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“The place to stay in Sedona”
My wife & I love the location,room,room service & comfort.Very easy to move around town except for road constructions,close to main street &every thing.We're planning to come back.How about the zigzag road & surrouding mountain &rock formations.Awesome!!!
We stayed in one of the "poco casitas" - spacious, comfortable bed, overlooking the golf course. Hotel staff attentive and responsive to our requests. Food was so-so - hotel maintenance outside needed some upkeep, but overall a great experience.
“Great value and nice too!”
Very nice place. Quiet and the staff was excellent.
“The best we have had in 30 years we will be back”
When we arrived we were greeted with a free upgrade to a deluxe room with a view of the golf course and a gas fire place it was so good that we are going to go twice per year it will become our spot to get away from the fast lane. if your looking for a place to get some rest and relaxation and fine dinning you won't find any better than right here we had the best time we have had in our 30 years together. We will be back in April 2011. can't wait.
“Great Sedona Hotel”
Hotel is in a beautiful location with nice amenities and is well kept. I would stay here again for sure.
“Can't wait to go back”
Hotel was immaculate, great fluffy towels, sleep comfort bed was wonderful, waitreses and staff very courteous. Room was facing golf course with red rock views. We will be going back next year.
We had one of the most "restfull" four days in Sedona we have had on vacation and the hotel was a big part of our enjoyment!
“Very nice, peaceful!”
Sedona is beautiful!
We looked at several different Resorts in the Sedona area & finally chose this one. We were very satisfied. Even though this is an older Golf Resort it is well kept up & our room had a rear patio facing the Golf course & the pool was only a few steps from our front door. We stayed two nights & were wishing for one more by Sunday. We enjoyed the beautiful greens, (lots of friendly ducks & squirrel's), & access to Oak creek with picnic tables in the shade of large sycamore's. At night we walked the golf course & found many large frogs around the ponds. We ate at T-Carls once for breakfast & other than being a bit pricey, (although most restaurants in Sedona are pricey), the food was good & also the service. A short drive to Sedona finds you all kinds of things to do & the staff was very friendly & will give you an area map showing many different attractions. If you are not used to a sleep # bed, be prepared to be adjusting it until you are comfortable, usually takes the first night & hopefully you dont have back problems. Our second night sleep was better. We really enjoyed our stay here & it was a very relaxing weekend.
“Recent renovations really increased the value of staying here”
Back in 2006, I stayed in the Radisson Poco Diablo and the rooms were pretty dated. This last trip, in May, 2008, the rooms had been upgraded, and were very nice. I'm still not a fan of the comfort number beds (essentially really nice air mattresses where you control the firmness by choosing a number between 0-100), but other than that, the rooms and the property were both very nice.