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Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Sedona, with garden
4.7
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Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$286per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Sedona, with garden, with pets
4.8
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$196per night
Resort for 4 people in Sedona
4.4
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Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$92per night
Bed and breakfast for 4 people in Sedona, with jacuzzi and garden
1 bedrooms, 4 pers.
4.7
190 reviews
Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$244per night
Apartmenthotel for 2 people in Sedona, with jacuzzi and terrace
2 pers.
4.6
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Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$124per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Sedona, with sauna and garden, with pets
4.3
12 reviews
Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$230per night
Apartment for 8 people in Sedona, with jacuzzi and pool as well as sauna and balcony
4.5
81 reviews
Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$201per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Sedona, with garden
2 pers.
4.7
52 reviews
Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$260per night
Apartmenthotel for 2 people in Sedona, with jacuzzi and sauna as well as garden
4.5
115 reviews
Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$191per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Sedona, with garden
2 pers.
4.8
34 reviews
Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$260per night
Hotel for 2 people in Sedona, with balcony/terrace
1 bedrooms, 2 pers.
4.8
20 reviews
Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$136per night
Hotel for 2 people in Sedona
4.2
71 reviews
Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$125per night
Pension for 3 people in Sedona, with balcony/terrace
1 bedrooms, 3 pers.
5.0
15 reviews
Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$82per night
Pension for 3 people in Sedona, with jacuzzi and garden
1 bedrooms, 3 pers.
5.0
20 reviews
Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$256per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Sedona, with jacuzzi and garden
2 pers.
4.2
211 reviews
Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$144per night
Guesthouse for 2 people in Oak Creek Canyon, with jacuzzi and garden
5.0
36 reviews
Oak Creek Canyon
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$799per night
Bed and breakfast for 2 people in Oak Creek Canyon, with jacuzzi and garden
5.0
26 reviews
Oak Creek Canyon
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$284per night
Cave for 1 people in Sedona
1 pers.
5.0
38 reviews
Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon
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$178per night
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Highlights in Sedona

  • Splashing around at Slide Rock
  • Seeing the Chapel of the Holy Rock
  • Visiting the Grand Canyon
  • Great golf courses like Seven Canyons
  • Chamber music concerts in a stunning setting
  • Hiking in Red Rock State Park

Most popular in Sedona

Internet 235
Balcony/Terrace 204
TV 230
Air conditioning 234
Garden 95
Parking 229
Washing machine 210
Jacuzzi 95
Heating 227

Vacation Rentals in Sedona

Find a Ranch House Vacation Rental in Sedona

If you want to explore the desert of northern Arizona, Sedona makes a great base, and there's plenty of accommodation to choose from. For instance, if you have a large party, you could pick a spacious ranch-style vacation rental. Often located in the outskirts of town, these roomy properties tend to have pools and hot tubs, games rooms, numerous bathrooms, and much more.

Rent a More Compact Property in the Sedona Area

Of course, you don't need to spend extra for space you don't need. There are also many smaller properties in Sedona to choose from. You could stay in a standalone cabin at one of the area's resort complexes, pick an apartment in town, or one that overlooks a local golf course, making it easy to head out onto the links in the morning.

Holiday in Sedona

Orientation

A Gorgeous Desert Destination

Sedona is one of the gems of the American West. Located in northern Arizona, this small town is home to plenty of family attractions, festivals, markets, and golf courses. But the real appeal lies outside town in the beautiful red rock desert landscape. With a mellow climate to back everything up, it's no wonder that Sedona is always popular.

How to Travel Around During Your Stay in Sedona

Sedona is best explored with a vehicle of your own. Public transport isn't non-existent, but it doesn't cover many of the natural highlights of the region. With large distances between them (and the Grand Canyon a bit further away, too) it makes sense to rent a car or drive to the city yourself.

How to Get to Sedona

Sedona is easily accessible via I-17, which runs north from Phoenix, or via I-40, which runs across Arizona. A few airlines serve nearby Flagstaff Airport, but most people arrive at Phoenix Sky Harbor airport, and rent an automobile there.

Activities in Sedona

A Wonderful Outdoor Destination

The landscape is the star of the show in Sedona, whether you hike in Red Rock State Park or Oak Creek Canyon, not to mention the Grand Canyon, a short drive to the north.

An Excellent Art and Architecture Destination

Sedona has some incredible man-made sights as well, including the famous Chapel of the Holy Cross, which is cut into a sandstone butte. There's also a lively art scene focused around State Route 179.

A Great Place for Golfers

Arizona's sunshine ensures that Sedona's links are almost always accessible, and there are some jewels to discover, including Seven Canyons, Oak Creek, and the Sedona Golf Resort.

Sedona remained a sleepy western town until the 1940s and 50s, when it became a popular shooting location for Hollywood westerns, which showed off the beauty of its rock formations to the rest of the USA.

Top 5 Things to Do in Sedona

1. See the Chapel of the Holy Cross

One of the most jaw-dropping buildings in America, the Chapel of the Holy Cross is a unique fusion of sandstone and concrete, soaring into the desert skies above Coconino National Forest.

2. Make a Trip to the Grand Canyon

The world's most famous canyon is only a couple of hours north of Sedona, and if you're in the area, the vistas are simply unmissable.

3. Splash Around at Slide Rock

Dubbed "Mother Nature's water slide", Slide Rock is one of the best places for families to cool off. This long, gently inclined rock ends in a deep pool, where you can slide and swim to your heart's content.

4. Hike in Red Rock State Park

Definitely among America's most beautiful State Parks, Red Rock is paradise for hikers. The highlight is Cathedral Rock, a gorgeous rock formation which is pretty much impossible to avoid.

5. Take the Sedona Art Walk

There's no better way to explore Sedona's thriving art scene. Scheduled for the first Friday of every month, it encompasses special gallery shows, workshops from craft experts, and markets crammed with souvenir ideas.

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Enjoy One of America's Most Pleasant Climates

One of the best things about Sedona is the weather. Although you might think that a town in northern Arizona would be scorching hot, that's rarely the case. Because of Sedona's elevation, the summers are hot, but not too hot, and the winters are very moderate. So it's a year-round destination from a weather perspective.

A Thriving Cultural Scene

However, it might be worth timing your visit to Sedona to coincide with an event that you want to attend. Sedona has no shortage of cultural attractions, including Chamber Music Sedona (which runs throughout the spring) and the Sedona Film Festival (in late February and early March). The Wine Fest in September is also a major local draw.

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