The Travel Guide The Southwest

Spring means one thing: road trips. Hit the highway like a true Mixology MVP by following our itinerary from Arizona to New Mexico—here’s what to see along the way.


SEDONA AZ


SEDONA AZ

Antelope Canyon

ANTELOPE CANYON TOUR

There’s a reason Antelope Canyon is one of the most photographed spots in the U.S.A. The painterly colors and unique character of this canyon are beyond inspiring—hike for the best views or just play photographer against the dazzling terrain.

The Look: Comfy clothes and closed-toe shoes are a must if you’re in a hiking mood. Pair your favorite graphic tee with jeans to take in the sights.


Enchantment Resort

ENCHANTMENT RESORT

Fly out to Arizona and make this your first place to rest your head. Surrounded by the breathtaking red rocks of Boynton Canyon, it’s the epitome of your sandstone desert landscape dreams (with a pool for cooling off, of course).



Channel a posh look for lounging poolside—an easy dress is perfect for packing light, and can be dressed down with denim anytime.


THE GRAND CANYON


THE GRAND CANYON

The Grand Canyon

THE GRAND CANYON

From Sedona, it’s about a four hour drive to the Grand Canyon—something nobody should miss out on seeing.

Under Canvas Camping

UNDER CANVAS CAMPING

You didn’t think we’d skip glamping, did you? These tricked-out tents boast tons of modern amenities while also letting you see the stars in the brilliant desert sky. On-camp activities like yoga and s’mores sessions make it easy to stay busy—and of course, the concierge can help you plan your Grand Canyon visit, too.



Embrace your inner dharma bum with retro details and relaxed silhouettes for a day of yoga and painting classes that will *probably* end with a campfire song or two.


SANTA FE NM

SANTA FE NM

El Rey Court

EL REY COURT

Situated on Historic Route 66, this unique travel lodge has a character all its own. Traditional Adobe architecture mingles with hip, high-design elements to create a cozy spot you’ll want to return to. Sidle up to their Tequila bar or take a dip in a hot tub when night falls for the full experience.

Maria's

MARIA'S

Lots of places are described as a “hole in the wall”, but Maria’s truly lives up to the moniker. Tear into a plate of this Santa Fe institution’s legendary scratch-made tamales or tacos, then order a round (or two) of Margs courtesy of the incredible Tequila list—it boats 100+ options.


Keep cool for a day of museum-hopping and pay homage to the creative vibes of this artful city with an impressionistic floral print top.



Kowboyz

KOWBOYZ

What’s a western trip without western wear? Pick up an authentic pair of vintage boots from this extensive selection, or try a western shirt on for size at this Vogue-approved specialty shop.

Meow Wolf

MEOW WOLF

On the opposite side of the spectrum, Meow Wolf is a technicolor trip of a museum—if one can even call it that. A neon, fever dream-like space that blurs the line between art and experience, it’s like what might happen if Alice In Wonderland found herself in a Legends Of The Hidden Temple course—get ready to have your expectations exceeded.