Boutique Hotels of Scenic Sedona

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There’s something magical about Sedona, and it’s not all the New Age crystals and vortexes you’ll find there.  No, it’s something about the scenery, the views, and those amazing Red Rocks. You know I love Sedona, as I’ve been there twice in the past six months. Located only 90 minutes from Phoenix and about 2 1/2 hours from the Grand Canyon, one trip to Sedona is never really enough. For your next trip to Sedona, consider staying at a boutique hotel like one of these below.

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L’Auberge de Sedona

For a real treat, consider one of the 61 luxury cottages or maybe one of the 26 rooms in the lodge at L’Auberge de Sedona. For a high-end feel that oozes luxury, L’Auberge de Sedona surrounds you with the beauty of Sedona with unrivaled vistas that don’t compare to anything else in the world. Don’t leave Sedona without a visit to one of the restaurants at L’Auberge de Sedona. Did you know that they were “One of the Top Ten Restaurants in the Southwest” by Condé Nast Traveler?

Los Abrigados Resort and Spa

If you’re looking to dive head first into nature, then you might want to choose a hotel like Los Abrigados Resort and Spa, located on 22 acres of land in Sedona. Whether you choose to go horseback riding, hiking, biking, or running, at the end of the day you’ll be glad to unwind by the pool or in your comfortable room at Los Abrigados.

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Poco Diablo Resort

For a stay where you want everything all in one place, then a visit to Poco Diablo Resort might be in the cards for you. Poco Diablo Resort has 137 rooms as well as a pool, hot tub, spa, fitness center, two-wheel Road Cruiser, tennis courts, and an eight-hole golf course.  But, be careful as you might never want to return home again.

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The Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort

For those who love golf, this resort is a must for you. Adjacent to an 18-hole golf course, the Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort was the resort I stayed at on my first trip to Sedona. Each spacious room comes with a kitchenette that includes a small stove, refrigerator, microwave, and everything you need to enjoy a meal in your room if you choose. Great for couples or families who like to have access to food or beverages close by while also enjoying the many amenities that the resort has to offer like the pool, Jacuzzis, steam saunas, or the fitness center.

Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa

The newly expanded Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa allows guests to choose from 103 guest rooms, four junior suites, or five spa guest rooms for their next stay in Sedona. Amenities include a full-service spa on site, daily yoga, REDS Restaurant and Bar, a heated swimming pool and Jacuzzi, a Rooftop Terrace for viewing those beautiful Red Rocks of Sedona, and so much more.

If adventure is what you need, then you definitely need to visit Sedona soon. If relaxation and a zen-like atmosphere is what you crave, Sedona is that, too. Sedona is all that and more, so don’t hesitate to book your next trip to Sedona.