Sedona is a charming town in the Arizona desert, surrounded by 1.8 million acres of stunning forest and mountains. With so many great hotels in Sedona, it is the perfect base for those who like outdoor adventures. Below is a list of the top five places to stay for your next adventure in Sedona.

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1. Sky Ranch Lodge

Some rooms at Sky Ranch Lodge come with a fireplace, so if you like a homely feel, then this hotel is the perfect place for you. There is a garden that features a bar from where you just can’t beat the views of Grand Canyon, either. Bell Rock and Slide Rock State Park are within easy travelling distance and what is more, if you would like to ease your strained muscles after a busy day of hiking, then you can have a relaxing soak in the spa tub or a splash in the outdoor pool.

2. The Southwest Inn at Sedona

All rooms at The Southwest Inn at Sedona come with a cozy gas fireplace, and some rooms even feature a whirlpool tub. There is also a heated outdoor jacuzzi or, you can use the heated swimming pool. The hotel is close to attractions such as Devil’s Bridge, Bell Rock, and Slide Rock State Park, and you could easily tour Grand Canyon on a Pink Jeep Tour from this hotel. If after all that excitement in the great outdoors you still have energy to spare, you could even head for a workout in the hotel’s fitness center.

3. Orchards Inn

All rooms at Orchards Inn have either a balcony or a patio with stunning views of the nearby rock formations. You can also enjoy wonderful views of Oak Creek Canyon and the red rocks from the heated outdoor pool and jacuzzi. Breakfast is complimentary at the hotel’s restaurant, which features southwestern and Mexican food. Should you prefer a different type of cuisine, then you can try one of the many restaurants in downtown Sedona, which is only a short walk from the hotel.

4. The Views Inn

The Views Inn offers great views of the red rocks due to its proximity to fascinating formations such as Bell Rock and Cathedral Rock. Guests can opt to tour this majestic natural display, and if you play golf, the hotel can arrange for you to visit a nearby golf resort. After a busy day of outdoor exercise, you can cool down in the swimming pool at The View Inn.

5. Wildflower Inn

Guest rooms at Wildflower Inn have a refrigerator, microwave, and coffeemaker with free coffee, plus free organic bath products. This charming hotel, where romance packages are available on request, is less than one mile from Bell Rock Vista and Bell Rock Pathway. For those interested in history and culture, nearby Tlaquepaque, Sedona’s Arts and Crafts Village, provides fascinating insights into Native American culture.

As you can see, Sedona has a great choice of hotels, so what are you waiting for?

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