L’Auberge de Sedona is one of the Southwest’s foremost retreats nestled on the banks of Oak Creek in Sedona’s renowned Red Rock region. The resort features 61 newly renovated luxury cottages and 26 lodge-styled guestrooms with panoramic views of Sedona’s spectacular Red Rocks. On-site, the award-winning, Four Diamond Cress on Oak Creek serves French-inspired American cuisine, which complement the new Etch Kitchen & Bar, while L'Apothecary Spa offers luxurious treatments infused with natural ingredients.
Lodging Style and Amenities
A Garden Cottage with a juniper-scented wood-burning fireplace. A Creekside Cottage on the banks of Oak Creek. A Vista Suite that overlooks Sedona’s breathtakingly beautiful red rocks. A Creek House big enough for a family reunion. Following our extensive refurbishment, we now offer multiple Sedona accommodations types, from traditional Lodge Rooms to Spa Cottages. Most cottages come with fireplaces and cedar outdoor showers, and all cottages come with the amenities you’d expect, including sumptuous linens, down bedding, bathrobes and slippers, and nightly turndown service. In the mornings, help yourself to complimentary coffee and baked goods in the lobby, or join us for a free yoga class, daily duck feeding or evening stargazing session three times a week. Pets are also welcome in our Garden Cottages.
Seasons OpenAll Year
At L’Auberge de Sedona, we are pleased to provide numerous activities and services to enhance your stay. Enjoy complimentary coffee and baked goods every morning. Join us for our morning duck feedings on the creek, or take part in a complimentary yoga class. Three nights a week we offer stargazing sessions, where you can view Sedona’s famous dark sky with the aid of our expert astronomer and one of the most powerful telescopes in Northern Arizona. At L'Apothecary Spa, indulge in a facial or body treatment – or you may prefer our therapeutic creekside massage. And if you need a ride into town, just ask. We operate a fleet of cars that will transport you at your convenience without the hassle of driving and parking your own car. Sedona offers a wealth of unique shops and galleries.
If you want to explore Sedona further (and why wouldn’t you?), talk to our knowledgeable and helpful concierges. We’re happy to supply picnic lunches and maps of hiking trails, and we can arrange any number of adventures: Pink Jeep tours, vortex hikes, airplane rides, trips to the Grand Canyon, hot air balloon rides….well, you get the idea.
Arriving from the South:
Travel on I-17 North and take exit 298 onto Hwy 179 (Sedona/Oak Creek Canyon). Make a left. Proceed approximately 15 miles to SR 89A and then make a right. Directly north of the traffic loop entering Uptown Sedona, turn right onto L'Auberge Lane and follow the road down to the Arrivals Cottage.
Arriving from the North:
Travel on I-17 South and take the SR 89A (Sedona/Oak Creek Canyon) exit. Proceed approximately 25 miles to Sedona, through the Uptown area. You will pass L'Auberge Lane on your left, just before the roundabout. If you miss the left turn, follow the roundabout to return to Uptown Sedona. Make a right on L'Auberge Lane; follow the road down to the Arrivals Cottage.