Nov 3 - Nov 4
Room was very nice except for extremely loud cooling system that did not cool the room.
Nov 11 - Nov 12
Quaint little town. Nice restaurants and shops. The hotel was charming. We tried to book another night for later in the week with no luck.
Nov 7 - Nov 8
Eva at check in is an example of great customer service
Oct 20 - Oct 21
Fantastic hotel in walking distance to several great restaurants, shops and wine tasting rooms.
Nov 7 - Nov 8
Service was great very helpful staff and friendly
Nov 3 - Nov 4
I will recommend Pines Motel to anyone traveling to Sedona AZ.
Oct 17 - Oct 18
The staff was very accommodating and pleasant. The hotel location was close to restaraunts and shopping.
Only stayed one night while traveling through Sedona with my family of four, but really glad we stayed at Verde Valley RV & Camping Resort. We stayed in one of the mini cabins and they were really nice. My girls thought it was pretty cool. The place looked basically new, was very clean, and even ...
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