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Saad Suites        
390 Jordan Road

Saad Suites is located in Sedona and features free Wi-Fi.There are 8 rooms at the inn, each offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.Flagstaff Pulliam Airport is less than a 40-minute drive from Saad Suites.
Kings Ransom Sedona Hotel Star Rating 3        
771 Highway 179

The Kings Ransom Sedona Hotel is situated in the heart of Red Rock Country magnificence! From this charming boutique hotel, you may stroll to Sedona's best art galleries, unique shops and the acclaimed Spanish style art village, Tlaquepaque. Or you can walk out our back door to hike the amazing scenic Cococino National Forest. Then return and relax in our courtyard with its impressive sparkling pool, waterfall, and oversized spa.
Oak Creek Terrace Resort Star Rating 1        
4548 N. Hwy 89A

An 8-minute drive from Downtown, this low-key hotel on the creek in Oak Creek Canyon is a 2-minute walk from Slide Rock State Park.The basic rooms, suites and A-frame cabins have casual decor and include fridges, microwaves, TVs with premium cable and free Wi-Fi. Some have fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, private decks with gas BBQs and kitchenettes.
Southwest Inn at Sedona Star Rating 3        
3250 West Hwy 89A

Overlooking the Boynton Canyon, off State Route 89A, this casual, adobe-style hotel is a 4-mile drive from both downtown Sedona and Seven Canyons Golf Club.Standard rooms and suites with pine furnishings have minifridges, coffeemakers, gas fireplaces and free WiFi, as well as 32-inch flat-screen TVs with premium cable channels. All also have balconies or patios; some have whirlpool tubs.
Days Inn Sedona Star Rating 2        
2991 W Highway 89a

Off Highway 89A, this straightforward hotel is 3.8 miles from the Sedona Heritage Museum and 5.2 miles from Red Rock State Park.
Desert Quail Inn Star Rating 2        
6626 Hwy 179

Across the street from the Oak Creek Factory Outlets mall, this straightforward hotel is 2 miles from the Red Rock State Park Visitor Center.Accessed via exterior corridors, the traditionally furnished rooms have flat-screen TVs and complimentary Wi-Fi, plus minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers Suites add pull-out sofas, fireplaces and/or in-room whirlpool tubs.Amenities include free parking, and an outdoor pool surrounded by sunloungers.
Sedona Real Inn and Suites Star Rating 3        
95 Arroyo Pinon Drive

Set off State Route 89A, this family-owned adobe-style hotel is a 9-minute drive from the Sedona Airport and 4 miles from Seven Canyons.Warmly decorated rooms and suites have flat-screen TVs, DVD players, microwaves, minifridges and free Wi-Fi. Suites include living rooms and fireplaces; some have private patios and/or whirlpool tubs.
Wildflower Inn Star Rating 3        
6086 Highway 179

Set on Highway 179 and 1.8 miles from golfing at Oakcreek Country Club, this casual, low-rise budget hotel is 14.6 miles from the mountains at Red Rock State Park.
Cedars Resort Star Rating 2        
20 West Hwy. 89A

Set on a cliff overlooking Oak Creek Canyon, this relaxed hotel is less than a mile from downtown Sedona and 5 miles from Cathedral Rock.Casual rooms feature flat-screen TVs, minifridges and free Wi-Fi. Some rooms have balconies with views of the canyon.
Arroyo Pinion Sedona Hotel LLC Star Rating 4        
3119 Highway 89A

Located on Highway 89A, this modern hotel with views of famous Sedona rock formations is 4 miles from the Sedona Heritage Museum and 4.2 miles from golfing at Seven Canyons Club.The contemporary rooms feature free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers with Starbucks coffee.
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At the heart of some of the most magnificent natural landscapes in the world is one of America's true treasures. The city and its surroundings have become a popular destination for travelers looking to get away from the big city lights and get back to nature. It's estimated that some 2.5 million visitors head to the region every year. Sedona has a small airport - "America's Most Scenic Airport" for those that didn't know - that welcomes private and charter flights, so if you've got your own plane you can land at the heart of the action. The rest of us have to make due with Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) or McCarran International Airport (LAS) in Las Vegas. Flanked by some of the world's most epic scenery, the drive from either isn't exactly a chore though.

The region, famous for its rusted red rocks, houses a wide range of state and national parks and other natural features. Popular destinations include Red Rock State Park, Slide Rock State Park, Sycamore Canyon, Pak Creek Canyon and Honanki Heritage Site. The latter is of historical significance thanks to its cliff dwellings. Visitors will find a wide range of trails and tracks within these parks, offering the opportunity to get out there and explore. How you choose to explore depends on how you're feeling. Jeep, Hummer and other off-road tours prove popular, with the option to take a guided or self-guided tour. Hiking and mountain biking trails make it easy to see the desert formations, as well as its flora and fauna, close up.

Horseback riding is also a pleasant way to spend an afternoon. For visitors with a sense of adventure, hot air balloon tours offer the best views you're likely to see in the region. Hot air balloons are also perfect for seeing the renowned Grand Canyon, tours of which operate regularly from Sedona. Tourists wishing to drive to the canyon will need to "endure" a two-hour drive each way. For a truly resplendent experience, head out into the desert after dark for a spot of stargazing. There really is nothing quite like it.

As well as its stunning landscapes, Serona offers a number of typical tourist pursuits. Golfers will find several courses to enjoy, all with a gorgeous backdrop. Spa resorts offer the chance to unwind in style and take some years off in the process. Believe it or not, there's even a chance to take a winery tour in the desert. Sip on the local vintage while blue skies and red rocks dominate the view. Visitors looking for something out of the ordinary might want to take in a UFO tour.

The deserts of Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada have long been associated with sightings. Maybe you'll get to witness the unexplained yourself. Sedona lies at the forefront of the New Age movement and welcomes travelers from across the globe seeking personal enlightenment and spiritual healing. A number of New Age resorts in the region offer everything from meditation and spiritual counseling to massage and self-improvement seminars. Summer in the desert can get hot, really hot. Most people choose to avoid the scorching sun and opt for a March-May or September-December visit. Tourists looking to grab a bargain on their hotel/resort should look into traveling in January and the early part of February.