Whether you’re looking to get some R&R; before the holidays begin or you just want to experience the wonders of the West, The Enchantment Resort is stunning between now and the new year. The skies above Sedona, Arizona are an amazing sapphire blue, the air is crisp and clean, and Enchantment itself is decked out with hundreds of blazing red poinsettias.
To celebrate the season of giving, from now to December 21, 2004, Enchantment is offering room rates as low as $195.00 per room during the week, $295.00 on weekends — a savings of over $100.00 per night.
During the season, Enchantment will offer a full spectrum of special activities to herald the start of the resort’s holiday traditions. Treats include “Wines to Celebrate the Holidays” wine tasting classes, Jingle Bell Cart Rides, visits from Santa and the annual reading of T’was the Night Before Christmas. Mii amo, a destination spa at Enchantment, will present its Peppermint Body Wrap as a holiday indulgence from December 18 – January 2, and Alok, a Zen Calligraphic painter, will be a Mii amo guest artist on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
A new activity of Enchantment’s to debut this holiday will be guided hikes to spectacular canyons to explore the flora, fauna, and history of Sedona. Of course, guests can enjoy all of the amenities of the resort, including spa treatments at Mii amo, named by Travel + Leisure magazine as one of the world’s top 10 destination spas. Sports anyone? Enchantment has seven championship tennis courts with special USPTA programs, five swimming pools, an outdoor whirlpool spa, a par-3 golf course and putting green, and a croquet lawn. Numerous hiking trails along the walls of Boynton Canyon allow for jaw-dropping scenery. Shopping for holiday gifts? Enchantment offers a nice selection of Southwest-inspired gifts, and the charming town of Sedona is known for its many art galleries and shops.
In addition to on-site amenities, guests may enjoy those available in Sedona, including two 18-hole championship golf courses, Jeep tours, horseback riding, two historic train rides, and mountain biking.


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