Pleasantly surprised with this clean and well-appointed motel. Next time I would request a room on the ground floor as there are no elevators. There are several 2 storey buildings with parking outside your building. Easy to walk to the registration building where a full hot breakfast is provided. A concierge is available to book tours and ask for directions.
Located in west Sedona, this inn with Red Rock views is 3 miles from Uptown Sedona and 9 miles from Slide Rock State Park.More
We stayed for one night. The room was lovely and bright, the bed very comfortable with a working fireplace in the corner. The bathroom was very clean and included lots of extras. There was a lovely view of the red rocks from our balcony and overall we had a great time. The breakfast the following morning is basic. I recommend the Restaurant across the road called Relics
Conveniently located just off Highway 89A, this boutique inn is 3 miles from uptown Sedona and close to attractions including …More
The room was stunning , everything perfect .
Every details is covered for you .
The fresh baked bread was yummy as well .
Breakfast was delicious every morning,
Different variety every morning .
We will definitely return .
Offering 15 spacious villas arrayed around a garden courtyard, this boutique bed and breakfast is within 3 blocks of West …More
"First impressions last"; the young lady who received us at check-in was not polite enough so it was kind of a disappointment because we drove almost 6 hours from New Mexico and we were tired and ready to get some rest but we didn't receive a good welcoming gesture, besides, she gave us the wrong info about the breakfast times, we needed to double check that out later. The other (older) lady was nice though, as well as the housekeeping ladies BUT I would recommend the housekeeping staff to WAIT until we (the guest) opens the door when you yell "housekeeping!" because this lady knocked on the door and opened it right away. Please provide some privacy! The room smelled bad when we opened it for the first time. Everything else was good. I loved the breakfast. Just the cinnamon waffles tasted weird.
Traveller from Albuquerque, NM
This Arizona hotel on Highway 89A is less than 3 miles from downtown Sedona and 6 miles from Red Rock Crossing. Coffee Pot …More
Locals live and shop in West Sedona, which has earned the nickname “The Real Sedona.” This community is directly north of Red Rock State Park, a 286-acre site once part of a private ranch. The park’s trails provide close views of the flora, fauna, and distinct geology. Those averse to hiking can explore the red rocks in with style: Pink Jeep Tours’ off-road adventures are a tourist favorite.