When searching for Sedona hotels that are right for you, we understand that where you stay can play a significant role in your overall experience. Selecting the right place to stay in Sedona totally depends on the type of traveler you are and your preferences. There are several types of great Sedona lodging to choose from such as cabins, vacation rentals or bed and breakfasts, but if you've already narrowed your preferences to a Sedona hotel, you've already taken the first step.
Sedona hotels range from the recognizable brand names like Hilton, Best Western, Hyatt and others — to locally owned boutique hotels unique to Sedona. Boutique hotels are usually a well-appointed noted for excellent service and attention to detail, boasting individualism not found at many familiar brand name establishments. The brand name accommodations will offer you the security in knowing what to expect according to the brand's nationally known standards, while the boutique hotels have the ability to refine their services and accommodations to optimally suit their guests' needs. If you opt for a brand name hotel, you'll have the comfort of knowing what standard of quality to expect, which certainly has its appeal. But if you're willing to give the well-reviewed boutique hotels in Sedona a try, you're sure to have an authentic, only-in-Sedona experience.
There are hotels in Sedona that allow dogs and others that treat your fur-baby like an invited guest. Two of the most dog-friendly hotels are El Portal Sedona, which features beds and treats for your pup in your gorgeous suite; and Sedona Real Inn and Suites, who built an entire dog park at the hotel, compete with shady trees, benches and grills where you can cook food while hanging out with your dogs. There are several other pet-friendly hotels in Sedona that make the effort to make everyone in your family comfortable, and so we've made a list for you to help make it easy.See All Sedona Pet-Friendly Hotels »
What would make traveling with your family easier? Free hot breakfast? Pools and activity rooms at the hotel? Friendly concierge to book tours and a staff that's happy to have Pack-N-Plays ready to deliver to your room? Traveling with the family can be stressful and any amount of things you don't have to pack in the car is helpful. We've put together a section of hotels and resorts that make the extra effort to accommodate families. Whether that means having a suite with a family room where your family can spread out; free hot breakfast; or maybe just opting for a vacation home or cabin. Check out our family-friendly section to make your Sedona vacation more enjoyable.See All Sedona Family-Friendly Hotels »
1. Best Western PLUS Inn Of Sedona
2. Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast Inn Of Sedona
3. A Sunset Chateau
4. Sedona Real Inn & Suites
5. Arroyo Pinion Hotel
6. Oak Creek Terrace Resort
7. Orchards Inn Of Sedona
8. Junipine Resort
9. Cozy Cactus Bed & Breakfast
10. Canyon Wren Cabins For Two
11. GreenTree Inn Sedona
12. El Portal Sedona
El Portal Sedona Hotel is dedicated to providing an extraordinary lodging experience for guests a
13. Sky Ranch Lodge
14. Briar Patch Inn
15. Hilton Sedona At Bell Rock
16. Butterfly Garden Inn
17. Southwest Inn At Sedona
The Southwest Inn at Sedona, Arizona offers casual lodging with upscale amenities found in many S
SEDONA ON A BUDGET
Secrets to visiting Sedona for less. Tips on where to stay, what to do, and where to eat on a budget. Save Money on Your Sedona Trip »
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 »
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 »
TAKING YOUR FAMILY TO SEDONA FOR VACATION?
Here are some of the most family-friendly hotels in Sedona and some things to do that should keep everyone happy...at least for a while.
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