For cheaper or more budget-friendly accommodations in Sedona, one option to consider is Wildflower Inn, which features free self-parking, a golf course and horse riding as well as a perfect location within walking distance of Famous Pizza restaurant. Las Posadas Of Sedona is a budget hotel that will place you in close proximity to Village Gallery of Local Artists, offering free self-parking, a golf course and tubing. A good budget-friendly option in West district is Villas Of Sedona, a 30-minute walk to Church of the Red Rocks and not far from Picazzo's Healthy Italian Kitchen restaurant.
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If you'd rather stay closer to the airport for an early flight, Antelope Hills Inn is only 15 minutes on foot away from Ernest A. Love Field airport and offers free self-parking and a golf course.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Staying somewhere like El Portal Sedona Hotel or Orchards Inn will put you in a central location. West district is filled with 9 hotels, such as Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa, Trademark Collection By Wyndham and A Sunset Chateau.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Sedona
If you are looking for a luxury hotel near Phoenix Sky Harbour, Cathedral Rock and Red Rock State Park, Hilton Sedona Resort At Bell Rock is a good choice. Arroyo Pinion Hotel, An Ascend Hotel Collection Member is one of the top-ranked boutique hotels, situated near Vue Gallery. L'Auberge De Sedona is a 5-minute walk from the city center of Sedona for those who prefer reliable service.
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Elysian Escape is a cozy apartment less than a 15-minute walk to The Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley. If you are looking for a B&B in Sedona, Exquisite Guest Suite, With Stunning Red Rock Views is a valid option in West district not far from Sedona Motion Picture Museum. Hampton Inn Sedona has a variety of family-friendly activities and also includes free self-parking, a Jacuzzi and tubing. If you are looking for a comfy resort hotel in Sedona, consider Desert Quail Inn, which is also within 10 minutes' walking distance of Magical Mandala Kaleidoscope Gallery.
City Guide: Discover the best of Sedona
Sedona goes beyond the usual tourist destination.
The city can easily set itself apart by its fabulous setting, natural beauty and geology. Set in the forested slopes of Northern Arizona, Sedona is referred to as Red Rock Country for the shimmer of its red-rock landscape.
You can enjoy the natural beauty of Sedona during your stay in the city. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Sedona to luxury offers all available at Booked.net. You can check them out with maps, photos and secure forms at our website.
Sedona’s sandstone buildings, old cobbled streets and tiny mesas converted it into a focal point of tourist interest, making Sedona the most beautiful city in Arizona. Its fabulous combination of red-rock background and architectural masterpieces from previous centuries has won Sedona the fame of ‘The Most Beautiful Place in America’ by the USA Weekend Magazine.
It is no surprise to Sedona that it is of great tourist interest, it is home to world class gold courses, spas, hiking and biking trails. In Sedona you can take a jeep tour to ancient ruins or choose place to rest with all modern conveniences.
- Chapel of the Holy Cross, a unique chapel offering great views of the city
- Desert Canyon Scenic Loop, a perfect place to explore on foot
- Diamond Ranch, a place to entertain with the horseback rides and trace the western history of the old working cattle ranch
- New Age vortices, areas with special magnetism that draws thousands of tourists annually
When the vortices were discovered in 1980s, Sedona abandoned its reputation as a tiny settlement for the fame of a New Age Destination. The first European settler to the area was Antonio de Espejo driven to the area of modern Sedona for the possibility of gold deposits. He didn’t find gold, but he did discover the beautiful landscapes of Sedona. This introduced the area to the world and drew the first permanent residents T.C. Schnebly and his wife. They established a post office in the city and named it as ‘Sedona’ in the 1900s.
The first business introduced to the area was peaches and apples. Even though the city still boasts the tasty fruit, its business has changed with the interest of film-makers to the area. Today Sedona can outstrip major cities by the quantity of movies shot in the area. Sedona has served as the setting for more than 70 Hollywood movies, gradually becoming a home for rich and famous.
Today more than four million tourists per year come to Sedona for an unforgettable vacation. The city will greet you with all comforts with a room in hotel booked in advance at Booked.net.