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Sedona Real Inn & Suites - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Sedona Real Inn & Suites

95 Arroyo Pinon Dr, Sedona - Map
"Nice place"
This was a nice place to stay for a few days. My kids enjoyed swimming at the pool after a long day of hiking. Breakfast bar was delish! I really enjoyed having on-site laundry as we got really dirty on our hikes. My only complaint was the room (2 Queens) was pretty small. It was very clean and updated though so not really much to complain about. Location was off the beaten path so fairly quiet although there are restaurants within walking distance.
Lulu222 from Cincinnati, OH
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
Amara Resort and Spa, a Kimpton Hotel - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Amara Resort and Spa, a Kimpton Hotel

100 Amara Lane, Sedona - Map
"Great Views and Food!"
I love Kimpton hotels and the high level of services they provide.  I was in Sedona for a whirlwind tour and had my schedule jamb packed.  The food at their restaurant is fabulous.  I ate here for dinner (Kobe burger), breakfast and lunch (Au jus) and the views from the outdoor patio are stunning. Having said that, upon arrival they were short staffed at the check-in desk and after I had already began my check-in process she took a phone call and I waited and waited.  Finally someone else came from the back room and I started over with him.  The other thing is the rooms are fairly small.  I had a room with (2) queen beds and it was tight.  
Nicki6 from Exeter, NH
Set against a superb backdrop of red-rock buttes, and steps from the banks of Oak Creek, this Arizona hotel is just a block …More
Southwest Inn at Sedona - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Southwest Inn at Sedona

3250 State Route 89a, Sedona - Map
Conveniently located just off Highway 89A, this boutique inn is 3 miles from uptown Sedona and close to attractions including …More
L'Auberge de Sedona - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

L'Auberge de Sedona

301 L'Auberge Lane, Sedona - Map
"Great get away spot!"
Short 2 day get away for my husband and me. Hotel landscape, buildings, and paths were tranquil and welcoming. Set just below the heart of town of Sedona so perfect location. Staff was very attentive. Breakfast by the creek was fantastic and  dessert by the fire pits were out of this world.
Kimma20 from Memphis, TN
Majestic red-rock pinnacles and buttes shelter this leafy oasis located in the heart of Uptown Sedona, Arizona.More
Sky Ranch Lodge - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Sky Ranch Lodge

1105 Airport Rd., Sedona - Map
"highly recommended"
We are very pleased with the stay. The price is low comparing to other hotel/inn/lodge in Sedona we researched. But the quality of the room is very good. Clean and comfortable. The location of the lodge is a little away from the center of the village, but a (literally) nearby scenic viewpoint is wonderful place to see the sun rise. Highly recommended for budgeted travelers.
Traveller from Houston, TX, USA
This lodge is located in Sedona (West Sedona), close to Sugarloaf Mountain Trailhead, Exposures International Fine Art …More
The Orchards Inn of Sedona - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Orchards Inn of Sedona

254 Highway 89A, Sedona - Map
"Quiet and comfortable after a long day's driving"
Comfortable bed with a nice view of the Creek, decent coffee in reception but overpriced breakfast. Pleasant and helpful staff.
VenturaBeachBum from Ventura, CA, USA
This hilltop hotel with red rock views is in the heart of Uptown Sedona, near shopping, dining, and tour-companies; the …More
Poco Diablo Resort - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Poco Diablo Resort

1752 State Route 179, Sedona - Map
"Good for the Basics"
For the price & location, it was a great value considering we just needed a place to stay. If we were staying only on grounds, i would say it's overpriced considering the quality of amenities and the fact that there is a daily resort fee. It's in a beautiful area just outside down that is quiet but conveniently located. Room needed more light, especially for make up application, but was roomy and nicely laid out & clean. A/C worked like a champ. WiFi was spotty at best and only worked in our room once most of the guests had left or in the middle of the night. Would stay there again if the price was right.
Skeeter from KCMO
Nestled among the Red Rocks and just 5 minutes from the center of town, this 22-acre resort features quality amenities …More
Hyatt Pinon Pointe - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Hyatt Pinon Pointe

1 N Highway 89a, Sedona - Map
"Everybody was super friendly!"
We wished we could stay longer, we didn't get to use the fireplace or pool or gym. We loved the tub.
shelleyluli from Newport Beach, CA, USA
Located on a rise with superb views of the red-rock country, this Arizona apart-hotel is near the heart of Uptown Sedona and …More
Los Abrigados Resort And Spa - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Los Abrigados Resort And Spa

160 Portal Ln, Sedona - Map
"Great resort and amenities."
We had a great stay. Starting from the time we checked in. The front desk staff was friendly and helpful and knowledgable. We were staying in a 1 bedroom with a kitchenette. The room surpassed our expectations. It was huge! Fully stocked, including big towels for the pool. The sofa and chair in the living room of the suite was pretty uncomfortable, but that just might be personal preference. The pool and spa were kept at the perfect temp to enjoy. The only downside to our stay was that they were doing some renovations so there was quite a bit of construction mess. No noise from the construction though. Overall, it is a great resort with tons of space and plenty of things to do within walking distance.
Qcaz from Qc, az
Situated near the airport, in the city center, this spa hotel is close to Kuivato Gallery, Mountain Trails Galleries, and …More
Sedona Rouge Hotel And Spa - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Sedona Rouge Hotel And Spa

2250 West Hwy 89A, Sedona - Map
"Excellent with few Cons"
Staff, room, grounds were all excellent. Very small list of things that could be improved: resorts restaurant "Reds" has very good food and terrible chairs - they are hard, the room's desk has a chair that will not slide under the desk - arm rest to high and it really gets in the way, bed was good quality just to stiff - i did not sleep as well as usual. Again, that is the only fault i could find with this great resort.
ME7697 from N/A
This West Sedona hotel is accessible to such outdoor activities as hiking, biking, and golf; Jeep tours and Tlaquepaque Arts …More

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    Hotels in Sedona, AZ

    Nestled among soaring red rock formations and surrounded by expansive national forest land, Sedona, Arizona, pleases many visitors each year with its natural beauty. Additionally, the city also boasts many comfortable and luxurious resorts, spas, and hotels to complement nature's incredible monuments that surround it. Recognized for its spiritual atmosphere, Sedona draws many people in search of healing or spiritual regeneration. Combined with the soothing luxuries and beautiful scenery, the town's atmosphere makes for incredibly relaxing vacations for its visitors. If you are interested in a rejuvenating vacation in a desert paradise, Travelocity offers many travel packages and deals on hotels in Sedona, AZ. Book your trip today, and find ideal Sedona lodging for an unforgettable vacation!

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    Attractions in Sedona, Arizona

    Because of its location, Sedona offers many different attractions, ranging from recreational activities among the red rocks and forests to relaxing days in which spa visits, shopping, and wine-tasting rule the agenda. Sedona also boats a unique spiritual environment, which many people visit the city to experience. This environment supposedly manifests itself through energy vortexes located throughout the town and surrounding area. Many people claim that these vortexes can lead to positivity, relaxation, and spiritual comfort and optimism when an individual comes in direct contact with them. Besides this unique aspect of Sedona, you can also find an abundance of outdoor adventures, relaxing resort amenities, exceptional wine-tasting, and a vibrant cultural and artistic atmosphere. No matter what interests you in Sedona, Travelocity can help you find the best deal on your choice of Sedona hotels. By using our online resources, you can spend less time trying to piece together a vacation and more time looking forward to your perfect trip to Sedona!

    Things to Do in Sedona: Desert Adventure

    In Sedona, the desert landscape that borders the city on all sides is full of colorful vegetation, towering red-rock mesas, and other natural landmarks. Only a day trip away, the Grand Canyon National Park is a must-see for travelers who are new to the area. Hike to the amazing rock formations such as Bell Rock or Cathedral Rock, or explore the wilderness and find other rocks that resemble many different objects, animals, and symbols. Shaped as buildings, birds, turtles, cartoon characters, and many other things, these natural formations make for great photo opportunities and provide fun for the lone hiker or the entire family.

    Don't stop your adventures with hiking. Jeep and ATV tours will allow you to zoom across the landscape and see more of the beauty in less time. Take a hot-air balloon up into the Arizona sky to see breathtaking views of the city and national forests below. Go camping for the night and sit beneath the expansive night sky to see a canopy of stars overhead while relaxing around a campfire. For a more intense activity, go mountain-biking on the rocky terrain and satisfy your search for excitement. Although you might have difficulty choosing which adventurous activity to do each day, booking one of the many great Sedona, Arizona, hotels with Travelocity will set you up with the perfect location to maximize your time for enjoying the great outdoors.

    Things to Do in Sedona: Subtropical Relaxation

    For those who are more interested in a laid-back vacation or simply want to relax after a long day of adventure, there are plenty of activities for you in Sedona. Visit the Gallery of Modern Masters or the Sedona Arts Center and discover premier artworks. Or indulge in a day of shopping during your vacation: Check out the Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, an internationally renowned shopping destination with unique wares and a wondrous location. Sedona, AZ, hotels can be found near or at one of the multiple resorts with easy access to oversized swimming pools, famous golf courses, and relaxing spas. The golf courses in Sedona were created to make sure every shot you take affords a scenic view. You will certainly appreciate the incredible views as you unwind with a round of golf.

    Sedona is renowned for its healing atmosphere. You can't officially relax while on a vacation in this city until you receive one of Sedona's famous massages from a trained therapist. Many day spas offer different packages tailored to your specific desires. If you still want to see the beautiful scenery within the 1.8 million acres of national forests surrounding Sedona but aren't a big fan of hiking or biking, there are many winding scenic roads and covered jeep tours that will allow you to stay out of the sun but still see the sights. Whether you want to visit Sedona for the adventure, for the relaxation, or for both, you won't have to compromise in this desert paradise!

    The Best Time to Visit Sedona, Arizona

    The most popular time to visit Sedona is during the spring and fall months. From March through May and from October through November, the city of Sedona has mild temperatures ranging from the mid-60s to mid-80s. If you don't mind hotter temperatures, the summer months will offer smaller crowds and the perfect weather for relaxing by a pool or taking an early morning hike. By far the most economical time to visit Sedona is during the winter. From December through February, the red rock formations might have a dusting of snow on them, but the city below is less affected. Although the temperatures are low, the prices follow suit, making this the best time to find a deal on accommodations.

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