Sedona Vacation Rentals


Sedona vacation rentals are ideal if you're planning to spend an extended stay in Sedona, AZ; even more so if you're traveling with the family or just like feeling at home away from home. Let's face it, Sedona is a tourist town. People from all over the world come year round to marvel at the gorgeous scenery and/or seek spiritual balance. Often times, people fall in love with the place and want to live here. This makes it the perfect location to own or rent a vacation home. Sedona, AZ is plumb full of beautiful vacation homes, and they're here for you to enjoy. If you own a vacation home and would like to rent yours out, please feel free to contact us.

1. Best Western PLUS Arroyo Roble ...

The Best Western PLUS Arroyo Roble Hotel and Creekside Villas is located in Uptown Sedona, providing near-Grand Canyon accommodations within...  More
  • (928) 282-4001
  • 400 N. State Rte. 89A
  • Sedona, AZ
  • 86336
  • $199.00 - $429.00

2. Sedona Timeshare Resales

Don't miss Sedona's best kept secret, the Arroyo Roble Resort-all Sedona timeshare villas are beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 1/2 bathrooms with 2 fi...  More
  • (800) 344-3763
  • 100 Arroyo Roble Road
  • Sedona, AZ
  • 86336

YOUR ROMANTIC SEDONA GETAWAY

Stay at a luxury resort spa with fine amenities or at a well-appointed B&B near the creek. Enjoy a couple's massage followed by a romantic dinner. See Romantic Getaways »

SEDONA CABINS & BED AND BREAKFASTS

Sedona cabins along Oak Creek and bed & breakfasts hidden at the foothills of the red rocks are the perfect escape for your Sedona, AZ vacation. Where to Stay in Sedona »

SEDONA FOR OUTDOOR ADVENTURE LOVERS

Sedona has some of the most scenic mountain biking trails, rock climbing routes and refreshing swimming holes in the great Southwest.
See Outdoor Adventure Ideas »

PET-FRIENDLY SEDONA

Traveling with your pet? Sedona has a variety of accommodations for you and the pooch. After settling in your hotel, a nice hike and a swim in the creek are definitely in order. See Pet-Friendly Sedona »