Extend Summer at Amara Resort & Spa with Exclusive AZ Resident Rate

You may be wishing summer would end by now, but a short trip north to Amara Resort & Spa will have you extending the season. Beat the heat at the northern resort that’s just steps from Uptown Sedona along Oak Creek Canyon.

Guests at Amara will not only get to enjoy cooler temps, but can take advantage of morning yoga, lawn games, poolside cocktails and star gazing. Unwind at the organic spa specializing in massages that use lavender, sage and rosemary oils. Relax with a variety of spa packages and an array of facials, including one that incorporates moonlight-charged gemstones.

Dining options are just as enticing at SaltRock Southwest Kitchen, featuring Southwestern fare by Chef Lindsey Dale. Sip craft margaritas while relaxing on the restaurant’s outdoor patio that overlooks the regions stunning red rocks.

Arizona Resident Rate

Arizona locals can enjoy everything Amara has to offer for even less. Book the exclusive resident rate for up to 25-percent off. Must show a valid Arizona ID upon check-in. More info here.

Group Incentives

Have a big group? The resort is offering special incentives for those booking group meetings, retreats and more. Offering indoor spaces and stunning outdoor venues with red rock views, choose from more than 5,000 square feet of functional space. Amara even offers a special Awards Planner Rewards program for more enticing perks. For special incentives, book Sunday through Thursday. For more information, fill out the online request for pricing by clicking here or contact sales@amararesort.com or 928.340.8892.

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