Nestled in a secluded neighborhood on a beautiful hilltop setting, Alma de Sedona B&B Inn offers a private sanctuary where you can experience the spirt of Sedona amidst amazing Red Rock views. This boutique-styled bed and breakfast Inn features a private, tranquil setting where you can relax, rejuvenate and reconnect with nature, while experiencing all that Sedona has to offer.
The upscale Inn was designed with privacy and views in mind, and a Southwestern flair. Three Adobe guest buildings face different directions, providing spectacular views. Each room is uniquely decorated and features an opulent king-size bed, a sitting area, fireplace, 2-person jetted tub (except for ADA compliant Del Sol), separate shower, spa robes, flat-screen TV, refrigerator, Wi-fi and more. Rooms are offset to allow for ultimate privacy while relaxing on your own patio or balcony.
Mornings start with custom brewed coffees, teas and juices. The two-course breakfast features home-baked muffins, scones or a variety of fruit starters. The main course varies daily and special dietary needs are accommodated with notice. Snacks, ice tea and raspberry lemonade accentuate the afternoon delights. The Inn is known for its private recipe, home-baked cookies.
Southwestern art by local Sedona artists adorns the large, comfortable main lodge that includes a dining area, shared lounge, game/computer area and adjacent seasonally heated pool. It represents an eclectic mix of handcrafted gourds, baskets, woven rugs, photographs and paintings. This month’s featured artist is Clark Sheppard, McShep Art Studios, whose whimsically abstract Sedona landscapes have been celebrated in several national magazines.
But what really sets this B&B apart is its close proximity to the area’s most iconic Red Rock formations coupled with onsite grounds that create an oasis for spiritual renewal—while still being just three miles from Uptown Sedona, nearby Tlaquepaque and Hillside’s Gallery Row. This hidden gem offers a central located for those attending Sedona’s Fall Festivals such as Sedona Winefest, Sedona Arts Festival and the Sedona Plein Air Festival.
Alma de Sedona offers stunning vistas of West Sedona’s most iconic Red Rock formations—Thunder Mountain, Chimney Rock, Three Fingers, Cockscomb, Coffee Pot Rock and more. It is within walking distance to Thunder Mountain Trailhead and Chimney Rock Loop, one of “Sedona’s Secret 7” (lesser known hikes where the locals go). A five-minute drive can have you perched atop the Sedona Airport Vortex trail or at the nearby Overlook for spectacular sunsets.
For those seeking relaxation, rejuvenation and spiritual renewal the grounds have been meticulously designed and cared for to promote going inward or experiencing the land through ancient spiritual teachings. Soothing gardens and a trickling meditation pond provide quite areas for contemplation. Wind chimes and birdfeeders adorn almost every tree, where a variety of songbirds orchestrate a symphony for the soul.
You can ponder important life questions, lessons or transitions as you walk the Inn’s seven-circuit labyrinth to its sacred center. Labyrinths are believed to guard, activate and amplify the spiritual energies of a place so that people who walk them can experience a feeling of grace, peace or holiness in their heart, soul and spirit. Guests at Alma de Sedona often leave small mementos on the rocks in gratitude for their mini-pilgrimage.
In additional to the labyrinth, the managing Innkeeper also built a Medicine Wheel on the property in 2008. Many people are drawn to the Sedona to explore Native American and other ancient wisdom teachings that view the Earth as a living being of which humans only a part. The medicine wheel is a tool used by many tribes that represents a variety of spiritual concepts and teachings integral to everyday life and sacred ceremony. Typically built with stones, it consists of an equidistant cross within a circle. Each quadrant represents a different season, direction, element, color, animal totem and aspect of being human as one travels through the journey of life. Both the medicine wheel and labyrinth are open to guests and the general public for inward reflection and private ceremonies.
Alma de Sedona prides itself on offering impeccable service, the comforts of a fine hotel and the warmth of staying with good friends. Innkeepers provide full concierge services, a comprehensive local area orientation and aim for rave reviews. The Inn recently won the 2018 Readers Choice Award for the “Best Bed & Breakfast in Sedona” by readers of KudosAZ, a local entertainment publication.
Whether you are seeking a rejuvenating, quite retreat or a secluded but central base from where you can embark on sightseeing, shopping, dining, arts or festival excursions, Alma de Sedona Bed & Breakfast Inn is perfectly situated to connect you with all that Sedona has to offer. Call 928.282.2737 or visit AlmaDeSedona.com to book your stay at one of Sedona’s best bed and breakfasts.