The Lodge at Sedona
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Thanks to the owners and staff of the Lodge at Sedona, everything was perfect.
We have returned from our "Western" trip and thanks to the owners and staff of the Lodge at Sedona, everything was perfect. We really do not believe in emails, except to do business so we are sending you a formal letter in the US Mail tomorrow thanking you for your hospitality while we were in Sedona. Needless to say, Forbes is correct in stating that you have one of the top 10 B and B's in America. We have had a gift made up for Dee Ann and will be sending it tomorrow also. It certainly comes across too ALL the guests that she cares about her job and enjoys what she is doing. We have enclosed a photo of the two of us at a very special party thrown for us by Stefan Hemming the multimillionaire owner of Casa de Liberace in Palm Springs. It was the estate of the late Liberace. 8,500 square feet all on one floor. 95% of the furniture and all the pianos belonged to Lee. Again, thanks for the wonderful hospitality you gave us during our stay there. ALL the guests talked about how wonderful EVERYTHING was. Donald Pile Ray Williams
The Lodge at Sedona was wonderful. The people were friendly, informative, and accommadating. The public areas (there are many to choose from) were relaxed and cozy. The labrynith on-site is a must. It was a pleasure to return there each night in Sedona. The breakfasts are delicious as well! We'll definitely be back.
The stay at the LODGE was incredible!
There are not enough words in our language to describe our experience!! It was everything we had hoped for and anticipated!! Keep up the great work...it certainly shows in the way you make everyone feelso much like "family">> Jimmy & Penny Lancaster> Mocksville, NC
Unforgettable - the Lodge at Sedona
I was amazed at how good this B&B keeps getting. The facility looks amazing and the Innkeepers care for your every need. I rate this 5 diamonds in my book. Will return later in the spring to cool off!
Service is the tops
The guest service at the Lodge at Sedona is meticulous. Such caring people..they treat you like dear friends. I judge this inn 5 stars plus! PS...Sedona is spectacular....
Avoid at all costs
I had a really unpleasant time dealing with the owner/manager of the inn with regards to disputes of their charges.
I can't recommend staying at this place - it really leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
Lodge at Sedona...it Rules
The Lodge at Sedona rules..the breakfast is to die for and facilities and grounds are incomparable.
We shall return
Lodge at Sedona is addictive
My first stay at the LODGE at SEDONA will not be my last..
It is a magical bed and breakfast inn where the setting and service combine to make your visit unforgettable..
I walked the labyrinth and sunned at the Health Club..just wonderful. Book real early to get the room called Master..
Lodge at Sedona is Wonderful
Another visit to the Lodge at Sedona leaves me in awe of the beauty and charm of the estate -like setting and the magnificent and magical area...We will return!!!
Book your adventure now, before this swank B&B becomes rediscovered!
Romance and Comfort, Luxury and Adventure, the LODGE at SEDONA does have it all!
Book a king suite early and experience magical sedona in style...
Five Star *****
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Travel Blogs from Sedona
... was a chance for us to get our bearings and figure some things out. We drove around town and checked out some scenery and explored a bit of Oak Creek Canyon. If you remember, this is where all the terrible forest fires were in May. Unfortunately, many of the trails, campgrounds and water access ways are still closed because of this. Some of the trees right next to the road were black. We tried to go to Slide Rock which is a part of Oak Creek that has formed ...
... The jeeps are highly modified to accommodate the rough terrain.
We go up and down, bounce around and manage to fall out. We did get to walk around some of the rocks and see a fault line and evidence of how much the rocks actually shifted in the last million years. The rocks are amazing and they get their color from iron oxide. Surprising the content of iron oxide is less than 1 percent.
... I had been wanting to do some father son stuff, and we thought the cave sounded pretty adventurous. It took us almost 45 minutes to get there driving on dirt roads, but it's the coolest thing I've done so far on the trip. It's about a mile long, dead end cave with lava rock all along it. In some places you're walking on what looks like (and is, I guess) a frozen/dried up river of lava. We spent about an hour and a half ...
... dropped open in awe of something).
Many of the rock formations here are named for what they resemble (e.g., Coffee Pot Rock, Chimney Rock, Cathedral Rock, Castle Rock, Steamboat Rock). One of my favorite formations is Snoopy Rock, which looks like Snoopy lying on his back on his doghouse, complete with a chunk of rock for his nose! We spend time pouring over the map while touring around, trying to find the various formations. From Airport Mesa (a flat ...
... to the hotel at 10 PM. We slept good for sure! Still more catching up. Today was Grand Canyon Day. We went to several lookout points around the rim. I've been here three times and it looks different every time. It's cold and breezy today and when that wind flies up those canyons, it just whips through you. I still say we need to travel to Germany and Japan at this time of year as they are all here! We'd have the countries to ourselves! I will try to post a ...