Las Posadas of Sedona3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We recently stayed at Las Posadas for the first time and really enjoyed it! Small, quaint, charming. Breakfast is included! Suite was large, updated, clean, nice. They also have villas which have kitchens, living rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms. Pool and hot tub on site. Dog friendly. A quiet place to hang your hat for a few nights. Directly off main highway. A golf course across the road (Isn’t part of this facility). I recommend.
My husband stayed here on May 25th and had a lovely time. We were on the second floor and when we opened the door I was in awe. It had a nice comfortable living room with tv, side kitchen area for making coffee. A fireplace, large bedroom with king size bed, which was very comfortable, and a huge bathroom with walk in shower and jacuzzi. The hotel is in a nice quiet area. For dinner there is a cute place very close by called The Corner Table Restaurant and Bar. We enjoyed a Prickly Pear Margarita and a juicy burger!! The next morning we had breakfast at Las Posadas and it was delicious!! Chef Elroy made some homemade chicken enchiladas which were amazing. I understand he tries different entrees for each breakfast. Also loved his homemade granola in my yogurt. He gave me some extra to take with me since we were headed to the Grand Canyon. Very friendly and definitely a great cook!! Oh and there are homemade cookies to eat when you check in to the hotel. So glad we were able to stay here!!
We own a local business and anytime visiting colleagues come to Sedona if there’s availability they stay here. Best location, views, and breakfast. Lovely rooms, couldn’t be any better. We love this place. Staff is very attentive.
I booked a reservation and received a written confirmation, only to be told the reservation was an error! I called to speak to the manager or owner and a front desk employee said she was the owner, when in fact she was not. Extremely unprofessional and incompetent staff.
This is a lovely B&B hotel, although the rooms could use a little TLC. They are spacious, the beds are comfortable, and the bathrooms are very nice with large showers and a spa tub. We stayed here with two other couples, so we were able to see the other rooms. They all had sitting areas with a small kitchen area that included a table and chairs, sink, dishware for two, a microwave, and a small refrigerator. The included breakfast is served in a separate dining room with an outdoor patio. The area is inviting and colorful. Coffee, tea, and juices are self-serve in a separate area, along with cut fruit and cereals. The breakfast area features an open kitchen where the chef, Eloy, and his creations are the main attraction. On the day we were there, Eloy had pre-prepared a Mexican-themed breakfast which included his hand-made tamales (pork or green chile and corn), scrambled eggs, guacamole, blueberry muffins, and his wonderful homemade salsa. He also cooked bacon and sausage to order. He served up each plate in an imaginative, lovely presentation. The salsa was so delicious that we asked for the recipe which he graciously provided. We were amazed at his efficiency and how he single-handedly prepared and served each made-to-order breakfast. What we remember most about our stay at Las Posadas was Eloy and his delicious breakfast. He made it special!
We stayed at the hotel in March. The first night, the smoke detector went off at 10:30 at night. There was no one at the front desk and it was pouring rain. After making a phone call to the emergency number and waiting almost an hour, a maintenance person came in and replaced the battery on the smoke detector. When we went to check out, we received no satisfaction for the inconvenience and loss of sleep. In fact, the desk clerk couldn't even check us out. My credit card was billed three times (and then credited), but no credit was given for losing sleep. I wrote an email to management, but, after several weeks, I've given up expecting a reply from them. Because of that fiasco, I never even bothered to complain about the ice in front of my door. It was another example of bad maintenance and lack of concern for the guests. I'll never stay there again.
We visited Sedona for three overnights and were extremely fortunate that our travel agent booked us into the Las Posadas. For only 10$ more a night we got a suite with a kitchenette and living room, all well-appointed. There was a TV both in the bedroom and living room with a good cable system. The bathroom had both a tub and a very roomy walk-in shower. Its appearance and setting were beautiful. The complementary breakfasts were very good, something special every morning prepared by their chef, who also provided chocolate chip cookies in the afternoon in the office. In addition to being a great place to stay, one of the best things I liked was the fact that it was located in the Village at Oak Creek about four miles south of the Sedona "uptown" which has traffic and lots of people. It's much more convenient in this location to drive around to restaurants, stores, a grocery store, all with ample parking. The uptown is nice to walk around in, shop, and take Jeep tours from, but it was nice to get out of those crowds and back to Las Posadas to relax. Las Posadas is convenient to hiking trails from Red Rock Ranger station and the Bell Rock Trail without having to navigate the traffic of uptown. I also highly recommend the Pink Jeep Tours in uptown Sedona, but reserve a couple of months in advance, as you can't get in on the day of a visit. We did the Broken Arrow tour. When in uptown Sedona parking is difficult, but there are at least seven public lots off the main street. You can see where they are on Google maps satellite view, and at the right zoom level there is a label "public lot" on each. Figure this out before driving into town. I would absolutely go back to Las Posadas hotel.
Right off a traffic circle, it is easy to find and go to sights. Ours was on ground floor with a front and back patio Very clean room. Good wifi and cable Not a luxury spot They are in southern end of the newly developed parts of Oakcreek and Sedona
First, don't let the name "of Sedona" fool you. This is actually in the Village of Oak Creek. For me, this was a good thing as the insanity and chaos of traffic in Sedona is something I do not enjoy. (We drove into town once circled several times and never found a parking place, so headed back to Oak Creek). If you are going for the hiking and outdoor experience, and not the shopping, Oak Creek is a better option IMO). You will actually be closer to many hikes in the area including Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, and Broken Arrow.. There are some decent restaurants in the area. The hotel...a smaller boutique-style hotel has excellent service and gorgeous rooms. I can't say enough about the rooms...spacious, small kitchen (sparsley furnished), large bathroom, tastefully decorated. A great place to hand out after a day of hiking without feeling confined. I was there in early April and the pool was too cold to get into, but the jacuzzi was a great option. There is a free breakfast, which was just okay. I am not sure where the "made to order" claim comes in. There was one hot choice, pre-made and freshly assembled. Fresh fruit, sugar yogurt and cereals were another option (kids choice since they don't like eggs). I will definitely stay here again and highly recommend.
My wife and I could only spend one night in Sedona and this was the perfect place after a long day of sight seeing. The customer service was excellent starting from the minute we checked in. The room was huge and very comfortable. The only negative was how close our room was to the highway, but other then that it was perfect. The breakfast in the morning was amazing. Fresh homemade chicken enchilladas and scrambled eggs. Very nice!
- Close to Sedona Golf Resort
- Free full breakfast
- Free in-room WiFi
- Free parking
Sedona Golf Resort is within a mile (2 km) of Las Posadas of Sedona, and other popular attractions like Bell Rock are within a few miles (5 km). This 23-room, 3.5-star aparthotel welcomes guests with conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking.
Start your day off right with a free full breakfast.
Each apartment is individually decorated and features a kitchenette and space to spread out with a sitting area. A TV comes with cable channels and a DVD player, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Pillowtop beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and the bathroom offers a soaking tub, a hair dryer, and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a fireplace, a sofa bed, and a coffee maker.
Guests of Las Posadas of Sedona enjoy features like an outdoor pool, a spa tub, and a computer station. A stay here includes free parking. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with tours/tickets and luggage storage. This golf aparthotel also has a TV in a common area.
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95.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 798 reviews