Everyone was super nice and breakfast was very good. We didn't use the pool because we were busy with other things and it wasn't all that appealing but wasn't important to us. There are so many other things to do in Sedona. We felt this was a moderately priced hotel so not fancy but for the price it was very good. i would go back again.
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
The hotel is clean and comfortable. The grounds are well taken care of and lovely. Nearby is a place that many come to every night at sundown to view that awesome sight. You can also view that from the hotel wedding site as long as a wedding is not scheduled. During our stay(5 nights) there were 2 weddings. We were very happy with our stay at Sky Ranch. It also has a nice pool and hot tub. Judi's is a great restaurant not far away(just go left at the light towards West Sodona and you will be there very soon).
Traveller from Missouri
Located in West Sedona, this lodge is within 3 mi (5 km) of Mountain Trails Galleries, Kuivato Gallery, and Lanning Gallery …More
This was a nice resort however their was construction going on across the street but the facility was tidy and clean
One problem was that the staff sent a message with an offer for a three night get away to come back there but when I wanted to take advantage of that deal they could not give me the deal because I lived in British Columbia that made me quite upset as they really need the Canadian support so I will not return to thAt resort
Traveller from barriere bc
This family-friendly Sedona condo is located in West Sedona, within 3 mi (5 km) of Amitabha Stupa and Sugarloaf Mountain …More
This is a somewhat older two story motel that is nicely maintained. We liked having the included breakfast. Microwave and refrigerator were nice since we were worn out from hiking and just stayed in the room one night. The morning receptionist was a walking encyclopedia on Arizona and provided everyone with useful information.
Traveller from Mercer Island, WA
This Arizona hotel on Highway 89A is less than 3 miles from downtown Sedona and 6 miles from Red Rock Crossing. Coffee Pot …More
Friendly staff, center of town, nice bathroom, new flat screen T.V. in the room. What i didn't like was the beds they were uncomfortable, also the continental breakfast was not good the frozen waffles were old and stale tasting and didn't offer any fruit
Traveller from Arizona
Located in West Sedona, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Amitabha Stupa and within 3 mi (5 km) of Sugarloaf Mountain …More
I experienced a very nice, quiet, relaxing stay. My room was a good size with a kitchen, separate bedroom and a comfy bed. I was there in May so the sun was up at 5:30 am. A blackout curtain would have been nice. I could see the mountains from my room (#9).I could also see the sunset from my room or you could walk to the end of the street and there is a nice view.The grounds were not hugh but there was enough room for a nice stroll. There were a lot of little places to sit so you felt like you had some privacy. We enjoyed the jacuzzi that was tucked away by the small fireplace. I enjoyed having furniture on my porch. The breakfast was also nice. Something different each day. The server was very friendly. I would definitely stay there again.
Traveller from College Station, TX
Located in West Sedona, this inn is within 3 mi (5 km) of Sugarloaf Mountain Trailhead, Amitabha Stupa, and Coffee Pot …More
We met friends who were staying elsewhere and made our place the meeting point. The kitchen was more than adequate though we could have used a few extra utensils as 5 of us ate there. It is set up with 4 of everything.
Location was good for us, a bit far from the central hub, but quieter. We enjoyed our stay.
Traveller from Tucson
This family-friendly condo is located in the city center, within 2 mi (3 km) of Amitabha Stupa and Sugarloaf Mountain …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.