Our stay in Sedona was the perfect spring break getaway and this home was heavenly. The owners were responsive from the time we booked the place over 6 mo. ago to the day we left. We felt welcomed by the clean home, table of instructions/suggestions for touring, beautiful vistas outside every window, ...
6 of us women were looking for a house near hiking and downtown but off the beaten path and we couldn’t have made a better choice. Beautiful house, stunning views, amazing hiking. Michelle the owner was very accommodating, gracious and responded right away to our questions. The house is beautifully ...
The hotel was great, clean rooms, great style. More so the view from our room and distance to town was more than one could hope for.
We had a wonderful visit. The view is amazing surrounded by red rock. Close to town and was furnished with everything you would need for your stay. Home is decorated bright and cheery.
This is an amazing home that exceeded all of our expectations. The location was perfect!
This was perfectly situated in the area. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. The resort was neither overly crowded nor under used. The rooms were enormous!
Personnelfriendly and helpful, cleanliness and location.
Convenient location. Clean and comfortable. Very helpful staff.
Refresh your spirits with a journey to nature at Devil's Bridge.
It is in Sedona. If you're staying in the state capital, Phoenix, you'll need to journey 100 miles to arrive there.
If you don't own a bottomless purse, you might opt to book a room at one of the area's budget hotels. The Cedars Resort and the Oak Creek Terrace are ones to take note of.
Want to stay in a room that is the embodiment of luxury? You can take your pick of a number of fancy hotels just a quick commute away. The A Sunset Chateau is waiting to welcome you with a warm smile and the comfiest bed you've slept on in a long time. The Amara Resort and Spa, a Kimpton Hotel is an equally appealing place to lay your head.