I don’t stay overnight in Sedona too frequently, and when I do I’m more likely to stay with friends. That said, I have stayed at a few inexpensive and clean places listed here. I’ve also included a few places where clients have stayed and enjoyed themselves.
You can find oh so many wonderful options on any good travel site or the sites listed on my Sedona Visitor Info page. There are high end resorts, B&Bs, and many inns to choose from in each of Sedona’s diverse communities.
I’m usually so busy taking pictures in nature I haven’t photographed most of these inns. More to come in the future.
Sky Ranch Lodge – Sky Ranch Lodge is situated atop Airport Mesa and boasts great views, a good restaurant and very reasonable prices. It is a very short walk from “The” Sunset spot in town, and another short drive from the airport if you are inclined to take a helicopter tour! The bathroom in my room was small and clean, but the bedroom was spacious and mine offered incredible views. The grounds are delightful and they even have a sweet spot for Sedona weddings atop the mesa. Enjoy coffee on your patio overlooking one of Sedona’s finest views!
The White House Inn Motel – I have stayed at the White House Inn when I wanted a clean, affordable motel that is a bargain in this town filled with more expensive places to stay. Located in the heart of town, on west 89A on the north side of the road just after Tortilla Drive, this hotel is minutes from great restaurants, shops, and situated centrally so you can easily walk to restaurants or drive to any of your hiking destinations in short time. Some of the rooms have a great view of Thunder Mountain
Briar Patch Inn – Briar Patch Inn is not a budget resort but if you’re looking for a little piece of heaven, and your very own cabin amidst a secret garden this is it. The Inn is private, personal, and the grounds are beautiful. An exquisite homemade brunch is held creek side during good weather, and you can do yoga, get a massage, or enjoy many other amenities. I’ve been told by those who have visited that you will want to stay here again and again.
The Hyatt at Pinon Point – The Hyatt is both a residence club and a hotel. Rooms are well appointed, clean, and beautiful, and the views are stunning. On the grounds you’ll find Wildflower Bread company for breakfast, Starbucks for coffee, Cold Stone Creamery for Ice Cream treats, or Sound Bites Grill for great dinners and musical entertainment. Enjoy the fitness club or rooftop pool In less than five minutes you can walk to enjoy shops, more places to eat, jeep tours, and gorgeous views in Sedona’s Uptown district. My clients have spoken highly of their stay here. Book in advance.
Sedona Cedars Resort – Cedars is a pleasant place to stay with gorgeous views overlooking the creek and Schnebly hill. The rooms are clean and you get a fridge which is nice if you’re staying a few days. The heated jacuzzi feels soothing after a long day of hiking. Located on north 89A on the right side of the road immediately after you go through the round-about. Uptown and the entire tourist strip of shops and restaurants is a five minute walk, and the scenic oak creek canyon drive begins just north of the strip. The front of the resort borders the street, but the back has great views, so if you book a room, ask for one with a view.