Travel

If you go to Arizona. . .

Where to stay

Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain

5700 East McDonald Drive

Paradise Valley

800-245-2051

www.sanctuaryaz.com

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Casitas $299-$699. Food is available at the spa and pool cafes and at Jade Bar. The resort’s main restaurant, Elements, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Dinner for two with wine about $120-$140.

Enchantment Resort and Mii Amo Spa

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525 Boynton Canyon Road, Sedona

928-282-2900

www.enchantmentresort.com

Casitas $275-$555. At Che-Ah-Chi, the resort’s signature restaurant, dinner for two with wine about $130-$150.

Little America Hotel

2515 East Butler Ave., Flagstaff

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928-779-7900

www.flagstaff.littleamerica.com

Set in a 500-acre private forest. Spacious rooms $119-$179.

Holiday Inn

Route 7, Chinle

928-674-5000

www.holidayinn.com

You won’t get a better meal or bed in this remote area. Rooms $81-$111.

Gouldings Lodge & Tours

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100 Main St.

Monument Valley, Utah

435-727-3231

www.gouldings.com

Rooms $82-$225. Offers Navajo-guided tours.

Valley of the Gods B&B

Mexican Hat

970-749-1164

Four rooms, $120-$130.

Where to eat

Wildflower Bread Co.

101 North Highway, 89A, Sedona

928-204-2223

Casual, inexpensive cafe in the heart of downtown serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Modern Grove

1020 South Milton Road, Flagstaff

928-774-4484

www.moderngrove.com

Market-style cafe serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Cow Canyon Cafe

Highways 191 and 162, Bluff

435-672-2208

Twin Rocks Cafe

913 East Navajo Twins Drive, Bluff

435-672-2341