Sedona

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12 reviews
One of the most stunning natural settings...with the picturesque Oak Creek running underneath shady trees, and Sedona's soaring red rocks suspended in the background. — Oyster
9
10 reviews
A few miles outside of town, serene Boynton Canyon is the setting for this luxurious resort and its world-class destination spa, Mii amo. — Fodor's
8
8 reviews
The posh, 12-room hacienda with exquisite Arts and Crafts furnishings is perfect for an intimate, low-key hideaway. — Travel + Leisure
8
8 reviews
The grounds are beautiful, with an infinity pool overlooking the red rock pillars for which the area is known. Rooms are contemporary and pleasant. — Oyster
7
5 reviews
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. — Oyster
7
7 reviews
It's a great spot to relax with a glass of wine, enjoy the amazing scenery and connect with friendly and liked minded guests. — Afar Magazine
7
6 reviews
Located in West Sedona, the Rouge is one of the premiere boutique hotels in town — Frommer's
7
5 reviews
A romantic, traditional bed and breakfast on the water. — Gayot
7
5 reviews
A secluded luxury spa resort within a resort, inspired by Native American spiritual traditions. — Gayot
7
4 reviews
The Briar Patch Inn is an intimate and rustic bed and breakfast with 19 cabins that’s about a five to 10-minute drive from downtown Sedona, hiking trails, shops, and restaurants. — Oyster
7
4 reviews
A serene, award-winning inn surrounded by rock formations, waterfalls and gardens, with breakfast. — Jetsetter
7
4 reviews
For picture-perfect, in-your-face views of the red rocks, few Sedona hotels can compete with the Orchards, which sits on the south side of Ariz — Frommer's
7
3 reviews
Located in uptown Sedona, the Matterhorn is well situated for those who want to walk to shops and dining. — Frommer's
7
3 reviews
Across the highway from the Hilton resort, Las Posadas, done up in a striking rose-red to match the cliffs beyond, is a cross between an all-suites boutique hotel and a bed-and-breakfast inn — Frommer's
7
3 reviews
Regardless of which themed villa you choose, you'll be greeted by the aroma of freshly baked bread as you enter your private home away from home — Frommer's
7
2 reviews
Economical digs in Sedona’s lively downtown center. — Gayot
7
2 reviews
This 10-room 1950s-era motel in Uptown is one of Sedona's best deals. — Lonely Planet
7
2 reviews
Although the property bears the Best Western name, this location is a friendly family run joint, conveniently located on State Route 89A in uptown Sedona near the banks of Oak Creek — Frommer's
7
2 reviews
Gracious B&B with the feel of an elegant private home. — Gayot
7
2 reviews
All of the rooms at this inn south of Sedona have either wood-burning or gas fireplaces, and some of them also have Jacuzzi tubs and balconies that look out onto the red rocks. — Fodor's
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