Place was nice and quiet. Loved the pool and jacuzzi. Room had everything I could ask for. Only complaint would be the bed. It was hard as a rock!
Great staff and a perfect Sedona location. Our King room had a fireplace and very comfy bed. We’ll definitely visit again!
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nice hotel and great view close to town would use again on our next trip to Sedona
Poco Diablo is a great place to stay in Sedona. It has nice spacious guest rooms and great facilities. Unfortunately it does not have a great view of the terrain. Staff is great. Loved it!
Spa room was amazing. Loved the comfy king size bed, big tub by the window and duel shower head in the bathroom.
Gorgeous property. Amazing pool with bar. Perfect location with a short walk into downtown area. Friendly staff. Beautiful room. Loved this place and would definitely come back
I loved the modern room with balcony and views. I didnt care for the breakfast, no meat selections. Otherwise , overall excellent
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