Summer in Sedona
Poolside Specials and Activities
Cool off, relax and recharge poolside with a variety of seasonal specials. From refreshing tropical cocktails to fresh summer salads, wraps and grilled specialties, Blue Water Café has all your favorites and more.
- Seasonal drink specials
- Poolside bites and tasty treats
- Music and complimentary pool floats
- Weekly splash parties featuring glow-in-the-dark pool toys, live music, poolside buffet and more
- Kids menus and water features
Games and Gathering
This summer, share a laugh and an appetizer while enjoying a variety of games and activities at ShadowRock Tap + Table. At the center of the action is a 27-seat rectangular bar that serves a variety of local craft beers, specialty summer cocktails and a full menu.
Featuring scenic seating and water features, games and ambient dining spaces, ShadowRock Tap + Table is the vibrant village spot where travelers can kick back, relax and cheers with locals.
- Ping Pong
- Corn Hole
Movie Night in the Living Room
Sedona’s stunning landscape has not gone unnoticed by Hollywood and it has been the backdrop for many of Hollywood’s original western movies. More than 100 films and numerous television productions have been partially or entirely shot on location in Sedona. Legendary film stars like John Wayne, Maureen O’Hara, Joan Crawford, James Stewart and Elivs Presly to name just a few have worked on films in Sedona. Please join us nightly in the resort lobby Living Room for a double showing of timeless films that feature Sedona’s colorful landscape. Showing daily at 4pm and 7pm.
Cinematic Adventure Schedule
Monday: Stay Away, Joe starring Elvis Presley & Burgess Meredith
Tuesday: 3:10 to Yuma starring Glenn Ford
Wednesday: Johnny Guitar starring Joan Crawford
Thursday: Angel and the Badman starring John Wayne
Friday: Broken Arrow starring James Stewart
Saturday: The Rounders starring Henry Fonda
Sunday: Johnny Guitar starring Joan Crawford
Star Gazing Saturdays
Join us for a Star Party on the Porch every Saturday evening weather permitting.
The International Dark-Sky Association has named Sedona to a short, prestigious list of cities where you can actually see the stars at night.
Sedona, known for its red-rock scenery, joins Flagstaff, AZ as one of just eight communities in the world to be named an International Dark Sky Community.