night on their grills. As for other advantages: there's a great hiking trail right behind the resort and great places to jog. I had a minor medical problem, and the ER was a block away. It took me 30 minutes to get in, treated, and out. Safeway a couple of blocks away, as well as a post office. Restaurants expensive, but go to nearby Cottonwood if you want reasonably priced food, especially Mexican. Went to Casa Bonita there. Really good food. If you are a pizza fan, though, try Picazzo in Sedona. It's expensive but worth it. Their pizza is really an art. Day trips out abound, from fish farms, to wineries, to Anasazzi ruins, to ghost towns, to.... Lots to do! Don't forget that the Grand Canyon is but a day trip out. On the negative side: being springbreak, the hot tubs got lots of use. One of them was questionably healthy-looking. I avoided that one. Count your towels at the mid-week room servicing. (They charge you $25 per towel if any are missing.). The housekeepers forgot to replenish 4 towels. When we went to the front desk to get new ones, however, there was no problem. Everything you read about the timeshare people is correct. They do show you the "wowy-kazowy" rooms which the Diamond people gets, so that immediately makes you feel like your present accommodations are second-class. They advertize "no pressure," but we went through 4 or 5 people before they would accept "no." Not a problem for us. We knew what we were getting into when we signed up. We've been to worse!
Basically, we liked the Sedona Summit, and we'll probably stay there again. If you want ritzy living, go someplace else. If you want nice accommodations in a great location, the Summit is the place to go.
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- Also Known As:
- Sedona Summit Hotel Sedona
- Summit Sedona
- Sunterra Resort Sedona Summit
- Summit Resort Sedona