Sedona, Arizona Luxury 'The Ridge' Resort Condo

Diamond's - The Ridge on Sedona Resort!
Sedona, AZ

Overview

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1.5
Sleeps 4
Per night $115
Per week $805
Type: Condo
Description of the Sedona vacation condo rental
Surrounded by the distinctive red rock formations of the Southwest, you can perfect your game on the 18-hole golf course at The Sedona Resort directly adjacent to our resort. Leisures abound at this retreat where swimming pools & jacuzzis await!

Whether you’re hiking or exploring the splendor of Oak Creek Canyon and the desert vistas via a Jeep® tour, you'll look forward to returning to the comforts awaiting you at The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort. Spend the day experiencing a dream vacation and the evenings nestled in your suite that offers all of the comforts of home coupled with all of the luxuries of an amazing resort destination!

General Room Amenities:
~Air Conditioning
~Alarm Clock
~Ceiling Fans
~Dining Room Table
~Fireplace
~Flashlight
~Handicap Accessible Units
~Heating/Air Conditioning
~Iron and Ironing Board
~King Bed
~Sofa Sleeper
~Safe
~Telephone
~Voicemail
~Wi-Fi (Charge)

Disabled Access:
~Grab Bars
~Lowered Counters
~Raised Toilets
~Roll-in Shower
~Shower Seats

Bathroom Amenities:
~Amenity Kit
~Garden Tub
~Hair Dryer
~Walk-in Shower

Entertainment:
~DVD Player
~iPod Dock
~Television: Cable

Accommodation Details:
~Maximum Occupancy: 4
~Full Kitchen
~Blender
~Coffee Maker
~Cooking Utensils
~Dishes
~Dishwasher
~Dishwasher Detergent
~Microwave
~Oven
~Refrigerator
~Silverware
~Stove
~Toaster

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Area Info
Veritably and relatively still untouched by man, Sedona seems to be the Earth’s own conception of perfection. Grand red rocks extend upwards as natural skyscrapers, while clear waters flow in streams around them. Communities of people have been drawn to the grace and trans formative qualities of Sedona for millennial. Native Americans thrived in the area before the arrival of Europeans, and now both international visitors and national citizens are taking advantage of the stunning city. Sedona often serves as a spiritual retreat for thousands, while others come for the wealth of outdoor recreational opportunities.

Area Attractions:
~The Lowell Observatory serves as a research institution for myriads of astronomers who have lead to the discoveries of Pluto, insight into the properties of stars, & far more. The Steele Visitor Center allows for laypeople & science buffs to enjoy telescope viewing, multimedia shows, & exhibits.

~Both single and multi-day outdoor opportunities may be found with CenterFocus! Go climbing, canyoneering, Grand Canyon hiking, & backpacking to the cerulean waters of Havasupai, or elect to learn about the Native American ruins surrounding the area.

~Take to the relaxation of fishing Sedona’s waters after a day of hiking or exploring! Sedona Fly Fishing Adventures is the sole locally owned & licensed Fly Fishing Guide Service by the National Forest Service and Arizona Fish & Game, ensuring that all customers receive top-shelf guides & adventure.

~Sedona Sacred Earth Tours are pilgrimage-oriented and educational hikes and journeying through Sedona, Grand Canyon, Hopi, and Navajo Reservations.

~Considered Sedona’s “scenic little gem,” the Canyon Mesa Country Club is a
Triple A-rated executive par 3 golf course. Incorporated seamlessly into the red rocks of Sedona!

~Founded in 1988 by Dean and Prayeri Harrison, Out of Africa Wildlife Park is the perfect family outing. There are daily shows and an African Bush Safari included in the general admission. In addition, African Photo Safaris are held with the park guides, who allow guests to greet the animals!

~Located in Williams, Arizona, the Bearizona Wildlife Park is a drive-thru experience for the whole family.

~Nestled in Arizona’s wine country—Verde Valley—is the Cliff Castle Casino Hotel. Live poker, Vegas-style blackjack, and slots are all to be had for a day or night of high-octane entertainment.

~The Javelina Leap Vineyard & Winery is found in the picturesque, historical valley Page Springs. The volcanic mountain provides a home to Javelina Leap, making for a wonderful vista of the Oak Creek greenbelt and Audubon Bird Sanctuary.

~The historic town of Jerome was built on the side of Cleopatra Hill and once served as a deposit copper, gold and silver. On the tours, experience this history with the "Wickedest Town in the West.”
Property Rates
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Jan 01 2014 Dec 31 2015 $115 $115 $805 - 2 nights
Deposits: A deposit of 20% is due at the time of booking. The balance is due no later than 30 days before check in. If you are traveling inside of 30 days from the time of booking, full payment is due AT the time of booking.
Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, PayPal
Other Fees: Standard Cleaning Fee: $40.00
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