Mystical Golf In Sedona, Arizona
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Just 90 miles north of Phoenix, or five-hours southeast of Las Vegas, Sedona, Arizona is a great way to escape pressures of city, or just compliment your vacation itinerary on way to Grand Canyon! This is a place where beauty is valued — aesthetics, nature, and earth
With a semiarid landscape of rolling hills, leading to dramatic mountains, plateaus and peaks with abundant vegetation and color, red rock soil and 24/7/365 godly picturesque vistas, Sedona premiers as a world class destination with a medicament touch. Especially at sunset, many novice and professional photographers stop along road to get ultimate "Arizona Highways" shot.
Flagstaff and Grand Canyon ramble off to north of Sedona, with golf meccas Phoenix/ScottsdClick For Golf Packageale, to south. Sedona offers an abundance of Native American arts and crafts and a complex of galleries featuring nationally acclaimed Western artists. There are many fine restaurants and other activities, including golf, fishing, health clubs, and a variety of shopping opportunities.
Hiking, off-road tours, hot air ballooning, trail rides, train rides, scenic plane rides, mountain biking and rainbow trout farm fishing are more of special family attractions in this sandstone butte garden country.
Don't be too hastened in your travel plans; at least 3-4 days are necessary to thoroughly see and enjoy all Sedona has to offer.
RADISSON POCO DIABLO RESORT
But you have plenty of free range around Radisson Poco Diablo Resort in Sedona, one of Old West's best values for a family vacation, a weekend getaway or a group function. No other Sedona resort comes close to what Poco Diablo (Little Devil) has to offer.
The Radisson Poco Diablo is close or contiguous to Chapel of Holy Cross, Shrine of Red Rocks, Tlaquepaque Arts/Craft Village, Oak Creek Canyon, in addition to shopping for arts, crafts and western wear.
Set on 22 acres of superlative super-abundant landscape, The Radisson is part of natural red rock, willow trees, streams, falls, and fountains. There is ample room for entire family. The hillsides are great places to hike.
Villas suites come with living rooms, fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, mini bars, coffee makers, small refrigerators, television w/video games and in-room movies, patio decks (open glass doors to a 9-hole, pitch and putt golf course). Other features include tennis, racquetball, game room, basketball, exercise room, playground, and eight meeting rooms available on-site. The interior decor of villas is simple, stylish, and with a Southwest flavor accented throughout. They have vaulted ceilings. Even headboard is made of post wood.