Booked based on previous reviews. What a great hotel. Great and helpful staff. Great location. Great room (get one with a view). Beautiful pool. Great breakfast. And the Elote Restaurant is at this hotel (best food in Sedona (worth the wait). If you are going to Sedona, this is where you should ...
Sedona Rouge is a great resort in the heart of West Sedona. Great grounds and rooms. Can't miss by staying here. We paid $200 less than the rack rate quoted to us at the front desk by booking on Orbitz - for 2 nights $203 versus $497.
it was just 2 days but we really enjoy everything , the staff was so nice and professionals , helpful and always has a smile for the customers , the location was very good and near to everything with really nice views I totally will comeback next time :D
We enjoyed everything about this hotel. It is close to everything yet so peaceful and relaxing by the creek. We were given a free upgrade to a villa which was amazing. The general manager gave us the upgrade and what a treat it was. 2 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths and the most wonderful spot on the creek. ...
We have stayed here many times and have so much fun every time. My kids love the creek in the back! The last stay though on Father's Day checkout was at 10am which I think is extremely early especially when you can't check in until 4pm. Not sure why they need 6 hours to clean the room for the next ...
Suites have a full kitchen, comfortable sofa bed, it’s own patio, and a huge bathroom with a lovely tub and large shower. It felt like a place that I should have paid 3 times as much as I did. Really great value for what you pay for. Highly recommend!
Although short, my stay here was wonderful. The staff was super helpful and accommodating. Room was comfortable and clean. Free breakfast and 24 hr coffee and tea was a plus. Prime location with a great price considering the expensive hotels in town. They even threw in a free bus pass so I was able to get around town at no cost! Would highly recommend and plan on staying here for my trip back!
The hotel grounds and amenities were beautiful. Each room layout and decor is unique. I would say it is a fusion of southwest and arts and craft style architecture. The hotel is within walking distance to shops, galleries and restaurants. The courtyard is lush with vegetation and is so relaxing to lounge with a glass of wine with cheese and fruit provided by the hosts each evening. There is also a fire pit ablaze each night for the guests pleasure. I would highly recommend this hotel for your stay in Sedona.
Loved the hotel location. It is walking distance to downtown Sedona shops and restaurants. The hotel also offers free shuttle rides to anywhere within 1 mile from the hotel. Valet parking is free. The rooms were comfortable as well. I liked how they had a water dispenser in the lobby and by the pool- because I always felt parched from the dry heat. I also liked the happy hour when they served prickly pear juice and wine. Cons- I wish the pool was bigger and actually heated as they advertised. The views around the hotel are also hidden by the trees because you are lower down by the creek.
Comfortable hotel a little away from the hustle and bustle of Sedona but close enough. The jetted tub was a nice treat to have in the room. The bed was comfortable and the fireplace added a level of homeyness. Their continental breakfast was great, as well.
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