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Feel the Energy in Sedona

Hilton Sedona Resort

Location: Sedona, Arizona


221 (mostly suites)

Meeting Space: 25,000 square feet (indoor and outdoor)

Access: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (90-minute drive from Sedona), Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (40-minute drive from Sedona), Interstate 17 and State Route 89A

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Sedona, Arizona — a hub of New Age activities said to hold numerous “energy vortexes” — draws thousands of visitors for metaphysical and spiritual reasons. Its breathtaking natural surroundings are part of its appeal, too, and in the center of it all is the Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock. The resort not only offers access to the area’s higher vibrations but also plenty of on-site options for recreational activities, relaxation and meetings.

Groups of many sizes will be able to accommodate their meeting needs in the resort’s 25,000 square feet of customizable space. Indoors there are 14,400 square feet of space with two ballrooms, 12 meeting rooms and four executive meeting rooms, while the outdoor space includes a porch lawn, a patio and pool deck spaces.

Hilton Sedona at Bell Rock offers on-site dining at its ShadowRock Tap + Table, an indoor-outdoor space with a bar featuring fire pits and yard games, and serving local craft beer and regionally inspired cuisine.

The resort’s relaxation game is on point with two pools, an adults-only lap pool that offers sunrise yoga classes and is adjacent to the Sedona Athletic Club, and a family-friendly pool offering fun for all ages. The resort’s spa offers massages and facials with Sedona-inspired offerings like palm reading, numerology and sound bowl therapy. While the resort’s on-site activities include things like s’mores by the fire pit, star gazing and live music, event planners can work with a representative to customize activities of interest for their group.

“What’s unique about our meetings is that most of them include that leisure component, so for groups, we want to give them an experience that incorporates the destination,” said Jill Skeen, director of sales and marketing at the resort. “We curate the experience because everyone wants something a little different, but we include wellness, guided hikes, star gazing, a reception in a special place — we accommodate everyone’s tastes.

The resort offers plenty of off-site activities within walking distance, including shopping, dining and the Tlaquepaque Arts Village. Sedona’s outdoor recreation opportunities are endless — guests can hike, mountain bike, or golf, or they can arrange day trips, Jeep tours and other scenic excursions.

Meeting Spaces

The Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock has over 25,000 square feet of meeting space (14,400 square feet of it indoors), with two ballrooms measuring 4,992 square feet and 3,800 square feet. It has numerous configurations, four executive meeting rooms plus breakout spaces and executive suites. The outdoor event space includes the porch lawn, two pool patios and the canyon patio. Hilton Sedona offers its on-site professional event planning, plus PSAV audio/visual services and support during the event. Catering is available through the on-site restaurant, ShadowRock Tap + Table.


Each of the 221 guest rooms at the resort have a private balcony or terrace with panoramic views of the iconic red rocks, the area’s mountains, the pool or golf course. Every room has a gas fireplace, a granite wet bar, a mini-fridge, a microwave and a coffeemaker. Rooms also have 42-inch televisions, work areas, high-speed internet, irons and ironing boards, and hair dryers. Among the rooms are 171 suites (some are ADA accessible), 50 deluxe guest rooms, four whirlpool suites and two open-concept junior suites.

On-Site Activities

Visitors to Sedona will want to enjoy the resort’s unique spa offerings, such as aromatherapy, sound therapy, numerology, tarot and “smudging ceremonies.” The space offers relaxing treatments and a deck with a view of the red rock landscape. Guests can play 18 holes on the 6,646-yard, par-71 championship course surrounded by stunning rock formations. The Sedona Athletic Club has three tennis courts, a 25-meter lap pool, a fitness center, steam rooms and saunas, a cafe and lounge, fitness classes and an outdoor boot camp warrior pit. There is a Pink Jeep Excursions desk on-site to book any off-site activities like guided hikes to Bell Rock, a purported energy vortex.


ShadowRock Tap + Table is the Hilton Sedona’s signature restaurant, in an indoor/outdoor space with an expansive patio. Centered around a bar that serves locally brewed beers and specialty Sedona-inspired cocktails, it’s a hub of activity, with 13 TVs (three are 74-inch jumbo screens), to watch sporting events. The outside patio has fire pits and seating where guests meet for the pet-friendly “yappy hour” to listen to live music with a drink or roast marshmallows for s’mores. Poolside, the seasonal Blue Water Cafe serves sandwiches, wraps, salads and boozy popsicles. Caffeine-inclined guests will enjoy the Starbucks located in the lobby.