Sedona is known for its chiseled red rocks rising out of the Sonoran Desert. Two iconic sandstone formations, Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte, are visible from the A-frame chalets of Red Agave Adventure Resort. Inside each freestanding, two-story chalet, you'll find flat-panel cable TVs and free WiFi. The kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, electric range, oven, and a microwave, as well as plates, cups, and various utensils. The chalets are clustered around a spacious central courtyard, which features a heated in-ground pool and two hot tubs. Come nightfall—weather permitting—the fire pit crackles to life with a glowing campfire as guests munch on s'mores and sing folk ditties in harmony with coyote howls.
TripAdvisor recently named Sedona the second-best spot in the world to catch a gorgeous sunset. Visitors can experience the beauty firsthand as they hike and bike across trails surrounding dramatic rock formations, such as Cathedral Rock. Then, after a long day of activity, they can relieve sore muscles at one of Sedona's many spas. About 5 miles from the resort, in the heart of Sedona, lies Tlaquepaque Village, a collection of 40 art galleries, shops, and small eateries designed after a small Mexican village.