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The 5 Best Hotels for Sedona, AZ Hiking Trips

Visitors flock to Sedona, Arizona to enjoy the region’s untamed wilderness and stunning nature. What better way to explore the area’s many parks and desert beauty than on foot?

If you want to take advantage of Sedona’s many hiking trails, book one of the following hotels in Sedona to gain easy access to winding paths and steep climbs up the famous Arizona red rocks.

1. Adobe Grand Villas

For outdoor enthusiasts who want to combine rough trails throughout the day with luxury at night, a stay at Adobe Grand Villas has the best of both worlds, especially for those traveling in groups. Each villa offers meals cooked by a private chef, hot tubs, a seasonal swimming pool, and an outdoor heated whirlpool. Best of all, the villas are just north of Red Rock State Park, so you can easily get to some of the most beautiful natural formations and best trails in the area.

2. Amara Resort and Spa, a Kimpton Hotel

If you want to explore Sedona’s artsy downtown area in addition to local trails, book your stay at Amara Resort and Spa, a Kimpton Hotel. The hotel is a 10-minute walk away from great shopping and dining, and a short trolley ride away from the downtown area. Luxurious rooms and a top-quality on-site spa will help you relax after a long day of exploring the nearby red rocks on foot or by jeep.

3. Baby Quail Inn

For travelers looking for a cozier getaway, a stay at the Baby Quail Inn will make you feel right at home. The owners do their best to create an intimate feel and take great care of each guest. This charming hotel has an outdoor hot tub, free Wi-Fi, and a hearty continental breakfast, all at one of the lowest prices in Sedona. The Sugarloaf Mountain trailhead is only a mile away, so guests can enjoy comfort and great hiking on a tight budget!

4. Bell Rock Inn

Rooms at the Bell Rock Inn are spacious and cozy, with fireplaces to warm visitors up during the cold desert nights. The beautiful king beds, HDTV, outdoor heated pools and Jacuzzi give the feel of a five-star hotel at reasonable prices of around $150 per night. To check out the local landscape, walk to The Bell Rock Vista and Pathway and start exploring. Guests always rave about the Bell Rock Inn’s wonderful service and cleanliness, so if you want a refreshing, comfortable stay at a reasonable price, book this inn.

5. Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble

Stay in the heart of Uptown Sedona, where in addition to nearby scenic trails you can also discover interesting boutiques and fine art galleries. Guests who appreciate a good view will love the panoramic vistas from the private in-room balconies and patios at the Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble, Sedona’s tallest building. Walk along nearby Oak Creek, or head a little further (about 1.5 miles) to find some of the area’s most scenic hiking trails. Pet owners will love the pet-friendly rooms and staff, with dogs up to 80 lbs allowed in most rooms.

Book one of the above Sedona hotels to get a taste of the incredible hiking trails in the area during the day and then relax in comfort and luxury at night!

Photo by Robyn Lisone.


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