Sedona

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12 reviews
Luxe Sedona stunner with an award-winning restaurant, saltwater pool and spa. — Jetsetter
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13 reviews
Canyon spa resort surrounded by red-rock landscapes—a paradise for bikers and hikers. — Jetsetter
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8 reviews
This stunning hacienda is one of the most beautifully designed boutique hotels in the Southwest. — Fodor's
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8 reviews
Secluded creekside boutique hotel with red rock views a short walk from Sedona’s uptown shops and restaurants. — Jetsetter
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8 reviews
The best location and views in Sedona, thanks to its location on Airport Mesa, 500 feet above the center of town, which gives it extraordinary panoramic views of the Red Rocks. — Oyster
7
5 reviews
A romantic, traditional bed and breakfast on the water. — Gayot
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
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6 reviews
Chic hotel and spa located in the urban setting of West Sedona. — Gayot
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5 reviews
Guests choose from three-, four- and seven-night programs, called Journeys, that include spa treatments by "super-experienced therapists" using custom-blended oils and lotions. — Condé Nast Traveler
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4 reviews
This B&B in verdant Oak Creek Canyon exudes rustic elegance in its Southwestern-themed rooms in charming wooden cabins, many with decks overlooking the creek. — Fodor's
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4 reviews
A serene, award-winning inn surrounded by rock formations, waterfalls and gardens, with breakfast. — Jetsetter
7
4 reviews
Red rock views, Southwestern fare and a pool, centrally located in uptown Sedona. — Jetsetter
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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
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3 reviews
Set just off the strip in a quiet spot, this is a good bet for reasonably priced, conveniently located modern motel accommodation in Sedona. — Lonely Planet
7
3 reviews
A resort so luxurious even the bathrooms have fireplaces. — Gayot
7
3 reviews
With a gorgeous view of Bell Rock and hiking trails that start at the edge of the property, this is Sedona’s premier budget getaway for an active vacation. — Frommer's
7
3 reviews
Close to the lion's share of the trailheads, this is a good base for outdoor adventures, and the front desk has plenty of maps and advice on offer. — Fodor's
7
3 reviews
This 10-room 1950s-era motel in Uptown is one of Sedona's best deals. — Lonely Planet
7
2 reviews
Gracious B&B with the feel of an elegant private home. — Gayot
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