Sedona consists of three major parts: Uptown Sedona, Western Sedona and Oak Creek Village. Although technically not part of Sedona itself, Oak Creek Village is very important part of Sedona community. Regardless of where you stay, you are almost guaranteed a spectacular view of red rocks surrounding the city.
Most resorts are located on the banks of Oak Creek, some deep in small canyons. These are perfect for those tired of city lights. Built on cliffs overlooking Oak Creek, with amazing views, they are perfect for people looking for a break from urban lifestyle. They offer classic spa amenities like massages, various baths and facial treatments. After a day out in Red Rock Country, these can be most welcomed, whether you spent it hiking or on a golf terrain and provide interesting contrast to the surrounding wilderness.
As in all luxury resorts, staff will cater to your every whim, making you feel like royalty. They can be on the pricey side, but if you can’t imagine vacation without your best luggage or milk and honey baths, you’ve come to the right place. Some of the more popular choices are L'Auberge de Sedona, Amari Resort and Spa and Sedona Rogue Resort and Spa.
Bed and breakfast is the most popular lodging option in Sedona. Whether you don’t need full spa amenities to enjoy your vacation or are just passing through Sedona, it’s almost guaranteed that you’ll find something to suit both your needs and your pocket. With incredible range of architectural styles, from Pueblo to modern, Sedona’s bed and breakfast establishments cater to almost everyone’s taste. Romantic getaway, with candle light diners, western ranch style inns serving traditional breakfast or French country inns, the choice is yours.
Due to its popularity, lodging in Sedona can get a bit pricey. If you are looking for budget rooms, your best bet would be one of several motels around the town. These are ideal for people who don’t plan on spending their vacation indoors and can wait to get out and start hiking or fishing. Most of the motels are recently built and are very comfortable and they offer you the possibility to fully enjoy everything Red Rock Country has to offer without breaking the bank. Two of the most visited motels are Sedona Super 8 and Wild Flower Inn.
Opportunities for camping and picnicking, with popular campground locations such as in Oak Creek Canyon.
A guide on where to find trout, catfish, carp and bass in streams and rivers of Red Rock Country. Start your fly fishing adventure here.
An overview of nature viewing opportunities, including plants, wildlife and bird watching, where to see them and what to expect.