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Sedona Arizona Hotels & Motels

Find the perfect hotel in Sedona using our hotel guide provided below. Find cheap and discounted hotel/motel rates in or nearby Sedona, AZ for your upcoming personal or group trip. We show the best Sedona, Arizona motel and hotel rooms. Browse the Sedona area hotels to find the perfect lodging! Please use the provided map of the Sedona hotels. Coordinating a group? Get Sedona Group Hotel Discounts

The Sedona center point is about the area of Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village and the area of Radisson Poco Diablo Resort.

Sedona has a majestic air about it, with numerous attractions highlighting its natural beauty and stunning landscapes. Slide Rock State Park and Red Rock State Park bracket the city, offering peaceful creeks, charming swimming holes, and miles of invigorating trails. These parks also house many of Sedona's famous vortexes. These purported centers of energy are believed to carry mystical powers, and abound throughout the area. More from this guide...

Sedona Hotels & Accommodations

Arabella Hotel Sedona 725 Highway 179, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • Affordable Downtown property
  • 144 rooms in hotel
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews Call
Kings Ransom Inn - Sedona
725 Highway 179, Sedona, AZ 86339
  • Low priced Mountain hotel
  • Hotel has an eco-friendly policy Learn more
  • The majority of guests criticized the small bathroom
  • Bartender was lacking
Average 3.5 /5Reviews Call
Los Abrigados Resort & Spa - Sedona 160 Portal Lane, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • Midscale hotel
  • Check-in time: 4:00 PM
  • Near city centre
  • Most guests complained about the room service
L'auberge De Sedona
301 L'auberge Lane, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • 4 star Resort hotel
  • 5 conference rooms in property
  • Spectacular Sunday brunch
  • The best massage therapist
Very Good 4.5 /5Read Reviews Call
Poco Diablo Resort 1752 State Route 179, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • Expensive Resort property
  • 137 rooms in hotel
  • All guests liked the proximity to sightseeing
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Orchards Inn : 254 North State Rte. 89a 254 North State Rte. 89a, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • Affordable Downtown property
  • 3 floors in property
Sky Ranch Lodge 1105 Airport Rd., Sedona, AZ 86336
  • High-end Mountain property
  • 2 floors in property
  • Most guests complained about the restaurant service
  • Most guests thought the building was wonderful
Very Good 4.0 /5Reviews Call
A Sunset Chateau 665 Sunset Dr., Sedona, AZ 86336
  • High-end hotel
Best Western Plus Inn of Sedona - Sedona 1200 West State Route 89a, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • Mid-scale Mountain hotel
  • Comp. Breakfast
Very Good 4.5 /5Recent Reviews Call
Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa
2250 West State Route 89a, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • High-end Resort property
  • 7 meeting rooms in hotel
  • Most guests liked the proximity to shopping
  • Room is all right
Very Good 4.5 /5Read Reviews Call
Orchards Inn of Sedona : 254 Highway 89a
254 Highway 89a, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • Mid-scale Rural hotel
  • Hotel has 3 floors
  • Most guests criticized the small bathroom
  • Great reception
Wyndham Sedona in Sedona
1500 Kestrel Cir, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • 3-star Mountain hotel
  • 106 rooms in hotel
  • Nice common area
  • Rooms need regular maintenance
Very Good 4.5 /5Review Score Call
Sedona Super 8 2545 West Highway 89a, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • Economy hotel
  • 66 rooms in property
  • Great location
  • No eggs
Hampton Inn in Sedona 1800 West Highway 89a, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • Midscale Resort hotel
  • 2 suites in hotel
  • Most guests thought the service was very professional
  • Close to some good restaurants
Very Good 4.0 /5Review Score Call
Days Inn Sedona 2991 West Highway 89a, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • 2 star Mountain property
  • Check in: 3:00pm
  • Room is all right
  • Private patio
Arroyo Pinion Hotel 3119 West Highway 89a, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • Mid-scale Mountain property
  • Hotel has 2 floors
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews Call
Sedona Real Inn & Suites in Sedona Dry Creek Rd., Sedona, AZ 86336
  • 3-star Mountain hotel
  • 89 rooms in hotel
  • Most guests thought the kitchenette was ok
  • Nice clean rooms and pool area
Very Good 4.5 /5Latest Reviews Call
Canyon Villa Bed & Breakfast Inn of Sedona : 40 Canyon Circle Dr.
40 Canyon Circle Dr., Sedona, AZ 86351
  • 3-star Mountain property
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Food is to die for
  • Nice landscaping
Excellent 5.0 /5Recent Reviews Call
Holiday Inn Express Sedona 6176 Highway 179, Sedona, AZ 86351
  • Mid-scale Mountain hotel
  • Check-in: 3:00 PM
The Views Inn : 65 East Cortez Dr.
65 East Cortez Dr., Sedona, AZ 86351
  • Inexpensive Mountain hotel
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Very quiet
  • Breakfast is mediocre
Desert Quail Inn : 6626 State Route 179
6626 State Route 179, Sedona, AZ 86351
  • 2 star hotel
  • Hotel has 8 suites
  • Regular internet service
  • Bathroom is ok
Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock : 90 Ridge Trail Dr. 90 Ridge Trail Dr., Sedona, AZ 86351
  • High end Mountain hotel
  • Hotel has 3 floors
  • Bathroom is ok
  • Almost all guests said rooms were clean enough
Very Good 4.0 /5Recent Reviews Call
Wildflower Inn in Sedona
6086 Highway 179, Sedona, AZ 86351
  • Inexpensive property
  • Check-in time: 3:00 PM
  • Average comfort
  • For 100%, the lobby entrance was sub-standard
Very Good 4.0 /5Read Reviews Call
Las Posadas of Sedona Luxury Bed & Breakfast Inns.
26 Avenida De Piedras, Sedona, AZ 86351
  • 4-star Mountain hotel
  • Comp. Breakfast
  • Distant to city centre, said 67%
  • Most guests thought rooms were spacious
Very Good 4.5 /5Latest Reviews Call
Junipine Resort
8351 North Highway 89a, Sedona, AZ 86336
  • Mid-scale Mountain hotel
  • 42 rooms in hotel
Very Good 4.5 /5Reviews Call
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One of the most famous is at Buddha Beach, just upstream from Red Rock Crossing in Red Rock State Park. Littered with hundreds of cairns, or Buddhas, the site is a stunning tribute to the number of travelers who have come to the area seeking some of its enlightening power.

Whether the Sedona area has true healing powers or not, you'll find it a mecca of spiritual services, with plentiful psychics, massage therapists, reiki masters, shamans, counselors, and life coaches. If you prefer a more solitary approach to rejuvenation and enlightenment, you'll also find several attractions that cater to peaceful afternoons and quiet meditation, with dozens of art galleries and a handful of local wineries begging you to come in for a leisurely exploration of their wares.

Whatever your agenda includes, Sedona is the type of destination that leaves a mark on its visitors, sending them home just a little altered from the way they came.

When to Visit Sedona, Arizona

Spring is the most picturesque time to visit Sedona. The area blooms with color as wildflowers create splashes of yellow, orange, and purple against the red rock backdrop. Temperatures are typically between the mid-60s and low 80s, creating the ideal environment for a peaceful hike. The Sedona Yoga Festival takes place in March, followed by the Sedona Bluegrass Festival in April and May. The only downsides to this season are the high prices and big crowds.

Though Sedona's summers are in the upper 90s, Phoenix and Tucson residents still find it a cooler alternative to their hometowns. This is peak tourist season for local visitors, but a slower time for those coming in from out-of-state. If you do visit Sedona during this time, you'll find prices are typically lower.

As temperatures drop in fall, the flow of visitors rises again. The Red Rocks Music Festival takes place in August and September, followed by the Sedona Plein Air Festival in October. Temperatures are still plenty warm in the 70s and 80s, but this doesn't deter fall visitors. Plan to book a room about a month in advance to score a good hotel during this season.

Winter is another slow season in Sedona, and a prime time to find affordable hotel rooms in the area. You can enjoy the Festival of Trees at Tlaquepaque in November and December as well as the Sedona International Film Festival in February. Expect temperatures around the mid-50s with the chance of light snowfall.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Sedona, AZ:

seasonality of hotel rates in Sedona

Averate Rates by Star Rating

Below we've posted 3 graphs displaying average nightly cost patterns by star rating class in Sedona, AZ. Analyze these illustrations to evaluate the best seasons to make a reservation in Sedona for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in Sedona, Arizona

4 Star Average Prices: $212.11

If you're looking for the most luxurious accommodations in Sedona, try the Adobe Grand Villas. These are the largest group accommodations in the city. Amenities include all the comforts of home plus extras like fireplaces, spacious jetted tubs for two, and private patios. Guests at the villas enjoy gourmet breakfasts, hot afternoon hors d'oeuvres, and fresh pastries in the evening.

The Lodge at Sedona is the perfect luxury pick for a weekend of romance. This bed and breakfast sits in a secluded location among two acres of gardens, pines, waterfalls, and rock formations. Each room features its own distinctive decor with elements like massage showers, four-poster beds, stone fireplaces, hardwood flooring, and hot tubs for two. You can order special in-room extras like fresh flowers, chocolate covered strawberries, or gift baskets to make your stay more special. Breakfast for two is included with every room.

The Amara Resort & Spa offers a boutique hotel experience with your comfort in mind. The rooms are decorated in a warm color palette that reflects the surrounding landscape and feature headboards made from local fallen trees for a unique touch. Soft bath robes, pillow-top mattresses, and Atelier Bloem bath amenities offer added pampering. Venture beyond your room to soak in the infinity-edge pool, book a treatment at the Amara Spa, or enjoy fresh regional dishes from the SaltRock Southwest Kitchen.

4 Star Hotel Prices in Sedona

Affordable Hotels in Sedona, Arizona

3 Star Average Prices: $124.60

There are a few low-priced hotels in Sedona that can put you in close proximity to the pampering spas without draining your travel budget. The Days Inn Sedona is one of the most affordable options in the area. This hotel offers a complimentary Bright Start breakfast to give you an energy-packed start to the day, as well as a refrigerator and microwave in each room for handy drinks and snacks. The outdoor pool provides convenient on-site recreation.

Sky Ranch Lodge is another surprisingly affordable pick in Sedona. Located on Airport Mesa, 500 feet above the surrounding city, Sky Ranch Lodge offers unparalleled views. Make a selection from the wine bar and head to the Overlook to enjoy the hotel's famous sunset views or stroll along the gardens to explore koi ponds and creeks. A peaceful heated outdoor pool and whirlpool offer additional opportunities for relaxation. Select rooms at the Sky Ranch Lodge have pampering amenities like fireplaces and kitchenettes.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Sedona

2 Star Average Prices: $90.95

2 Star Hotel Prices in Sedona

Sedona, AZ Hotels with Discounts

Hotel loyalty programs are often the best way to score discounted rates on your stay, particularly if you have a favorite chain. You can use and redeem Wyndham Rewards points at all participating hotels including the Days Inn Sedona. These hotels offer additional discounts for AAA, CAA, and AARP members as well as government employees and seniors. Take advantage of Marriott Rewards with locations like the Courtyard Sedona. Marriott hotels offer other discounts for AAA/CAA members, seniors, government employees, and military personnel.

Don't forget to look for special promotions at the area's luxury hotels as well. The Amara Resort, Arabella Hotel Sedona, and Poco Diablo Resort regularly feature specials for a discount on upgraded stays or special dining credits with qualifying bookings.

The Best Value Hotels in Sedona, Arizona

If you're looking for a mid-priced resort with plentiful amenities, Sedona is the perfect place to go. It offers several hotels in this range, with features that will make you feel like a VIP without a major hike in price.

The Sedona Summit is a prime example of one of the value-packed destinations in Sedona. Studio rooms feature a kitchenette with a refrigerator, microwave, and toaster as well as dishes, silverware, and cooking utensils. Cable television and a DVD player keep entertainment handy. Upgrade to a one-bedroom suite for comfortable accommodations that include a dishwasher, oven, and stove top in the kitchen.

The Arroyo Pinion Hotel is another reasonably priced pick with ample amenities. The cozy rooms here include microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers with Starbucks coffee. Complimentary internet access helps guests stay connected throughout their visit while an ergonomic workspace is ideal for everything from business to blogging. A complimentary hot breakfast buffet gives every morning a little extra excitement. The hotel also features a fitness center, meeting space, and outdoor pool.

If fitness and recreation top your hotel wish list, book a room at the Poco Diablo Resort. This hotel offers four tennis courts, a nine-hole golf course, heated outdoor pool, fitness center, and bike rentals. On-site dining is available at T. Carl's Restaurant, while guests can grab a relaxing drink at The 10th Hole Bar & Lounge. If you need to ease sore muscles from your day's activities, head to the spa for a facial, massage, body wrap, or other treatment.

Getting Around Sedona, Arizona

Sedona is not very pedestrian-friendly, with many of its best highlights located a decent drive from the small downtown. The best way to get around Sedona is by car. If you're planning on hiking, you should invest in a four-wheel drive vehicle, so you can traverse some of the more treacherous roads in the parks. There are some excellent trails accessible only after driving down dirt roads. If you want to explore the back roads without using your own gas, consider a Pink Jeep Tour.

Though you can't easily walk to the trail heads, you'll have plenty of chances to stretch your legs in Sedona. There are over 100 hiking trails in the area. The Cathedral Rock Trail is one of the most popular picks. This is considered a moderate hike, but it's worth noting that the trail is particularly steep.

Try to remain patient as you're traversing the city and give yourself plenty of travel of time if you have an appointment to make. Routes 179 and 89A intersect, forming a “Y” that's notoriously congested, particularly during prime tourist seasons.

If you're looking for a destination where you can enjoy breathtaking views, challenging hikes, and plenty of opportunities for reflection and rejuvenation, there's no better choice than Sedona. Decadent dining, soothing spa treatments, and plush accommodations are the norm in the area, so you can easily book a comfortable hotel that meets all your needs.

Recent traveler reviews of Sedona, AZ

Below are reviews of the city of Sedona, AZ from an actual visitor's perspective.

"A Must See"
Score 4.0 / 5

One of the most beautiful places in the world.

Unknown U., from 29-Sep-2015
"Gorgeous Place"
Score 4.0 / 5

Sedona is a gorgeous place! Highly recommend a Pink Jeep Tour. The Coffee Pot is a great place for breakfast. Relics and The Barking Frog Grille have delicious food.

Jennifer M., from 15-Oct-2014
"Sedona is magical."
Score 5.0 / 5

I loved the mountains in the desert. This city has some of the best desert weather and outdoor activities. Plenty of local artists and shops in town. The city is known for a very vibrant southwest cuisine. The resort spas are some of the best as well. It always makes for a very magical getaway. I can't wait to come back.

Diane P., from 01-Jul-2014
"Scenic with Fine Accompaniments "
Score 5.0 / 5

Love everything about Sedona. Great scenery. Fantastic walks. Really fine variety of shops, dining and entertainment.

Judy D., from 09-Apr-2014
Score 5.0 / 5

The one thing that stood out for both of us was the friendly service we received wherever we shopped or ate. They certainly know how to treat tourists and without exception met our needs. The shops are both unique and carried a variety of merchandise which offered good value for our money. The views were spectacular and we found many places to explore both inside and outside the city. We are seniors and unable to walk great distances, however, found plenty to do and see. The variety of statues around the city depicting native heritage as well as various animals were always a treat to see. The landscaping was well worth a drive to see the unique places nestled up in the hills and in the shopping areas.The views were spectacular and we have many good memories of our time in Sedona. It is indeed a gem! The architecture was also very interesting and the houses blended in with thescenery very well which was a treat.We also noted no speeding cars and overall felt a sense of security that money can't buy.

Lynn W., from 13-Jan-2014
The average traveler rating of the city of Sedona, AZ shown above is 4.6 out of 5 based on 5 reviews
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