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4055 Navoti Drive, Sedona, Arizona
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June 03 2013
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Driving hundreds of miles through desert made the red rocks of Sedona a welcomed sight and Sedona Summit is tucked off the road perfectly situated just before town. Check in was swift and I was quickly present bottled water to quench my Arizona thirst. My 2 and 4-year-old ran around the reception area in awe of the pool and welcoming playground off in the distance. Once we checked in and arrived in our suite, I was so pleased by the beautiful layout and well appointed decorations but once the kids hit the room it was a whirlwind of exploration. My husband and I ran behind them moving everything from wooden trunks to steak knives from reach. Overall, I was happy to have a beautiful well-stocked space for my family to feel at home while away from home!

The amenities and in-suite accommodations were great! There were pools for every section of the property that included Jacuzzis for adults and splash pads for the kids. Barbecues were outside every unit and all necessary equipment was provided to cook out. There was plenty of parking near the units, however, every unit in my area required substantial stair climbing. With a 2-year-old and all she travels with, this was a little difficult. Each suite had a deck or patio furnished with tables, chairs, and an outdoor ceiling fan. Inside there were Jacuzzi tubs, steam showers, full kitchens, living rooms with fireplaces and DVD players, and (my personal favorite) a full washer and dryer! The resort’s surrounding area was easily accessible, we were able to go to the grocery store, rent a Red Box for the kids, get gas before trekking to the Grand Canyon, and hit up fast food joints for a quick bite. The location was close to everything in Sedona but enough out of town that you have can relax.

Sedona Summit is a timeshare, which has its pluses and minuses. The property was well manicured and the suite was in wonderful shape. We were greeted with smiles and great hospitality. Activities were suggested for our family and assistance provided over the phone whenever required. I felt like staying at a timeshare property has a different type of atmosphere as there was a greater sense of community and it seemed like many people staying there were there to relax and not hustle around town. This was a nice change from my normal vacation experiences.

The only uncomfortable moment for my family was getting cornered by the activity coordinator. Registration said I should get a welcome packet there, but in actuality I was getting scheduled for a timeshare tour. I am one of those people that has a hard time saying “no” so of course I handed over my credit card and signed up for a tour, all the while my husband had that “what are you getting yourself into” look on his face as the kids circled him screaming, “I want to go to the pool!” Ultimately, I was able to cancel once I realized check-out and the tour coincided, which was bad timing for the kids. There were a few other incidents that are not specific to timeshares, our keys continuously stopped working and room deliveries were very slow, but our experience ultimately ended positively.

I have several suggestions for parents traveling to this property. First of all, do not over pack household goods. I brought far too many items like napkins, soap, and utensils. The suite is well stocked and covers all corners. Secondly, if you have small kids try to bring a travel baby proofing kit with you as my 4-year-old opened the front door and proceeded to leave! Finally, have fun and really take some time to relax. The property is very well-equipped and it would be a shame to miss the chance to really spend quality time with the family in such a great venue!

Overall, I learned staying at a time share makes for a great family get away. This resort is part of the ResorTime portfolio. ResorTime allows travelers to book luxury resort condos by the day or week at discounted prices. The price of Sedona Summit was well less that of a typical area resort and you could have never guessed from looking at the property or offered amenities.  Sedona Summit has all the amenities of a resort but the comforts of home all wrapped in a beautiful little package that is Sedona. I would definitely stay here again and would recommend it for any family traveling with children of all ages; it really made for a great trip that we will remember for years to come!

The amenities and in suite accommodations were great! There were pools for every section of the property that included Jacuzzis for adults and splash pads for the kids. Bar-B-Ques were outside every unit and all necessary equipment was provided to cook out. There was plenty of parking near the units however every unit in my area required substantial stair climbing, with a 2 year old and all she travels with it was a little difficult. Each suite had a deck or patio furnished with tables, chairs, and an outdoor ceiling fan. Inside there were Jacuzzi tubs, steam showers, full kitchens, living rooms with fireplaces and DVD players, and my personal favorite a full washer and dryer!

Sedona Summit is a time share, which has its pluses and minuses. The property was well manicured and the suite was in wonderful shape. We were greeted with smiles and great hospitality. Activities were suggested for our family and assistance provided over the phone whenever required. I felt like staying at a time share property had a different type of atmosphere, there was a greater sense of community and it seemed like many people staying there were there to relax and not hustle around town. This was a nice change from my normal vacation experiences.

As mentioned, time shares have their ups and downs, the only outright uncomfortable moment for my family was getting cornered by the “activity coordinator”, registration said I should get a welcome packet there, but in actuality I was getting scheduled for a time share tour. I am one of those people that have a hard time saying “no” so of course I handed over my credit card and signed up for a tour, all the while my husband had that “what are you getting yourself into” look on his face as the kids circled him screaming “ I want to go to the pool!” Ultimately, I was able to cancel once I realized check out and the tour coincided, which was bad timing for the kids. There were a few other incidents that were not specific to time shares, our keys continuously stopped working and room deliveries were very slow, but all experience ultimately ended positively.

In light of my experience here I have several suggestions for parents traveling to this property. First of all, do not over pack household goods, I brought far too many items like napkins, soap, and utensils, the suite is well stocked and covers all corners. Secondly, if you have small kids try to bring a travel baby proofing kit with you; my 4 year old opened the front door and proceeded to leave! Finally, have fun and really take some time to relax, the property is very well equipped and it would be a shame to miss the chance to really spend quality time with the family in such a great venue!

Overall, I learned staying at a time share makes for a great family get away. This resort is part of the ResorTime portfolio. ResorTime allows travelers to book luxury resort condos by the day or week at discounted prices. The price of Sedona Summit was well less that of a typical area resort and you could have never guessed from looking at the property or offered amenities.  Sedona Summit has all the amenities of a resort but the comforts of home all wrapped in a beautiful little package that is Sedona. I would definitely stay here again and would recommend it for any family traveling with children of all ages; it really made for a great trip that we will remember for years to come!

This review is based on a complimentary stay at Sedona Summit in Sedona, AZ. I received no other compensation and the business owner did not state any requirements that I express a particular point of view. The opinions I express are entirely my own.

updated: 09/12/16 by lajollamom
 
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