We stopped for an overnight in Camp Verde en route to our next day checkin at a Sedona resort. The front desk staff was friendly and helpful. Our suite was clean and comfortable, great for a family of 4. We enjoyed the included breakfast buffet. Well done!
Situated in Camp Verde, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Verde Valley Archaeology Center, Munds Wagon Trail, and Fort …More
This is a older style resort hotel (in the Village of Oak Creek - 10 mins from Sedona) which they are currently making improvements to. We had a one bedroom apartment which had a kitchenette including full sized refrigerator/freezer, microwave, small dishwasher and a small table with two chairs. It was on the ground floor and overlooking one of the pools. It was very clean and the linens were good. Pool towels were provided and there was a safe in the closet.The pool (the quiet one with no basketball ball net) was beautifully maintained and wonderful to swim in. There was also a spa which we tried and it was very enjoyable.
We arrived at 8pm on a Monday evening. Check-in was quick and we went straight to our room. As many have said before, this is a sort of timeshare resort (it operates on you buying points to be able to use properties at different locations). When we checked in at 8pm the concierge was not there so we bypassed being informed about any freebies you would get for attending a sales meeting. We never had reason to visit the reception area again. We did have messages left on our room phone and chose to ignore them. We were left with a leaflet on our door the day before leaving telling us about other properties we could stay at if we bought points. Again, we ignored this. At check-out, the concierge was there and gave us a 30 second spiel about the timeshare points. We politely declined and went on our way. We were not harassed in any way.
Traveller from Phoenix, Arizona
A scenic 6-mile drive from Uptown Sedona, this hotel is about 300 yards from popular Bell Rock Vista and Pathway; Prime …More
Vaqueros and vineyards mix in Camp Verde and surrounding valley. Steeped in Wild West history, Fort Verde maintains a group of historic military quarters from the late 1800s. During that era, ranchers began experimenting with grape growing. Today, Verde Valley is home to a few winemakers. Nearby, the Out of Africa Wildlife Park has a popular safari that includes mountain lions, tigers, and bears.