The city offers a full calendar of festivals and events to suit nearly any interest. If you’re planning a trip to Sedona this fall, here are some popular events to consider adding to your itinerary.
Whether you’re seeking an escape from the Phoenix heat or you simply want to enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Sedona at a time when there are fewer crowds, here are a few popular highlights to experience during the summer months.
At El Portal, we are passionate about providing guests and their pets with luxurious places to stay as they experience all that Sedona has to offer. [...]
If you are staying in Sedona and want to visit some of the most incredible places in Arizona—while still being able to retreat to the tranquility of the red rocks after a long day—here are five of the best day trips we’d recommend.
From the moment you enter El Portal, it’s clear that it is vastly different from any corporate hotel. From the windows framed in recycled 200-year-old wood to the Arts-and-Crafts-style furnishings found in each room, El Portal radiates a distinctive charm reminiscent of a bygone era. While most hotels are constantly remodeling and redecorating in an attempt to be trendier than the competition, Steve and Connie are always striving to make El Portal feel more authentic.
The Wave is a sandstone rock formation located in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, near the Arizona-Utah border. The Wave is a popular destination for hikers and photographers, and is considered to be one of the most photographed landscapes in the American Southwest.
Staying in Sedona offers the perfect alternative to staying near Grand Canyon National Park, allowing visitors to avoid the tourist congestion while accessing the Grand Canyon in less than two hours by car.
If you are seeking a destination to celebrate the magic of the season while enjoying mild weather, natural beauty, and fewer crowds than at other times of year, consider adding Sedona to your list.
Experience the Beauty of Fall in Arizona with Day Trips from Sedona like Horseshoe Bend Overlook and Antelope Canyon Slot Canyon
When considering top spots for wine growing, Arizona may not be the first place that comes to mind. However, with a climate comparable to Mediterranean wine regions, Arizona’s Verde Valley has been producing quality wines that have led oenophiles across the country to take notice. As the region continues to enjoy significant growth, now is an exciting time to explore the wonderful wineries of the Verde Valley.