6 Dreamy Arizona Retreats You Can Escape To If You're Tired Of The City
It's time for some much needed pampering.
Sometimes, life in the city can get pretty exhausting. If you're looking for a place to escape to, we've found just the thing. This list of Arizona retreats is perfect if you're looking for somewhere to wind down and relax. They double as ideal honeymoon stays too.
Fromto , there's no shortage of dreamy resorts in the desert. Some of them are even kid and dog-friendly.
There are so manyyou can explore in the Grand Canyon State that you might never want to leave. And there are many nearby that you can enjoy too.
Whether you're an Arizona native or just passing through, this list of stays should be on your bucket list.
L' Auberge de Sedona
Price per night: From $320 a night
Address: 301 L'Auberge Lane, Sedona, Arizona
Why You Need To Go: Surrounded by red rock mountains, this resort features a creek + stunning views.
Amara Resort and Spa
Price per night: From $272 a night
Address: 100 Amara Ln, Sedona, Arizona
Why You Need To Go: You can plan ahere. With this package, you'll get a bottle of prosecco upon arrival.
Price per night: From $1,902 a night for two people (3-night minimum stay required)
Address: 525 Boynton Canyon Rd, Sedona, Arizona
Why You Need To Go: This retreat is perfect for an overdue honeymoon or anniversary. There's no price on love.
Sanctuary Camelback Mountain
Price per night: From $770 a night
Address: 5700 E McDonald Dr, Paradise Valley, Arizona
Why You Need To Go: Split the cost with your boo or BFFs for a dreamy city escape.
Price per night: From $515 a night
Address: 525 Boynton Canyon Road, Sedona, Arizona
Why You Need To Go: You'll get to relax + take in views of the red rock formations.
Price per night: From $546 a night
Address: 8351 North State Route 89A, Sedona, Arizona
Why You Need To Go: This creekside retreat is perfect for travelers looking to relax surrounded by nature.
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