Finding an ideal resort in Sedona does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Sedona Pines Resort, a nice option for travelers like you.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Sedona Pines Resort offers guests free wifi.
The resort features a concierge. Plus, Sedona Pines Resort offers a pool and a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for an Italian restaurant, consider a visit to Bella Vita Ristorante, which is not far from Sedona Pines.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Exposures International Gallery of Fine Art, Renee Taylor Gallery, or Son Silver West Gallery, which are popular art galleries amongst tourists.
Sedona Pines Resort puts the best of Sedona at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Resort staff wasn’t cheerful nor particularly helpful. The resort entrance isn’t lit and easily missed in the dark. (The sunset shortly after 6 p.m. in October.) Unit numbers are displaced on a foot-high rock in black numbers, also unlit, making it hard to see in the dark. An overpriced Italian restaurant is the only dining option on site. Bed was ok, pillows were lumpy, pool and hottub were nice. Location on edge of West Sedona was perfect.
Excellent location. Units are small but very clean. Amenities are more than adequate. We really liked the hot tub(s), pool, and free laundry facilities. Staff was very helpful. I didn’t like “sales pitch” upon arrival.
It was a nice place to stay if you wanted to get away from the traffic and hassle of town. Also, saw things I wouldn't have seen if I had stayed somewhere else. The towns and sights around the area are as valuable as Sadona.
The paper towles were the cheapest thin towles we have ever seen. The beds were very nice. would have been great to have an automatic ice maker. It would be nice to have both bedrooms in the same facility. The design of the facility could have been better.
Nice Resort, but Sedona is now a mini-Vegas. Full of traffic, lights, shops, and crap like that. I'll never go there again. It's a shame that one of the wonders of the world (in my mind anyway) has been converted into a shopping mall. Hard to get close to the "ROCKS" because everywhere now is private property. The few public parks have hardly ANY parking. Shame, Shame, Shame...as a comparison, imagine Yosemite or the Grand Canyon with a shopping mall running down the middle and million dollars homes perched on the Red Rocks...Ridiculous!