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L'Auberge de Sedona

L'Auberge de Sedona Rating: 4.5 Pearls

L'Auberge de Sedona has one of the most stunning natural settings in not just the Southwest, but the country, with the picturesque Oak Creek running underneath shady trees, and Sedona's soaring red rocks suspended in the background. The 87 guest rooms and woodsy cottages are spread across 11 acres, allowing guests plenty of privacy, and most come with fireplaces and private decks. It's a premier destination for a romantic getaway or a corporate retreat.
Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa

Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upper-middle-range boutique in Uptown Sedona has 77 stylish, contemporary rooms with up-to-date technology. Some have views of the red rocks, but the tiny balconies don’t allow for outside seating. If views are a priority, the slightly less stylish Best Western Arroyo Roble features larger balconies with good views for around the same same price. But it lacks the Rouge Hotel's luxury spa.
Adobe Grand Villas

Adobe Grand Villas Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This quirky, bed and breakfast-style hotel has 16 villas, all artistically designed around a certain theme, including the Wagon Wheel villa with a functioning water wheel on the entry door and covered wagon-style bed. Unique amenities include a bread maker with a fresh loaf upon arrival, filling the rooms with the scent of fresh-baked bread. New Orleans native Michael Merilli, prepares a five-course breakfast every morning and can also be called upon as a personal chef. Such services don’t come cheap, and the themed rooms may not be every traveler’s cup of tea, but you’d be hard pressed to find something quite so creative.
Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa

Hilton Sedona Resort & Spa Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The mid-range Hilton Sedona has features to please both families and business travelers, including several pools, event services, the enormous spa, and a neighboring golf course. The Hilton is a 20-minute drive from Sedona, but red rock views are still spectacular (from certain rooms) and the atmosphere is more relaxed than in Uptown. You'll have to pay for Wi-Fi, though -- unlike at the nearby Bell Rock Inn.
Poco Diablo Resort

Poco Diablo Resort Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Sedona's Poco Diablo Resort is an upper-middle-range property with plenty of outdoor amenities aimed at guests looking for a quiet but active vacation. For many guests, the property's biggest draw is its nine-hole golf course, and it also has tennis courts, an outdoor pool, and a large fitness center. It's a bit far from local commerce, but there is a bar that serves pub food and a restaurant on the property.
The Orchards Inn of Sedona

The Orchards Inn of Sedona Rating: 3.5 Pearls

There are plenty of upscale hotels in Sedona, but the Orchards Inn surpasses many of them because of its amazing views of red rock and Oak Creek Canyon. The hotel combines a central uptown location -- full of shops and sightseeing options -- with a slightly less-than-uptown price. It's a good hotel for larger groups desiring adjoining rooms (these are available but limited), or travelers wanting to take in the scenery from private balconies. The views from the hotel's hillside setting are excellent, and the property is tucked far enough from the road to avoid overwhelming tourist crowds and noise.
Las Posadas of Sedona

Las Posadas of Sedona Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The upper-middle-range Las Posadas offers 20 spacious, bed-and-breakfast-style suites in a quiet corner of Sedona, seven miles from the busy Uptown area. Guests come for the huge suites with kitchenettes, living rooms, and fireplaces, as well as the homey atmosphere, which extras like the three-course gourmet breakfast, daily appetizers, and cookies (all free) help create. But don't expect much in the way of amenities -- the property lacks a pool and on-site fitness area.
Amara Resort and Spa

Amara Resort and Spa Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 100-room Amara Resort and Spa is a moderately sized Kimpton Hotel along Oak Creek in uptown Sedona. The contemporary design can feel a little overdone, but the grounds are beautiful, with an infinity pool overlooking the red rock pillars for which the area is known. Rooms are contemporary and pleasant, if not quite as stylish as those at some other Kimpton hotels. With free morning yoga and a spa with body treatments and facials, the hotel is a restful and picturesque getaway. Amid shops and galleries in Uptown Sedona, the location is ideal for tourists.
Bell Rock Inn

Bell Rock Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

On picturesque Highway 179 in the Village of Oak Creek, the mid-range Bell Rock Inn has 75 rooms at affordable rates and two pools (one with views of nearby buttes). Big, clean rooms come with kitchenettes, but decor is hit or miss: some rooms have dated, 1980s-style decor, while others are contemporary. The nearby Ridge on Sedona's renovated rooms are nicer, but its views are a little less impressive.
Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort

Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The lower-middle-range Sedona Ridge is just off Highway 179 in the Village of Oak Creek, with 118 rooms housed in 23 tan stucco buildings on a sprawling property. The red rocks are far from the Ridge, so views of them are limited, but good views exist of the surrounding desert landscape, especially from the two heated pools. Rooms have kitchenettes, but many guests will have to drive from the lobby to reach them. Guests wanting better views at a similar price point should consider the Bell Rock Inn.


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  • Oak Creek Canyon
  • Uptown
  • Village of Oak Creek
  • West Sedona


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