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Relaxing Boutique Hotels in Sedona, Arizona

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Sedona, Arizona is a paradise for anyone looking for scenic landscapes, natural surroundings, and even a vibrant art community. Set in the desert, as the sun rises and sets throughout the day, the geological setting seems to change every so often like a live painting. Noted as one of the most beautiful places in America by USA Weekend, this is the place to rejuvenate and relax.

Sedona, Arizona
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Amara Resort and Spa, a Kimpton Hotel

Depending on the room, prices at the Amara Resort and Spa vary from $260 to $325, not including their daily resort fee of $22. For that price, you’ll be sure to relax within your room with pillow-top mattresses, soft bath robes, and views of Oak Creek. The staff will make sure you’re pampered throughout your stay as you go for a swim in the hotel’s salt water infinity pool, a soak in the hot tub, or a meal at the on-site restaurant, SaltRock. If anything, the free wine served in the evening will be sure to soothe you.

Baby Quail Inn

At only $105 a night, Baby Quail Inn offers one of the cheapest rooms in Sedona, which will help you focus more on enjoying yourself than worrying about the cost of your trip. This small and cozy hotel provides a refrigerator, coffee and tea maker, and microwave to make quick in-room snacking easy and hassle free. But don’t worry so much about planning meals in the room because there’s free continental breakfast every day. To soak any troubles away, there’s an outdoor hot tub, and plenty of tour and ticket help from the concierge. After the day is done, sit in the communal area to quietly watch the sunset paint hues of orange and reds over the landscape.

Bell Rock Inn by Diamond Resorts

At $100-166 a night, Bell Rock Inn feels more expensive than it is with its large rooms, comfort all around, and of course, quality staff. Each room has a kitchenette so you can have a snack at your own convenience easily while the hotel features on-site laundry facilities to use. With two outdoor heated pools and an outdoor heated Jacuzzi, getting some fresh air is easy to do. After a swim or soak in the Jacuzzi, you can get active by hiking at the Bell Rock Vista and Pathway, only a quick 10-minute walk from the hotel.

Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble

Just steps away from galleries, shops, and best of all, nature trails, Best Western Plus is the hotel to stay at if you want private frontage on Oak Creek while staying in the heart of Uptown Sedona. Right nearby are various restaurants with delicious food for any type of budget, but for breakfast, you’ll want to stay on-site with the complimentary breakfast. Choose between a room or a villa to make this stay truly fit for you. Rooms range from $250 to $590 depending on time of year.

Cedars Resort

This resort is one you won’t want to miss with its impeccable views of Oak Creek Canyon. As it overlooks the cliffs, you’ll find serenity and peace in the breathtaking landscape. You can continue your discovery of peace and relaxation at the resort by swimming at the outdoor pool or requesting an in-room massage. For rooms approximately $130, you can request a room at Cedars Resort with a view of the city shops, creek, or canyon.


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