Relaxing, Gorgeous and away from the Touristy Traps

Author: Antoniya Zorluer
| September 7, 2013
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My husband and I are a young couple in our 20s. We stayed in the Pyramid Suite over Labor Day weekend. The accommodations were beautiful and just as the pictures show. We made good use of the mini fridge and microwave, and had several meals on the private patio that’s equipped with a table and chairs. The suite is located a few minutes from Cathedral Rock, where we hiked and swam. It’s a 15-45 minute drive to restaurants and the other hikes we did, including Doe Mountain, Bell Rock/Courthouse Loop, West Fork and others that were across town or in a canyon. It’s not what I’d consider a central location, but driving wasn’t bad since the scenery is so beautiful. The suite had many guide books, maps and pamphlets filled with information about Sedona. Ken was very gracious and helpful as well; he gave us a mini tour via a map and print off of food and hiking suggestions. We’d stay here again.
Notes:
The Cathedral suite’s balcony is not completely private (shared stairs with Pyramid’s front entrance), but the Pyramid suite’s balcony is.
The Pyramid suite had beautiful decor, a soft bed and nice recliners, but the skylights/small windows without coverings made it difficult to sleep comfortably after 5:30 a.m. May not be a problem for some people, but we like to sleep in on vacation and couldn’t with the sun shining so bright directly on us. We used pillows to block out the light, but you might want to be creative and bring tinfoil or something.

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