My husband and I just returned from a week's stay at Sedona Pines. The location, about 10 minutes outside of uptown Sedona, was perfect for us. Gave us good access to Sedona, Cottonwood, grocery stores, etc. We were very comfortable in the one bedroom condo. At first, when we arrived it seemed small but you adjust during your stay and realize it has everything you need and is very comfortable. The kitchen was well-stocked with utensils, dishes, bbq equipment, blender, mixer, iron, etc. We were also well-stocked with bathroom towels, pool towels, blankets, pillows, etc. The bedroom had plenty of storage and the beds were very comfortable. A mid-week cleaning was provided which was much appreciated. We also really appreciated having use of the free laundry room. There were a number of available machines and we were glad for the opportunity to wash our red-dusty hiking clothes.
We were in an end unit with a fountain outside our living room window. We enjoyed sitting out on the deck for breakfast and dinner and made use of our unit's charcoal grill a couple of times during our stay. We also used the pool and one of the jacuzzi's just about every late afternoon after coming in from a day of sight seeing and hiking. While we didn't get a chance to use, the fitness room had everything we would have needed.
We visited the Sedona Pines Bistro and used the free margarita tickets we were given. The margaritas were very tasty and the singer entertaining in the bar was very good. The one con that we experienced was that at about 7:30, after finishing our margaritas, we tried to get a table for dinner. The menu looked good and there were lots of positive reviews on the food. We were told that the kitchen only stays open until 7:00. We were really surprised and disappointed in the early closing and had to head into town to get something to eat. We noted that many places even in town seemed to close on the early side.
This was our second trip to Sedona. Our stay was from 4/28 - 5/04. We had 5 sunny days and 2 partially cloudy days. All days hit the low 80's in temperature. We did a day trip to the Grand Canyon (again) starting at the east side at Desert View and making our way to Hermit's Rest via a combination of driving, hiking, and shuttle bus. We also spent a morning at Dead Horse Ranch in Cottonwood and that afternoon riding the Verde Canyon Railroad (1st class), both outings a treat. Other days were spent hiking including West Fork Trail, Bell Rock and Courthouse Butte, Chimney Rock, and Red Rock State Park.
All in all a great trip. Would recommend Sedona Pines to couples or singles. The place was well-maintained and we found everyone to be very friendly and accommodating.
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