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Enchantment Resort

Discussion in 'US - Western States Timesharing' started by gnipgnop, Jun 10, 2019.

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    gnipgnop TUG Review Crew: Veteran TUG Member

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    Does anyone know if Enchantment Resort still serves Sunday Brunch? How can I find out what they charge for brunch? Is this resort far from Arroyo Roble? It has been a very long time since we were in Sedona so I would love to know about the Sunday brunch.. Thanks
     
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    Don't know anything -- except it is my favorite place in Sedona.
     
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    I went to the website and couldn't find any info regarding the Sunday Brunch. b2bailey - could you recommend a restaurant at the Enchantment? The website shows 3 or 4 different one's and never having been there a recommendation would be very appreciated.
     
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    I haven't been there for quite a few years, but love the resort as well. I don't know the names of the restaurants, but there is one where they serve outside and you have a view of the beautiful rock wall formations. They used to serve outside from the main dining room as well, but they weren't doing that, at least the last time we were there. It might be the Tii Gavo, which says it serves outside and serves lunch and dinner.
     
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    We usually enjoy a late lunch on the outdoor terrace at Tii Gavo after we hike Boynton Canyon. The menu is very simple, and the views are gorgeous! One of our favorite Sedona memories was watching a thunderstorm roll in with swirling black clouds and wild streaks of lightning against the red rocks.

    Here's Tii Gavo's lunch menu - https://www.enchantmentresort.com/i/downloads/Tii_Gavo_Lunch_Menu.pdf

    It takes about 20-25 to drive from Arroyo Roble to Enchantment.
     
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    Thank you so much for your response. It sounds wonderful and we will definitely go to the Tii Gavo. 16 more days, can't wait.
     
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