My wife and I and a friend just completed a week at the Hyatt.
It's location really can't be beat in Sedona. It's at what the locals call the "Y"--where 179 and 89A meet in downtown Sedona. There are exceptional views from many of the units, but certainly not all. We were fortunate enough to have a unit which did have those exceptional views. The unit we had was a master and a lockoff. Both were spacious and comfortable and tastefully decorated in what you might think of as a Western ranch style. The lockoff has its own relatively small patio and chairs, the master has a much larger one. In our case, the lockoff did not have much of a view, but the master had an outstanding view.
There were, however, a few things we found disappointing. Because there are a number of stores/restaurants/art galleries in the commercial space on the property, parking can sometimes be a bit of a challenge, especially during "store hours." We were very surprised that our unit's kitchen did not have a disposal (even though if you do call the front desk and leave your trash outside your door, they will come and pick it up). But space was scrimped on in the kitchen area. The plastic trash container was small and somewhat cramped under the sink and there was, for all practical purposes no storage for grocery items (just two small drawers near the dishwasher), so we ended up using the fairly sizable kitchen counter as the place to put our grocery items. Three more drawbacks. My wife likes to have grab bars in showers. Our shower didn't have any. The clock in the bedroom was pretty much useless because you couldn't read its digital numbers under just about any condition. Finally, it was very difficult to access the electrical outlets near the bed in the master bedroom. They were placed at the head of the bed and in the middle. In order to get access to them I had to slide the bed itself away from the wall and then use an extension cord (we always bring extension cords with us) in order to plug in two medical devices that my wife and I use each night. Many hotels get around this sort of problem by having electrical outlets in the base of their lamps on the bedside tables. The Hyatt, alas, makes it challenging to do what needed to be done.
Except for the lack of a stove and having only a relatively small refrigerator, the lockoff overall was quite good.
The staff was welcoming and very helpful throughout.
If we have a chance, we'd definitely try to book into the Hyatt again.
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