Ratings based on 13 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Phoenix, AZ
Charming & relaxing bed & breakfast.Posted Oct 12, 2014
Pros: We loved all the personal touches, like the room diary. It was a pleasure reading all the entries from many years, & adding our own. It was a joy.
Cons: It would have been nice to have the fireplace working, & the blinds didn't quite cover the windows. Early morning coffee would be wonderful!
Location: There was several excellent restaurants in walkable distance, as well as several shops. Many more places nearby in a few minutes in a car.
We started our stay with a personal tour given by the newest "Inn Keeper." She took great pride in showing us all the wonderful amenities, like the labirynth & medicine wheel, the reading room & breakfast room, & in introducing us to the chefs in the open kitchen. She also served us our wonderful breakfast in the morning, which was prepared from organic foods. Our room was the Moon Flower suite, which was delightful, with a fireplace, leather chairs, & wooden shuttered windows with an excellent view of teapot peak. The room had its own wooden deck where we sat to enjoy evening drinks. We walked the stone paths to find the hidden statues, & enjoyed the gardens & decks. It was a very renewing experience for us.
Recommendedby Patrick Sullivanfrom Avondale, Az.
Romantic GetawayPosted Jun 10, 2014 on Hotels.com
We cannot begin to express our overwhelming satisfaction with the Lodge. From the moment we walked in till the moment we drove away, we felt like we were visiting family for the weekend. The entire staff was very nice, accommodating and just a joy to be around. While the room we had was not the Ritz, it was very romantic and welcoming, we would not have changed a thing. Our hostess was extremely knowledgeable about the surrounding areas dinning options as well as the sights and activities that should be taken in during our short stay. We left asking each other just one question: it wasn't if we would be returning to the Lodge at Sedona but When We will be returning and how much longer can we stay. Thank you so much for such a wonderful, romantic and unforgettable getaway to Sedona! Patrick + Marisa
for Everyoneby laurafrom orlando
First trip to SedonaPosted May 12, 2014
I was really surprised at this little place tucked back from the road. My initial impression was it is very dated-- but it is very relaxing -- the private room with outside porch was like our own little apartment. It may be nicer to have an updated television -- and perhaps a fridge in the room. The location was great for accessing many trails.
Recommendedby Paulfrom SF
Beautiful B&BPosted Apr 8, 2014 on Hotels.com
Amazing B&B in the heart of Sedona. Stayed in Moon Flower room and it had a great view of mountains. The chef prepared breakfast in the morning and I would stay here again without hesitation.
Recommendedby Pacific NW travelersfrom Washington USA
QuietPosted Mar 7, 2014 on Hotels.com
We were weary from long day of travel. The bed was very comfortable but bathroom out dated. Breakfast was served lukewarm so unappetizing. We felt we didn't get the value we expected for this location.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
The Loge at SedonaPosted Jan 6, 2014
A nice retreat/bed and breakfast to go to. It's not predict but the staff is helpful and considerate. Some times the breakfast is less than perfect.
by Bettinafrom Phoenix
Quiet and clean.Posted Jan 6, 2014
The room was cute and the grounds were very pretty. It was very quiet. The staff unfortunately was very disconnected, I think unless you were a part of the 'retreat' group you were ignored. I made the mistake of attempting to pour a glass of juice in the lobby one day and I was quickly stopped and told that was not for me..it was petty of them considering the cost of the rooms and the fact that it was a glass of juice. Bottom-line, if you're looking for customer service don't go here. The beds were very squishy too, not the best mattress or pillows, I got a neck and shoulder ache. Lovely jet tub though, that countered the mattress. They could dial up the romance getaway aspect of this lodge by adding better mattresses and making the guests feel more welcome..
Recommendedby carolinefrom uk
last minute detour - glad we stayedPosted Oct 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
Lovely quaint rooms, great breakfast, will stay again!
Recommendedby A verified traveler
First trip to Sedona - beautiful B&BPosted Feb 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
We just loved this B&B! It's so convenient but feels like it's out in the country somewhere. The people were lovely and the food was great. As someone who practically lives in the chains for business, I loved the personal touches and arts and craft styled rooms. If you are looking for luxury, try someplace else, but if romantic, comfortable, peaceful, friendly and convenient are on your list, this is a good choice.
for Couplesby Marthafrom San Diego
Craftsman-style Lodge with a retreat fee.Posted Dec 2, 2012
Pros: The facilities were beautiful, the food was delicious, the labyrinth was special.
Cons: The upstairs bedroom was a bit small and too dark.
Location: A little hard to find if you arrive after dark, but the lodge is set back from the the main road and is in a beautiful setting among pinion pines.
The Lodge at Sedona is a wonderful Craftsman-style bed and breakfast tucked away off of the busy 89A highway. Mature trees and landscaping compliment the "retreat" feel to the property. The common areas are tastefully appointed with Craftsman touches. Our second-floor bedroom was cozy, but a bit dark. We asked for another lamp and the staff willingly obliged. The open kitchen concept was unique--and allowed us to watch the chef at work. The gourmet breakfasts and late afternoon snacks were beautiful and very satisfying. Several other guests were there for a wellness retreat complete with vegetarian meals and colonics. These guests were dealing with very serious illnesses, and though the atmosphere was not unpleasant, there was a sense of earnestness to restore health and wellness.