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The Orchards Inn of Sedona - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Orchards Inn of Sedona

254 Highway 89A, Sedona - Map
 
 
"Orchards Inn - A Great Place to Stay"
Views were awesome and a very nice balcony. Rooms were comfortable. Overall a great value. Only issue, and it may just have been our room, the water temperature in the shower kept changing during each shower. I would stay there again without question as it is a very good value.
A Traveller
This hilltop hotel with red rock views is in the heart of Uptown Sedona, near shopping, dining, and tour-companies; the …More
Arabella Hotel Sedona - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Arabella Hotel Sedona

771 Highway 179, Sedona - Map
 
 
" Motel with potential"
Nice accommodations, but in need of additional upgrades, carpeting smells like smoke. Room and beds were comfortable, staff friendly and helpful, breakfast mediocre. Price reasonable for Sedona in the Spring
Traveller from colorado
Situated in Sedona, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Exposures International Fine Art Gallery and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from …More
L'Auberge de Sedona - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
$468

L'Auberge de Sedona

301 L'Auberge Lane, Sedona - Map
 
 
"Weekend get away "
It was absolutely beautiful! The staff were so kind and helpful. We decided to take a last minute trip for our 15th wedding anniversary. We had our own little cottage with a balcony with a great view of the red rocks. It was huge! The bathroom had a jacuzzi tub, a separate shower and an outdoor cedar shower. I enjoyed it very much. When we arrived they took our luggage to our room and parked our truck for us. We a jeep tour planned so they gave us a ride up to town and picked us up later when we were ready. When we returned we received a complementary bottle of champagne and chocolate covered strawberries. That was very unexpected. We enjoyed them. We ate dinner by the creek! It was a little pricey but so worth it the food was delicious! We will definitely stay there again!
Traveller from Peoria, Az
Majestic red-rock pinnacles and buttes shelter this leafy oasis located in the heart of Uptown Sedona, Arizona.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
Sedona Rouge Hotel And Spa - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Sedona Rouge Hotel And Spa

2250 West Hwy 89A, Sedona - Map
 
 
"Friendly and accommodating staff. "
The staff sent a wonderful fruit cheese and cracker plate along with a bottle of wine to the room in recognition of my wife's birthday! Very pleasant stay. Looking forward to the new expansion to be completed which will take it to the next level.
Traveller from Scottsdale
This West Sedona hotel is accessible to such outdoor activities as hiking, biking, and golf; Jeep tours and Tlaquepaque Arts …More
Wildflower Inn - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Wildflower Inn

6086 Highway 179, Sedona - Map
 
 
"Nice Homey Place"
This was a very nice moderately priced hotel in Sedona. Had a great view when we woke up.
lmc28 from Phoenix, AZ
Located in Oak Creek, this motel is 0.8 mi (1.3 km) from Bell Rock and 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Sedona Golf Resort. Chapel of the …More
Adobe Grand Villas - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$437

Adobe Grand Villas

35 Hozoni Drive, Sedona - Map
 
 
4.9 out of 5 (237 reviews)
Offering 15 spacious villas arrayed around a garden courtyard, this boutique bed and breakfast is within 3 blocks of West …More
Los Abrigados Resort And Spa - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$184

Los Abrigados Resort And Spa

160 Portal Ln, Sedona - Map
 
 
Wonderful! Close to everything without feeling like you are in the middle of everything. We will stay here again if ever back in Sedona. Beautiful!!
A Traveller
This family-friendly Sedona hotel is located near the airport, just steps from Mountain Trails Galleries and Kuivato Gallery …More
Sedona Summit Resort - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$231

Sedona Summit Resort

4055 Navoti Dr, Sedona - Map
 
 
"It far surpassed our expectations!!!"
Upon check-in, the staff was very helpful and the room(s) we got were so large that my aunt forgot where she left her coffee cup. Our stay was not nearly long enough- we will be back!
Traveller from North American Tundra
This family-friendly Sedona condo is located in West Sedona, within 3 mi (5 km) of Amitabha Stupa and Sugarloaf Mountain …More
Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villas - Sedona Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villas

400 North State Route 89A, Sedona - Map
 
 
"Worthy of a return visit"
Spent 4 nights here.  Great location, nice accommodations and a very helpful and pleasant staff.  Views from the room were fabulous.  Very comfortable beds!  The Breakfast Buffet that was included was terrific!  
CoachWise from Shokan, NY
Located in Uptown Sedona, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Sedona Art Center, Mountain Trails Galleries, and Kuivato …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.

    If you are searching for Sedona hotels for your next vacation, Travelocity can help you find cheap options to accommodate you. Start by searching for flights into Sedona's airport or an airport in a neighboring city. Travelocity allows you to search for plane tickets and has amazing deals on many different routes. Although Sedona's airport is moderately-sized, flying in can save you time and money if you are visiting from far away.

    If you need a rental car, Travelocity can help you find one of those, too. Once you have lined up options for transportation, choose your ideal hotel from one of the many hotels in Sedona, AZ. Book your flight, rental car, and hotel at the same time to save even more with our vacation packages! Once booking is completed, you will be all set to anticipate your upcoming dream vacation in Sedona, Arizona.

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