A 24,000-square-foot spa complex

Mii Amo, Arizona

The soft sounds of trickling water emanate from one of the sleekly designed contemporary fountains at this modern and expertly constructed 24,000-square-foot spa complex in Sedona, Arizona. Designed by Richard Gluckman (the architect responsible for the renovation and expansion of the Whitney Museum in New York) and situated on a Enchantment, a 70-acre resort set amidst Arizona’s dramatic red rock scenery, it’s said to be a sacred site with powerful healing energy. Certainly, as anyone who’s stayed here will verify, there are few places on earth so spectacular to unplug and get away from it all. And while you’d be forgiven for wanting to spend a whole week there in your robe or bathing in lavender salts, there’s also a rota of over 100 activities each week. From meditation walks on a labyrinth marked with stones and energy-emitting crystals to cooking demos, hikes, tea tastings; it’s all a life-changing experience.

ROOMS: 218
LOCATION: Sedona, Arizona (a 7 1/2-hour drive from Los Angeles)
SPA FACILITIES: 65 specialized treatments, most inspired by Native American traditions and use healing ingredients indigenous to the area.
INSIDER TIP: Don’t miss the new age therapies from aura reading to past-life regression, hypnosis and reiki healing.


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