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This is a nice little place with an accommodating staff. Everything was clean but the room was a bit run down. Pool and hot tub were nice as was the restaurant.
Poco Diablo Resort$199Poco Diablo Resort$199
The room was clean and the establishment was beautifully decorated. Unfortunately, it was also very inefficient. There were no towel racks to hang towels in the bathroom, there were only four drawers in the bedroom to put away things, and the rooms had a significant portion of their floor space in ...
Sedona Rouge Hotel And Spa$198Sedona Rouge Hotel And Spa$198
We loved the room and pool area. Staff was very accommodating
The Hotel does not appear as bright and cheery as it does on the Internet photos, the Decour of the hotel is dark and dreary. Also, I paid a premium for a room with a view and primarily Ended up looking at a tree. The staff were extremely helpful and responsive. The bathrooms are small. With very ...
L'Auberge is priced as a luxury hotel but does not come close to other luxury hotels. Facilities are dated, fitness room is very basic and pool is run down and not attended. Service at the restaurant is painfully slow. Location is great and front desk and valet staff were excellent.
L'Auberge de Sedona$359L'Auberge de Sedona$359
We enjoyed our stay at this nice Bed and Breakfast in West Sedona. Our room was very comfortable and had a fantastic view of the beautiful red rocks surrounding the city. We would definitely stay here again.
A Sunset Chateau$249A Sunset Chateau$249
First time in Sedona and it must’ve been busiest time of year. Took twenty minutes to drive 2.5 miles to city center. This is a great hotel to come and stay but if you want to do things in and around Sedona, I’d stay somewhere closer and much cheaper.
Adobe Grand Villas$445Adobe Grand Villas$445
The get-go of any well-deserved holiday kicks off with selecting a spot. Sedona has become a popular option with travelers because of everything it offers. However, "location, location, location" applies to more than just your vacation destination. Now that you have gotten a feel for the area, it is time you to learn a little more about your home for the next few days.
Sedona saw hundreds of out-of-towners in 2016, and Expedia's review section provides tips and tricks which can help you choose which lodge is the right fit for your stay. The resorts found here strive to make your vacation as enjoyable as your days spent out in Sedona. These hotels strive to make the facilities and grounds welcoming during your vacation. You'll never need to search long for an invigorating swim, tasty breakfast, or to keep up with your workout routine. Sedona has dozens of phenomenal lodgings that make for the perfect holiday.
Rooms have been furnished to keep you as comfortable as possible, with amenities like premium bedding, specially designed bathroom products, and in-room tea or coffee. So, sit back and decompress. Moreover, if you find that you are need of anything else, you can be confident the staff will do their best to ensure you stay happy during your time. These hotels are so lovely that you'll regret the day you have to fly back home.
A getaway to Sedona should be one that you'll recollect for years to come, and booking a 4-star hotel can help make those memories fantastic. Make sure to make a reservation soon. With so few accommodations, and a lot of people wishing to take a trip to The Red Rock Country, you may miss the chance to snag your perfect room.