Encircled by towering red mesas and massive buttes, this extraordinary hideaway, situated at the entrance to secluded Boynton Canyon, is a place that uplifts mind, body, and spirit. The resort’s buff-colored adobe casitas, inspired by Native American dwellings, appear to have been extruded by the landscape. Junior suites feature log-beamed ceilings, a beehive fireplace, and an oversize bathroom with a separate shower and soaking tub. Enchantment resort provides exclusive access to Seven Canyons, a beguiling par-70 layout designed by Tom Weiskopf that’s short on the card (under 7,000 yards) but long on jaw-dropping views of Sedona’s red rock country. Marked by small greens, slim fairways, and sharp elevation changes, Seven Canyons, at 4,600 feet above sea level, is literally breathtaking. Back at the hotel, sipping prickly pear margaritas during one of Sedona’s crushed orange sunsets is a favorite pastime.