Baby Quail Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsBaby Quail Inn Sedona
A lovely family run inn, just off the main road, with a pretty courtyard garden and hot tub, as well as comfy rooms and friendly staff. The owner, Dick Curtis was happy to share stories about his long showbiz career over a breakfast of coffee and muffins.
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In Sedona, I stayed at the Baby Quail Inn, chosen the same way I have chosen all of the hotels I have stayed at so far on the trip - using the Hotels.com app to search for a hotel in the $100 a night range which has better than "good" (3.5 and above) customer ratings and has free wifi, free parking and a breakfast of some sorts.
And so …
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