Sedona, AZ Hotels
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Sedona, Arizona is known for its scenic views and soothing spas. Visitors can book a rejuvenating retreat to this picturesque destination for surprisingly low prices by pinpointing the best seasons and hotels. Locations like the Days Inn Kokopelli Sedona and Kings Ransom Inn offer budget prices and comfortable accommodations for a restorative escape on any budget.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Sedona, AZ

Points of Interest
Cathedral Rock
Kimpton Amara Resort and Spa
Kimpton Amara Resort and Spa
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8.9
Excellent
100 Amara Lane, Sedona
from $186
Sky Ranch Lodge
Sky Ranch Lodge
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8.7
Excellent
1105 Airport Rd., Sedona
from $124
Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villas
Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble Hotel & Creekside Villas
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9.0
Excellent
400 North State Route 89A, Sedona
from $199
Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort by Diamond Resorts
Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort by Diamond Resorts
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8.7
Excellent
55 Sun Ridge Cir, Sedona
from $75
The Views Inn Sedona
The Views Inn Sedona
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8.5
Excellent
65 E Cortez Dr, Sedona
from $79
Baby Quail Inn
Baby Quail Inn
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8.9
Excellent
50 Willow Way, Sedona
from $99
Wildflower Inn at Bellrock
Wildflower Inn at Bellrock
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7.7
Good
6086 Highway 179, Sedona
from $68
Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock
Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock
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8.3
Excellent
90 Ridge Trail Dr, Sedona
from $159
Bell Rock Inn by Diamond Resorts
Bell Rock Inn by Diamond Resorts
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8.5
Excellent
6246 State Route 179, Sedona
from $69
Hampton Inn Sedona
Hampton Inn Sedona
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8.1
Excellent
1800 W Hwy 89a, Sedona
from $107
More About Sedona, AZ Hotels...

Get Bargain Rates in Winter

Sedona’s breathtaking landscapes bring tourists to the city year round, but the best time to score a cheap stay in Sedona is during the winter. From December to February, highs are in the upper 50s and low 60s, while low temperatures dip into the 30s. As the temperatures drop, so do the prices.

Visitors who want to enjoy Sedona’s outdoor highlights during warmer seasons should opt for June through August or September to November. Though prices won’t be at rock bottom, travelers can find some hotel deals in Sedona for less than the peak rates found in spring.

Take the Shuttle From Phoenix Sky Harbor

The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is the closest major hub to Sedona, Arizona. This airport offers some of the best cheap flights to Sedona, with 17 airlines offering nonstop service to 80 domestic and 20 international destinations.

It’s about a two-hour drive from the Phoenix airport to Sedona. Travelers can book transportation on the Phoenix Sky Harbor shuttle for less than $50 per person. Shuttles depart on the hour from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Return shuttles from Sedona leave hourly from 4:40 a.m. to 5:40 p.m.

Book a Room With a View of Oak Creek Canyon

Oak Creek Canyon is a major Sedona highlight, located north of the city along highway 89A. The Red Rock Lodge* is so close to the canyon that you can hear Oak Creek running by. Views from the lodge include major landmarks like Elephant Rock and the Giant Thumb. The Matterhorn Inn* features 23 rooms with balconies and terraces that offer views of the canyon, as well. The Cedars Resort enjoys a cliff top location that allows guests to look down on the canyon from a different vantage point.

Stay in Western Sedona for Budget Rates

Some of the most affordable hotels in Sedona are located along 89A on the west side of town. The Best Western Plus Inn of Sedona and Baby Quail Innboth offer a free continental breakfast and free Internet. The Best Western in Sedona even allows pets, so everyone in the family can come along.

Enjoy a Home Rental for Less Than a Hotel

AirBnb features around 150 rentals in the Sedona area. Visitors can rent an entire home or apartment for the same or less than a hotel in the area. Many private rooms are comparable to local hotels, as well. Travelers who want the comforts of home can find ample amenities including full kitchens, private bathrooms, free parking, and a washer and dryer in some units.

Explore Sedona’s Spa Culture

Sedona is a spiritual retreat, sought after for its restful properties. Visitors will find many opportunities for relaxation and rejuvenation, from the Crystal in Sedona private organic spa to Stillpoint…Living in Balance.

Many hotels include on-site spas, so guests don’t have to travel far for a little pampering. The Amara Resort Spa features a relaxation room, steam room, yoga studio, and six private treatment rooms. The Whole Body De-Stress package includes a detoxifying seaweed wrap, papaya facial, and deep tissue massage. The resort’s salt water pool and gourmet Al Fresco dining options allow visitors to continue with self-indulgent rituals throughout the day.

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