Amara Resort Rooms

Comfortable and stylish are among the words that could be used to describe the Amara Resort rooms. You might also be tempted to use the word convenient to refer to these relaxing retreats. After all, the standard amenities include such things as a flat panel TV, a DVD player, a CD player, complimentary high speed internet access, a refrigerator, and an ergonomic desk and chair ensemble. As far as comfort is concerned, the pillowtop mattresses and the 300-thread-count linens can go a long way when it comes to getting a good night’s rest, and the soft cotton towels are certainly welcoming.

The spa at the Amara Resort can make for an excellent place to unwind when relaxation is the aim. Guests of this resort in Sedona Arizona don’t have to visit the spa to get a taste of the spa life, however. Each of the 100 rooms and suites boasts an enticing soaking tub, and soft hues combine with granite accents in the bathrooms to help guests get in a relaxed frame of mind. Also found in the guest unit bathrooms at the Amara Resort & Spa are upscale spa products, and there is no need to make special requests if you wish to have hair dryer or an iron at your disposal. Those are provided as well.

A healthy amount of rooms at the upscale Amara Resort & Spa feature either a private balcony or a private patio. Prospective guests should also know that there are a few different room categories. In addition to the more standard Signature Rooms, there are Creekside Kings and Creekside Suites. Delightful views of Oak Creek, oversized tubs, and separate granite showers are among the main perks in the more exclusive Creekside units.

When looking to book one of the rooms at the Amara Resort & Spa, prospective guests might interest themselves in the special lodging package deals. One package includes a credit at the Amara Spa, and there are package deals that include such things as breakfast for two in the signature Hundred Rox restaurant, a round of golf at a nearby golf resort, or a side trip to the Grand Canyon.

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