BEST WESTERN PLUS Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villas

Address: 400 North State Route 89A, Sedona, Arizona, 86336-4214, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 400 North State Route 89A, Sedona, is near Airport Mesa, Evening Sky Tours, Main Street, and Sedona Oak Creek Chamber of Commerce.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villas Sedona

      Perfect place to relax and explore Sedona

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      We just returned from a fantastic first trip to Arizona and rate our stay in Sedona as one of the highlights.

      We had booked Arroyo Roble after taking advice from Tripadvisor and we were so pleased with our choice that instead of staying only for 2 nights as we had planned, we extended our stay to 4 nights within an hour of arrival. We would have liked to stay for 5 nights, but the hotel was fully booked! Three of us were on this trip - myself, my Mum (a very young 75 year old), and my adult daughter.

      We had booked a villa condo suite - it was just perfect.

      Number 1234 - with three balconies and just a few steps from Oak Creek. Car parking was right outside your own front door.

      The condo suite would comfortably sleep 6 people. It had everything you could need for a short or long stay. It was well decorated, very clean and fresh, with full maid service every day if you wanted it.

      The large lounge had two big comfy armchairs and a large sofa which would convert to queen size sleeper bed; working gas fire, TV, video recorder, radio, dining table with four chairs - there were also extra table and chairs, a rollaway bed, and extra hanging space in a spacious hall storage cupboard.

      Downstairs toilet and washbasin, large fully fitted kitchen with every appliance including a toaster and juicer, oven, coffee maker, and a laundry area with washing machine and dryer.

      Upstairs were two bedrooms - a large master bedroom with a king size bed and spacious balcony with chairs, overlooking the creek. It also had a seating area and TV and a working fireplace. There was plenty of storage and hanging space, and the huge ensuite bathroom had a jacuzzi bath and separate shower, two washbasins, mirrored walls and loads of storage space! Plentiful towels and toiletries were provided.

      The second bedroom was smaller but more than adequate, with twin beds and hanging space, a spacious balcony and ensuite shower room.

      The condo had full air-conditioning, and was extremely confortable and welcoming.

      The location was perfect for exploring Sedona or just relaxing. The staff were friendly and very helpful. Complimentary breakfast was served every day in the small breakfast room with outdoor eating available - our only gripe was the plastic cutlery and plates - but the food was fine and fresh.

      A great choice of restaurants, shopping, tours, and superb Red Rock views were all on our doorstep - I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone travelling to Sedona.

      Loved the Arroyo Roble in Sedona

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      My daughter, husband and I just returned from a 4 night stay in Sedona, AZ. We booked at the Arroyo Roble (Best Western) and were extremely happy with the accomodations. We had a large one bedroom with a king bed and a double sofa bed that worked very well for us. The bathroom was enormous and had 2 separate sink areas, a separate toilet, and a over-sized shower and jacuzzi tub. It was laid out so well that 3 people could use the bathroom at once with privacy. In addition there was a wet bar area with sink, refrig and coffee maker. We also had a gas firplace that was easy and fun to use and a TV. The view outside the room of the red rocks was beautiful and we had a small patio with 2 chairs. We paid $179/night with a AAA discount (early April). The best feature was the hotel's accessibility to the "uptown Sedona" area. Easy walking distance to many shops and restaurants and the various Jeep tours. There was also a pool and exercise room and a free continental breakfast every morning until 9:30am. Do not confuse this hotel with the Best Western Inn, which is also in Sedona. We saw the Inn and it looked fine but not as conveniently located.

      It had it all!

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      Not having stayed at many Best Westens in the past, I was a little skeptical in booking this hotel but after reading other reviews decided to give it a shot. We were very pleasantly surprised. The hotel was clean, decorated nicely, had beautiful grounds and great red rock views. It was also much more reasonably priced than other hotels in town that I researched in great detail. Had a wonderful stay in this beautiful town and a large part of that was because of this hotel.

      Excellent view! Good breakfast. Great place to stay!

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      Spent two nights here over Easter, 2005. Our room was on the 1st floor, with GRASS right outside the door. The kids were able to play ball here!

      Fitness center was great. Kids loved playing raquetball (for a fee) Views were fabulous! Room is pretty basic, but good sized. Able to walk to all shopping and restaurants. We were VERY happy with this hotel! Not a luxury stay, but great for a medium priced hotel! Great view from the pool, too! Would recommend the Pink Jeep tours, despite major hesitation about the price. Daniel our guide was very informative, very fun time!

      Arroyo Roble room with fireplace

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      We stayed 2 nights in the Arroyo Roble hotel. We booked 1 of the rooms that had a king bed, queen sofa sleeper, fireplace, and kitchenette that had refrigerator, sink, and coffee pot. The balcony was very private, and faced directly toward Snoopy Rock.

      The room was well kept, clean, and cheery. The bathroom was very clean, modern, and spacious, and even had a phone.

      We didn't eat at the free continental breakfast, since my husband likes a things like bacon, omlets, and grits, but we did look in and everyone seemed to be happy with the selection. We did take advantage of the on-site computer available to check our email.

      The rooms that have the fireplaces, etc. are in a separate, north, building adjacent to the rest of the hotel. There are only 5 or 6 of these rooms, so book early. Each room has a parking space reserved just for that room, so you don't have to waste time parking your car. There is no elevator, but there is a street level entrance off the front sidewalk that gets around having to climb the staircase from the parking lot.

      One drawback was that the club house that houses the indoor swimming pool, pingpong table, exercise room, and billiard tables is located downhill, and on the other side of the main hotel. The facilities there are nice. Just take your swimsuits with you in a bag and change at the clubhouse! We stayed in mid March and walking down to the clubhouse in 35 degrees F. isn't much fun if you're dressed only in your bathing suit and sandals.

      The outdoor pool looks very nice, but since the weather was cold, we didn't try it.

      The front desk was quite helpful and courteous. Lots of shopping, places to eat, and the Jeep tours are within a few blocks of the hotel.

      We would definitely stay at this hotel again!

      Great hotel - and it was pot luck from Tripadvisor!

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      I was booking blind! and there were not too many reviews of this hotel - I also was looking at the other Best Western but this seems to be the best one in the area. Me and my boyfriend went in October and wanted something nice but not too expensive with good facilities. This hotel was perfect for our needs - it was on the main tourist street with shops and somewhere to wander in the evening and within easy driving distance of surrounding area, no complaints at all and I would definitely recommend this hotel. It must be the handiest location of all the hotels -really well situated! Great stay and fantastic pool -i wish our stay had been longer!

      Super views from room

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      Ideal location for the Red Rocks though they were covered in snow in early January. Nice, clean room with coffee maker & fridge and small balcony with view to rocks. Shops and restaurants close by. Strong smell of cigarette smoke in bathroom but room was OK. Room opens out straight on to the outside but not a problem in this area. Very good light breakfast included, friendly people. Would stay here again.

      Beautiful grounds and views

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      In the center of Sedona. We stayed at this beautiful hotel on Sept. 25 after a 3 day hike in the Grand Canyon. What a fantastic place to stay and a real bonus is being able to use the clubhouse at Creekside Villas.

      Great view in Sedona!

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      We spent 2 nights, June25th and June 26th 2004 at the Best Western Arroyo Roble Hotel in Sedona. The suite was clean and large enough for three adults and one child. The view was spectacular. Everyone was helpful, but very busy and crowded at the front desk. Would stay here again.

      Sedona is Beautiful

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      Husband and I and our two children stayed here one night April 5th, 2004. Above average: All rooms have a red rock view (did not see the Villa rooms), has both outdoor and indoor/outdoor pools (kids used the indoor/outdoor since it was raining), has free coffee, hot chocolate, hot cider, tea always available in small lobby w/fireplace, free continental breakfast, EXCELLENT location. Right across the street from Oaxaca (try their breakfast!) and only two blocks to the Cowboy Club.

      Just average: rooms clean and in good shape but nothing special, VERY small bathroom (just tub and toilet) located in an odd place in the room--thank goodness sink area is separate. VERY busy front desk--had a hard time getting extra towels--staff seemed a bit overwhelmed but nice, but it WAS spring break week. Our Pink Jeep Tour was a bit disappointing--our Broken Arrow tour guide talked about desert plants the entire 2 hours--way boring for the kids. For the money you spend on the tour I think they should at least take into consideration who is in the jeep and realize maybe kids aren't gardeners too LOL.

      TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villas Sedona

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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