A Place to Stay for Everyone
So by now you’re probably wanting to spend some time in Sedona (and really, who wouldn’t?), but perhaps you’re worried about the dent it could leave in your wallet. Or maybe you’ve been saving that vacation fund for a long time now and are looking for a place to really treat yourself. Rest assured that there are plenty of places to stay in Sedona no matter what price range you’re looking for. Let’s check out a few places starting with affordable, and working out way to the top.
Affordable Living at Wyndham Sedona
A stay at Wyndham Sedona gets you your own private condo complete with full kitchen and separate living and sleeping areas, access to the outdoor pool and hot tub (open 24 hours), as well as the workout room, game room, and sauna. Compared to some of the other places on this list it may not seem like much, but sometimes simple is the way to go. Located in the heart of Sedona, you’re never more than a short drive away from any plans you’ve made for the day. Not to mention that all of these perks definitely come at a bargain, often costing less than $200 a night.
Strike a Balance with Sedona Springs Resort
Taking a step up the ladder, we have Sedona Springs Resort. Once again you’ll get your own condo with many of the same amenities, but also including barbeque pits, either a balcony or patio in every unit, a heated indoor pool, children’s playground, and even a fireplace and jacuzzi tub in select units. There’s even a small putting green to practice your golf skills. Sedona Springs is also located in the center of town, right in the middle of anywhere you could want to be. At the end of a long day of excitement (and great food), it’s a great place to come home to for the night.
The Lap of Luxury at L’Auberge de Sedona
Now we start getting into some of the true luxury spots Sedona has to offer. Chief among these is L’Auberge de Sedona Resort & Spa. Their L’Apothecary Spa is an entire experience in itself, which I wrote about in my previous post. In addition to the resort and spa, this resort also includes a total of not one, not two, but three acclaimed restaurants on the premises. Also on offer are music, meditation, trail running, and much much more. Even considering all the other things to do around Sedona, L’auberge is truly a destination on it’s own. You may even have a hard time convincing yourself to leave.
See More of the Best Resorts in Sedona
And that’s only three of your options for lodging in Sedona. Naturally you’ll also be able to find plenty of local bed and breakfasts, as well as more standard hotels to stay in if resorts aren’t really your thing. If the resorts have piqued your curiosity however, don’t forget that we have a bunch more listed on the main site for you to check out. Given that there’s no shortage of options, it’s not so much a matter of finding a place to stay as it is finding the right place to get the most out of your budget.