Las Posadas of Sedona
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Historical Traveler Reviews Las Posadas of Sedona
We stayed for only one night because we wanted to enjoy the Christmas lights at Red Rock Fantasy but needed a short get-a-way from the hustle & bustle of holiday stress. What a wonderful place!! We got a room with a jacuzzi & loved it. The room was very romantic with the big, comfy bed and warm fire! The breakfast in the morning hit the spot! The place is pretty new (March 2006) & just precious. I only wish we could have stayed another day - especially because it was beginning to snow as we were heading out. I had never heard of it before and there are so many cute places in Sedona for B&B. Just got the info off of their website & compared it to others and used THIS website...and it was a great decision! Thanks for a wonderful night!!
A Great Place To Stay In Sedona
We were in Sedona over Thanksgiving and were lucky enought to stay at Las Posadas. In short, we cannot recommend this place highly enough. The villa we stayed in had a great fireplace, a very spacious sleeping area, a stocked refigerator, a large bathroom and two televisions. Each day the staff placed an appetizer and freshly baked cookies in our room which were delicious. The breakfasts were simply to die for and a great way to start the day, the food was always fresh and very tasty. Las Posadas is conveniently located to all major activities in Sedona and we would highly recommend staying here.
Our perfect Sedona getaway...
Las Posadas of Sedona is a high end inn with luxurious amenities and friendly, professional service. Our two room suite was dramatic and beautiful with high ceilings, see - through fireplace between the living room and bedroom, kitchenette, upscale bath with jacuzzi, two TV's and two terraces (one with our own private hot tub).
The staff is exceptional and helpful in every way. We enjoyed the gourmet breakfasts every morning and looked forward to the afternoon cookies and then, later, an evening appetizer to enjoy with our bottle of wine.
In every way, the staff was extremely helpful.Thank you, Laurie, for surprising me with the scone recipe - what a sweet thing to do! The front desk manager, Jeff, answered our many questions with a positive, upbeat attitude and Carlos, the general manager, was very present to make sure that all ran smoothly at Las Posadas. He arranged to leave a breakfast for us in our refrigerator when we needed to leave at an early hour for the Phoenix airport. The staff takes so much pride in the running of this inn and their caring really shows.
Las Posadas is about 10 minutes or so to downtown Sedona. This suited us just perfectly. The downtown area is very crowed and more touristy so we enjoyed the more quiet setting and still felt that we had easy access to the downtown area and other attractions. After searching many websites for accomodations ( I like to do a lot of research) and then further checking out the locations of other inns when we were in Sedona, I am sure that we made the right choice for our Thanksgiving vacation.
JW, New Canaan, Ct
Excellent service & tasteful accommodations!
Minutes after the grand, otherworldly red rocks of Sedona come into full view on your drive north on 179, you will hit the first of three traffic lights in the Village of Oak Creek (about 4 miles south of the hustle-bustle of Sedona). The resort immediately on your right at this light is Las Posadas.
Carlos, the manager, and Jeff, the front desk manager, could not be more hospitable. They go above and beyond in every way - ensuring delicious breakfasts in the morning, leaving welcome snacks in the rooms in the evening, making good conversation but never forcing themselves on you. Las Posadas is a bed and breakfast in its intimacy (when desired), though feels like a high end resort in its creature comforts.
Our accommodation was an ample two room suite with a clean, well functioning hot tub on the deck. Zero traffic noise. Both televisions were flat screen. The small kitchen has a good sized refrigerator and microwave for those midnight urges. Bifurcating the room, a gas fireplace offers both heat & romantic light to both rooms, with none of the hassle of a wood burning fireplace. The bed is very comfie, the bathroom is huge and appointed with contemporary fixtures and tiles.
Across the street is an excellent gym at the Hilton (for which you can get $15 guest passes.) There is a fine wine store, and when you want to let your hair down, the blue moon cafe offers live music and a laid back atmosphere (we enjoyed Janis Joplin Junior). A couple of minutes up the road is the vortex of Bell Rock, which you will want to visit either late or early in the day, to avoid your fellow worshippers.
After investigating other sites, we felt that Las Posadas offered excellent value. And we received it. (Thank you, Carlos and Jeff!)
WD of Westport CT
Great place even with 6 and 2 yr old.
Great place. Loved the rooms. Breakfast (3 course breakfast) was great and they cooked scramble eggs every a.m. for our two young children.
Free water and hour d'oeuvres in room. Nice touch.
Very nice bathroom.
I saw on their website 3rd night free which we got.
8 mile drive into Sedona-6 miles to I-17.
Nice help at front desk.
Had insanely fun trip on Pink Jeep tours-Broken Arrow trip. Worth every single $$. Would do it again tomorrow.
Overpriced in Sedona
If you're looking for an average place with very overpriced rooms, than Las Posadas is for you! The breakfast was adequate at best and the prices were ridiculous! They charged us quite a bit more than their advertised rates and then were quite rude about it (and did nothing at all to compensate us) when we brought it to their attention.
What you are not telling the Trip Advisor readers, is that you enjoyed your entire stay and never once complained about any of our accomodations and/or services.
You also had our scrumptious 3 course gourmet breakfast every morning without any complaint. We bend over backwards to insure that are guests are satisfied with Las Posadas's staff and services.
If breakfast was not to your satisfaction the first day, you had every opportunity to tell our Chef in order to meet your particular needs during the remainder of your stay.
Trip advisor readers should also be made aware of that it wasn't until your check out day that you decided to go online and see our current rates. You were explained that rates had been dropped that very morning to maximize our sales on that particular day (your departing date).
It is understandable if you are upset that after enjoying and consuming your stay, and never once complaining about anything, that a rate adjustment was not honored. We were also very professional, not at all rude, when we explained all of the above to you.
Posting inacurate, negative, and misleading comments about the quality of our services is just not honorable.
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Loved the luxury bed & breakfeast
The Las Posadas of Sedona is a fantastic place to stay. The suite was beautiful. The service by all the staff was excellent. They were extremely helpful and very attentive. The breakfeast was to die for. I would highly recommend the Las Posadas of Sedona to everyone.
Extraordinary Bed and Breakfast
Every once in a while you come across a place that really exceeds expectations. We were recently in Sedona, Arizona and had occasion to stay at Las Posadas of Sedona. It advertises itself as a Bed and Breakfast. We're from New England. Our view of Bed and Breakfasts are older, Victorian styles places with a beautiful room, perhaps a sitting area and/or a balcony along, of course, with a nice breakfast. Well...Las Posadas is so much more. We found ourselves bathing in absolute luxury in a brand new suite of rooms built with exquisite attention to detail. Las Posadas is set amidst the magnificent red rocks that so characterize Sedona. The views are magnificent and enchanting. The inn keepers do everything that you could ask of them and the breakfasts are memorable. Flat screen televisions, high speed wireless internet, dishwasher and dryer, kitchen area are just a few of the modern amenities we appreciate. Not to speak of a state of the art luxurious bathroom. Everything is there to help you enjoy Sedona.
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