Enchantment Resort & Sedona Event Venues

Outdoors at the resort and offsite at nearby settings, nothing compares to the intriguing beauty of these special venues for meetings in Sedona. Each of them creates a memorable experience that can't be duplicated anywhere else, leaving guests with the satisfying pleasure of having enjoyed a truly one-of-a-kind event.

Enchantment Resort has connections with many other unique Sedona area venues throughout Northern and Central Arizona, including sites in Jerome, Flagstaff and Camp Verde. For details, call 480.264.3000 or email sales@enchantmentresort.com.


  • Enchantment Circle

    On the far north end of the resort’s 70-acre setting, this secluded area is perfect for evening arrival or departure events. Spectacular red rock cliffs under a star-studded Arizona desert sky hold the cliff dwellings where long-ago ancestors lived. Boynton Canyon is considered by the Yavapai Apache to be the birthplace of their people and is viewed by Native Americans of this area as sacred land.
  • Boynton Picnic Grounds

    Centrally located at Enchantment is a tree-rimmed grassy area complete with an authentic teepee. Set apart from the Meeting Village, this is a fantastic area for team building, chili cook-offs or any outdoor function a planner can imagine.
  • Village Terrace

    In the center of the Meeting Village, a stunning cobblestone terrace is set against the majestic red rock formations that have made Sedona famous. Breathtaking views of the red rocks are complemented by an open-air setting with lights and trees scattered throughout the area, and a kiva fireplace adding Southwestern charm. A perfect venue in close proximity to the Enchantment ballrooms, the Village Terrace provides a seamless indoor-outdoor experience for product launches, theme events or even a simple cocktail reception.
  • Rancho Los Lagos

    Featuring the scenic splendor of Sedona with a park-like setting, panoramic red rocks create the backdrop for a traditional southwestern landscape with split-wood fencing and adjacent red cliff walls. The grassy lawn stretching to the tree-lined banks of a sparkling river can be tented, or left natural during sunlit days and star-filled nights. A green-roofed gazebo provides charm and character, sitting high on a hill with sweeping 360-degree views of the famous red rock terrain.
  • Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village

    Nestled beneath the shade of the sycamores on the banks of beautiful Oak Creek, Tlaquepaque is a Spanish colonial style arts & crafts complex. A Sedona landmark since the 1970s, Tlaquepaque -- meaning the "best of everything" -- is fashioned after a traditional Mexican village with vine-covered stucco walls, cobblestone walkways and magnificent arched entryways. Events can be set around the beautiful fountains in the Patio del Norte, on the charming Patio de los Campanas or the Calle Independencia...or a combination for larger events. Guests appreciate sumptuous buffets and bars, as well as a myriad of entertainment possibilities ranging from mariachis or flamenco dancers to strolling guitarists or small orchestras.
  • ML Coleman Residence

    Inspired by light and shadow patterns and the colors found in nature, Michael Coleman’s subjects range from the mountains, desserts and canyons of the western United States to the city markets and rural areas of Europe. His works have been widely exhibited for nearly 20 years and are held in corporate and private collections worldwide. This local artist invites guests into his home / gallery / studio for a unique, intimate experience. Meet and chat with him over cocktails and dinner while viewing his work displayed throughout the home...in a spectacular, private setting overlooking the red rocks.