L’Auberge de Sedona in Arizona to undergo renovation

This summer, L'Auberge de Sedona, the creekside retreat located among the Red Rocks of Sedona, will undergo a renewal process. Come fall, the property will unveil a creekside arrival experience, upgraded guest accommodations, new dining offerings (including a new kitchen) and a new indoor-outdoor bar area.

As part of the renewal, L'Auberge de Sedona will have a new arrival and welcome area. The boutique reception space will be lined with windows, offering a vantage point to the creekside setting. The interior will have a contrast of light walls, rustic hardwood flooring and new seating.

Past the reception area, the hotel's Wine Spectator bar will undergo renovations. The inside bar area will have a floor-to-ceiling window backdrop, providing views of Oak Creek. Rustic elements with modern details will accentuate the newly designed bar area, which will include large-scaled leather lounge chairs and a deck that will welcome guests with chairs and fireside tables.

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The main restaurant will open to the creek to offer al fresco dining. In line with the rest of the summer renewal, the restaurant will sport a rustic yet modern feel, including new tables with wood finishes, a variety of chair styles and a display table that will be used to highlight the chef's specialties. It will also include two new private dining spaces. Additionally, L'Auberge de Sedona's main interior kitchen will undergo an expansion, including a custom Vulcan Suite designed by executive chef Rochelle Daniel, which will result in the debut of a new full-service dining venue this fall.

Finally, the property's 30 creekside and garden cottages will undergo an extensive interior design transformation boasting new furniture, fixtures, design features, flooring and bathrooms. The new color palette of the cottages will include shades of blue contrasting light paneled walls. The rooms will maintain the cottage feel, with elements including painted paneling contrasting with rustic colored hardwood floors, and dark wood poster beds with white linens placed on patterned area rugs. Cottages will also have wood dining tables with wicker chairs, brick fireplaces and white tiled baths.

While the interior updates are taking place on property, L'Auberge de Sedona will transform the five-bedroom Creekhouse into a guest arrival experience. Perched on the banks of Oak Creek, visitors will be welcomed inside by the front desk and concierge teams.

L'Auberge de Sedona is located on the banks of Oak Creek in Sedona's Red Rock region. The property has 62 cottages and 26 traditional lodge-style guestrooms. Each of the property's luxury Vista, Creek and Spa cottages include an outdoor, open-roof cedar shower located on private balconies. Available on-site is the L'Auberge Restaurant on Oak Creek, and the Veranda wine bar located alongside Oak Creek. The property recently launched the L'Apothecary Spa.

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