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Choose from Four Options
- $219 for a two-night stay for up to four in a chalet, valid Sunday–Thursday, May 1–September 30 (up to a $438 value)
- $229 for a two-night stay for up to four in a chalet, valid Friday–Saturday, May 1–September 30 (up to a $458 value)
- $219 for a two-night stay for up to four in a chalet, valid Sunday–Thursday, December 1–January 31, 2013 (up to a $438 value)
- $229 for a two-night stay for up to four in a chalet, valid Friday-Saturday, December 1–January 31, 2013 (up to a $458 value)<p>
Red Agave Adventure Resort
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.