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Sedona — This small Arizona town – a hodgepodge of artists, mystics, outdoorsmen, and well-off retirees – draws some four million visitors annually. Sedona is equally popular for its inspiring red-rock landscape and proximity to the Grand Canyon and Petrified Forest as it is for resorts, eclectic shops, fine dining, and spiritual enrichment.

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Smart Luxury: 8 Day Spas in the U.S. That are Worth the Splurge

January 13, 2014 by Christine Wei

Knot-busting Chinatown massages in New York City have all our love, but the biting cold of this blustery winter has us dreaming of a little extra pampering. That ... Read More »


Sightseeing in the Four "Energy Vortexes" of Sedona, AZ

September 16, 2013 by Will McGough

Of Sedona's 100+ hiking trails, there are four that tend to standout from the crowd. And it's not their natural beauty, climate, or level ofdifficulty that makes ... Read More »


Foodie Friday: The Sedona Scene

April 19, 2013 by Anne Roderique-Jones

Sedona may not come to mind when you think of great food cities. It's not Paris, New Orleans, or New York City, but there are the beginnings of a food scene here ... Read More »


Pray for a Heat Wave: Hotels Offer Discounts Based on Outside Temperature

June 26, 2012 by Liz Webber

Though we’re all glad for the warmer weather in summer, when temperatures spike too high it can really be a drag on your vacation. Not anymore! With a bevy of ... Read More »


Top 10 Road Trips

May 30, 2012 by Becca Bergman

With summer around the corner, the open road beckons. In that spirit, we present our favorite American road trips from coast to coast. Some are well-known ... Read More »


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