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Lucky for me I was able to check in last minute on a Saturday. All the hotels were booked, or over $300. Since I travel solo, and Sedona was just a pit stop for me, I didn’t mind stayed one night here. Friendly, professional check-in...More
Took a trip to Sedona and stayed here again! Me and my husband just love this place!!! So quiet and relaxing! Walking distance to shopping and dining. The perfect place to stay! Feels like home here! Since we found this place we won't stay anywhere...More
We were looking for a place in Sedona a few days ago. We pulled over in front of this collection of cabins on the main street in Upper Sedona on the north side of town.
Luckily, Brian, the operator, happened to be in the lobby...More
Not what we expected at all! Location was the only good thing about this place. Description about this place was very deceiving, it was like walking back into the 60s. Bathroom was tight, shower was big. While showering there were issues with the water temperature...More
The La Petite Sedona was a nice spot to stay in Sedona.
We had a pretty cabin with a nice view of the Red Rocks on our patio with comfy chairs to rest in the heat of the day. The interior of the cabins is...More
I'm not exactly sure how it works when booking on TripAdvisor but if you have any questions or concerns you can call the hotel and ask for the owners. They are very friendly and will help accommodate you in any way. Hope... More
I'm not exactly sure how it works when booking on TripAdvisor but if you have any questions or concerns you can call the hotel and ask for the owners. They are very friendly and will help accommodate you in any way. Hope this helps.
Response from pollofritodelsol | Reviewed this property |
Gloria, the day trip would be do-able. The Tonto National Forest is a large area. I would visit their website for information and to plan what part or parts you wanted to check out. Hope that helped.
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"On the second level, we could keep our blinds open the whole time to see the view and watch sunrise."