Hotels in Sedona
Thanks to the gorgeous scenery, the arts scene and the somewhat secluded atmosphere, Sedona hotels are not known for being bargains—especially if you want a view of red rocks out your window. But many people find the hotels in Sedona a worthy splurge, and there's a higher than usual percentage of unique, independent hotels. If you want a wider selection of brand-name lodgings or B&Bs, or just lower prices, consider staying in nearby Prescott or Jerome. The best hotels in Sedona typically boast spas and a serenely luxurious atmosphere. Here are some of our top picks:
Enchantment Resort. This rambling resort made up of low-slung casitas in Boynton Canyon definitely holds some Southwest magic, with its hiking trails, tennis courts, pools and a huge spa. Inside, kiva fireplaces and rugs create a timeless Southwestern ambiance.
Sedona Rouge. This 77-room boutique hotel, which is great for couples, has a North African aesthetic and is a short walking distance from the shops and restaurants in town. Some rooms have vaulted ceilings, fireplaces, and balconies, and the resort features a large spa.
The posh, 12-room hacienda with exquisite Arts and Crafts furnishings is perfect for an intimate, low-key hideaway.
The Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa, a collection of 77 rooms, suites, and spa suites, is located in the heart of Sedona, within walking distance of the city’s top stores, restaurants, and nearby trails.
Fifteen unique A-frame bungalows, some with rock fireplaces and large stone patios, are spread across 20 creekside acres in the Oak Creek Canyon.
Cozy English country-inspired inn and cottages in a wooded, creekside setting that is a refreshing change from the desert, but still within easy reach of the red rocks. Staffers gladly arrange romantic creekside dinners and couples-only treatments at its spa.
Take in exceptional red rock views at this 11-room B&B whose rooms have private outdoor decks, gas fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, and views of the creek.
This Southwest-style resort, made of low-slung adobe casitas in central Arizona’s Boynton Canyon, blends into the iconic red-rock cliffs of Sedona, a town known for its artsy, New Age vibe.