Enchantment Resort Debuts Renovations

Enchantment Resort in Sedona, Arizona will debut the third and final phase of a $25 million property-wide renovation By: Janet Martin
Boynton Canyon's Enchantment Resort in Sedona just completed a multimillion dollar renovation. // (c) 2012 Enchantment Resort in Sedona
Boynton Canyon's Enchantment Resort in Sedona just completed a multimillion dollar renovation. // (c) 2012 Enchantment Resort in Sedona

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After spending $11 million dollars to refurbish all of the hotel's 218 guestrooms and $4 million to expand the resort's onsite Meeting Village, the Enchantment Resort in Sedona, Ariz. will be home to a brand new Clubhouse and pool area as well as renewed restaurants, boutiques and outdoor areas.

The newly renovated Clubhouse will include a fireplace, relaxing lounge spaces where guests can unwind or socialize, and the resort's collection of original works of southwestern art displayed throughout. Integrated into the design of the new Clubhouse are historic elements from the original private residence that once sat onsite and still serves as the building's foundation including 14-inch thick adobe bricks from San Luis, Mexico, which mirror the shade of red found in the sandstone cliffs of the canyon; ceiling beams made of Douglas Fir featured throughout the space and sliding glass walls which offer unobstructed views of the surrounding area.

Other renovations consist of a new signature restaurant and a casual dining restaurant called Tii Gavo. The pool has been enlarged and refurbished with more seating, and was raised ten feet for 360-degree views of Boynton Canyon.

"We're pleased to debut the final phase of this resort-wide renovation, which showcases our deep commitment to our guests, the natural environment and Native American traditions," said Mark Grenoble, President of Enchantment Group. "The concept behind the design is to bring the outdoors in and create open-air spaces while reshaping the resort guest experience to better meet the needs of today's sophisticated guests."

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