Travelers visit Sedona hotels for spiritual rejuvenation and outdoor sports. Hotels in Sedona also feature celebrations of Native American, Mexican and Cowboy culture. Adventurous guests can view primitive cave dwellings at the Palatki Ruins. Numerous spa services, like yoga instruction, therapeutic massage and meditation classes are also available throughout hotels Sedona. Other services, such as Super 8 Sedona offers budget hotel Sedona rooms, while L'Auberge de Sedona is a Sedona hotel resort.
Sedona Quick Picks and Tips
Sedona hotels host numerous events throughout the year, including Sedona Spirit Yoga, Hiking & Grand Canyon Retreat, Sedona Community Farmers Market and Annual National Day of the Cowboy Celebration.
Foodies from hotels in Sedona can't get enough of Cowboy Club's Cactus Fries with Raspberry Sauce. Dahl & DiLuca captivates connoisseurs with their Pollo alla Rustica. Sally's Mesquite Grill & BBQ earns rave reviews for their barbecue, beans and coleslaw.
Major Point of Interest
Spiritual seekers from hotels Sedona often hike to the four Vortexes: Airport Mesa, Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock and Boynton Canyon. They have a reputation of enhancing healing, promoting emotional-mental balance and improving spiritual development.
Hotel Sedona's best shopping is at Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, featuring fine art, jewelry, apparel, unique crafts and five eateries.
Outdoor adventurers at Sedona hotel grab a bottle of water and go hiking, biking and rock climbing throughout the red rock mesa trails. Golfers aim their carts toward Sedona Golf Resort, while anglers pull in rainbow trout.
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