Sedona resorts

Sedona resorts

 Sedona resorts

Visiting Sedona in Arizona is just one of those special places that you can always go back and it will always be an amazing experience. It’s easy to see why Sedona is so popular and filled with stunning landscapes, delicious cuisine and food choices, and wonderful Sedona resorts that cater to every whim and interest you may have. You’ll find that you can visit Sedona all four seasons and it will be difficult to find the perfect time because anytime is always a special experience. To help you find a comfortable stay in Sedona, check out all the main districts of Sedona and the amenities and resorts within each district.

 

Sedona resorts Where to stay in Sedona, Arizona

Where to Stay in Sedona in the 4 districts

 

 

Sedona Area Map - Sedona resorts

Sedona Area Map

Sedona districts layout

Sedona is broken down into four main distinct areas: the Village of Oak Creek, Uptown Sedona, West Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon. Uptown Sedona is the central downtown area and is filled with all the restaurants, galleries and shops, and central Sedona resorts if you want to be located in the heart of the city. The other districts are relatively close and within driving distance but have their own little communities, shopping/dining and other related services.

 

Just outside of Oak Creek Village Sedona resorts

Just outside of Oak Creek Village on the drive to Oak Creek

 

Village of Oak Creek

Just south of Sedona is the quiet village of Oak Creek which is about 7 miles to Uptown Sedona. This relaxed and upscale community has all the right comforts and services along with some fantastic resorts to choose from.

Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock – A well maintained property exuding local design and flair, the Hilton sits in a quiet golfing community away from Highway 179 at Bell Rock. The resort has a nice pool and spa service, fitness center along with a golf course and those gorgeous Red Rock views.  Check out current prices and availability here

 

Poco Diablo Resort – located in between Oak Creek Village and South Uptown Sedona, Poco Diablo is in a beautiful location with a small golf course setting. Meticulous detail and front desk service cater to every whim and need. Spacious rooms with fireplaces and beautiful Red Rock views. Check out current prices and availability here

 

Overlooking the district of West Sedona Sedona resorts

Overlooking the district of West Sedona from above

West Sedona

West Sedona is located only 3.5 miles west of Uptown Sedona and features more convenience, location and amenities within the district. It is a busy and active area if you want to be located closer to downtown but also have access to outdoor venues close by. Here are some of the fantastic resort choices for the West Sedona district.

 

Adobe Grand Villas – Modern Southwestern style adobe and features, the Adobe Grand Villas in West Sedona have spacious rooms and well appointed rooms,  spectacular views and sumptuous breakfast buffets. Extras include baked bread for your rooms along with water and sodas in the fridge. Fantastic service and location in Sedona. Check out current prices and availability here.

A Sunset Chateau – A perfect getaway in a quiet and rural part of West Sedona with beautiful grounds, comfortable accommodations and beautifully decorated and appointed rooms. Easy parking, trails on the property and great customer service make this a very nice stay in the city but outside of all the crowds and noise.  Check out current prices and availability here.

Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa – Situate in a perfect location in West Sedona just off the main road at 89A, Sedona Rouge hotel and spa offers luxury style accommodations at affordable prices. Friendly service and central location in West Sedona make this an affordable choice for being close to the downtown district. Check out current prices and availability here.

 

The Uptown Sedona district Sedona resorts

The Uptown Sedona district and shopping areas

 

 

Uptown Sedona

Ground zero for central location and being in the heart of the scene, Uptown Sedona is a fun walking neighborhood with plenty of choices for food, fun and accommodations. Here are the Sedona resort and hotel choices & availability for the Uptown district.

 

Amara  Resort & Spa – a Kimpton hotel property, the hotel is in the heart of Sedona but still private and quiet. Added amenities include shuttle service, Afternoon wine Happy Hour, fabulous infiniti pool and spa, easy and prompt check in services, this Kimpton hotel delivers comfort, design and excellent services from the front desk and concierge. Check out current prices and availability here.

 

L’Auberge de Sedona – A beautiful location and property in the Uptown Sedona district. This gorgeous and well maintained property and excellent service and staff. This luxury property offers elegant cottages with outdoor showers, Creekside dining,  walking trails, free events and shuttle service. Everything you would want for a comfortable stay in the heart of downtown Sedona. Check out current prices and availability here.

 

Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble Hotel and Creekside Villas – In a great location going towards Uptown Sedona, this hotel is in the older section of Sedona and has been remodeled. Offering hotel or Creekside villa accommodation with full kitchen, washer/dryer and other amenities, great balcony views and breakfast buffets, this is a popular hotel and easy walking in the downtown district.  Check out current prices and availability here.

 

 

Oak Creek Canyon district Sedona resorts

Oak Creek Canyon district with beautiful canyon views and privacy

Oak Creek Canyon area

Just north of Uptown Sedona and skirting the beautiful landscape of Oak Creek Canyon, this area is really private and outside of the city but still within easy commute to the Uptown Sedona area if you are looking for fun activities. There are many fantastic Sedona resort and hotel choices in this district to choose from more rustic and comfortable to more cabin style resorts located along the canyon drive just north of Uptown Sedona.

 

Junipine Resort – Just off 89A north of Sedona and facing a lovely creek, the Junipine resort is a quiet place but within easy driving distance to central Sedona. Spacious and clean rooms with kitchens and fireplaces, along with large patios and creek side views, the resort is serene with woodsy/organic style units for a comfortable stay. Check out current prices and availability here.

 

Forest Houses Resort – more cabins than resort accommodations, this hidden treasure is more of a retreat location with each cabin being a different make and size from small to larger style accommodation needs. Incorporating, wood, stone and decking areas or patios, the cabins are perfect for a more rusty and homey vibe just outside Sedona town. Check out current prices and availability here.

 

 

Didn’t see a property that suited all your needs? Check out these other reviews of hotels, prices and availability on TripAdvisor here  for more details.

 

Central Sedona district and shopping venues

There is so much to see and experience in Sedona, for more inspiration on outdoor fun, activities and what to see, check out these other posts below.

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13 Responses to Sedona resorts

  1. Nisha March 29, 2017 at 1:21 am #

    The man-made structures somehow seem to blend with the background. Oak creek canyon definitely offers quite a view with the far off (rail?) bridge providing the contrast in the natural surroundings.

  2. Francesca @onegrloneworld March 28, 2017 at 9:07 am #

    I almost went to the Grand Canyon with my sister two years ago, but decided to wait and do a little more research before going just incase there was more to explore in Arizona. So glad I did! Sedona has so much to offer. Thanks for all the tips, I’ll keep them in mind.

  3. Indrani March 28, 2017 at 4:27 am #

    That is a helpful list of places to stay in Sedona. The sights around are scenic and captivating!
    Waking up to these sights will be satisfying for sure.

    • Noel March 28, 2017 at 8:49 am #

      It really is an amazing place filled with energy and wonderful landscapes

  4. Megan Jerrard March 28, 2017 at 2:44 am #

    We love Sedona – we were lucky enough to be living in Phoenix for a year a little while back, so took many day trips and made our way back home. But now that we’re based in Aus, we’ll need to start researching resorts for trips to the States. Love Sedona and hope to return soon 🙂 Thanks for the overview!

    • Noel March 28, 2017 at 3:18 am #

      So many great places to do road trips from Phoenix and Sedona is quite an easy road trip

  5. Cat March 27, 2017 at 7:46 am #

    A great list of accommodations in Sedona! I usually like to stay close to downtown so Updown will definitely appeal to me!

  6. Elena (@TravelingBytes) March 26, 2017 at 10:59 pm #

    So many choices! It could be tough to make a final decision ;). To the certain extent, I feel lucky been on the opposite side of the world: too far to be tempted by your pictures and instantly book a trip to Sedona. Speaking of pictures, the last one caught my attention. Recently, I was doing research about Peranakan tiles (ceramic tiles that adorn Singaporean and Malaysian old buildings). The tiles on your photo look strikingly similar to those.

  7. Samantha Sparrow March 26, 2017 at 7:14 pm #

    Such a helpful guide to Sedona – I haven’t visited yet but I would use it if I ever got there. Having looked at the hotels, I think I like the look of Amara Resort & Spa – realxing but in the heart of the adventure! Your pictures are just incredible. What a beautful part of the world

    • Noel March 26, 2017 at 7:34 pm #

      There are so many choices of accommodations to fit any price range or need in Sedona.

  8. Jenna March 24, 2017 at 9:54 pm #

    Great suggestions on where to stay! We love Sedona and have been a couple of times–we stayed in both of the Best Westerns in town but it would be great to check out some of the other properties sometime, too! This makes me want to head back again soon!

  9. Mindi Hirsch March 24, 2017 at 8:52 pm #

    I stayed in the cutest B&B in Sedona years ago but can’t remember the name of it for the life of me. I guess that means I need to check out one of your recommendations the next time I visit.

  10. Gokul Raj March 24, 2017 at 7:38 pm #

    Awesome….great landscape. You have given a great brief overview of the resorts available in the area.

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