I did my own research before I emailed my adviser, Beth Washington at McCabe World Travel, a Virtuoso member in McLean, Va. Scouring the web for the best offers at luxurious resorts in Sedona with a pool, nearby hikes and kid-friendly activities, I narrowed my selection right down to the Enchantment. The least expensive option was a nonrefundable fee of $623.38 for two nights or $718.seventy six with flexible cancellation. The Virtuoso rate for a similar room was the same because the versatile rate and included every day breakfast (a $30 credit score per particular person, per day) and $100 credit score toward spa or golf. After visiting the Grand Canyon with my 9-12 months-old daughter in August, I splurged on a two-night time keep on the Enchantment Resort in Sedona, Ariz., to cap off our mom-daughter journey. Upon arrival, we were upgraded to a two-bedroom, two-bath suite with a kitchenette, a fire and dual balconies going through the breathtaking pink rocks of Boynton Canyon — a major increase from the $299-a-night double queen room we had reserved. Our complimentary every day breakfast might be taken in the room or at the hotel restaurant, a hotel receptionist informed us.