We stayed at this hotel 3 nights the first time on an vacation to Arizona. We liked it well enough to return for an additional night on our return to Phoenix. The hotel is located out of the main "touristy" part of Sedona. If you want to be right in the middle of things, this hotel is probably not a good choice for you. It is on one of the main streets of Sedona and getting around was not a problem at all, it's just not right in the middle of the touristy things.
The room we had was a 2 queen suite with a balcony. Our room was on the second floor and we did have a little view of the red rocks that everyone comes to this area to see. It wasn't a great view-across the street and over several businesses, but still a view. The balcony was adequate size with table and chairs, but faced the main road, so not really a place to spend a lot of time. There are no elevators, so if climbing one story is an issue, request a lower room.
The room itself was large and roomy. We had a fireplace, which we did not use (July-Aug visit.) The queen beds were separated from the sitting area by a half wall/counter area. The sitting area had table/chairs/sofa sleeper. Counter area had fridge and microwave. Bathroom was commode and shower area. Double vanities were outside the bathroom off to the side of the sleeping area. Room was clean enough. Nice flatscreen TV, but oddly placed half way between sleeping area and sitting area. Room was clean; linens were fine.
Hotel service was responsive and helpful. There is a concierge available to help arrange tours/activities and answer questions. We had a problem with our air conditioning not working properly and the staff came quickly to check. They were unable to fix the problem, but the room was not unbearable. Our bill was adjusted.
Breakfast was okay-scrambled eggs, sausage, waffle maker, usual assortment of cereals and pastry. Not great, but not bad. A little variety would be nice.
Pool area was standard hotel pool.
My only real complaint about this hotel is the noise. The walls must be thin. The street noise from 89 (I think) was enough to keep us awake and awaken us in the morning. A room facing the side street might be better if noise bothers you. Obviously, this wasn't a major issue or we wouldn't have returned for another visit.
Overall, a good hotel at a very good rate for the Sedona area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- At Sedona Real Inn and Suites, you can expect service from people that actually care and great amenities at very affordable rates, any season of the year. A complimentary hot & delicious breakfast is waiting for you every morning, in addition to totally free WiFi and ample parking. Our concierge is like a trusted friend, helping you create the perfect Sedona adventure. Sedona Real strives to offer the best combination of value, luxury and service in Sedona accommodations. A family-owned independent Sedona hotel, Sedona Real features 42 rooms and 47 amenity-rich, freshly decorated suites, many with private patios or balconies, and hot tubs in the rooms. Every room and suite offers hi-def flat screen LCD TVs, nine-foot ceilings that make the rooms feel even larger than they are and exceptionally comfy beds. The hotel's amenities also include an outdoor pool, spa and workout room. If you are looking for warm hospitality in a beautiful Red Rock setting, Sedona Real Inn & Suites is the 'Sedona Hotel' for your family! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sedona Real Hotel Sedona
- Sedona Real Inn