Hyatt Residence Club Sedona, Pinon Pointe is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Sedona, offering a luxury environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Sedona's most popular landmarks, such as Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village (0.4 mi) and McLean Meditation Institute (0.4 mi), Hyatt Residence Club Sedona, Pinon Pointe is a great destination for tourists.
As your “home away from home,” the resort rooms offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a concierge while staying at Hyatt Residence Club Sedona, Pinon Pointe. In addition, Hyatt Residence Club Sedona, Pinon Pointe offers a pool and barbeque facilities, which will help make your Sedona trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Travellers looking to enjoy some surf and turf can head to Golden Goose American Grill or Reds at Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa. Otherwise, you may want to check out a wine bar such as Sound Bites Grill, Timo, or Vino Di Sedona.
Should time allow, Main Street is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
Enjoy your stay in Sedona!
We waited over a year to travel; my husband, my 18-year old son and myself are fully vaccinated. After hiking all day, we were very excited to relax at the pool. However, they restrict to 50% capacity and run a strict wait list. They also kick you out of the pool after two hours. I asked to go to the hot tub and those reservations are 24-48 hours away. It’s frustrating that we have followed all of the rules, wear masks, waited to travel, paid full price for amenities we don’t receive, are fully vaccinated and still can’t enjoy the vacation we’ve paid for.
TLDR: We loved: our hotel room with all the kitchen amenties and the staff. We disliked: wifi speeds (average 5 Mbps), timeshare aspect of this property, very thin walls if you are in a studio. Spent a weekend here with the wife, just to get away. We had never been to Sedona before and I think this was a good first home-base. The location is good, right in the middle between a bunch of attractions. South of the hotel you have Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, and the Scenic Byway. North, you have Slide Rock State park and Flagstaff. And just a bit West are Airport Mesa, Devil's Bridge, and Soldier's Pass. You are within walking distance of some decent eateries (let's be honest, I didn't come to Sedona for the food) like Chipotle and Wildflower. You are also within walking distance to Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village. Off to the hotel itself... Not a fan of the check-in and check-out times. I'm used to check-in times of 3:00 PM and checkout time of 12:00 PM, but check-in time was 4:00 PM and checkout of 10 AM. Honestly it makes sense, because these rooms are more of an apartment feel with dishes and kitchenettes so I imagine it takes a bit longer for them to clean and get things ready. And to their credit, we tried checking in around noon, to be told our room wasn't ready (we expected this) but they went ahead and called their room cleaning services to make our room a priority. So we got to check in around 2 PM, right after we grabbed some lunch! The room was spacious and clean. We opted for the studio, which is their smallest/base price unit. One thing to note on how these rooms are structured: The studio would actually be the second bedroom if you were to book a 2-bedroom suite. Let me explain. We had our studio, and our studio had an adjoining door that was locked. On the other side of the door is the 1-bedroom floor plan. If you book a 2-bedroom, you get that 1-BR floorplan AND the studio with the adjoining door unlocked (making it two bedrooms). So... on our first night, we could hear EVERYTHING our neighbors were saying when they were in the kitchen. They blasted music throughout the afternoon and were loud coming back into the room in the evening. So please keep that in mind! Best way to avoid this is to pay more for the 1-BR or the 2-BR, because at least in the 1-BR you can escape to your bedroom. But overall, I really liked the room. We had a microwave, a large mini-fridge, double-vanity sinks, a balcony with a good view, and all the kitchenware you could need! This made it easy for us to just get food from Whole Foods and Safeway to bring home to eat and save us some money. So very appreciative of that. The rooms may look a bit dated but the functionality more than made up for the design. One more thing to keep in mind about with this hotel... It's a Hyatt Residence Club. Which means that you can BUY some of their rooms to be used at certain times every year (aka Timeshares). I want everyone to be aware because this is how they will get you. I'm usually pretty keen on picking up these things but the salesmen/concierge ARE really good at their jobs haha. So after you check in, they send you to the concierge. There they will tell you about all of the great things to do in Sedona, free or otherwise. You can ask them all the questions you want and they are so nice and will answer everything. Then they will ask you... about paid activities such as a helicopter tour or a Pink Jeep tour. They'll say, here's the price this company will charge you but we have a special deal with them and can get you an AMAZING discount (near the end they were offering us FREE tickets). The only catch is that you have to attend a 90 minute presentation where they are going to sell you their timeshares. I've never been to one and will likely never go to one, the reason being is that I'm in Sedona for a very limited time and I don't want to spend 90 minutes telling a pushy salesman that I'm not interested in purchasing something that will leave me with maintenance fees until the day I die because I'll never be able to sell my timeshare because no one in their right minds would see it as a good investment. So be aware and don't be afraid to say NO THANKS. My wife took the bait when they started offering us these huge discounts but I just straight up told them I didn't want to do the presentation and would gladly pay full price for any of the other experiences instead. Honestly, if you can afford a stay here, you can afford the activities. Finally, the wifi. The wifi is not good. Got 2-3 Mbps throughout the evenings when everyone is home. And during the afternoon and mornings, speeds peaked at around 20 Mbps (this only happened once) but overall hovered around 5-10 Mbps. It's decent for surfing and Youtube but not ideal for doing heavy work, streaming games, or streaming High definition content. I can never penalize a hotel, though, for internet like this because it seems to be the standard these days. But I do wish speeds were faster. So yes, even though this hotel does have its flaws, I'm still giving it 5-stars due to the messed up nature of how major hotel corporations look at review scores. Basically, the STANDARD is 5-stars which is impossible to live up to with everyone's differing views. So my criteria is this: if I would be willing to come back to this hotel, I will give it 5-stars no questions asked. The management for these properties do not need to be punished for 3 or 4 star reviews, they just need some constructive criticism on how to improve their properties which I hope to provide them in text.…
To begin, the location is fantastic. You can walk to shopping and restaurants, which is very nice. Staff have been friendly and the grounds are well kept and very pretty. However, even granted, we are here during COVID, but that doesn't excuse the tired rooms, few amenities and overall - blah- of the property. We arrived around 4 PM Sunday night, and had 'splurged' on a 2 bedroom expensive unit. Was quite disappointed when there were 60 steps to get to the unit, which didn't work for one of us who has a bad knee. Asked to change rooms, which cost us 2.5 hours of waiting time. The room we now have is literally underground. No hope of watching the fantastic stars that are so bring at night, unless you go to a common area, which would be fine, but they all close at 7. So, we sit on the sidewalk outside the room -- hardly worth $560 a night! Hot tubs fully booked, fire pit not offered as an option because of COVID. No house keeping - no GYM Despite being a Hyatt Globalist, there are no amenities at all, not even early or late check out.…
Great location to shopping and restaurants. Front desk and staff friendly and helpful. We had the studio lockout part of unit. My only complaints were that the walls are very thin, could hear everything from unit next door, and no lighting in the kitchenette area.
Loved our vacation here 😍 Lovely room and location with pool that has an incredible view!! Sedona is one of our favorite vacation spots since moving to the USA. ITS JUST INCREDIBLE if you love the outdoors and amazing scenery and walks in the outdoors. This resort is close to restaurants you can walk to and had everything you could want in the unit. Even a flashlight for evening walks. Great bed and tub too.