Sugar Loaf Lodge

Address: 1870 W. SR 89A, Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1870 W. SR 89A, Sedona, is near Sedona Adventure Outfitters & Guides, Arizona ATV Adventures, Oak Creek Brewery, and Retreat and Heal.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Sugar Loaf Lodge Sedona

    Best Value and one of the best views

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    My family stayed here for 2 nts, and we Loved it !!!! The price is right, very reasonable for Sedona.. It's nothing fancy but how much time are you in the room anyway..The location is also PERFECT!!!!!!! I would definetly stay again!!!!!

    Excellent value

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    Just stayed there for 6 nights. We were two "senior" ladies, and felt

    completely safe. The room is just like any basic motel room....Super 8 or Travelodge, etc. However, the amenities were excellent. Free wireless, fridge and microwave, continental breakfast (muffins, yogurt, granola bars, coffee, juice), reasonably comfortable beds. All for $40 less than the Super 8. I would definitely stay there again.

    Very reliable accommodations

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    This has to be, by far, the best overall value in the Sedona area! Nice sized room with double Queen beds, new 28 inch TV, newly painted and carpeted. Price was under $65 a night and it includes pasteries, juices(2) coffee and yogurt in the office each morning. Well maintained large hot tub and pool in the rear. Clean overall propery with a modest price and we had absolutely no complaints. Convenient to several excellent nearby reataurants (walked) and no street noise. Hard to beat for basic and dependable motel lodging.

    Günstiges und tierfreundliches Hotel in Sedona.

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    Haben dieses Motel wegen all seiner guten Bewertungen auf Trip Advisor gebucht. Ich wurde nicht enttäuscht. Es war ruhig, sehr sauber und gemütlich. Der Preis ist unschlagbar. Würden auf jeden Fall wiederkommen.

    Pet friendly in Sedona on a Dime !

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    I booked this Motel based on the good reviews on Trip Advisor. I wasn't dissappointed. It was quiet, very clean and cozy. We couldn't beat the price. We would definitly stay again.

    What a find!

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    The Sugar Loaf Lodge is the best deal in Sedona! We pulled into town at dusk and decided to stay for the night. We priced several hotels and this one was by far the best deal!

    I was immediately won over by it's gravel parking areas and big red rocks around the grounds. A lot of Sedona is overpriced yet trying to hang on to rustic roots- this was a legit highway motel that met our needs of a place to crash with a beautiful view in the morning.

    The location is great- a few hundred yards from Airport road. We hiked there in the morning. Keep going toward the "Y" and it's a left turn toward the Oak Creek Canyon and a right toward Tlaquepaque.

    We found a great nightlife at the Casa Rincon- further west on 89. Flamenco guitarist, outdoor pit fire and prickly pear margaritas that were the best I've ever had! A must drink! We didn't eat, but the dinners did look great.

    The Sugar Loaf is super cozy-- towels and sheets like you'd have at your own house, well worn and soft, bordering on replaceable. Everything was clean. This place has been there for a while, but it's well-loved, not dingy.

    Some rooms have sliding glass doors, which was a little scary to me at first, but there were interior locks. It was quiet all night too.

    There was free WiFi internet, which was a nice perk since most places actually charge $10 daily for access.

    I would recommend this place to anyone who is looking for a good bed for the night at a deal in Sedona (that's not a timeshare sale!). There are plenty of other places to be if the lap of luxury is your style. Low maintenance, earthy types will find the Sugar Loaf just where they'd like to kick off their red dusty boots after a day around the vortex.

    Todo lo que necesitas

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    ¡Yo definitivamente regresaré a este lugar cada vez que esté en Sedona! El personal era muy servicial y amigable, las habitaciones estaban muy limpias y la ubicación es fantástica. Hay una piscina, jacuzzi y tienes tu propio refrigerador y microondas.

    Everything you need

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    I will definitely go back to this place each time I stay in Sedona! The staff were very helpful and friendly, the rooms were very clean, and the location is fantastic! There is a pool, a jacuzzi, and your own fridge & microwave.

    Sugarloaf , an Oasis for a bargin

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    Awesome place for us two road weary penny pinching travelers. nicer than the days inn, howard johnson, super 8, or many other mid priced inns we stayed in. super sweet staff girl stayed late for us until we arrived.

    Nice little motel

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    Stayed here for one night. It's a 15 room family owned motel in West Sedona. Rooms were clean and quiet. Small refrigerators and microwaves in the room along with small packets of shampoo/conditioner and an iron and ironing board. Nice big tv with cable. Our room had 2 queen beds that were pretty comfortable.

    Owners very friendly and there were muffins, yogurt and coffee in the office in the morning. Not a fancy resort but if you are looking for a clean, quiet place that costs less than $75 a night (we paid $55 a night plus tax in April) so you can spend more on fun things to do and good food, then this place is great.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Sugar Loaf Lodge Sedona

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