Stayed here 4 nights with family. Hiked in the morning, came back to hotel to swim or relax and then go back out in the evening. We had a great view of Sedona rocks from our hotel room. Second time in Sedona and this hotel was better than our first time here.
Located in the heart of Sedona, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Exposures International Fine Art Gallery and 2.9 mi (4.7 …More
The hotel is located on a ridge above Sedona and the views a beautiful. The grounds are also beautifully maintained with ponds, trees and meandering paths through the complex. Highly recommend staying here. Very quiet.
Traveller from Southern Cal
Located in West Sedona, this lodge is within 3 mi (5 km) of Mountain Trails Galleries, Kuivato Gallery, and Lanning Gallery …More
This place is great to stay at when visiting Sedona. It offers a kitchen, full size fridge, and a deck with a bbq grill. The room also has everything you will need to cook and enjoy your meals. It was a much needed break from expensive meals out in town. The best part is the hotel has a very large year round hot tub , and offers convent parking right outside your room. If you are planning to do a lot of outdoor activities and want to avoid the tourist traps this hotel is for you.
Traveller from Los Angeles
Located in West Sedona, this cottage is within 9 mi (15 km) of Amitabha Stupa, Sugarloaf Mountain Trailhead, and Devil's …More
Went for our 45th Anniversary. Gorgeous grounds as well as rooms fit for King's and Queens. The restaurants had the best food - everything we ate was perfection. We had breakfast, lunch and 2 dinners during our 3 night stay. Each and every meal was delicious! Staff was so attentive - they couldn't do enough for you. Brought our 2 dogs. Walking paths were shaded and landscaping was gorgeous.
Traveller from Scottsdale, AZ
Majestic red-rock pinnacles and buttes shelter this leafy oasis located in the heart of Uptown Sedona, Arizona.More
Small, Newly renovated hotel in great location. Restaurant was also convenient and had great food. All the amenities you need to relax after hiking and exploring this gorgeous area. Staff was very accommodating and friendly.
Traveller from B
This West Sedona hotel is accessible to such outdoor activities as hiking, biking, and golf; Jeep tours and Tlaquepaque Arts …More
Our base was Tuscan but we wanted to see the northern sites of Williams (Grand Canyon), Flagstaff (rodeo) and Sedona. Found Los A. on a hotel site and decided we needed two nights there. After visiting Phoenix (Heard Museum, the scenic 5.5 driving miles to Dobbin's lookout) and watching the sunset at Sunset Rest Stop, we didn't get to Los A. until around 9 p.m. Easy check in. Disappointed we were on the 2nd floor with my husband's bad knees but we only had 1 suitcase. Parking was tight but we paralleled into a suspected possible illegal spot across from our building. Next morning we were up early to drive to Williams to take the train to the Grand Canyon. Route 89A was breathtaking but was also under construction in places with a non-existing but dirt road. After the train, we drove to Flagstaff to see the rodeo so we didn't get back to Los A. again until 11 p.m.because we decided to drive down 17 and come back up to Sedona to avoid 89A. We parked in the same (only) spot and all we did was sleep at Los A.
Traveller from PA
This family-friendly Sedona hotel is located near the airport, just steps from Mountain Trails Galleries and Kuivato Gallery …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.