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The stay was okay at best, save your money and stay somewhere else! My wife and I booked the Purple Lizard Suite the week before Labor Day. The owner decides it’s a good idea to have painters come paint the roof of the suite, we get woken up at 7 AM to painters walking on the roof, dragging equipment and blasting their music. The last night of our trip, the microwave and refrigerator stop working. The food my wife and i had in there goes bad! I’m forced to go out and buy milk and other necessities at night from a Circle K across the street. When I confront the owner, he apologized and asked if I wanted free coffee mugs. Yeah needless to say, I refused the mugs.

LOVED this place the minute we pulled in! I had no idea what I was getting into but let me tell you; this is the place to be -the back yard is all you need for your hiking pleasure, the red rocks are all around you! The room we booked was basically a whole apt with a full kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms! it was lovely, clean and well furnished. the beds were so COMFY!! Samantha is an employee there who is just adorable!!! thank you Adobe Village , we cannot wait to come back!

We booked this place for our engagement pictures weekend. Part of the reason we wanted to book this was the "view". Paid an extra 30 dlls to change rooms to not be in the "noisiest room". per past reviews. Pros: spacious room, comfortable bed, and hot tub area nice. Cons: my biggest complaint is the "staff" which we later found out were the owners. Not hospitable at all. Dont think I saw a smile. Seemed to be bothered with any questions. Shook my fiances hand and didnt even acknowledge me.Best way to describe we felt we were in someones home unwelcomed. For breakfast we figured there would be eggs and bacon at least. They have a set menu of one main option and a choice of granola, yogurt and cereals. We couldnt eat any of that so there goes another reason we booked this place. If you want to use the hot tub you must let them before they leave for the day. It will take 1 hour for hot tub to be available. Which when we asked we almost felt guilty because we can tell they were annoyed. Good luck checking out because there was nobody around to help. I had to go hunt down a girl who was cleaning to let her know we were leaving. Overall, it was an ok stay BUT for the price i rather get a hotel. I had never stayed at a bed and breakfast and i wouldn't look forward to it in the future if this is the experience. I thought it would be way more "welcoming and homey".

The Wilderness Suite was spacious, quiet and very comfortable. It was convenient to hiking trails, shopping and downtown Sedona. The two person, soaking tub and fireplace were perfect after a day of hiking. I would have preferred a firmer mattress. The breakfast area was lovely and both the company of other travelers and the breakfasts were great. A hot tub and fire pit were available and the patio areas were inviting with sculptures and ponds. The owners and staff were friendly and helpful.

We had a great stay at Adobe Village! The room was very cozy and comfortable, the breakfast was delicious and they have a great patio with a hot tub and fire pit. Would go back here in a minute!

Awesome place!! Breakfast was amazing!! Very close to a ton of great places to eat and hiking trails!! We will be back 100%

They weren’t kidding when said hotel with a view. Breathtaking! Extremely clean place, staff very courteous and helpful. Breakfast was amazing. Close to many things to do and see.

Our short stay at Adobe Village was very nice. We were greeted when we arrived and everyone was friendly and welcoming. The room was quiet and well appointed. The view from the courtyard is beautiful. We would definitely stay here again if we return to the area.

Great place, great food, nice hosts ! Just be aware that because of location the Tumbleweed room can be a bit noisy as it is located next to the kitchen. Would visit again and pick a room further away on the property.

My wife and I recently stayed here for three nights on a weekend getaway. We were in the purple lizard room which was one of the large suites. Beautiful view from the back patio each morning! Room was very spacious, clean, and very comfy. The staff left us bottled waters and a plate of cookies every afternoon. Breakfast is complimentary and was delicious. The common area had maps of nearby trails as well as local trip information.

Enjoyed our stay immensely! Will plan for a much longer stay next time.

This hotel/inn is more a hybrid B&B. Breakfast is a gourmet quality fixed menu. After that, there is no restaurant service. That is not a criticism (breakfast was great) but I thought it should be made more clear. Overall, very nice facility run by very friendly people.

We had a wonderful stay and the home made breakfast were awesome!

The perfect place for our family. Felt like home. Comfortable. Close to great hiking. Close to good restaurants. The breakfast was amazing. They spoil you here.

Canyon Circle Dr Sedona AZ

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Bell Rock
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Concierge services

Bell Rock is within a mile (2 km) of Adobe Village Inn, and other popular sites like Sedona Golf Resort are within a couple of miles (3 km). The 15 rooms at this 3.5-star hotel include sitting areas, refrigerators, and coffee makers.


Rooms

All 15 individually decorated accommodations feature sitting areas. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels and DVD players. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. Other standard amenities include refrigerators, coffee makers, and ironing boards.


Property features

Guests of Adobe Village Inn enjoy free WiFi in public areas, microwave in a common area, and a terrace. Front-desk staff can assist with luggage storage and tours/tickets. Additional amenities include a picnic area, a garden, and a fireplace in the lobby.

Room options

Coconino Suite

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 5

Sundance

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

Toroweap

2 Queen Beds | Sleeps 4

Lonesome Dove Villa

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Adobe Village Inn

Everyone (9) Couples (3) Family (1)
2
Partner Couples

The stay was okay at best, save your money and stay somewhere else! My wife and I booked the Purple Lizard Suite the week before Labor Day. The owner decides it’s a good idea to have painters come paint the roof of the suite, we get woken up at 7 AM to painters walking on the roof, dragging equipment and blasting their music. The last night of our trip, the microwave and refrigerator stop working. The food my wife and i had in there goes bad! I’m forced to go out and buy milk and other necessities at night from a Circle K across the street. When I confront the owner, he apologized and asked if I wanted free coffee mugs. Yeah needless to say, I refused the mugs.

By on Sep 5, 2020

5
Friends

LOVED this place the minute we pulled in! I had no idea what I was getting into but let me tell you; this is the place to be -the back yard is all you need for your hiking pleasure, the red rocks are all around you! The room we booked was basically a whole apt with a full kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms! it was lovely, clean and well furnished. the beds were so COMFY!! Samantha is an employee there who is just adorable!!! thank you Adobe Village , we cannot wait to come back!

By , from Marlborough MA on Mar 22, 2020

2
Partner Couples

We booked this place for our engagement pictures weekend. Part of the reason we wanted to book this was the "view". Paid an extra 30 dlls to change rooms to not be in the "noisiest room". per past reviews. Pros: spacious room, comfortable bed, and hot tub area nice. Cons: my biggest complaint is the "staff" which we later found out were the owners. Not hospitable at all. Dont think I saw a smile. Seemed to be bothered with any questions. Shook my fiances hand and didnt even acknowledge me.Best way to describe we felt we were in someones home unwelcomed. For breakfast we figured there would be eggs and bacon at least. They have a set menu of one main option and a choice of granola, yogurt and cereals. We couldnt eat any of that so there goes another reason we booked this place. If you want to use the hot tub you must let them before they leave for the day. It will take 1 hour for hot tub to be available. Which when we asked we almost felt guilty because we can tell they were annoyed. Good luck checking out because there was nobody around to help. I had to go hunt down a girl who was cleaning to let her know we were leaving. Overall, it was an ok stay BUT for the price i rather get a hotel. I had never stayed at a bed and breakfast and i wouldn't look forward to it in the future if this is the experience. I thought it would be way more "welcoming and homey".

By on Aug 23, 2019

5
Family

The Wilderness Suite was spacious, quiet and very comfortable. It was convenient to hiking trails, shopping and downtown Sedona. The two person, soaking tub and fireplace were perfect after a day of hiking. I would have preferred a firmer mattress. The breakfast area was lovely and both the company of other travelers and the breakfasts were great. A hot tub and fire pit were available and the patio areas were inviting with sculptures and ponds. The owners and staff were friendly and helpful.

By on Mar 24, 2019

5
Everyone

We had a great stay at Adobe Village! The room was very cozy and comfortable, the breakfast was delicious and they have a great patio with a hot tub and fire pit. Would go back here in a minute!

By on Jan 13, 2019

Review comment responded on Jan 13, 2019

Thank You! Hope to see you again!

5
Everyone

Awesome place!! Breakfast was amazing!! Very close to a ton of great places to eat and hiking trails!! We will be back 100%

By on Dec 30, 2018

Review comment responded on Dec 30, 2018

Thank you so much!

5
Everyone

They weren’t kidding when said hotel with a view. Breathtaking! Extremely clean place, staff very courteous and helpful. Breakfast was amazing. Close to many things to do and see.

By , from Pennsylvania on Oct 28, 2018

5
Everyone

Our short stay at Adobe Village was very nice. We were greeted when we arrived and everyone was friendly and welcoming. The room was quiet and well appointed. The view from the courtyard is beautiful. We would definitely stay here again if we return to the area.

By , from Minnesota on Jun 21, 2018

4
Everyone

Great place, great food, nice hosts ! Just be aware that because of location the Tumbleweed room can be a bit noisy as it is located next to the kitchen. Would visit again and pick a room further away on the property.

By on May 26, 2018

5

cozy b&b

Everyone

My wife and I recently stayed here for three nights on a weekend getaway. We were in the purple lizard room which was one of the large suites. Beautiful view from the back patio each morning! Room was very spacious, clean, and very comfy. The staff left us bottled waters and a plate of cookies every afternoon. Breakfast is complimentary and was delicious. The common area had maps of nearby trails as well as local trip information.

By , from Oro Valley, AZ on Jan 15, 2018

Review comment responded on Jan 22, 2018

Thanks for the review. Cheryl and I also like it that the trails are just minutes away as we are "outdoor people"

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