Casa Sedona Inn
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Historical Traveler Reviews Casa Sedona Inn
Nice place - especially for the older crowd
We stayed here for much of our honeymoon b/c of others' comments on tripadvisor. The surroundings were very clean (except for the tiles in the showers in two rooms) and extras such as bath salts were provided.
We are 30-somethings and considered all of the decor to be nice but much more appealing for older couples (60+??) -- not very modern. We stayed in two rooms; the first of which still had the 1980's pink and teal decor.... and two puffy rocking chairs. The second room was better, but was situated right by the front door....making it difficult to sit on the veranda and/or open windows without hearing the entry and exit of guests. Breakfasts were good, not outstanding; however, the service was extraordinarily cheerful and quick. Maybe we caught a bad week, but evening appetizers on two nights were chips and salsa, raw carrots, broccoli and cauliflower and pretzels. (could have been better for a high-priced place) The gardens were pretty - even in March- and the hot tub was well placed in the back garden area. The location is lovely...within walking distance to thunder mountain trailhead -- a magnificant sunset venue. Staff here was incredibly friendly. We enjoyed our stay, but probably will not go back until we're older (hopefully we can still afford it!).
Top Notch experience at Casa Sedona!
This is the way a Bed and Breakfast is supposed to be. The rooms were extremely pleasant, with a cozy fireplace in the corner and beautiful views of red rocks out the window. The inn is located in a quiet location, convenient to Sedona restaurants and hiking trails. The breakfasts were tasty and the evening snacks enjoyable. Best of all, Bob and Donna were wonderful hosts, providing insightful advice on local attractions and fostering comraderie at breakfast and in the afternoon social hours. This is the best B&B we have stayed at.
Perfect Place To Stay In Sedona
Casa Sedona is a very comfortable and relaxing B&B Inn situated in a quiet area amongst spectacular red rock scenery. The inn has 16 rooms each with its own themed décor. We stayed in the Sunset Room, decorated in a beautiful southwestern motif including paintings and pottery. The room contained a very comfortable king size bed, fireplace, double size Jacuzzi tub, TV/VCR, and patio. Owners/hosts Bob and Donna, and their staff, pamper you and make sure your every comfort and need is attended to. Scrumptious breakfasts and afternoon appetizers, presented in an artistic manner, are provided in the common eating area which also has glasses, silverware, cookies and tea/coffee available to guests 24 hours a day. This was our second stay at Casa Sedona and we will return again. I recommend Casa Sedona very highly!
The way to run a B&B
Our stay at Casa Sedona was fantastic. We stayed over the President's Day weekend and Bob and Donna were wonderful hosts. Casa Sedona is in a nice, quiet neighborhood...away from the touristy traffic that clogged downtown over the holiday weekend, but close to dining and galleries and views of the red rocks.The rooms were very clean and nicely decorated. Our room had a fireplace, a beautiful bed, and nice artistic touches...it captured the feel of the southwest perfectly.The breakfasts and evening snacks were delicious and the service was courteous and attentive. I think they should consider opening a restaurant with the quality of food they served.In addition, they were very helpful in answering questions about the surrounding area and helped us maximize our experience during our short stay in Sedona.It was a wonderful feel -- like being welcomed into the home of friends. Thanks Bob and Donna for your hospitality!
Great place to get married!
We can't say enough how happy we are that we chose to stay at Casa Sedona. Bob and his helpful staff made all necessary preparations for our special day. Having our wedding there was perfect, there was no reason to go anyplace else! I would definately recommend this Bed & Breakfast to any couple planning a wedding or just a romantic get away.
Our room was very cozy and clean, the fireplace in our room was a nice touch too. Bob also took the time to give suggestions and information on seeing the sites while we were there. The Grand Canyon is awsome and a must see. I couldn't have better memories from my wedding day! Thanks again Bob & Donna for everything!
A beautiful Inn with breathtaking views. We enjoyed our visit and the owners were very helpful in making our stay delightful.Breakfasts were very special and delicious. We rate the inn number one in our books.
Rooms, romance and cuisine
What more could you ask for? The rooms are excellent. Choice of theme.
Fireplace, spa tub for two. Great personal service and amenities plus gourmet breakfasts and afternoon hor'devours. Incredible views and easy reach of downtown. The innkeepers go that one step father to make your stay a memory. More like a exclusive botique hotel than a B&B. Can understand why it is rated as one of the Best of the Best small hotels.
5 Star Experience
2)We just returned from Casa Sedona and really felt we needed to let everyone know--if you go to Sedona you have to stay at Casa Sedona.
What a place! If anyone deserves a five star rating this place deserves it. From the staff to the food, everything was perfect. The views from the inn are incredible. From our room Thunder Mountain filled the whole window. Everywhere you looked were great red rock formations and the sunsets were as beautiful. We have already made plans to return.
We enjoyed a stay at Casa Sedona in the spring. It was a lovely place.
The rooms are in several buildings, so depending on your location, you might have to go into a different building for breakfast, or to get to the lobby area.
The breakfasts were very good. They have a beautiful seating area outside. The flowers throughout were very pretty.
The inn maintains a large selection of menus and were great about making recommendations. They were helpful in assisting with trips for hiking and national parks.
Because of the setup, the rooms were very private. They are tucked away among the two buildings so you aren't likely to encounter other guests in hallways outside your room. The rooms were nice and the bathroom was very large with a glass shower and oversized whirlpool bath. Nice bath salts and soaps. Toliet in a separate room.
The common area had cookies and drinks throughout the day. The location was nice. It is in an almost residential area just off one of the main roads. The views were nice and it was in peaceful surroundings away from the chaos of "uptown."
The innkeepers were great....always available if needed, but if you want privacy, they didn't hover. We would go back here again.
We keep coming back
This is our fouth stay at Casa Sedona and it just keeps getting better and better. The breakfast and late afternoon appetizers are not only incredible but the presentation must be seen to be belived. Bob and Donna and the staff have thought of everything!!!
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Travel Blogs from Sedona
... there is no Wi-Fi (ahhh the
children didn't know what to do with themselves).
As we entered the Grand Canyon park we
paid $80 for an America the Beautiful pass. This gets the RV and the
5 of us into all National Parks of USA for a year. Since each
individual park is $15-$25 to enter and we are planning on going to
at least Grand Canyon, Sequoia, Yosemite and Yellowstone it will be
... fishing in the Colorado river tomorrow, then go to the Mexican restaurant across from the hotel - it's nowhere near as good as the meal we had on the border at Nogales even though the waitress speaks English so we got what we ordered this time. Better have a Margarita and go back to the hotel as there's nothing much here unless we want to drive to the casino but it's been a lot of driving today so we'll give it a miss and watch Unfaithfull on the TV ...
... over to the Spa for the morning, Jerry to work out and me to do the steam room, jacuzzi, read People Magazine in front of the fireplace, and book tomorrow's massage, then we met in the outdoor heated pool together and enjoyed a very lovely, healthy breakfast in our robes.
I went to a 15 minute Meditation in a round room with water gurgling in the middle and red dirt on the floor. We had to hold our hands on our sternum ...
... and it was Dean's first trip into a cave that wasn't part of an organized tour. He was really proud that he made it all the way to the end and back.
Friday night we had our first visitors in the camper! My friend Mary and her boyfriend Troy came by for dinner. We had planned on grilling, but that morning they came by and put "danger" tape on the grill. Flagstaff's fire ban made us change our plans, but we still had ...
... 2 red rock peaks and was built in 1956 by Marguerite Brunwige Staude, a student of F.L. Wright. Today we've been on a long scenic drive to Tuzigoot monument, Jerome, and Prescott. Driving back now. We also wanted to go to Montezuma's Castle but we took too long at the other places. Drive back is a little boring, especially in the back ...