Adobe Hacienda Bed & Breakfast
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Historical Traveler Reviews Adobe Hacienda Bed & Breakfast Sedona
Worst hotel in the world !!!! Never stay here!!!!
No hospitality. do not ever think about staying there!!!! They have the worst possible reservation policy we have ever heard of. If they cannot refill the cancellation you made within ten days in advance, you will be charge in full.
I tried to stay there but could not go due to the wild fire. I tried to cancel ten days in advance of the schedule, but they refused to cancel the reservation. In addition, they abused my credit card number and charged me three times the amount of my stay. They did not even apologize for their mistake and i still have not got my money back for my cancellation. It is more than $600. This is a true story do not ever even try to stay there!!!
This guest cancelled 4 days prior to her arrival falling inside the 10 day cancellation period. The fire was not in our area but 10 miles away from the inn and had not started 10 days prior to arrival date. The guest made the reservation online and agreed to the policies wriiten on the reservation request.
We understood all the media attention gave cause for concern, so we gave this guest an opportunity to stay any time up until August 24th. A mistake was made in charging her card $130 twice which was refunded as soon as she pointed this out to us.
This guest has never stayed at the inn.
Pauline Staub Innkeeper/owner
Quiet and Beautiful
We spent two nights at the Adobe Hacienda, and we loved every minute of it. Pauline is a fabulous hostess, and she's thought of everything to make her guests comfortable. The breakfasts were excellent, the rooms were clean, comfortable and beautifully decorated, and the views were marvelous. We loved the Baja Room. We had a whirlpool tub and separate shower, and there was a mini-fridge with water and sodas in our closet. The location, outside downtown Sedona, meant that we were away from congestion and noise. We'd definitely return to this little corner of paradise!
A Fabulous Place To Stay
Staying at the Adobe Hacienda was a wonderful experience. From making the reservation to the last goodbye, everything was perfect in this warm and friendly inn. Where each spacious suite has a Southwestern decor theme, my wife and I stayed in the "Dream Catcher" suite. The beautiful hand carved headboard and "dream catcher" hangings gave the room a special spirituality. The breakfast was delicious and in generous portions, so don't miss one of the best parts of your day. Using their knowledge of the area, our hosts were eager to help us plan our days of fun.. The inn was not only easy to locate, but convenient to all the sights and activities in the area. Sedona is a beautiful place to see and because of the owners, Pauline and Brad Staub, Adobe Hacienda is a fabulous place to stay.
We stayed at the Adobe Hacienda last week, first in the Baja room and then in the Anasazi room. Everything is exactly as they say on their website, except that the pictures do not even do it justice! I think it is hard to capture the feel of the place in a flat photo. Both rooms were really perfect and it was a treat to be able to experience them both!
The Baja has a great view and the wonderful jacuzzi tub and the Anasazi is a bigger room with a bigger bed and more private, on the frount side, all by itself. One afternoon we noticed that the tree right outside the Anasazi room was full of hummingbirds! Both rooms have a wall of big windows which added so much to our enjoyment of the room!
Breakfast on the patio with the fountain and overlooking the beautiful golf couse (which is close enough to reach out and touch!) and the redrocks was heavenly. The menu for each day is in the room. I can't remember everything we had (and I was ill one morning and a tray was brought to my room!) but some things I remember....raspberry (?) smoothie with whipped cream, fruit (kiwis, pears (?) coated with something yummy, melons), corn tortillas, huevos rancheros...everything was wonderful and filling. It was always such a peaceful, lovely way to start the day!
Pauline and her assistant, Basilla (spelling?) were both so warm and nice and went out of their way to make us feel extremely comfortable and welcomed. We were a little leary, picking this place off the internet from so far away, but we could not have picked a better place! It was such a nice experience, everything was perfect and we would not hesitate to recommend it!
I have never stayed in a bed & breakfast but I wanted something different for our 2 day get-away to celebrate my wife's birthday. After much internet research, I settled on Adobe Hacienda. It turned out to be the perfect choice- the pesonalized hospitality of a quality bed & breakfast with the privacy of a hotel. Our room(the Baja)was meticulously clean and creatively decorated. There were even two very nice wine glasses and a cockscrew to accomodate our bottle of cheer! The place was peaceful and romantic with fantastic red rock views visible directly from our room. The owners are gracious without being obtrusive. Since the location is a few miles outside of town, staying here avoids the bustle, traffic and touristy commotion found in the center of town. And, of course, the breakfast was outstanding. Absolutely no negatives- highly recommended.
Thank you Pauline and Brad for our outstanding week stay with you at Adobe Hacienda. You were wonderful hosts, not only for your helpful advice on restaurants and Sedona sights, but those fancy and tasty breakfasts. I especilly liked using the jet tub after my rounds of golf. The Baja Room was perfect for Marianne and me. The Red Rock views from our room will stay with us for a long time. The Inn was just like the phptos on your web site, which is why we chose to stay with you. We look forward to returning.
Dick & Marianne Seay, Laguna Beach, CA
Great Bed and Breakfast
Great B & B just outside of town. Freindly staff and owners. Breakfast was very good. Coffee was outstanding!! The owners are also very accomodating. We highly recommend this place if you are looking for a quiet b & B.
An excellent choice
We were impressed with every aspect of our stay at the Adobe Hacienda. We were looking for a true hacienda experience in keeping with the area culture & were very pleased with our choice. The location was good & our room was spacious, clean & wonderfully decorated with area artifacts. Breakfast was excellent with just the right portion sizes.
The new owners, Brad & Pauline, were excellent at making all the guests feel welcome & were very interesting people. Our stay was one of the highlights of our trip & we would highly recommend this inn !!
A great experience
My wife and I had the good fortune of staying at the Adobe Hacienda for our anniversary. The Inn was warm and friendly. The innkeepers, Brad and Pauline were always ready to help make our stay fun and enjoyable. We especially enjoyed Pauline's charming British accent. The breakfasts were great and the Native American music was a nice touch. We had a wonderful stay and plan to return again soon. Sedona and Adobe Hacienda are at the top of our list!
Peaceful retreat from uptown Sedona hustle & bustle
I recently had the pleasure of staying at the Adobe Hacienda Bed & Breakfast in Sedona and was delighted with the peaceful atmosphere and wonderful views of red rocks. The rooms are well located, very clean and delightfully decorated, and it was so pleasant to be able to step out onto the patio from my room. Breakfast on the patio, with redrock view, was very pleasant and varies each day, all very fresh and cooked perfectly.
I am glad that I chose this location and did not go, as I had originally intended, to the center of town. It was centrally located for all of our trips and the new innkeepers are friendly and caring and have had vast experience as former innkeepers. I will certainly return in the future.
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