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Reviewed January 10, 2012

Stayed in a 2br unit in the fall. The unit was very convenient to the pool and the shopping area. It was well equipped and cleaned, but the decor was a bit dated. Ours had a great view of some of the red rocks. It looked like most, if not all of the 1br units are on the bottom floors of the buildings with very limited views. We very much enjoyed the pool area, including the fire pit in the evenings. Dinner at the Cowboy Club was great as was the wine tasting in the shopping area.

We took a side trip to Monument Valley and Antelope Slot Canyon, spending the night at The View Hotel...a lot of driving, but very much worth it. We also rode the Verde Canyon RR, which was more fun than we anticipated.

I wouldn't hesitate to book the Hyatt again if we needed a 2br. If we didn't need that much space, I might look elsewhere.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with friends
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2  Thank BungalowBill
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Reviewed January 7, 2012

My wife and I stayed at the Hyatt last October. We liked Sedona and the Hyatt so much we are going back in April. It has a wonderful central location at the "Y". It's on a hill with a magnificent 360 degree view of the red rock from the pool area. We loved sitting in the hot tub and looking at the sun on the mountains surrounding Sedona. The two bedroom we were in was well appointed. We did find the unit a bit dark. Our rooms were on the first floor. There were two patios. We enjoyed having our morning coffee and breakfast on the patio in the back of the unit. The staff was very friendly and helpful. One of the first mornings they had Greg Stevenson, the owner of the Hike House, give a presentation of hiking in Sedona. He was very informative. We ended up going to his shop, which was close by. They have a short introductory hike from the shop which gave us some excellent pointers for hiking in Sedona. Even though my wife and I do a lot of hiking, we did learn a number of things about hiking in Sedona. The central location of the Hyatt made it very easy to get to the trailheads for any of our hikes. We enjoyed our apres hike routine - change into bathing suits and robes, pour some wine and go up to the hot tubs at the pool to watch the sunset. We are looking forward to going back!!

Room Tip: Try to get a room on the second floor.
  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank David C
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Reviewed January 6, 2012

Spent one week at the Hyatt Pinon Pointe in Sedona. We had a two bedroom lock-out unit which worked very well for two couples. The main living area of the one bedroom unit had a small, but functional kitchen, large dining table, breakfast bar with two stools, a hide-a-bed sofa, two side chairs, flat screen tv, dvd player, stereo, and gas fireplace. The sliding door accessed a reasonably sized covered deck with a table and 4 chairs. When standing we had a nice view of the red rocks over the roof and air conditioning units of the adjacent shops. The bedroom was good sized with a very comfortable king-sized bed and three nice pillows. A door also went out onto the balcony deck. A flat screen tv was enclosed in a wall cabinet. All tv's had good reception and a large selection of channels. Also in the room was a large jacuzzi tub separated by a partition and full-sized closet. The master bath had a nicely tiled walk-in shower and a double sink vanity. The heating worked well and was quiet. Internet access was free but reception was very inconsistent. It was quiet for the most part but you could definitely hear the upstairs neighbors moving around. The studio side of the lock-out had a queen bed, hide-a-bed sofa, small table, and kitchenette. A sliding door led to a patio that was below grade that looked at the hillside. It would be somewhat dark and claustrophobic without access to the other unit. Both units were nicely decorated and comfortable. Only a bit surprised at the layer of dust on everything in the rooms but everything else seemed clean. The location was fantastic with just a short walk uptown for shopping and eating out without having to deal with parking. We attended the timeshare presentation which was low pressure and a pleasant experience even though we didn't purchase. All staff that we interacted with were very friendly and very willing to help.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed January 4, 2012

We arrived at the resort and checked in to a beautiful room. The view was of the rock retaining wall so we promptly called the front desk and asked for a room with a view (traveling from PA and being a Hyatt timeshare owner, we expected a view). They moved us to a room in the first phase (decor not as nice) with an incredible view. The room was still dirty so we called the front desk again, they apologized profusely and sent someone over immediately. The pool was nice for our children (a little small) and the resort is convenient to many shops. My husband played golf at Sedona and Seven Canyons and really enjoyed both courses and the scenery. The Camp Hyatt empoyees were great and loved the kids activities as much as the kids. We went on one of the easier Pink Jeep tours and if you get motion sickness or have any kind of back problem, these tours are not for you. You definitely need to attend the Native American flute music presentation. It is wonderful! We may be back when our kids are older and will stay at this resort again.

Room Tip: It seems that the first phase had the better views with older decor.
  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled with family
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1  Thank mmllmm
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Reviewed January 3, 2012

Sorry to say but we splurged on a night out with no kids and were disappointed. The price is too high for what you get. The pool is a far walk away and although it was nice it wasn't great walking back to the room wet and cold. We thought the central location would be nice to walk every where but is up on a hill and not easy to walk into town. The worst of it all is that they charge you $20.00 extra because it is a "resort" at other hotels you get all of these "resort" extras without this extra charge. We will go back to Sedona but definitely not back here.

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank pamela m
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