I recently booked at Arabella for my parents 35th wedding anniversary. I called after to see if the staff could do anything to make my parents arrival extra special and they were happy to accommodate. Upon arrival, my parents received a delivery to their room of cheesecake and a note wishing them ...
The experience of staying this hotel exceeded my expectations even though I had read all the great reviews from the website prior to arrival. Great service, very friendly staff, prime location with million dollar views in front of red rock canyons. I will definitely stay here again when I go back ...
Even thought this hotel was a bit more expensive than others, the lovely terraces with couches and fire pits have great views on both sides of the hotel where you can relax and have a drink while watching the sun set. Even though we paid for a basic room they must have upgraded us as we had a fireplace ...
The hotel room was very clean. It is in a great location next to Bell Rock and a couple of really good restaurants. The hotel room walls were kind of thin but luckily my neighbors were either non-existent or quiet. I would certainly recommend.
Travelers visit Sedona hotels for spiritual rejuvenation and outdoor sports. Hotels in Sedona also feature celebrations of Native American, Mexican and Cowboy culture. Adventurous guests can view primitive cave dwellings at the Palatki Ruins. Numerous spa services, like yoga instruction, therapeutic massage and meditation classes are also available throughout hotels Sedona. Other services, such as Super 8 Sedona offers budget hotel Sedona rooms, while L'Auberge de Sedona is a Sedona hotel resort.
Sedona hotels host numerous events throughout the year, including Sedona Spirit Yoga, Hiking & Grand Canyon Retreat, Sedona Community Farmers Market and Annual National Day of the Cowboy Celebration.
Foodies from hotels in Sedona can't get enough of Cowboy Club's Cactus Fries with Raspberry Sauce. Dahl & DiLuca captivates connoisseurs with their Pollo alla Rustica. Sally's Mesquite Grill & BBQ earns rave reviews for their barbecue, beans and coleslaw.
Spiritual seekers from hotels Sedona often hike to the four Vortexes: Airport Mesa, Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock and Boynton Canyon. They have a reputation of enhancing healing, promoting emotional-mental balance and improving spiritual development.
Hotel Sedona's best shopping is at Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village, featuring fine art, jewelry, apparel, unique crafts and five eateries.
Outdoor adventurers at Sedona hotel grab a bottle of water and go hiking, biking and rock climbing throughout the red rock mesa trails. Golfers aim their carts toward Sedona Golf Resort, while anglers pull in rainbow trout.
Nice room & staff. Price a little high compared to others. Sedona is worth the price.
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.
We wanted to stay in a central area between Phoenix and the Grand Canyon. We couldn't be happier with that decision. The hotel rooms were great and the location put us within a short drive of many places we wanted to see. Had two nice dinners just a 10 minute walk away at the Barking Frog and the Golden Goose. This was our favorite room as opposed to the Holiday Inn's and Springhill Suites of North Phoenix .