Sedona Destination Wedding
March 27, 2019
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There is no place on earth like Sedona. Where energy transcends to create a sense of serenity and well-being, this dreamlike location is where you can feel the textured fabric of peace, which can only be created by nature.
The all-new contemporary design of L’Auberge de Sedona is nestled within the majestic and magical red rocks of Arizona. Next to the waters of Oak Creek, your once-in-a-lifetime event will organically mix with Mother Nature. Oak Creek flows alongside luxury vista cottages, suites and traditional lodge-style guest rooms. All offering spectacular views of the enchanting and pristine property spread out over 11 acres.
Every interaction is with the highly attentive staff who are eager to offer exceptional service (all tips included), whether it is for your intimate reception, vow renewal or even a romantic getaway to pop the question.
The new L’Apothecary Spa was specifically designed to turn off all outside distractions. The blending of local ingredients allows you to playfully customize and create lotions and potions. Begin your spa day with breathing exercises before your massage, allowing your body to respond to a blissful treatment.
Interested in experiencing all the elements of hiking? Contact Greg from The Hike House, who is one of Sedona’s foremost hiking experts. Look into wine tasting at the family-owned Page Springs Cellars winery, where custom wines are provided for the resort and where the artisan spring waters offer a thread of connectivity with L’Auberge de Sedona.
Choose from a casual meal in the recently opened Etch Kitchen & Bar, fine dining at Cress on Oak Creek with renowned Executive Chef Franck Desplechin or explore the brand new 89Agave, where an expert explains all the nuances of tequila.
If you want a once-in-a-lifetime experience in an unforgettable location, then the romantic L’Auberge de Sedona will offer you the opportunity to share the story of your love.
This article first appeared in Destination I Do’s Fall/Winter 2016 issue. You can order a copy here.