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The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. The rooms are cozy and the views are breathtaking. We extended our stay an extra night because we loved it so much. Just like most lodges in Sedona, it’s super close to a ton of delicious restaurants.
My wife and I stayed at this MARVELOUS Inn this past weekend!!! We LOVED our clean, comfortable with marvelous views from the balcony Desert Dream room; the breakfasts were DELICIOUS. Lori Reinhold is a WONDERFUL and very knowledgeable of the area regardless of she naming...More
Response from lr29, General Manager at Alma de Sedona Inn Bed & BreakfastResponded 5 March 2018
Thank you so much! We really enjoyed having you both here and I hope you are able to come back again. Now that I've hit my lucky 13 years here, I think I'll have to stop describing myself as a newbie!!
My husband and myself stay at the inn was very relaxing and enjoyable. Plus the tranquility of the inn was wonderful. The staff was really friendly and courteous to your every need. Highly recommended place to stay.
Our room , Native Spirits was outstanding, roomy with a beautiful balcony awesome views and a perfect bathroom. The service and breakfast were impeccable. We felt like anything we needed would be fulfilled. Lori was so helpful we thought we were the only folks there!
Alma De Sedona Inn was amazing, themed room, quite and private with great facilities, Fire Place and Jacuzzi tubs in each room. Lori the Inn Keeper was fantasic with making recommendations on what to do in town and the breakfast provides was amazing. Would highly...More
Response from Michelle A | Reviewed this property |
I was in a room called "Del Sol" first floor. There was a large red rock formation in the distance from one window - not from patio but you could see the labyrinth, hear the babbling brook and the western quail sing. Other... More
I was in a room called "Del Sol" first floor. There was a large red rock formation in the distance from one window - not from patio but you could see the labyrinth, hear the babbling brook and the western quail sing. Other rooms might have better views - asks Lori. Room perfect for wheelchair as it was large and a very large handicap accessible bathroom. Parking VERY accessible to this room with no steps. A short walk or drive to Thunder mountain walking trail with gorgeous red rocks on an accessible walking path. Enjoy!