“California Dreamin at Hillside Sedona”
(Sedona, AZ) You don’t have to be in LA to be “safe and warm”. In fact, here you can’t say, “All the leaves are brown, and the sky is grey.” If The Momas and The Papas never had the chance to visit Sedona, surely, you can come either for a “winter’s day” where the sky is blue and the rocks are red, but add on a Hillside Sedona tiptop mountainside for customized shopping within nestled privacy of Sedona’s signature luxury collection.
The ultra-luxury trend is back: Dior has just opened his Beverly Hills boutique as Christina Binkley comments on Dior in The Wall Street Journal: “The label believes consumers at the high end—in the fashion stratosphere occupied by Chanel and Valentino—expect an over-the-top luxe experience, complete with sophisticated art and design.” Regard for the high end characterizes service and offerings at Hillside Sedona as well.
Sweeping vistas of Sedona’s ancient red rocks complement Hillside Sedona’s dominant upscale and unsurpassed central location at 671 State Route 179. Parking is easy and generous. Hillside Sedona is an unparalleled experience for an entire day of relaxing, exploring, pampering and shopping. Distinctive galleries present international and nationally-known artists, wood carvers, sculptors and ceramists while luxury clothing, jewelry and home décor and furnishings beckon discriminating clientele. Personal salon services cap the scope of heart’s desires. Meandering, scenic walkways, contemporary architecture and concierge level merchant service exceed expectations. Hillside Sedona is a cozy and intimate environment while expansive in atmosphere and building footprint….worthy of its red rock location.
Wouldn’t it be great to stop, look up at this star-studded sky and out to endless vistas of this ancient land’s undisturbed landscape? It’s almost impossible to imagine how these two activities can be simultaneously experienced!
Gas prices are anticipated to decrease for the holidays, and for those who like to fly, Hugo Martin wrote in the Los Angeles Times today: “The cost to visit Grandma this Thanksgiving is up 9% over last year. But if you are flexible on your travel days, you could save up to $288 on airline tickets, according to the Travelocity website, which calculated the average airfares for the period of Nov. 17 to Nov. 27.”
Merchants have collaborated to present a consistent, welcoming consensus through the Hillside Sedona Consortium initiative in response to this great news. HSC brands Sedona’s beauty, recognizes, supports and serves visitors, tourists, new residents. Within Hillside Sedona’s carefully vetted environs, appreciators of taste can tap local, cultural, national, international, historic treasures – all conveniently accessible. Options match client taste and itinerary: fast serve or slow perusal.
Today’s domestic and international consumer-savvy visitors savor the experience and expect quality. Hillside Sedona fulfills and exceeds those desires because its merchants are knowledgeable, committed and dedicated to providing concierge-level service.
The reality of Hillside Sedona becomes an experience and then a memory which can be captured and continuously enjoyed through shopping, dining and personal service. With strategy applied to the leisure experience, choice is the determining factor and the reward. By car or plane, a red rock country is a world away but incredibly close within time travel of short trip.
The privacy of Hillside Sedona offers a spectacular setting for Californians and tourists who seek a contrasting getaway.
Pinnacle of luxury. . .
Take it home!
Max Ernst, the German surrealist, chose to build a residence in Sedona in the 40s…He stated: “There are only two places in the world I want to live—Paris and Sedona.” Paris or Sedona? You decide! Come and see for yourself!
For detailed information on Hillside Sedona, see the web-site: www.hillsidesedona.net; for inquiries pertinent to Hillside Sedona Consortium, contact James Ratliff, James Ratliff Gallery; phone: 928-282-