Adobe Village Graham Inn
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Historical Traveler Reviews Adobe Village Graham Inn Sedona
A true destination B&B
My husband and I spent two nights in the Wilderness Casita at the Graham Inn. We have stayed at many B&B's but this was the best ever - the rooms in our suite were HUGE, a big stone fireplace (gas) that you could see from the living area and the whirlpool tub. The food was outstanding and the innkeepers were the friendliest we have ever met. We liked it so much that we stayed a third night on our way back from the Grand Canyon. We had a room in the Inn which, while not as large as the casita, was a lovely room with a private patio (to view the marvelous Sedona sunsets), a gas fireplace and loveseat, and a whirlpool tub. The prices here are not cheap, but are definitely worth it. Even if the weather had been awful (which it wasn't), we would have enjoyed ourselves just staying in the Inn. Oh, did I mention the fresh baked bread in your casita and the warm cookies at turn-down?
Wonderful - a home away from home!
I recently stayed with a friend at the Graham Inn just outside of Sedona. This was our first visit to Sedona and the Graham Inn but we definitely plan to return. The staff made us feel immediately welcome. Our room was cosy and comfortable and the food was wonderful. This Bed and Breakfast pays attention to details (delicious breakfast, pastries and snacks by the on-site french chef, fluffy towels, courtesy trail bikes etc.) and meets your every need without being intrusive. We felt completely at home and were sorry to leave.
Loved the bronze sculptures and landscaping!
My sister and I loved this B & B. Gourmet breakfast, quiet location, comfortable beds, beautiful bronze sculptures, flowers and water features in the gardens. The service was exceptional.
Stayed in the purple lizard casita in 1997 and loved it. Judging from the recent reviews, everything is still going strong. But it's very pricey.
Warm and Friendly - the Adobe
Terrific service and warm hospitality. The French chef on premises served warm home made pastries and a delicious breakfast. The beds were plumpy, super comfortable, and the room very peaceful.The only "negative" if there was one, involved a noisy air conditioner compressor outside one of the rooms. Hard to believe anyone would keep the a/c on during 30 degree night time temperature.Overall, a nice, warm, and friendly experience that I recommend highly.
We highly recomend the Purple Lizard Casita.Great views,awesome staff,gourmet food,& lots more. For a romantic getaway this is the only place to stay in Sedona.
Casitas Awesome! Location??
I am very well traveled at high-end B&B and 5star Resorts. My husband and I stayed at one of the Casitas. The Casita was wonderful, innkeepers were wonderful and so was the breakfast. The grounds are some of the best I have ever seen at a B&B with the sculptures! The only draw back with this B&B is the location. We didnt feel very comfortable "outside" the grounds. We went to a local resturant which was walking distance & were told about all the fights at night, etc. - stay in our Casita at night!!! If this property was located somewhere a little better it would be my favorite pick of all time!!
300 B & B's in 30 years this is the best
I have stayed at well over 300 B & B's in the past 30 years and have never stayed at a place where the atmosphere, food and service was so outstanding. I had a great stay and will be back.
No need to look anywhere else!
After a lot of research into where to stay in Sedona, my wife and I decided upon the Adobe Village and Graham Inn - and it was a great decision. The Inn is superb in every detail, from the location to the rooms, to the beds, to the amenities, to the breakfast to the service. It is a first class operation and a wonderful place to stay. My wife and I stayed in one of the less expensive rooms - the Garden Room - and it was perfect. I cannot recommend this wonderful Inn enough. Stay here - you will be glad you did.
Best Room -- Ever!
If you are looking for a romantic getaway, there is none better than the casitas at Adobe Village Inn (in Oak Creek, just before getting to Sedona). We stayed in the Sunset Casita -- the bed was the most comfortable; the service was impeccable; and, the view was unbelievable. The Sunset room has a bread machine that is set by the staff to make a fresh loaf upon your return each day. My wife and I have stayed at some extremely nice hotels (Waldorf Astoria (New York); Manele Bay (Lanai)), but this was the best.
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... a long delay due to the illegally parked cars on this 2 lane mountain road that ran about 5 miles of this chaos, we reached Sedona. A beautiful town that was also crazy with cars, worse then the Hamptons on the weekends. So make note, do NOT make this trip on a weekend.
Finally we found an RV park in Camp Verde, and we hit gold! This is the best park we have been to during this entire trip.
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... with a cognitive disability travelling with a personal assistant who he periodically left in his own carriage so he could mingle independently and dine with other passengers unaided.
The very articulate and obviously intelligent but penniless gentleman who had left Las Vegas with only the clothes he was wearing because he had lost all his money (and apparently any other personal possessions he has arrived with) at the casinos.
... to our house.
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... has a shop there at the meteor site? Who'da thunk?! We split a few sandwiches and a free cookie before heading in to the theater for a short movie about the meteor crash that took place 50,000 years ago. It left a hole in the desert 800' deep and almost a mile across. Interesting story on the scientists who studied the crash site, dug for meteorites, and changed the way we view items falling from the sky. The site is on private land but ...
... t me to be a beautiful place to be and I am sure Nick would have appreciated it.
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