Where to Stay
Staying in Sedona
After you have enjoyed an exciting jeep tour, lazy trail ride or invigorating hike through Sedona, Arizona's mesmerizing Red Rock Country, it's time to unwind and relax. Sedona offers many lodging options - from the rustic setting of a wilderness campsite to a comfortable hotel or motel, world-class luxury resort, inn or bed and breakfast. Sedona, Arizona, has more than 100 lodging facilities. Fourteen properties have earned AAA's Four-Diamond rating.
Hotels, Motels & Luxury Resorts
Find your hotel, motel, inn, or resort in Sedona! Basking in Sedona's beauty is easy in Sedona hotels, motels and luxury resorts, which offer outstanding accommodations. Sedona hotels come in many different sizes and styles. Some are well-suited for family or business travelers; others are ideal for romantic weekends, girl getaways, wedding parties or solo discovery trips. You'll find that Sedona hotels, motels, inns, and resorts are a comfortable home away from home. Many have outstanding amenities - from high-speed internet to luxurious linens and spa services. Whatever your taste or budget, there is a Sedona accommodation that's just right for you.
Unique Bed & Breakfasts
Sedona bed and breakfast inns offer guests a memorable experience: a sumptuous setting with privacy, gourmet breakfasts, breathtaking views and many other exceptional extras. Each Sedona B&B has its own flavor. Some Sedona B&Bs are decorated with antiques; others with Western memorabilia, custom-made furniture or contemporary designs. Many Sedona bed and breakfast properties are national award winners. View all bed and breakfast inns in the area. Also, visit Sedona's Premier Bed and Breakfast Guild, which represents many Sedona B&B properties.
Leave the stresses of urban living behind and retreat to a Sedona cabin. Picturesque Sedona cabins offer a lush creekside getaway or a secluded vacation amidst the magnificent evergreens of the Coconino National Forest. Getting away does not have to mean going without. Sedona cabins not only offer a close-to-nature experience but also such amenities as fireplaces and hot tubs. It's a comfortable, indulgent way to become part of the setting in a nature lover's paradise.