Sedona Meetings & Event Venues
Conveniently located within Enchantment’s Meeting Village, our Sedona resort features three ballrooms featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, accommodating up to 540 people. Three elegant meeting rooms cater to smaller groups and are complemented by sophisticated Southwestern décor and cutting-edge technology. An additional executive boardroom is located in the main resort area. To learn more about hosting your meeting or event at Enchantment Resort in Sedona, please call (480) 264-3000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On the far north end of the resort’s 70-acre setting, this secluded area is perfect for evening arrival or departure events. Beneath the star-studded Arizona desert sky, spectacular red rock walls hold the cliff dwellings where long-ago Native American ancestors resided. Boynton Canyon is considered by the Yavapai Apache to be the birthplace of their people and is viewed by Native Americans as sacred land.
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 dominate this open-air setting which features lights and trees scattered throughout the area and a kiva fireplace adding Southwestern charm. Situated in close proximity to the ballrooms, the Village Terrace provides a seamless indoor/outdoor experience for product launches, theme events and delightful cocktail receptions.
Offering 5,100 square feet of private event space and state-of-the-art technology, the Anasazi Ballroom is Enchantment’s largest meeting venue. The stunning space can accommodate up to 320 people seated at tables and over 500 guests in a theater-style seating arrangement. The ballroom is divisible into three configurations and offers floor-to-ceiling windows along two walls that provide a dramatic setting for any event.
The Agave Ballroom encompasses 2,800 square feet and is ideal for social gatherings as well as corporate meetings. With space for 168 guests at tables or 288 in a theater-style seating configuration, Agave also features a terrace and a large courtyard that is perfect for outdoor events, especially during Sedona’s idyllic summer season.
Offering 1,760 square feet of elegant meeting space, the Ocotillo Ballroom is a medium-sized meeting venue perfect for exclusive meetings and can be set as requested. The adjacent patio is ideal for après dinner cocktail events.
Conveniently located within our Meeting Village this space is ideal for planning meetings, office space and impromtu breakouts.
Showcasing a custom 25 ft. long x 8 ft. wide conference table as a focal piece that was made from a single Juniper tree, handpicked by the artist. A handcrafted sideboard created in the same manner is along the wall which accents two walls of windows, fireplace and a drop screen. Designed specifically for this room, the table has pop-ups in the center and glideaways in the sides for electronics.
The Juniper House sits at the front of the Meeting Village and is the perfect location for group arrivals, an activity departure point or trip director office. With an inviting fireplace, windows and open wood beamed ceilings, this can also serve as an intimate venue for small banquets or meetings.
Enchantment Resort is proud to offer our groups the opportunity to play Seven Canyons Sedona. Surrounded by over 100,000 acres of the Coconino National Forest, Seven Canyons is a truly unique and awe-inspiring golf club.
Exclusive Meetings Package
- Three nights in Junior Suite accommodations
- Executive boardroom-AV ready
- Light breakfast with continued coffee refresh
- Inventive, wellness breaks
- Welcome reception with Canyon views
- Wine-paired Chef’s Table dinner
- Gourmet cooking instruction & bourbon tasting team event
- ‘Grab-n-Go’ breakfast at departure
- Choice of golf at Seven Canyons or a spa treatment at Mii amo
“Our group is made entirely of high-level Meeting and Incentive Executives, and they were blown away by the meeting room’s authentic feel, the fantastic food, and the outstanding service. ”
– Melissa Van Dyke, The Incentive Research Foundation, Former President