Earlier this month, I partnered with Toyota to showcase their latest C-HR Nightshade edition where my sister and I got to stargaze in Sedona! The C-HR was a pretty nice car for our 2-hour drive from Phoenix to Sedona. We went on a stargazing tour, which I highly recommend. It was so much fun learning about all the stars, constellations and astrology.
Toyota C-HR Nightshade
I’m so grateful for the partnership with Toyota and the opportunity to get away in Sedona for a weekend. My sister was in charge of the itinerary for our 2-day trip. Here’s what we did during our weekend getaway in Sedona:
- Coffee Pot Restaurant for breakfast
- Firecreek Coffee
- Little Horse Trail for Hiking
- Dinner at The Hudson
- Boba at Sona Kitchen
- Sedona Stargazing Tour
We stayed at the Hilton Sedona at Bell Rock for 2 nights – the hotel was beautiful. We got the 2 queen beds suite with a small patio.
The stylish two queen suite is 615-629 sq. ft. with a living/dining area, separate bedroom with two queen beds and a patio or private balcony. The suite’s décor has a soothing color palette of grays and blues with modern furnishing accented with touches of wood and metal. Stretch out in front of the suite’s gas fireplace in a private living room with queen sofa sleeper and attached chaise lounge. The dining area features a dining table, wet bar, All suites have private balconies and two HDTVs.
We arrived Friday evening and grabbed dinner at the ShadowRock.
Saturday morning, we stopped by Coffee Pot Restaurant for early breakfast. Coffee Pot Restaurant has so many breakfast options at such an affordable price. I highly recommend coming really early or there might be a longer wait – that’s how you know the place is good.
Fun fact – Tyler played golf with the owner of the restaurant back in August.
On Sunday, we didn’t really take many photos since we were mostly exploring, but we grabbed brunch at Creekside Coffee and explored uptown Sedona for the remainder of the day before heading back.