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April 18, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Lodge at Sedona in Sedona, Arizona

Recently named by Condé Nast Traveler as one of the world's most beautiful cities, the red rocks and desert landscape that make up Sedona are truly spectacular. Believed to have spiritual significance, travelers have sought out this Arizona sanctuary for its earthy serenity, unique vistas, and creative energy. On two beautifully manicured acres, Lodge at Sedona is an oasis in a desert. In a beautiful arts and crafts style building, guests of the lodge are pampered and secluded, surrounded by the drama of nature and the comforts of an award-winning inn. Amidst the canyons and landscape formations of the Southwest, find a retreat in Lodge at Sedona.

Due to a vibrant artist colony, Sedona offers hundreds of galleries to explore. Find cuisine from all over the world in sidewalk cafés and five-star restaurants, and boutiques with an eclectic mix of Southwestern style on the bustling main street. Or step outside town into the silence and majesty of the surrounding desert. Hike Cathedral Rock, Broken Arrow and Bell Rock for awe-inspiring views. Back at the lodge, relax and recount your adventures in one of the cozy fireside lounges. Romantic four-poster beds dominate the artfully designed and decorated suites for a sense of true serenity. Step outside onto your private terrace to take in the breathtaking desert views and landscaped gardens. A delectable gourmet breakfast is served daily to prepare you for your desert excursions. In a place known for its dramatic landscape, find tranquility at Lodge at Sedona.

Location of Lodge at Sedona

125 Kallof Place, 86336, Sedona, Arizona

Nearest Airport: SDX

Amenities for Lodge at Sedona

  • General Information
  • 14 Guest Rooms
  • Pet Friendly
  • Only 12+ Years Permitted
  • Dining
  • Dining Room
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • WiFi
  • Complimentary Parking
  • In-Room Spa Services
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • Hair Dryers
  • Televisions
  • Whirlpool Bathtubs
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • En-Suite Bathrooms
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Nearby
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Interests
  • Lodges & Ranches
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Lodge at Sedona

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We booked the Majestic Mountain "bed and breakfast" room. Although the outside grounds are beautiful, the inside carpet and rooms are disgusting. Our room smelled musty with air freshener attempting to cover the odor. The carpet was frayed on the stairs leading to the rooms and the hallways were covered in dark stains. After paying $200 per night, we believe cleanliness should be expected. When we checked out a day early and forfeited a refund, the managers didn't ask why or attempted to care. Sedona is a breathtaking location; avoid this place so it doesn't ruin your trip as it did ours.

Stephanie S - Phoenix, Arizona


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

Very nice room with 2 patios. Cozy fireplace with nice sitting area. King bed and jetted indoor tub for one. Great location for food and shopping. Very happy so far. Only drawback, no views from our decks.

Laura T


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 months ago

We were there during the week, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, in mid-November. Facility is a bed and breakfast and health spa. Not the B & B experience I have enjoyed in the past at other locations. Breakfast was good, but no choices to really speak of. This was my first trip to Sedona for a photo shot of fall foliage. Facility was quiet and peaceful and other guests were open and friendly. We were in the Copper Canyon room, watch out for the mattress, worn out with a ridge down the middle. Other than that the room was very comfortable and well appointed. Bath was a little small for me but I am handicapped. Hard for me to step over the tub to get in the shower. Room and all common areas very clean, including grounds.

Michael K - Las Vegas, Nevada


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 months ago

I rarely post reviews of bad experiences but my stay at the Lodge at Sedona was thoroughly disagreeable. I have subsequently seen another review with a similar example of the room that was booked not being available when guests arrive. I booked three nights (Friday to Monday) at the Lodge at Sedona in November 2016. We had booked the room Stargazer for two nights, which was a more expensive room than many of their rooms. Stargazer was not available on the third night so we booked another room, Meadow Breeze, which costs $10 a night more. We were traveling with relatives who stayed the first night only and had booked a cheaper room, Moon Flower. Our relatives were upgraded to a more expensive room for the one night and we were allocated the cheaper and smaller room, Moon Flower for the three nights. When I pointed out that we did not have the room we booked, I was told that longer stay guests on wellbeing breaks have priority. There was no offer at that stage to reduce the charge for allocating the cheaper room. We had paid in advance. In fact, I was told all rooms are the same and "we never downgrade guests". Eventually, a “discount” was offered to compensate for the cheaper room. The TV in our room (an old cathode ray tube) did not work. I reported the fact to the “Innkeeper” who expressed surprise at that fact. I asked if the TV could be replaced because there was something I had particularly wanted to watch the on Sunday morning. Nothing could be done. On Saturday evening, we had no TV and it was difficult to read in the room because of a serious lack of lighting. I won't go into detail about the plumbing but guests are supplied with a plunger to unblock the W.C. Also, on the Saturday, there was no lighting near the entrance to our room making it very dangerous to tackle the steps in the dark. This was addressed by the time we got back from dinner. Our stay was so disagreeable that I felt that we should check out after the second night and requested a refund for the third night. I have been offered a free night in a select suite to be taken in the next year. For someone who lives in the U.K. and is unlikely ever to visit Sedona again that is worthless. Mistakes can happen in the booking process at any hotel but the attitude of management at the Lodge at Sedona is very unhelpful and seems to adopt a take or leave it approach with guests. My recommendation would be to avoid the place.

Rave54 - Home counties


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 months ago

Beautiful inn - expensive - but the grounds and rooms are beautiful. The experience is lacking. No snacks available - no drinks available - no fruit etc. Breakfast served is apparently designed for those having health problems. We were served gluten free pancakes - no taste - texture like a cracker - ok if you have celiac disease or gluten intolerance - but if served to the travelors there should be other options. I asked for bread - got a tasteless item - i guess also for someone with health issues. I have stayed at many b and b's - the lodge at sedona should just offer rooms and eliminate the breakfast feature. Or consider offering a true breakfast - and having the availability to order fruit - cheese - crackers - beverages etc.

Stuart G


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