Days Inn Sedona
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Historical Traveler Reviews Days Inn Sedona
The town of Sedona has some of the most awe-inspiring views you will ever see. This is why I travelled here, not for the motel. I picked a Days Inn as it was THE most reasonable priced motel in the are (which isn't saying that much-as "cheap hotels" are $150 a night). It is a adequate motel with a nice pool area (great view from the pool). The room is in need of some remodeling (bathtub had areas which were "crumbling") and deep-cleaning. Also this was a two-room suite which had a AC unit in the bedroom, but none on the main living space. This made the bedroom very cold and the living room hot. Strange design...
All in all not a bad place to stay...
Good motel for the price
Average motel, about 3 miles from the center of town, which can be good for a good nite's sleep. But close enough for the attractions. Cannot beat the price for a clean room good for a budget-minded person.
What a Nice Place!
We spent one night here and wished it could have been longer. The price was reasonable, the location was right on 89A, and the people who worked there were very helpful and super nice. We had a balcony room with a king bed and the views outside were great. There is a heated pool and a hot tub, internet access is available in the lobby, and there is a continental breakfast. The people at the desk recommended and scheduled tours for us. I highly recommend the Pink Jeep Tours. We took their 2 hour Broken Arrow trip with Tom and loved it. The Days Inn is very clean and the grounds are well kept up. This place is really good value for your money.
Would stay there again!
The Days Inn Sedona is a beautiful hotel. We paid about $80. The room was spotless, comfortable, and clean, Everything appeared brand new. I had requested extra pillows at the time of reservation, which they had ready for me when we checked in. The bed was very comfortable. You may not have any views from the room, but as soon as you step outside, there are views everywhere! Great location. right on highway 89. very close to a lot of the hikes we did.
We read the other reviews here on TripAdvisor and booked our stay at Days Inn. Liked its location which is right on the strip - 89A. Even nice views are there in front of the hotel. Having a Refrigerator and Microwave in the room was great. Only the bathroom was very small. Other than that, great value !! Would recommend it.
We stayed one night here and were very pleased! The hotel is in west Sedona right on 89A. The hotel is attractive and clean. Our room was spacious and included a microwave, refrigerator, ironing board , and iron (a coffee pot was absent though). The room had two doors--one that lead to the parking lot and one that onto a small patio and the pool area. The breakfast buffet was adequate. The hotel staff were very helpful. We paid $52 (before taxes) and were extremely happy. I would stay here again and recommend it!
Very nice place
My wife and I stayed at the Days Inn of Sedona during part of my vacation in Sept. 2004. As previously mentioned, the property appears to have been recently refurbished. The property is very well maintained. Price wise it is a pretty good bargain when compared to other expensive Sedona lodging. The room also has a refrigerator and small microwave. There is plenty of counter and drawer space with a nice TV hutch. Rooms have balconies most with pretty nice views. Time permitting, watch Red Rock Television on channel 16. It runs continuously on a 90 minute loop and provides local information on artist, restaurants, Red Rock country, etc. Other than that, try to spend more than the 2 days we had. Other nearby noteworthy places to visit include, the Cliff Castle Casino, south on 179 then to I-17. Visit the copper mining town of Jerome and take a 4 hour ride on the Verde Canyon Railroad.
Good value for Sedona. Clean rooms, friendly staff. Nice views. Very limited continental breakfast which only had toast, bagels, muffins, coffee, juice.
Since the Days Inn was lower-priced than most of the motels/hotels in Sedona, we were a little leary. However, I was pleasantly surprised. Our room appeared to have been fairly recently refurbished, was clean, and the second reason that we chose it - it is ALL NON-SMOKING! No more worrying that if we check in late, our non-smoking room would be given away. If you are looking for a lower-cost alternative while in Sedona, give this place a try.
Good location/Good Price/Great View
I have been to this property at least 3x's. It's the only place I stay in Sedona. You can get rooms in high season around or under $100. The rooms are clean and adequate. It's located on the West side of town and your within 10 or 15 minutes of almost everything. There's a convienent store within walking distance and many restaurants within a 5 minute drive. They also have the Sedona channel on the TV. The channel gives you detailed visitor information about the area. My mom loves this property because the buildings are Mexican Style with archways. The have standard rooms and also suites. The suites would be suitable for leisure travelers having a pull out couch in the living room and also for business travelers because they have a desk, mini frig, sink and microwave. There's also a pool and jacuzzi, both of which I have enjoyed. They have a continental breakfast included in the price. They serve, bagels, muffins, OJ, Tea and coffee. They also have a 2 person swing out front that reminds me of the Flinstones. There's a great view of the red rocks from the swing. Great places to see in Sedona are Chapel of the Holy Cross, Red Rock Crossing and driving through Oak Creek Canyon. But don't drive it if you're afraid of heights. The road is very windy and has drop offs. Great Views though. A nice place to stop for lunch in Oak Creek Canyon is Junipines. Days Inn is a great place to stay if your on a budget. I've never been dissapointed.
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