Sedona + The Grand Canyon
Sedona + The Grand Canyon Travel Guide
Articles about Sedona + The Grand Canyon
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Hotels in Sedona + The Grand Canyon
This restored 1920s Spanish-Colonial property, filled with antique hand-carved Mexican furnishings and hammered-tin mirrors. The on-site Turquoise Room restaurant is known for its upscale southwestern cuisine.
Restaurants in Sedona + The Grand Canyon
Enjoy down-home chicken-fried steak or breakfast enchiladas while admiring the extensive collection of Route 66 memorabilia (much of it dates back to the restaurant’s opening in 1943). Wash down homemade, family-recipe chiles rellenos with fresh-brewed raspberry tea.
Things to do in Sedona + The Grand Canyon
Originally opened in 1877 along the town’s Whiskey Row, this saloon once served as a hub for men looking for work, an election meeting point, and mineral transactions.