Arizona Resort Announces Renovation Details

Enchantment Resort, part of the Enchantment Group portfolio of properties in Sedona, Arizona, will debut the third and final phase of a $25 million property-wide renovation. On the heels of an $11 million refurbishment of all 218 guest rooms and a $4 million expansion of the resort's onsite Meeting Village, the resort will launch a completely transformed Clubhouse with new and reimagined restaurants; a larger pool area with 360-degree views of the canyon; new retail boutique and outdoor spaces. The transformation should be complete by spring.

The redesigned Clubhouse will feature historic elements from the original private residence that once sat onsite and still serves as the building's foundation (think 14-inch thick adobe brick from San Luis, Mexico, which we hear is the same shade of red in the sandstone cliffs of the canyon; ceiling beams made of Douglas Fir; and sliding glass walls).

A new signature restaurant will have two levels and glass doors open on to a verandah for top views. (We hear the wine cellar has over 2,000 bottles, and a wine bar will also be featured).

For more information, visit www.enchantmentresort.com.

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