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Top 10 Girls Trip Destinations

Updated: Jan 12

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” - Mark Twain

Let's go, girls! I love some time away with my girlfriends. Whether you are looking for a fun party (like a Bachelorette party) or you just want some time away to relax, here are some excellent places to enjoy time with your favorite girlfriends. So take a girl's trip; some say its cheaper than therapy.

1) Palm Springs, California

Located about 100 miles east of Los Angeles in the Coachella Valley area of the Sonoran Desert, Palm Springs is a popular resort city known for its natural mid-century hotels, hot springs, excellent restaurants, golf courses, and sunny weather. Hollywood celebrities have been flocking there since the 1930s, and many own homes in the Palm Springs area.

Best Time to Visit: Winter/Spring

Where to Stay:

Margaritaville Resort Palm Springs

An all-inclusive resort, Margaritaville Palm Springs is an iconic alluring oasis set in the heart of the Uptown Design District where local chef-owned restaurants artists and eclectic visionaries reside. Whether you’re in the mood for a Cheeseburger in Paradise, a signature frozen concoction, or something a little more upscale, they have two restaurants, two bars, a coffee shop and in-room dining. There is also a spa on the premises.

Avalon Hotel & Bungalows

4-Star Hotel

Avalon Hotel and Bungalows Palm Springs is located within walking distance to downtown Palm Springs and easy access to the aerial tramway, Indian canyons, golf, tennis, biking trails and other area attractions. There are 67 rooms and suites (detached one and two bedroom bungalows with fireplaces- and full kitchens). The Resort sits on 5 lush acres amid gardens with three outdoor pools and two outdoor Jacuzzis. The hotel offers two restaurants - Chi Chi with Cali inspired flavors and Melvyns Inglewood Estate, a modern California twist on classic American fare and cocktails in an iconic space that once served as a private hideaway for everyone from Marlon Brando to Frank Sinatra to Marilyn Monroe. And guests can spend a day relaxing at the Estrella Spa.

Parker Palm Springs

5-Star Hotel

This luxurious boutique desert oasis includes luxurious accommodation, an exclusive spa, award-winning dining, and memorable on-property experiences. The Parker boasts five distinct spots to imbibe, delight and satiate.

Things to do in Palm Springs:

  • Enjoy the Spa or relax poolside

  • Go on a day hike or horseback ride

  • Tour a museum or mid-century modern tour

  • Go biking and shopping

  • Enjoy the California cuisine

  • Visit a casino

  • Hike the Indian Canyons

Day Trip Idea: Joshua Tree Park

2) Hilton Head, South Carolina

Voted the #1 Island by Conde Nast Traveler, this slice of paradise offers lovely white-sand beaches, tidal creeks, towering live oaks, and winding pathways. Hilton Head Island is a resort town in Beaufort, South Carolina has a small-town vibe with refined coastal elegance.

With lots to see and do, a girls-trip on this island is sure to be filled with activities, relaxation, laughter and good times.

Best Time to Visit: Spring or Summer

Where to Stay:

Beach House Hilton Head Island

3-Star Hotel

Live music and carefree island vibes are in the air at Beach House Hilton Head Island. Sun-soaked coastal energy inspires every element of this boutique resort experience on Coligny Beach, where the drinks are cold, the set lists are hot, and relaxation is the only thing on your to-do list.

The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa

4-Star Hotel

Located on a pristine stretch of Hilton Head Island's Atlantic beachfront, The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa boasts approachable luxury and a renewing wellness experience. This oceanfront hotel in Hilton Head features soothing coastal colors and décor, accompanied by luxurious and comfortable amenities. Join us for "farm & sea to table" dining at the resort's on-site restaurants, or enjoy a refreshing poolside cocktail. Take a dip in one of three outdoor pools just steps from the white sand, luxuriate in a revitalizing treatment at our Heavenly Spa, or play golf in Hilton Head on world-class courses. The resort welcomes guests with sun-filled guestrooms featuring Heavenly Beds and private balconies with views of the island, resort and ocean.

Hilton Grand Vacations Club Ocean Oak Resort Hilton Head

4-Star Hotel

Along Hilton Head Island’s coastline, just steps from its sandy beach and five miles from the iconic lighthouse and restaurants of Harbour Town, the Hilton Grand offers a beautiful stay, only a 10-minute walk from Coligny Beach Park and two miles west of Shipyard Golf Club. Enjoy the oceanfront pool and bar, and picnic area with charcoal grills.

Things to do in Hilton Head:

  • Enjoy beach activities and sun-bathing

  • Visit the Harbor Town Lighthouse and Museum

  • Stroll around Coligny Beach Park

  • Golf or Tennis

  • Enjoy delicious seafood in Harbor Town

  • Shop in Harbor Town

Day Trip Idea: Daufuskie Island

3) Nashville, Tennessee

I wrote about my love of Nashville in my post about Six of the Best Places to Visit in the South (, but it must be mentioned again as a terrific place for a girl's trip. Known as the "Music City" of the South, Nashville is a thriving city with a rhythm all its own. Besides live music everywhere, it has a vibrant arts community, excellent restaurants, fantastic boutiques and lots of unique neighborhoods to explore.

Best Time to Visit: Spring/Fall

Where to Stay:

Graduate Nashville


The genteel Southern charm is cranked up to ten in the rooms (perfect for a Girls Weekend), all floral prints and Easter-egg colors, with portraits of local idols like Dolly Parton. The public spaces, too, are vibrant and colorful, with a Pop art influence and a demonstrated willingness to mix and match patterns, colors, and motifs. An outpost of the Graduate brand’s signature Poindexter café is present, along with White Limozeen, an opulent only-in-Nashville rooftop restaurant and bar, whose views of the Nashville skyline are impressive. The most unique space, however, has to be the Cross-Eyed Critters Watering Hole, which is a country-themed karaoke bar complete with animatronic puppets as a virtual backing band.

1 Hotel Nashville


Nestled in the heart of downtown Nashville in walking distance to South Broadway and situated next to the Music City Center and the Country Music Hall of Fame - 1 Hotel Nashville features 215 guestrooms and suites. Amenities include a Wellness Spa , fitness center and yoga studio, Neighbors Cafe, Harriets Rooftop and 1 Kitchen offering clean and fairly sourced farm-to-table cuisine.

The Joseph


The Joseph, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Nashville is a hotel of Southern origin and Southern heart. It brings the full story of Nashville, TN, to life, defined by a combination of cultural and artistic diversity, genuine hospitality and meaningful moments. Authentic and comfortable yet impeccably designed, the unique, pet-friendly hotel in downtown invites the discerning traveler into a world of warm, Tennessean splendor. From the arrival experience in the porte-cochere to the handmade cocktails crafted at our 21st-floor rooftop bar and the views of Nashville from the fitness center to the fine art on display throughout the hotel—every detail conveys beauty, intriguing complexity and rewarding memories.

Things to do:

  • Check out the music, bars and restaurants on Broadway (Honky Tonk Highway)

  • Visit the Grand Ole Opry

  • Explore Music Row, The Gulch and other neighborhoods

  • Visit Madame Tussauds, The Ryman Auditorium, and the Country Music Hall of Fame

  • See concerts, theatre and art at one of the many venues

  • Visit the many music attractions

4) Austin, Texas

Much like Nashville, music and nightlife abound in Austin, known for its motto "Keep Austin Weird". This eccentric city offers much to do and see including fabulous dive bars, fun music festivals, a vibrant culture and lots of outdoor activities.

Best time to visit: Spring

Where to stay:

The Austin Motel

3-Star Hotel

The Austin Motel is a unique hotel in the central Austin neighborhood of South Congress Ave. with 4 generations of continuous family operations. In 2013 the Austin Motel celebrated its 75th Anniversary. With a spirit of retro quaint in the tradition of the motels of the Southwest, this hotel offers friendly service with a smile. Each room in the Austin Motel is uniquely and delightfully decorated and furnished.

Hotel St. Cecelia

4-Star Hotel

Hotel Saint Cecilia is a secluded estate in Austins South Congress District. Named in honor of the patron saint of music and poetry, these accommodations take inspiration from the experimentation of sixties writers like William Burroughs, the daring and extravagance of groups like the Stones in the early seventies, and the defiance of convention embodied by artists like Miro and Warhol in the late fifties and early sixties. Each of the five distinct suites six poolside bungalows and three studios that span this private wooded property have been designed and furnished to stir the poet and artist in each of us.

Commodore Perry Estate

5-Star Hotel

Secluded on nearly 10 acres on Waller Creek the Commodore Perry Estate comprises a 10800-square-foot home a chapel and gardens enclosed within a walled compound in the style of a historic country estate. This glamorous social hub and exquisite architectural jewel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located just north of the University of Texas campus in central Austins Hancock neighborhood the Commodore Perry Estate is a re-envisioned urban retreat attracting the local community domestic and international visitors alike seeking to experience a spirit of place in an intimate and historical setting in the city of Austin.

Things to do in Austin:

  • Have a picnic at Zilker Metropolitan Park

  • Hike/Bike the trail at Lady Bird Lake

  • Enjoy some live music on 6th Street

  • Delight in some tacos or Tex-Mex at one of the many restaurants

  • Go shopping on SoCo

  • Take a swim in Barton Springs Pool

Day Trip Idea: Lake Travis

5) Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe is known for its many world class museums (there are 10), restaurants, boutiques, art galleries and wide range of artistic entertainment. Its unique architecture and beautiful natural scenery make this a lovely and enriching place to visit. Santa Fe is still very much influenced by its Indian and Spanish heritage. It possesses that true Pueblo charm with its narrow streets, patios and typical ochre-colored houses.

Best time to visit: early spring or late summer

Where to stay:

The Inn on the Alameda

3-Star Hotel

Voted the #3 best hotel in the West and Southwest by Conde Nast Traveler, The Inn on the Alameda has a charming southwestern inspired ambience with rooms and suites reflecting the history, romance, and old southwestern style of Old Santa Fe, available with or without a patio or balcony. Additionally, Joe’s Tequila Bar serves both hotel guests and local residents with a full bar and southwestern-inspired menu.

The Inn of the Five Graces

4-Star Hotel

Travel & Leisure magazine awarded The Inn of the Five Graces #1 in Santa Fe hotels. Located in the historic district, The Inn of the Five Graces combines luxury with an aura of mystery. With an ethnic decor enhanced by East Indian and Tibetan antiques, oriental carpets and nomadic textiles combined with Southwest architecture, the interiors feature many handcrafted pieces as well as spectacular tile mosaics. Passionate about this land with its wealth of Indian legends, the owners invite you to embark on a sensory voyage to fully savor this melting pot of cultures and colors. The hotel also houses a spa featuring Intricate mosaics, luxurious water features, elaborate ceiling panels, peaceful statues and signature pieces from distant continents.

Four Seasons Santa Fe

5-Star Hotel

The only AAA 5 Diamond Resort in New Mexico is perfectly situated on 57 beautifully landscaped acres in the upscale Santa Fe suburb of Tesuque a seven-minute drive north of Santa Fe s Historic Plaza. It is set upon the pristine site of the historic Rancho Encantado. The 65 casitas display a contemporary interpretation of traditional Santa Fe featuring stucco exteriors in soft earthy tones oversized windows square cut wood beams a wood burning fireplace and a private patio. Guests can relax by the pool, indulge in a healing treatment at the Spa, and dine at Terra for elevated, regional cuisine before strolling back to a casita beneath a sweeping night sky.

Things to do in Santa Fe:

  • Take a historical tour

  • Visit Canyon Road for shopping and sightseeing

  • Visit the museums and art galleries

  • Stroll around the Railyard Arts District

  • Tour the San Miguel Chapel

  • Enjoy lunch at the Santa Fe Farmers Market

  • Walk the Santa Fe Margarita trail

  • Snow ski

Day Trip Idea: Albuquerque

6) Miami, Florida

Miami offers a thriving nightlife, world-renowned art galleries, beautiful hotels, fantastic dining and shopping, and stunning beaches. Couple that with the Art Deco architecture and diverse culture, Miami stands out as an amazing place to visit.

Best time to visit: Spring

Where to stay:

Freehand Miami

3-Star Hotel

Freehand Miami is a reinvention of the historic Indian Creek Hotel one of Miami Beach s classic 1930s Art Deco buildings. The hotel (a 5-minute walk from Miami Beach and less than 1 mile from the nightlife of South Beach) incorporates handcrafted design, inventive cocktails, and tasty food. Guests can also enjoy a lush backyard oasis with a refreshing pool.

Nobu Hotel

4-Star Hotel

Crafted and cultivated by world-famous Japanese chef Chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Academy Award-winning actor Robert De Niro, the Nobu Hotel concept brings both an illuminating and one-of- a-kind experience to the shores of Miami Beach. Nobu Hotel Miami Beach delivers the unique chemistry and perfect balance of luxury, craft, and theater in a setting that merges Eden Rocs iconic Miami Modern architecture with an intuitive interpretation of Chef Nobu's signature style. The Esencia Wellness Spa and Fitness Center provides deep relaxation, and refined treatments for mind and body.

Four Seasons Hotel Miami

5-Star Hotel

Four Seasons Hotel Miami is set in the vibrant Brickell neighborhood. Overlooking Biscayne Bay, the hotel is situated minutes from downtown Miami, Key Biscayne, Wynwood, Design District and the beaches. Located within an architecturally striking tower of glass and granite, 221 recently re-designed guestrooms and suites boast views of Biscayne Bay and the city skyline, and feature modern décor with Miami flair and European-style luxury. EDGE Steak & Bar, the highlight of the latest multi-million dollar renovation, introduces a new steakhouse “light” concept, with interesting cuts of meat, indigenous seafood and locally-sourced fruits and vegetables. A two-acre rooftop terrace features lush landscaping, two swimming pools, separate kids’ area, and a wading pool shaded by towering palms. Guests receive exclusive complimentary access to the premiere Sports Club LA fitness center and The Spa located on the fourth floor, including exercise classes and personal training options. A multi-million-dollar art collection, anchored by three oversized statues by Fernando Botero, is exhibited throughout the hotel and features works by Latin American artists, paying tribute to the area’s Latin influences and culture.

Things to do in Miami:

  • Go on a food tour in Little Havana

  • Shop on Lincoln Road

  • Go on a boat tour or sunset cruise

  • Sunbathe on the beach

  • Golf or Tennis

  • Enjoy excellent stone crabs at one of the many restaurants

  • Visit the art galleries

Best day trip idea: Ft. Lauderdale

7) New Orleans, Louisiana

1) New Orleans

One of my favorite cities in the U.S., New Orleans oozes with a festive spirit year-round (not just during Mardi Gras). It's vibrant, colorful culture is contagious. The lively music and parades, the outstanding food, and the gorgeous architecture make New Orleans a place like no other. So, laissez les bon temps rouler (let the good times roll) all the way to this fantastic Cajun city of the South.

Best time to visit: Fall or Spring

Where to Stay:

Virgin Hotel New Orleans


Number 1 Hotel in New Orleans per Tripadvisor and number 12 in the South in the 2022 Conde Nast Travelers Readers Choice Awards. Located in the center of the city - just steps from the French Quarter and this historic St. Charles Streetcar line - Virgin Hotels New Orleans offers a truly unique and personalized experience. The two-chamber room concept is complete with a patented lounge bed for optimal lounging - reading and relaxing - dressing area and closet space separated by a set of sliding French style doors. Virgin Hotels New Orleans has created 3 unique restaurant and lounge experiences including a coffee shop - a hybrid bar - lounge and restaurant led by local Chef Alex Harrell or enjoy small bites and craft cocktails at The Pool Club - rooftop pool and bar. High-speed WIFI - street level pricing on minibar - and pet friendly accommodations.

The Eliza Jane Hotel


Both a step back in time and an experience of modern style and luxury, The Eliza Jane sits in the heart of downtown New Orleans. Both soulful and savvy, the hotel conveys a sense of hidden history, of stories still left untold. This impeccably designed 196-room hotel features fifty suites, which includes twelve Signature Suites, a fitness center, street-level restaurant, lobby lounge and courtyard bar. Originally built in the 1860s, the buildings vibrant architecture and storied walls will speak to hotel visitors by revealing the impressive pedigree of our building, complemented by elegant design aesthetics, intriguing spaces, inviting service and destination food and beverage.

The Four Seasons New Orleans


Unlocking the authentic New Orleans- Four Seasons invites you to its landmark tower, a heritage icon with a central downtown location on the banks of the Mississippi River. Dine on innovative Louisiana cuisine, relax by the resort-style pool and take in views on the 34th-floor observation deck.

Things to do in New Orleans:

  • Explore the Garden District

  • Wander the French Quarter

  • Delight in Cajun specialties at the many fantastic restaurants

  • Enjoy live music and cocktails at one of the many bars on Bourbon Street

Day Trip: Enjoy a tour of the Bayou and see the swamp wildlife

8) Asheville, North Carolina

Asheville is known for its vibrant artsy community. Cute boutiques, fun bars, and excellent galleries abound in this beautiful mountain town. Asheville, NC is also recognized as having one of the strongest most innovative culinary scenes in the country. Whether you enjoy the town itself or the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains, there is a lot to explore in Asheville.

Best time to visit: Autumn

Where to Stay:

Crowne Plaza Resort Asheville

3-Star Hotel

The Crowne Plaza Asheville hosts a variety of accommodations, amenities, and event spaces that make a visit to our eclectic city a memorable stay. The Crowne Plaza Asheville consists of 125 acres which encompass features such as the nine-hole golf course, a multitude of wellness and fitness facilities, and the Asheville Adventure Center that provides numerous entertainment options during your stay. In addition to the Crowne Plaza Asheville attractions, the hotel is located less than a mile from downtown, which plays host to some of the city’s most popular areas such as the River Arts District and the Grove Arcade along with hundreds of shops and restaurants. The Blue Ridge Parkway, Biltmore Estate, Pisgah National Forest, and the North Carolina Arboretum are also all within a few minutes’ drive.

Kimpton Hotel Arras

4-Star Hotel

Asheville, North Carolina, occasionally called the Paris of the South, is a hotbed of creativity and cool. As such, it’s one of a few towns of its size that can support a hotel like the Kimpton Hotel Arras, which towers over Pack Square in the very heart of the city. It’s full of high-design modern furniture and contemporary works by local artists, and equipped with rooms and suites that are tastefully upscale and impressively stylish. Bargello, the restaurant, serves a Mediterranean-inspired menu including hand-made pastas and wood-fired pizza, and District 42 is for cocktails and shared plates.

The Omni Grove Park Inn is a breathtaking stone lodge where you will find some of the finest, locally sourced restaurants in Asheville that will certainly delight the foodie in your family. From restaurants and a farm-to-table artisanal buffet to bars and terraces with breathtaking mountain views, there are so many ways to please your palate at this resort. With experienced chefs and a variety of cuisines, The Omni Grove Park Inn’s restaurants provide an unbeatable dining experience. The Omni Grove Park Inn is also the ideal spot for a spa getaway in Asheville, NC. Spa Day Passes and treatments give you access to all of the spa’s amenities so you can relax and unwind.

Things to do in Asheville:

  • Walk through the history of Asheville on the Urban Trail

  • Stroll the art murals on the South Slope Mural Trail

  • Shop and eat at some of downtown's favorites

  • Enjoy the lively nightlife downtown

  • Visit The Biltmore House

  • Enjoy hiking, picnicking and biking on the Blue Ridge Trail

  • Enjoy the city's arts, theatre and museums

Day Trip Idea: Tour the waterfalls or drive the Blue Ridge Trail

9) Key Largo and Islamorada, Florida

Islamorada and Key Largo offer some of the best scenery, attractions, and outdoor activities in the Sunshine State. Any vacationer looking for fun in the sun, whether for an entire vacation or simply a fun day trip, should consider these Key Largo or Islamorada in the Florida Keys a must-see spot for plenty of things to see and do. Islamorada is smaller than Key Largo, which may appeal to vacationers who want plenty to do without too much hustle and bustle. Islamorada is an ideal spot for those who want to experience lovely scenery, great recreational activities, and a quaint, charming, small-town atmosphere.

Chesapeake Beach Resort

3-Star Hotel

Playa Largo Resort & Spa, Autograph Collection

4-Star Hotel

Ranked the #2 resort in the Florida Keys. Located in Key Largo, FL, Playa Largo Resort & Spa is ideally situated along 14.5 acres of secluded beachfront property. Our hotel places you near many of the top local attractions, such as Theatre of the Sea, Dolphins Plus Bayside and John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Enjoy a vast array of outdoor activities, including watersports, eco-tours, diving, snorkeling and fishing. Indulge in delicious cuisine and cocktails at the restaurants and bars. The Ocean Spa offers a wide selection of healing treatments and wellness services to provide a relaxing getaway. Choose from 177 luxury rooms, suites, bungalows and one beach house with Florida Bay and eco-rich island views. Playa Largo Resort & Spa, Autograph Collection in Key Largo, FL, is a destination in itself.

Cheeca Lodge & Spa

4-Star Hotel

Cheeca Lodge is the ideal destination offering the height of luxury. The spacious guestrooms and suites offer a hub from which to explore all that our resort has to offer. Indulge yourself with amenities such as pillow-top mattresses, luxury bath amenities, plush bathrobes and more.

Cheeca Lodge & Spa is home to three world-class restaurants as well as two open-air Tiki Bars, all with sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean and the choice indoor or outdoor seating. From pan-seared hogfish and Guava-glazed Mahi at Atlantic’s Edge to wood-fired pizzas & house-made pasta at Mia Cucina to the freshest sushi served at an intimate twelve-seat bar at Nikai, the dishes at Cheeca Lodge are sure to appeal to every palate. The Spa is also available for a tranquil massage or wellness service.

Things to do in Key Largo/Islamorada:

  • Diving, Snorkeling, Watersports

  • History of Diving Museum

  • Hemingway House

  • Nature Center

  • Eat, shop and drink at Key Largo's many restaurants

  • Golfing, yoga and fishing

Day Trip Idea: Everglades National Park

10) Sedona, Arizona

Sedona is known for its exceptional landscape, breathtaking vistas and exhilarating experiences. Venture through crimson canyons in this geological wonderland. Traverse the red rocks, hike a mountain trail and bask in the beauty of blankets of stars. Wine enthusiasts can tour local vineyards, savoring the harvest and relishing Sedona's finest wines amidst unparalleled scenic backdrops. Guests can relax at a luxurious spa or enjoy the amazing arts scene that Sedona has to offer.

Best time to visit: Autumn

Where to stay:

El Portal

El Portal is more a guest house than a hotel, much less a resort, and is dwarfed by Los Abrigados next door. It’s only more impressive for this fact, an intimate twelve-room hotel that shows a fastidious attention to detail, a meticulous Arts and Crafts replica, with antique-reproduction doors handmade by the owner and antique furnishings and fittings everywhere.

The period touches don’t get in the way of the modern conveniences; suites feature flat-screen televisions, DVD players and high-speed internet access, and most have whirlpool tubs and separate showers. Breakfasts are included, and the dining room is open for dinner on weekends. The pool, spa and fitness center next door at Los Abrigados are open to El Portal guests.

Amara Resort & Spa

4-Star Hotel

Tucked along the banks of Oak Creek Canyon like a secret sanctuary, Amara Resort & Spa is also just steps from buzzing Uptown Sedona and close to endless outdoor adventures in the Red Rock Country. Enjoy cocktails by the pool, courtyard lawn games and the most glorious sunsets you have ever seen. Recently renovated, a new and sophisticated “tree lodge” aesthetic has been added to all guestrooms and public spaces. The new experience begins upon arrival as guests enter an inviting lobby allowing travelers to recharge. The redesign extends through SaltRock Southwest Kitchen, spa & fitness center completing the journey to the signature zero-edge infinity pool.

Mi amo Spa

5-Star Hotel

Mii amo embraces the natural beauty of the surrounding red rock canyon and offers a unique destination spa experience reflective of the Southwest healing culture. Accommodations include 14 guest rooms and 2 suites during three - four and seven night programs called Journeys that are inclusive of luxury accommodations: daily meals at Mii amo Cafe, spa treatments each day, private consultations, fitness classes, lectures, and use of all spa facilities. 24 treatment areas are located on the second level of the awarding winning 24000 square foot facility. Included are five outdoor treatment areas - inspired by Native American wikiups provide secluded hillside shelter for outdoor massage - meditation and Watsu therapy. Specially trained therapists provide a number of restorative therapies using Mii amo signature blends of oils and lotions - natural ingredients and Native American traditional practices. Consistently ranked as one of the worlds best destination spas Mii amo offers a wide range of services that our Journey Guides will customize prior to each guests arrival.

Things to do in Sedona:

  • Hiking and Biking

  • Spa Visits

  • Tours & Sightseeing

  • Exploring the canyons

  • Visit the shops, art galleries and museums

  • Wine tastings

  • Enjoy live entertainment at local bars and restaurants

Best Day Trip Idea: Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend

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