Adobe Grand Villas is a great choice for a stay in Sedona. You can take a dip in the outdoor pool, then indulge in massages, facials, or aromatherapy. A spa tub and a garden are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale bed & breakfast offer upscale touches like fireplaces and jetted tubs.
Take in the views from the rooftop terrace when you stay at Casa Sedona Inn. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant, and the spa tub makes for a relaxing end to the day. Nice touches like fireplaces, premium bedding, and bathrobes are offered up in all rooms.
Pros: Room was beautiful and the bed was very comfortable. The breakfast was delicious
At A Sunset Chateau, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Chapel of the Holy Cross. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool and indulge in deep-tissue massages. There's a spa tub and 2 outdoor tennis courts, and rooms at this upscale inn get the details right with fireplaces and premium bedding.
Pros: Convenient to downtown Sedona,
recently remodeled, comfortable beds, beautiful furnishings,
easy to find, owner is obviously experienced and gracious
excellent breakfast and good recommendations for local food.
Cons: no tub in suite, only shower, but she said one of the rooms will be redone in the spring to include a tub.
Showcasing a barbecue and sun terrace, Whispering Creek Bed & Breakfast is located in Sedona, just 3 miles from Chapel of the Holy Cross. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site. All rooms come with a flat-screen TV. Certain units feature a sitting area to relax in after a busy day. All rooms are equipped with a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes and free toiletries. You will find a shared lounge at the property. The nearest airport is Flagstaff Pulliam Airport, 19 miles from the property.
Pros: Beautiful quiet location just south of Sedona; gorgeous views from our room and private patio (we stayed in the casita); delicious multi-course breakfasts every morning; fun, colorful, tasteful south-west decor. Russ and Aurora were sweet, hospitable, and helpful in helping us plan our days.
Showcasing Red Rock views, this authentic Southwest Adobe style B&B is on Sedona Golf Resort at The Ridge. A fireplace and free Wi-Fi is featured in each vibrant room. A full breakfast is served daily. All rooms at Adobe Hacienda Bed & Breakfast feature Southwestern décor with antique furnishings and art. Guests can enjoy mountain and garden views. Satellite TV and an iPod docking station are provided. Guests can enjoy a breakfast of southwest blue corn pancakes and adobe baked bananas. Made of mixed berries and Agave nectar, fruit smoothies are available as well. Adobe Hacienda Bed & Breakfast Sedona is a 3 minute drive from Bell Rock Vortex. Grand Canyon is 128 miles away.
El Portal Sedona Hotel puts you within a 15-minute drive of Chapel of the Holy Cross and Bell Rock. Free self parking is an added perk, and guests can keep active with onsite hiking/biking trails. Nice touches like Egyptian cotton sheets, down comforters, and bathrobes are offered up in all rooms.
Pros: Beautiful rooms and very peaceful atmosphere.
Pros: Understated elegance, fantastic location, great location and friendly staff.
In the heart of Sedona's spectacular Red Rock country lies a romantic Inn - L'Auberge de Sedona. Nestled along the banks of Oak Creek Canyon and surrounded by towering cliffs of magenta, L'Auberge offers traditional comforts in a creek side setting.
Pros: Quiet, clean and comfortable! We went in early June-- off season-- and while it was hot, the view from our porch was beautiful.
Pros: Loved the room. Felt like being in a cozy home.
Warm and tasteful decoration. Great bed and great bathroom.
Close parking. Great mini kitchen .
When you stay at Las Posadas of Sedona, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Bell Rock and Chapel of the Holy Cross. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool and indulge in massages. Other highlights include a spa tub and a seasonal outdoor pool, and apartments offer upscale features like fireplaces and soaking tubs.
Cons: The motel was farther from Sedona than we thought. Even though the address is Sedona it's 10 minutes out of town.
Pros: We lucked out. While the location is south of Sedona itself, it is closest to the best red rock formations and hiking trails. And, it's far away from the crowds, traffic and shopping scene of downtown Sedona. Walk to restaurants, supermarket.
At Desert Quail Inn, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Bell Rock and Chapel of the Holy Cross. Guests can enjoy the outdoor pool, and hiking/biking trails, kayaking, and mountain biking are nearby. Rooms feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves, along with LCD TVs and premium bedding.
Cons: Property is run down. Massive investment needed.
Rooms: had a junior suite and found it fine. Curtains were a thin sheer fabric that was dirty. Shower head didn't function properly so shower wasn't relaxing. Furniture outdated. Porch dirty and unkempt.
Spa: Shocking that the spa is so highly rated - locker room lockers didn't work, showers grungy, dirty towels everywhere as attendant never there, the masseuse was 15 min late for one of my treatments. You get it.
Cons: Very hard to find parking if you bring a car. $5 for a cup of coffee confusing to get around
Pros: Location was amazing. Boynton Canyon was gorgeous and there were a lot of activities to participate on the properties. Facilities were top-notch.
Cons: Had multiple issues with the staff. Service at View180 and Che-Ah-Chi was pretty slow. Had to ask on multiple occasions for drink refills or to get a check. They ran out of towels at the pool and weren't able to send anyone down in the few hours we were there to put out new ones.
When visiting Sedona, Enchantment Resort is a great choice to consider. After having fun at the outdoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. An indoor pool and a health club are other highlights, and rooms feature fireplaces and kitchens.
Pros: The views of the red rock just outside our room were spectacular.
Cons: The room itself is big enough but I found the bathroom quite small for a room costing nearly $400 a night.
Pros: it's in a very good location. Views are great. Everyone at the reception was welcoming and courteous; same at the breakfast area.
Cons: Noisy. There were lots of kids screeching and running around in the back pool area. Not sure what the smoking policy on the hotel grounds is, but there were plenty of smokers right outside of our room patio, and worst of all, cigar smokers. I feel that if you book a non smoking room, your patio is included in that. Unfortunately, not in this hotel.
Pros: The setting is absolutely beautiful. The room and pool was very nice and the staff were very pleasant and helpful.
The Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villas offers great value to each guest by providing amenities typically found in larger resort properties. As our guest you will enjoy; Location: conveniently situated in the heart of Uptown Sedona-steps from fine art galleries, shopping, and restaurants for which the area is known. The hotel also offers over 600 feet of private frontage on sparkling Oak Creek. Surround yourself with ancient Sycamore trees and sounds of the Creek- a hidden gem in Uptown Sedona! World Famous Red Rock Views: as the tallest building in Sedona, the hotel provides five floors of unobstructed panoramic views from your private balcony or patio. Town view rooms are also available. Free breakfast: we treat our guests to a complimentary hot breakfast buffet of freshly prepared scrambled eggs, meats, potatoes, cheese, waffles, cold cereals, yogurt, bakery breads, fresh fruits and a full complement of beverages. Comfort: each guest room is tastefully appointed with Simmons® plush pillow top mattresses together with quality linens and a variety of pillows. Hotel rooms include 46-inch LED TV's offering over 60 channels, DVD Player, free Wi-Fi, refrigerator, and microwave. The upgrades: North Signature & North Signature Plus rooms offer a fireplace, private patio or balcony, 42-inch LCD TV, wet bar, shower with body sprays, and optional jetted tub. Creekside Villas are the properties most spacious alternative that can accommodate up to six guests. Nestled on the banks of Oak Creek, the two-story Villas include a living room, two fireplaces, private patio and balconies, full kitchen, and more! Recreation: complimentary use of the exclusive Arroyo Roble Clubhouse includes an indoor pool, outdoor pool, steam room, sauna, game room, in/outdoor whirlpools, and fully equipped exercise facility. The hotel also offers an additional outdoor pool with fabulous red rock views.
Pros: The grounds of Amara are beautiful. Red rocks serve as a backdrop to the pool/hot tub and common area. I liked that it was a small hotel and not too crowded. They have a wine hour every evening which was fun (but the trade off is no breakfast in the morning). The rooms were clean and beds were comfortable.
Cons: The young guy with glasses at the front desk made a big deal of announcing we booked our room through a "third party" on arrival (through Kayak's Getaroom). Not sure exactly why he made such a big deal of that fact, but let it go. When we got to our room we saw that it had two double beds instead of a king size bed like we had reserved. I went back to the young guy at the front desk to ask for the correct room and he said it wasn't the hotels fault and that I would need to take it up with Getaroom (once again making a bid deal of booking through a 3rd party). His customer service skills were very weak and he would benefit from additional training on making guests feel welcome and comforting. FYI: The hotel allows pets and we heard dogs barking in the morning. Didn't bother us too much since we were early risers due to jet lag, but if you're looking to sleep in you may want to find another location or specify you want to be far from rooms with pets.
Pros: The Amara Resort was surrounded by the breathtaking views of the Red Rocks of Sedona and was surrounded by many local stores. I would especially recommend the restaurant at the hotel for a great and healthy breakfast. We were also pleased with the car service which was nice when we didn't feel like walking.
Cons: The only thing I would've liked is to have a slightly larger pool, since the pool was extremely crowded and there wasn't much room to swim.
Pros: Parking service and the guy at check in were very good
Cons: Shower did not work it was only hot water there was something wrong with it's faucet and the girl at check out just said she would let engineering know and that's all, you spent more than $400 on the hotel and not being able to shower?
Pros: Rooms were comfortable, location was perfect
Cons: No complaints whatsoever
Pros: We loved the location. Walking distance from all of the unique shops and restaurants in Uptown Sedona, but also very quiet and relaxed in a beautiful setting beside the creek.
The service was amazing!
We also loved the fact that the valet service is included and there is a complimentary shuttle service to anyplace within 1 mile away.
Cons: The price may be a bit high.
Pros: The pool - especially the view, wine hour, the huge room
Pros: great staff, clean modern room
Cons: can't find something to complain about
This air-conditioned city-center property is located just a few steps from Oak Creek, in Sedona, close to Sedona Art Center, Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, and Chapel of the Holy Cross. Area attractions include Bell Rock.
Amara Resort and Spa has an outdoor infinity pool and complimentary pool cabana, a spa tub, a steam room and sauna, and a 24-hour fitness facility. This Sedona property features massage and body treatments, facial treatments, reflexology, couples treatments, waxing, and manicures and pedicures. SaltRock Kitchen features indoor and outdoor seating with pool and garden views, and fire pits. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are available, as well as live music in the evenings (seasonal; schedule subject to change). Drinks are served and the venue has a happy hour. Event facilities consist of a ballroom, conference rooms, and banquet facilities. Business amenities include a 24-hour business center, wireless Internet access (complimentary for loyalty member guests), and audio-visual equipment, as well as a computer station. A technology helpdesk is close at hand. Pets are allowed.
Amenities featured in guestrooms include pillowtop mattresses, DVD players, and air conditioning, as well as organic honor bars. Coffeemakers are available on request. Guestrooms have cable TV with ESPN and pay movies, as well as iPod docking stations and DVD players. Business-friendly amenities include high-speed Internet access (complimentary for loyalty members), laptop-compatible safes, and multi-line phones. Balconies or patios are featured in all guestrooms. Bathrooms provide complimentary toiletries, bathrobes, and hair dryers. Guestroom services include in-room massage, wake-up calls, and housekeeping. Rollaway beds are available on request. All public areas and guestrooms are smoke-free.
Cons: VERY noisy. The room pictured was not the room we were given. Staff was less than friendly.
Pros: Very comfortable and good value
Cons: Would have liked a desk lamp in the room, air conditioner noisy when it runs.
Pros: The staff was very friendly and allowed us to check in early. The rooms were clean and comfortable.
Pros: Very comfortable. Convenient location. Good value.
Pros: Staff was friendly. Room was clean. Beds were comfortable. Will definitely be staying here in the future. Highly recommended to anyone staying in Sedona on vacation. The view from the room was excellent.
Cons: The only complaint i have is that check in time is 3pm
Location. This west Sedona hotel is 1.9 miles from the Coffee Pot and 3.4 miles from the Chapel of the Holy Cross. Bell Rock is five miles away.
Hotel Features. Sedona Real Inn has a seasonal outdoor pool, a spa tub and a fitness facility. Other amenities include complimentary Internet access in public areas and meeting rooms for small groups. A roundtrip airport shuttle is available for a surcharge.
Guestrooms. Renovated in February 2016, the guestrooms include DVD players, air conditioning, and coffee/tea makers. Business-friendly amenities include desks, free local calls, and voice mail. All guestrooms provide microwaves and refrigerators. Bathrooms feature bathroom phones and hair dryers. Guestrooms are accessible via exterior corridors. All guestrooms at Sedona Real Inn are non-smoking.
Pros: We loved the location, amenities and the staff was great.
Pros: Beautiful creek and gardens. Fully equipped condo. We stayed 2 nights, but once there realized a week would have been fine. Very nice West Fork hiking trail is nearby.
Cons: Pillows were too poufy, and they didn't have any flatter ones. Better bring your own.
Pros: Love the easy access to the creek. Also enjoyed the fireplaces in the actual unit. Will definitely come back
Cons: No cell phone service for sprint and tmobile. The towels were stained up. I will definitely bring my own towels next time around
Pros: Great place to stay for a Romantic Getaway!
The cozy villas of Junipine Resort are clustered in the forest outside Sedona, an 8-minute drive from Slide Rock State Park. Guests can drive to the Grand Canyon in 2 hours, and can enjoy outdoor activities all year round, from fishing and hiking in summer to skiing in winter at Arizona Snowbowl.
Pros: I am working on a long term project in Sedona and stumbled across this hotel for my stays in the area. I am usually only in town for one or two nights, and am working most of the time (when not sleeping). This hotel was quiet and very clean... appears to have been very recently renovated as everything seems to be new in the room. The staff was very nice, and were very helpful with restaurant recommendations, etc... I will definitely be staying here from now on..until my project is finished.
Cons: The office is not open late or early, so I did not have a way to check out in the morning when I left at 6:30am. A key drop would be nice, so guests can check out without the office being open.
Pros: I like the convenience and location. It is small and off of the highway. I staff were very friendly. It was very quiet and clean. The bed was new and comfortable.
Cons: The office opens late and I had an appointment before they opened at 8. I was unable to take advantage of the breakfast.
Pros: Great location. Friendly staff. Homey welcoming atmosphere.
Cons: The shower had mold ,the rooms are small and smell old.
Pros: Clean, convient, freindly
Cons: No pool, but a jacuzzi
When you stay at Baby Quail Inn, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Chapel of the Holy Cross. Guests can enjoy the spa tub, and hiking/biking trails and mountain biking are nearby. Rooms feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves, along with flat-screen TVs and bathrobes.
Red Agave Resort puts you within a 10-minute drive of Bell Rock and Chapel of the Holy Cross. Guests can enjoy the outdoor pool, and hiking/biking trails and mountain biking are nearby. Rooms feature kitchens, DVD players, and free WiFi.
Pros: Location was great. Right on the creek, with places to walk around. DQ right across the street. Allows pets. Nice to be out of Sedona and away from all the tourists. Quiet. Definitely want to come back with my family or friends and rent a bigger unit.
Cons: Most rooms have jacuzzis and late at night, the pipes in our rooms were making some crazy and scary noises! We plugged up the tub and put a towel over the drain which stopped it but it was super weird. Room was a tad small, but fine for my boyfriend and I. No cell phone service here!
Pros: I loved the personal service that the staff provided from recommending restaurants to helping with directions.
Cons: The traffic at certain times of the day was difficult, but that wasn't the hotel's fault.
Oak Creek Terrace is a great choice for a stay in Sedona. Free perks include WiFi and self parking. Other highlights include a terrace and a garden.
Enjoy your visit to Sedona with a stay at Garlands Oak Creek Lodge. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Other highlights include a terrace and a garden.
Pros: So fun for our family the cottage was spacious and so nice
Enjoy your visit to Sedona with a stay at Sedona Pines Resort. The outdoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at Sedona Pines Bistro, which serves American cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A fitness center and a spa tub are offered, and in-room conveniences include refrigerators and microwaves.
Pros: rooms and facilities are beautiful.
close to town
viery pleasant staff
Cons: a lot of stairs to go up and down to get to your room
Pros: Convenient location
Cons: The room was small and we could hear the conversation of the people next door. They were speaking at a normal conversions level. We felt very uncomfortable being ourselves --felt like we were sharing a room with them.
Located in the heart of Sedona's Red Rock country. Most rooms are fully equipped condominium units with full kitchens, dining rooms, and fireplaces. Adjacent to the Shops of Pinon Pointe which offers some of Sedona's finest shops and galleries.
Pros: Great location in the middle of everything, but away from it all at the same time. Less than 5 minutes to Sedona or Upper Sedona, but, without the hub-bub and touristy stuff. Great views looking over Sedona to the Red Rocks. Upgrade to a rim view room, it is well worth it.
Cons: Accomodations are a bit dated, mattress was so-so. But, the great location and fair prices more than made up for that.
Pros: I enjoyed the view at the top of the mountain. If the weather conditions are right then star gazing in the middle of the night is great. Dog friendly and hiking trails for long walks.
Pros: This place was clean and amazing. It is now our place to stay in Sedona!
At Sky Ranch Lodge, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Chapel of the Holy Cross. After splashing around at the outdoor pool, you can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge. A spa tub and a garden are offered, and in-room conveniences include refrigerators and microwaves.