Best Places to Stay in Sedona Arizona
Sedona, Arizona and the surrounding red rocks have long been popular with artists, new age seekers, hikers and explorers.
Planning a visit to this beautiful part of Arizona? There are some amazing lodgings in and around Sedona, Arizona. Stay in town to be close to restaurants, art galleries and shops or stay in Oak Creek or away from the town center to have a bit more peace and quiet or avoid traffic.
Some of these amazing lodgings are listed on Airbnb, others are homes, condos, hotels and resorts, or rustic cabins and campsites.
Be sure to sign up through this link for Airbnb to save up to $35 off your first trip.
Best Places to Stay Near Sedona Arizona
Sedona’s Best Casita
Soak in your own private jacuzzi or swim in this shared infinity pool at this luxurious casita in Sedona with stunning views. The casita sleeps up to four people and is perfect for getting some rest and relaxation.
Sunset House West Sedona
This beautiful vacation home in West Sedona has three bedrooms and two baths, perfect for your family or group of friends. It’s convenient to hiking trails and shopping but located out of the hustle and bustle to avoid Sedona’s busy traffic.
Lantern Light Inn
If you’d like to stay in the center of Sedona, the Lantern Light Inn is a great choice. The quiet, adults only property has a lovely garden setting and is close to all the shops, galleries and restaurants of Sedona.
And for a limited time, if you register at Booking.com using this link and then reserve using the link above you can get $20 cash back! It’s a special offer from Booking.com.
Red Rock Views
Enjoy stunning red rock views all around from this beautiful home. Light a cozy fire in the fireplace or practice your piano playing while relaxing indoors, or head outside to the two patio decks.
Bring your Tesla and the whole family to this luxurious house in Sedona. It’s decorated in a chic modern style and while you sleep at night in the comfortable bed you can be charging your car with their high speed Tesla charger.
Cozy Cactus Bed & Breakfast
Enjoy a home cooked breakfast and socialize with other guests at this charming bed and breakfast in Sedona. Walk to Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte for hiking, or just soak up the views from the back patio.
Bell Rock A-Frame
Wow! Check out this view of Bell Rock from the loft bedroom window of this charming A-frame cabin. The cute two-story cabin has everything you need for a comfy stay including a full kitchen and WIFI. Relax and enjoy this lovely escape. You can book through Airbnb here, and be sure to sign up using this link to get up to $35 off your first stay!
River Stone Cabin
Want to really get away from it all? Stay in this small and cozy stone structure along the banks of Oak Creek. You’ll find a bed and a desk, plus a sunny patio for enjoying the natural surroundings. There’s a restroom on the property but it’s a rustic experience. Check it out here and use this link to sign up for Hipcamp to get a $10 discount off your first stay.
Enjoy panoramic views from every room in this luxurious one bedroom carriage house. It’s within walking distance of the Gallery District and a few trailheads, and just a short drive from many more amazing hiking paths. Light a fire in the fireplace, sit out on the deck and enjoy the quiet and spectacular red rocks.
Gorgeous Sedona Cabin
If you’re looking for something rustic but still luxurious, check out this gorgeous West Sedona cabin. The warm wood interior provides a cozy feeling and the surrounding views are amazing! Steps from hiking trails too.
Sweet Sedona Sunshine
Traveling with the whole family? Check out this cozy Sedona home. Three bedrooms and two bathrooms provide space for the whole family – up to 6 people. Located close to shopping and restaurants plus hiking trails, the house is great for experiencing all the area has to offer.
Crescent Moon Cabin
Looking for something really unique? Why not stay in a historic and rustic ranch house near the base of Cathedral Rock. It has three bedrooms and three bathrooms and sleeps up to 10 people. It’s a wonderful place to explore and enjoy peace and quiet. The cabin is operated by the Forest Service and is located in a popular park with a picnic area and hiking trails.
Camping in Sedona
Are you a fan of camping? Would you like to camp amongst the beautiful red rocks of Sedona? Here are a few places to camp in the area. But be warned, winter can bring cold temperatures and snow so bundle up!
Want to rent an RV for your Sedona adventure? Check Outdoorsy for peer-to-peer RV and campervan rentals.
Cave Springs Campground is located in the Coconino National Forest in the Oak Creek Canyon area. You can camp with your RV or tent at this large campground. Check the website for current information.
Pine Flat Campground is also located in the Coconino National Forest and is a very popular and beautiful place to camp among the pine trees. Camp with your RV or in a tent. Visit the website to reserve your campsite and for more information.
Manzanita Campground is in Oak Creek Canyon with easy access off highway 89A. Currently in fall and winter RVs are not allowed – tents and small vans only. Visit the Coconino National Forest website for more info.
Check Hipcamp for more rustic lodging and unique camping locations near Sedona.
You can also find free camping on public lands near Sedona. The most popular dispersed camping area is West of Sedona along Forest Road 525 and 525C.
Check Campendium for reviews and more information about specific camping locations.
Things To Do in Sedona
Once you’ve booked your lodgings, now you can focus on planning the fun things you will do during your stay. If you love outdoor adventure you’ve come to the right place. Sedona has tons of hiking trails for both beginner and intense hikers. Something for everyone! Here are some favorites:
- Fay Canyon: an easy scenic 2.5 mile RT hike on soft dirt paths surrounded by rock formations above the trees.
- Bell Rock: get beautiful views from this short but steep hike midway up Bell Rock.
- Soldier’s Pass: a popular trail that leads you across a variety of landscapes through a beautiful canyon and up onto a mesa.
- Devil’s Bridge: walk on top of a red rock natural bridge at the end of this short hike.
- Sugarloaf Summit: a short hike with a steep climb that gives amazing views of some of Sedona’s famous rock formations including Coffeepot Rock.
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