BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Sedona

Address: 1200 W Highway 89A, Sedona, Arizona, 86336-5741, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1200 W Highway 89A, Sedona, is near Evening Sky Tours, Main Street, Sedona Heritage Museum, and Rainbow Trout Farm.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Sedona

      Reviewed by runruh33

      Amazing

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      by (3 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      One of best motels we have stayed at.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by edwardsfamtrips

      great view of rocks

      Reviewed Mar 23, 2014
      by (2 reviews) Portland , United States Flag of United States

      small rooms but clean

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by yts

      Relaxing at Sedona

      Reviewed Aug 22, 2010
      by (29 reviews) , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

      Fine facilities and friendly staff. We enjoyed a relaxing afternoon at swimming pool. The staff recommended a nice restaurant.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Sedona

      Greatly disappointed in hotel

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      The only thing good was it was clean. The noise from the chairs on the terraces above our room was deafening until midnight each night of our stay (June 18, 19). The "deluxe" continental breakfast consisted of a few pieces of toast (three), a few stale bagels, terrible coffee, and a few small muffins or cereal for the kids. No danish, no donuts, not much of a "deluxe" package - and this was at 8 a.m. The coffee pot in our room took over an hour to make three cups. I had also wanted a smoking room, but when I called after arriving and finding our room was non-smoking, I was told that that is all I could get through hotels - period. No, "sorry," nothing. I was just stuck! We certainly will not be using either hotels.com or ANY Best Western again! Dissatisfactory!!! There wasn't a restaurant within two miles of the place where we could eat either, except some dive in the back of an adjacent strip mall - their brochure states many restaurants within two blocks!

      A Little Disappointing

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      The Best Western does have great views but the decks are public promenades. There is one table and 4-chair set for every two rooms. We were surrounded by families on both sides so they were using them as extensions of their rooms. Therefore, we had no where to relax and enjoy the view. If you want views and some privacy, I suggest you stay somewhere else.

      Incredible View for the Price

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      Spent Memorial Day, 5/31/04 at the Best Western Sedona in a 2nd floor room overlooking the beautiful red rock scenery. The view is spectacular - unbelievable view for a room priced at $139/night. Room was average but clean. A couple of complaints: the old A/C unit in the room was noisy and couldn't hold the room at a steady temperature, and the motel allowed a whole tour busload of senior citizens to descend upon the breakfast room at the same time, preventing other guests from getting a table. Why don't motels stagger breakfast for tour groups? The desk staff was pretty blase about everything, but we noticed everyone in Sedona is like that. We had an excellent meal in the lovely little courtyard at Judie's Restaurant right behind the motel. Would definitely stay here again - for that incredible location and view.

      Great views, but didn't appreciate the unwelcome guests!

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      The views of the red rocks are absolutely breatkaking, and the large patios off the rooms invite you to enjoy the views.

      However, after killing a cockroach in our bathroom and advisng the front desk, we didn't appreciate the indifferent comment "Welcome to Bug City!"

      After carefully checking things out we believed it was an isolated incident and decided to stay another night. While packing our clothes to leave in the morning we saw another cockroach run across the unused bed!

      Well the large patios came in very handy and we used it to shake out everything we owned before packing it up again in our suitcase.

      While checking out we once again commented on the bugs and though they seemed a little more concerned and advised they would contact housekeeping, it would not have surprised me to learn the room was used immediately.

      We just completed a 10 day tour of Arizona,staying in 5 different hotels/B&B's. Somehow the other places seemed to have the bug problem in control.

      Loved the Best Western

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      The Best Western Arroyo Roble was fabulous. The 5 of us, (2 adults and 3 kids) had plenty of room in the 2 bedroom casita. It had everything from laundry soap to a corkscrew. Our balcony overlooked the creek and the views were amazing. If you can handle the many stairs back to street level, definitely ask for a room overlooking the creek. There was a continental breakfast, walking distance to all the shops, plus being very clean, attractive and friendly. I'd go back!

      Loved the Views-Great Service

      from

      From the moment we arrived we saw incredible Red Rock Views. The concierge was so helpful and there were three good restaurants nearby. The shuttle van took us to a neat mexican style shopping village called Tlaquepapue. Great continental breakfast and the views, can't say enough about them. Great walking trails up the raod called Soldiers Pass.

      Good views

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      Stayed at the BW Sedona Inn at Easter break 2004 and was very pleased.

      Nice hotel, decent clean rooms, large terraces on each floor to sit and enjoy the views. Probably would stay at the BW Arroyo next time for location only. It is right in downtown and that makes for easy access to restaurants etc. Take the Bright Angel Pink Jeep Tour!

      Excellent hotel

      from

      We just came back from our vacation in Sedona . We stayed at Best Western Inn and we got a nice room with an excellent view. The staffs were very nice. Very good breakfast. Next time we come, we will choose to stay the whole weekend there!

      Great hotel!

      from

      My husband and I stayed at the Inn of Sedona for two nights in September 2003 and really enjoyed it. The hotel is in a great location, close to all the main attractions. The rooms are very comfortable, quiet, and open out onto lovely terraces from which there are gorgeous views of the red rocks. The terraces also have nice tables where you can sit and enjoy the views along with a cup of coffee or glass of wine. The pool is small, but very nice and there is a good size hot tub. They also offer a very nice continental breakfast, with lots of selections. I would stay here again and would recommend it to anyone planning a visit to Sedona.

      Good location/ great views

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      Spent Easter weekend at the Inn of Sedona with our 2 teenaged boys. Knew that the weather would be cool and that we would be on the go and rarely in the room, so I didn't want to pay an outrageous amt. on a room. The Inn of Sedona is in a very convenient location for restaurants, shopping and hitting the road. The 2 queen bed sized rooms are average size & clean. Fridge in room, nice lobby with gas fired log, very helpful/nice desk staff. Very small heated pool/pool area- would imagine it to be crowded if it were really swim season. As it was heated and the weather decent, the boys went in twice. The continental breakfast was a terrific offering from 7-10 am in a nice room. A great convenience/ time and cost savings in order to get going on your day. We had a room that opened onto the 2nd level terrace-great spot to sit and enjoy red rock views. If I were staying in Sedona longer for real relaxation, I might opt for a resort with a larger room, ,private terrace and larger pool. This was perfect for this stay!

      TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Inn of Sedona

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