Hampton Inn Sedona
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hampton Inn Sedona
Red Rock Quality
Had a 2 night stay here in July. Very pleased with all aspects of the hotel. Good quality free breakfast a bonus with all day free coffee fruit etc.
Staff were helpful with dining suggestions etc.As a result had a beautiful meal under star light at Dahl & Deluca. Don't miss the Oak Creek Brewery at Tlaquepaque - seriously good beer brewed on the premises.
Hampton Inn represents good value & is well located.
For those looking for a comfortable & friendly place to stay in the heart of Sedona, we recommend the Hampton Inn. We experienced superior and friendly service. A wonderful clean & quiet inn with a complimentory
breakfast to get your day going. We loved our manager/hosts, B.J. and Bill.
We'll be back!
TP & KP
Loved every second of the stay!
Could not find enough good words to say about this hotel. The service was fantastic. The breakfast was very enjoyable. The desk people were very helpful and offered many suggestions for our trip to the Grand Canyon, including many things we would not have thought of. They offered suggestions for photographic spots for taking good picturesw of the red rocks that we went there to see. The stay was good, the breakfast was good, the coffee was good, the pictures were good, the trip north to the Grand Canyon was good. It just was a good place!
Hampton Inn - Sedona Was Great
We really enjoyed our two night stay at the Hampton Inn in Sedona. The room was huge and the place couldn't have been nicer. The free breakfast was very good both days. The staff was also outstanding - suggesting places to go and see and even made dinner reservations for us. I would not hesitate to stay here at all.
Great value for money!
My husband and I stayed at the Hampton Inn in just before Christmas 2004 for a short break. We had look on the internet for rates and there was a rate called OTR (On the Road)... when we called the hotel to book a room, they quoted a standard rate, but when we asked specifically for the OTR rate, it was no problem, and we save about $10/night. Every little helps, right?
The room was wonderful, so much space! And although it wasn't a swanky bed and breakfast with a balcony or something fancy like that, it served its purpose - clean rooms, friendly staff, and central location. If you're worried about views, don't! You could stand upside down on a pile of trash in the middle of Sedona and the views will still be beautiful.
Really enjoyed our stay here and would recommend it to anyone, especially those who don't want to spend a fortune!
Wonderful Hampton in sedona
The reviews of the Hampton Inn of Sedona in Trip Advisor were very accurate. The continental breakfast was excellent with fresh fruit and hot items. The service was great and the decor mirrored the environment in Sedona. The location of the hotel was away from the tourist elements of Sedona. The hotel gave the traveler alot for the price. I would highly recommend this Hampton Inn.
A Pleasant Stay
We just returned from 4 nights at the Hampton Inn Sedona. The hotel is in West Sedona, convenient to many restaurants and grocery store. The microwave and fridge, plus a generous free breakfast made the week very affordable. The Christmas decorations were great, and the staff was friendly, especially Rusty. Thanks for a relaxing week.
Beautiful Sedona, friendly people
My wife and I had the pleasure of staying at the Hampton Inn in Sedona earlier this month (Nov. 2004). Upon arrival at the hotel, Roger not only checked us in but at our request also booked trolley tours as well. Within half an hour, a trolley picked us up right in front of the hotel and we were on our way to a very scenic and informative tour.
The next morning, breakfast was served at the hotel's main lobby. We had hot breakfast with sausages and french toast plus an array of bread, yogurt, fruit, juices and coffee. It certainly was more than we had expected.
We had a really nice stay in Sedona mainly because of the friendly staff at Hampton Inn.
A great place to stay in sedona!
After leaving the grand canyon, we headed south to sedona. we checked into our room at 3 and what a pleasant, kind lady the manager was! her name is BJ... very helpful. the rooms are just what you'd expect, clean, comfortable beds, the bathroom is a nice size w/a large countertop for all of your toiletries. the continental breakfast was a pleasant surprise. pastries, cereal, fruit, juice, etc...................in the "touristy" part of town beware of the timeshare salesmen that are in the shops. once they start talking they don't want to stop like phone solicitors. i said we weren't listening to a 90 minute sales pitch on our vacation. my husband was looking at brochures and a map of the area. finally, we had to walk out b/c he was aggravating us. the pink jeep tour we would have scheduled, but it was raining off and on, so we decided on a van tour. her brochure we found on the wall in the hampton lobby. You will NOT be disapointed if you stay at this hotel. It is everything and more!
Great place to stay
We've just returned from Sedona and a wonderful stay at the Hampton Inn, which is a bit west of the center of town. Too far to walk to Upper Sedona, but we also avoided all the noise and congestion there.
Very friendly, helpful staff; quiet, clean, nicely decorated and well-maintained room with microwave and mini-fridge. Complimentary breakfast turned out to be a FULL breakfast and the manager said that they will be adding hot items very soon. We'll definitely stay there again - without any hesitation. It may be a chain, but this one is run extremely well.
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What a long day and drive yesterday! We were up bright and early yesterday (Saturday) and headed on the road at 8am. We said our sad goodbyes to Southern California, picked up some avocados at the farm stand and headed down to San Diego to hop on the highway. The trip was estimated to take us about 7 hours, but we were hoping for a bit shorter as the route we picked ran all along the south, even skimming Mexico and there wasn't supposed ...
... massive. This area is sometimes called Four Corners because four states meet here, and for a while we actually drove through Utah before re-entering Arizona minutes later. On arrival it only takes a couple of minutes for us to get booked in at the hotel, and we were eager to see the view from our room. Wow, wow and more wow... the view just takes your breath away...!!! It's no wonder that the great film director John Ford wanted to film most of his John ...
... Kaitlyn was in desperate need of a haircut and I could have used a nice trim myself so we made the decision to get them done on the cheap at Empire Beauty School. It seemed like a good idea, $5 for a men’s cut and shampoo and $9 for a ladies. It ended up being the scariest $5 experience I have ever had. All I will say about my “stylist” is that she seemed to be numerous hours short of graduation, at one point the stylist next to her had ...
... actually), a meteor crater, and of course, the Grand Canyon. The Canyon was an awesome sight to behold but after an hour I felt that there were only so many times you could take pictures from different angles. We were also a bummed that the sky walk was on the Western rim and not the South where we were. Off we drove to Flagstaff. Joan immediately spotted The Galaxy diner ...
... check in to our government sponsored establishment: the Yavapai Lodge.
The check-in process was surprisingly efficient, and we were off in no time to our motel-like-lodge, a series of about 10 rooms per building. Utilitarian as a US motel room gets, we have two double beds, brick walls painted white, a military-style bathroom, walls so thin that I know our neighbors WAY too well, and a flat-screen TV. Americans know what’s important.