Enchantment Resort

525 Boynton Canyon Rd., Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States
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Very Good (3.5 out of 5.0) 7 reviews
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poor customer service, so many better places

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 27, 2014

We had the most measured expectations coming into staying at this place for spring break. It was one week, no specific plan other than to relax and enjoy the beautiful views with our 2 kids (3 & 8yo). It was ~$500 dollars a night but we figured a splurge would be worth it to have a carefree and relaxing visit. We asked specifically if our room would have a view and were told that it did. Upon arrival we checked into a casita that looked out onto a parking lot and bushes. It was one large room with no fridge, a real challenge for 2 adults and 2 kids. We called the front desk and were told there was nothing else they could switch us to. We finally arranged to switch into 2 adjoining rooms with a view 3 days into our trip and pay the additional expense (Adding many hundreds of dollars onto our total cost). At no point throughout this experience did the management (Ricardo and Morgan) offer anything additional to make up for the problems we encountered. A five dollar gift card to the bar would have made a difference. It was clear they just DO NOT CARE IF PEOPLE ARE SATISFIED. We’ve got the rocks, love it our leave it…. They even tried to charge us for a minifridge. Because wifi and cell service doesn’t work here we were limited in finding additional accommodations and ended up giving up and staying. In addition to this, we would leave from 9-3pm and come home to find our room unmade. Other issues: inattentive staff at restaurants, strangers in cowboy hats walking into our room, and leaking shower. The views are great in the surrounding areas but you don’t need to stay here to enjoy them. SKIP THIS PLACE overpriced, inattentive, house of blah!!! Thanks for making our vacation much more difficult than it should have been.

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poor service, so many better places to stay

Terrible (1.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 27, 2014

We had the most measured expectations coming into staying at this place for spring break. It was one week, no specific plan other than to relax and enjoy the beautiful views with our 2 kids (3 & 8yo). It was ~$500 dollars a night but we figured a splurge would be worth it to have a carefree and relaxing visit. We asked specifically if our room would have a view and were told that it did. Upon arrival we checked into a casita that looked out onto a parking lot and bushes. It was one large room with no fridge, a real challenge for 2 adults and 2 kids. We called the front desk and were told there was nothing else they could switch us to. We finally arranged to switch into 2 adjoining rooms with a view 3 days into our trip and pay the additional expense (Adding many hundreds of dollars onto our total cost). At no point throughout this experience did the management (Ricardo and Morgan) offer anything additional to make up for the problems we encountered. A five dollar gift card to the bar would have made a difference. It was clear they just DO NOT CARE IF PEOPLE ARE SATISFIED. We’ve got the rocks, love it our leave it…. They even tried to charge us for a minifridge. Because wifi and cell service doesn’t work here we were limited in finding additional accommodations and ended up giving up and staying. In addition to this, we would leave from 9-3pm and come home to find our room unmade. Other issues: inattentive staff at restaurants, strangers in cowboy hats walking into our room, and leaking shower. The views are great in the surrounding areas but you don’t need to stay here to enjoy them. SKIP THIS PLACE overpriced, inattentive, house of blah!!! Thanks for making our vacation much more difficult than it should have been.

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One of the World's Most Amazing Spa Resorts

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 20, 2008

Mii Amo is an amazing spa resort located on the Enchantment property, which sits in a beautiful valley surrounded by Arizona's red-rock country. If you stay at Mii Amo, your stay will most likely be combined with access to the Mii Amo spa resort where you will enjoy world-class spa amenities, exemplary customer service and contemporary healthy cuisine - great tasting food. According to miiamo.com "Mii amo takes its name from the Native American word for Journey...reflecting the life-enhancing experience of achieving a transformation in physical health, emotional well-being and spiritual renewal." I'd have to say, from personal experience, that the resort definitely embodies its name.

Unique Quality: I would highly recommend Mii Amo to anyone visiting Sedona and looking for an exquisitely rejuvenating, natural and refined resort experience. Staying there is not cheap, far from it - but it's totally worth it!

I stayed in a lovely casita, which was far from standard. The amenities included:
- A gorgeous bedroom
- A sitting area
- Plenty of closet space
- Flat screen TV
- A south-western style fire place
- A private patio
- A modern full-size bath with a large ceramic tub, double sinks and a vanity mirror

But the true Mii Amo magic is in the details...
Waiting in my room, upon check in, was a welcome package with:
- A list of all the complimentary resort activities and times
- Complimentary water and a few gifts including a re-usable active water bottle, a robe and accompanying slippers
- They also suprised with chocolate-covered strawberries

And additionally,
- My room was made every morning and turned over for the evening
- Plus, every night there was a new gift waiting for me - a journal, then a leather travel tag

I stayed at Mii Amo as part of a spa package, which included spa services and all my meals. But if you're not interested in the spa portion of Mii Amo you can still check out the Enchatement Resort. The two properties work together.

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An unforgettable experience ....

by written on February 20, 2007

Unique Quality: Enchantment Resort

----- quote from their website -----
An unforgettable experience

Surrounded by the majestic red rock formations of Northern Arizona's Boynton Canyon, Enchantment Resort combines luxury with rugged grandeur inspired by Native American culture which is honored every day through the resort's Native American Program. The resort's adobe casita-style accommodations offer world-class comforts amid its pristine 70-acre setting.

Enchantment Resort, in Sedona, is 110 miles north of Phoenix. At the heart of Arizona's 'Red Rock Country,' the Coconino National Forest, replete with archaeological rarities and rich Southwestern history, borders the property. An altitude of 4,600 feet ensures that even the hottest Arizona weather is within the comfort zone.

Directions: In Sedona, is 110 miles north of Phoenix.

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Enchanted Adobes

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 27, 2005

As I mentioned before, this place provides all the comforts one could ask for. Anyone going to Sedona would have a hard time finding somewhere more comfortable, romantic, and beautiful than the Enchantment Resort.

Unique Quality: Instead of having one large clunky resort complex, Enchantment provides guests with a sprawling landscape of Adobe shaped cottages. They fit in perfectly with both the surrounding countryside and the area's Native American heritage.

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Enchanted Location

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 27, 2005

Service is second to none. Each room has a fireplace, which, even in the hot Arizona summers, is a nice amenity. Large glass enclosed showers and an extremely homey feel.

Unique Quality: The Enchantment Resort is in an absolutely gorgeous location. Tucked amidst the red rock canyons of Sedona, every direction provides a serenity that only this part of the country can provide. The picture contains a view just outside of the door of our little Adobe home away from home.

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Luxury in Boynton Canyon

by written on August 26, 2002

Instead of hotel rooms, the resort features individual casitas and suites with views of the canyon from each suites private balcony. The casitas are spread out throughout the property and there is a paved path connecting the casitas to the main building where the restaurants are located. Due to the lighting ordinance in Sedona (or so I was told) the path is not lit. Flashlights are provided for walking in the evenings. The lack of light makes it easier to see the stars at night, so, whatever the reason for the darkness, its worth checking out the view.

Unique Quality: in addition to the casitas and great views, the Resort's proximity to Boynton Canyon makes it ideal for hiking. Also, the new Mi Amo spa is rated one of the world's best.

Directions: 5 miles west of Sedona on Dry Creek Road

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Address: 525 Boynton Canyon Rd., Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States

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Amenities at Enchantment Resort

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Free Parking
  • Business Services
  • Kids Activities
  • Free High Speed Internet
  • Kitchenette
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Beverage Selection
  • Spa

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