Ransom Sedona Hotel Presents Fall Adventures in Sedona Arizona
- Early September Edition 2006
is coming to Sedona, and there’s no better “home
base” for all your explorations than the Kings
Ransom Sedona Hotel.
It’s the original Sedona hotel, a landmark gem that’s
shining under new management and a complete renovation. Conveniently
located along Highway 179, you’d never guess that 8 acres
of paradise lay behind its outer walls. Choose your adventures
from the sample palette below and combine them with a retreat-like
stay at the Kings
Ransom Sedona Hotel. You’ll be pleasantly surprised
at how affordable a fabulous Fall getaway can be at this special
Sedona AZ hotel.
you a wine lover? Climb aboard the Verde
Valley Railroad on September 8 for their “Grape Train
wine lovers and train enthusiasts will enjoy this special tour
that includes appetizers and wine tasting, followed by chocolates
and champagne. Top off your evening with a soak in the huge
outdoor spa at the Kings Ransom Sedona Hotel.
You can watch the evening lights play off the magnificent red
rock views that completely surround the hotel while your tensions
dissolve into the bubbling waters.
can’t get enough of the grape?
you’ll be excited to know about two local vineyards tucked
away in Page Springs Canyon. The southern end of Oak Creek winds
its way through this quaint and picturesque canyon. In September,
Oak Creek Vineyards & Winery is releasing their 2004 reds
and 2005 whites. They’re growers of Zinfandel, Syrah,
Merlot, and Chardonnay varieties. A special Syrah Port was just
blended and is sure to delight you. They’re open Wednesdays-Sundays
during the Fall, and feature both indoor and outdoor seating.
Springs Vineyards & Cellars has just released their
“Mules Mistake” blend of Zinfandel and Carignan
as well as their “Lakeview Vineyard” Zinfandel.
Meander along their walking path through the vineyards, and
relax on their deck on Oak Creek. They’re open 7 days
a week. Then bring your bottled treasures “home”
to the Kings Ransom Sedona Hotel to savor on your own private
balcony or patio that overlooks the peaceful and flower-filled
1-acre terrace and pool.
for local color? The costumes of dancers swirling to Latin rhythms
will enchant you at the 33rd Annual “Fiesta del Tlaquepaque.”
The world-famous arts and crafts village will be celebrating
Mexican Independence on September 9. Admission is free, and
you won’t even have to wait for the shuttle because your
“home away from home” at the Kings
Ransom Sedona Hotel is within easy walking distance to Tlaquepaque.
Immerse yourself in the ambience of Old World plazas, playful
stone fountains, outdoor sculptures, and towering cottonwood
trees. After hours of wandering among the many fine art galleries,
a soothing bath in your private in-room jetted tub awaits you.
After your bath, pamper your skin with the assortment of designer
lotions and potions laid out on the red granite vanity -- one
of the many amenities provided by the Kings
Ransom Sedona Hotel.
all stargazers! Take an “Evening Sky Tour,” which
is offered nightly September 18-23.
Professional astronomers will take you on a dazzling tour of
the Universe. You’ll be guided to the heavenly bodies
by laser light pointers and telescopes. Sedona is considered
a “dark sky” area and has some of the best stargazing
conditions in the country. Continue your stargazing from your
own private balcony or patio at the Kings
Ransom Sedona Hotel, and the lovely red rock waterfall on
the terrace will provide the background music.
Kings Ransom Sedona Hotel concierge services are ready to
help you plan your early Fall adventures in Sedona. Experience
this gem of a hotel located in a park-like setting on 8 private
acres. Their Sedona
Vacation Packages and value pricing means you’ll have
more to spend on sightseeing and shopping. Book your stay and
you’ll soon agree with their many satisfied guests that
it’s the best deal in town!