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L'Auberge de Sedona
  • Jul 9 2021
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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the closest international airport. Flagstaff Airport is a small airport about 45 minutes from our Sedona resort. United Airlines and American Airlines are the only airlines with service to Flagstaff, and typically a connecting flight is required.

Throughout July 2021, the L’Auberge Sense of Arrival (i.e. valet stand, parking area, porte cochere) will undergo an enhancement project during your stay. Throughout the project timeline, all hotel amenities, including restaurant and spa, will be open to guests of L’Auberge.

Check-in is 4:00pm daily and check-out is 11:00am daily. Should you plan to arrive before or after these times, please contact our front office at (855) 905-5745.

Unfortunately, we do not provide shuttle service from the airport to our resort in Sedona. However, we would be happy to assist in setting up transportation. Our concierge may be reached by email or phone at (855) 905-5745.

It is approximately two hours by car.

A 10% resort fee per night of your stay (minimum $25) will be added to cover all gratuities for the bell staff, valet, concierge, and guest services, as well as the following: daily guest activities (yoga, stargazing, duck feeding, etc.), local transportation, digital New York Times, and access to the fitness center, spa steam room, and lounge, as well as free local telephone calls, complimentary bottled water, and welcome beverage upon arrival.

Unfortunately no. With our liquor license, all alcohol must be purchased through Cress on Oak Creek. We do have an extensive wine list and would be glad to make suggestions.

Once you are at L’Auberge de Sedona, simply sign your spa or restaurant checks to your room and credits will be applied upon check-out. A full bill will be available at check-out and our guest service agents will ensure everything is correct prior to your departure.

Stargazing and yoga do not require registration. (The only guest activity that requires signing up is Paint & Sip.) Please see the guest calendar when you check in as that contains the most updated information. The stargazing activity is open for two hours and you may come and go as you please. Our yoga and meditation class sizes are limited, so we suggest that you arrive early. Should you wish to have a private session, please contact the spa directly.

For guests of L’Auberge, we offer two hotel vehicles, a GMC Denali SUV and a Mercedes Benz Sprinter Van, with seating for 6 and 12 guests respectfully. Our range from the hotel is roughly 1.5 miles in any direction, plenty for most of the top restaurants and shopping districts in Sedona. This is a complimentary, on-demand service that runs 24 hours.

Our L’Auberge gift cards are as good as cash and can be used in our restaurant Cress on Oak Creek, as well as for L’Apothecary Spa and towards your guest room. Our gift cards may be purchased through an online request or by calling the resort directly at (855) 905-574

Yes, we are happy to welcome dogs in our Cottages at L’Auberge de Sedona. Please visit our Pet-Friendly Page for more information.

Yes, we welcome guests of all ages.

We do not have a dress code for our restaurants, but suggest resort casual. We do ask that guests refrain from dining in the restaurants in bathing suits or bathrobes.

We host over 100+ weddings each year at our resort in Sedona, and would be happy to share our wedding packages and venues. We highly recommend scheduling a property tour so we can ensure a sales manager is available to assist you personally.

Yes, there is a $10 charge for valet parking for restaurant and spa guests.

Driving from our Sedona resort to the Grand Canyon takes about two hours; however, there are a few routes that can be taken which may affect this time. Our concierge and front desk team have maps that they will gladly share.

Yes, with a current fishing license, we do allow guests to fish in Oak Creek. You may find more information about Arizona fishing licenses here. We are also happy to share other local areas for fishing, as well as arrange private fishing tours.