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Casa Bed and Breakfast Inn Sedona Star Rating 4        
55 Hozoni Dr

Within a 14-minute walk of Northern Light Balloon Expeditions, this cozy, romantic B&B is 3.9 miles from the Sedona Heritage Museum and 4.3 miles from golfing at Seven Canyons Club.
Bell Rock Inn Star Rating 3        
6246 State Route 179

With views of surrounding sandstone formations, this relaxed adobe resort hotel is a mile from Canyon Mesa Country Club golf course and 16 miles from Red Rock State Park.Warm rooms and suites with a rustic vibe feature kitchenettes, as well as pull-out sofas, cable TV, DVD players and Wi-Fi access (resort fee). Some have fireplaces and/or balconies.
Sedona Rouge Hotel and Spa Star Rating 4        
2250 West Highway 89A

This upscale, Mediterranean-style hotel is a mile from the Thunder Mountain trailhead, 6 miles from Cathedral Rock Trail and 7 miles from Oak Creek Canyon.Chic rooms with red accents are equipped with Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minifridges, coffeemakers and Turkish linens. Upgraded rooms add rainfall showers, balconies and/or fireplaces.
El Portal Sedona Hotel Star Rating 3        
95 Portal Lane

This upscale, adobe Arts and Crafts hotel is next to the Tlaquepaque Arts and Crafts Village, and an 11-minute walk from Uptown.The individually decorated, rustic-chic rooms feature period furnishings, tile floors and stained-glass accents. All have Wi-Fi, TVs and minifridges, along with cashmere blankets, and Egyptian bed and bath linens.
BEST WESTERN PLUS Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villas Star Rating 3        
400 North Highway 89A

This upscale hotel is 4.2 miles from the Chapel of the Holy Cross and 6.7 miles from Slide Rock State Park.
Best Western Plus Inn of Sedona Star Rating 3        
1200 West Highway 89A

This sleek, adobe-style hotel is 1.5 miles from downtown Sedona and 7.3 miles from Red Rock State Park.
Junipine Resort Star Rating 3.5        
8351 N Highway 89A

This rustic yet modern resort comprising timber villas in the forest is 8 miles from Sedona and 2 miles from Slide Rock State ParkThe private 1- and 2-bedroom villas have forest or creek views and feature contemporary decor. All have Wi-Fi access, TVs, wood-burning fireplaces and full kitchens, as well as secluded redwood decks with privacy walls. Some have hot tubs.
Lodge At Sedona Star Rating 4        
125 Kallof Place

This romantic, Mission-style B&B is 3 miles from the Sedona Heritage Museum and 7 miles from Red Rock State Park.Individually decorated rooms feature private bathrooms and free Wi-Fi, and range in style from traditional to luxurious. Suites add sitting areas, and fireplaces or antique stoves; most have flat-screen TVs, whirlpool tubs and private decks.
Super 8 Sedona Motel Star Rating 2        
2545 West Highway 89A

This modern budget hotel is a 14-minute drive from Slide Rock State Park and a 15-minute drive from Red Rock State Park.All rooms include en suite bathrooms and satellite TVs with HBO. Some rooms have minifridges and microwaves, plus mountain views and hot tubs.
Adobe Grand Villas Star Rating 4        
35 Hozoni Drive

This high-end B&B is 3.3 miles from downtown Sedona and 6 miles from Red Rock State Park.The rustic-luxe private villas vary in decor from Western to pueblo-style to Spanish, and include free Wi-Fi and satellite TV.
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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.