The bed was so comfortable. The breakfast and coffee every morning was delicious and if we left early for day trips Lori arranged for us to have a to-go breakfast. Very sweet, helpful and polite. She even arranged our train trip so we didn’t have too We had a great stay here for 9 nights. We can’t wait to stay again. Thanks so much to all at Alma de Sedona for all of your hospitality!
This quiet property, set in a part of West Sedona less touristy, was just what we needed after the bustle of the Grand Canyon. Our room, Settler's Pine, was spacious and clean, allowing us to settle in quickly. As one review pointed out, only two pillows are on the bed, but the review forgot to mention that there are extra ones in the closet. After a early morning hike, we loved sitting by the pool, which because it was low season, allowed us to relax by ourselves. Both innkeepers were welcoming and helpful. Lori especially offered on point recommendations--she has a gift for listening to your needs and determining what might be interesting to you. This property is well-loved by repeat visitors. For runners, a trail is less than a quarter of a mile away--easy to get to and explore before breakfast.…
My husband and I took a trip to Sedona in December. This was our first time visiting and we were so happy we stayed at the Alma de Sedona Inn! There are so many great things about this place: the room was quiet, clean and comfortable, the grounds were beautiful and scenic, the location was perfect, breakfast was delicious, and the host, Lori, was so personable and helpful! We highly recommend this amazing Inn and look forward to going back again soon.
I brought a small group of 16 people in 9 rooms for a week's stay at Alma de Sedona. It worked out perfectly, exceeding all my expectations! Lori (the manager) was attentive to all my needs in making the arrangements from the very beginning. Once we arrived, Almira was our on-site Hostess for our entire stay. Almira is a true gem, and completely gave us 100%+ impeccable service. Nothing was too much to ask! Hats-Off to Almira to making our stay so special!! The rooms are spacious, the beds super-comfortable, bathrooms clean, and the views are amazing! The location was perfect, being slightly on the edge of all the traffic and hustle of downtown Sedona, giving an exceptionally quiet experience. The breakfast each day was extraordinary. Alberto the chef, puts his heart into his creations, and it clearly shows! Thank you Alberto for starting us off so deliciously each morning! Alma de Sedona is a wonderful place to experience Sedona!…
This B&B is conveniently located in West Sedona just a couple blocks off the main highway. We stayed in the Romantic Reflections room. Although the B&B's website showed that this room would have a view of the buttes, the trees had grown large enough that it was only a partial filtered view. However, that made the patio very private - surrounded by plants and the red rocks of Sedona. It made for a very peaceful place to sit. The room itself was very large and had 2 luggage racks! How great as there were 2 of us. Huge bathroom with a really nice shower. Breakfast was delicious. We enjoyed our stay very much and intend to stop here again next time we go to Sedona.
We were one of four couples who enjoyed a reunion here. We all loved the spacious rooms with beautiful views! We also enjoyed the sitting area and were allowed to gather there in the evenings. Lori was a great welcomer and told us all about Sedona and what was nearby. Breakfast was good and it was nice that the Thunder Mountain trailhead was within walking distance.
Stayed for 4 nights late October 2022. Stayed in Casa Blanca room, very spacious and great view from balcony. Staff very friendly. Loved the kettle in room, sometimes it's the little things. Only made it to breakfast twice as were up early for early morning hikes but if you let them know in advance they will give a to go breakfast for the following morning. I liked that we weren't staying in uptown as more quiet, walking distance to nicks restaurant and oak creek brewing. Downtown Sedona is very busy. 2 restaurants we'd recommend are Tamaliza Cafe great authentic Mexican and Golden Goose for dinner, dinner reservations are hard to come by but I got a same day reservation for 5 pm. During our trip to Sedona we hiked devils bridge (worth it), airport Mesa, cathedral rock (sketchy), soldiers pass and bell tower. Recommend pink jeep broken arrow tour and my bucket list red rock balloons. Sedona is perfect 3-4 day trip …
Guest service, the inn keeper Almira, was beyond outstanding and welcoming, not to mention, the breakfast was deliciously fantastic, location was just perfect (nearby to a lot of great shops and restaurants as well as hundreds of hiking and outdoor activities), and B&B views were top notch mesmerizing. The overall experience was wonderfully worth it. My hubby and I definitely look forward to our return here!
Alma se Sedona Inn was the perfect choice for our visit to Sedona. The location is close to many restaurants and trailheads. Our room was clean, but could use some updating. Breakfast was amazing, not your typical eggs and bacon fare. The innkeepers were knowledgeable and gave recommendations for restaurants, trailheads, tours, etc. We loved Gerald’s Italian restaurant.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Good location to trails and town, outside of downtown. The rooms have a comfy large bed, two large reclining chairs, great shower and very quiet. Lorie does a great job managing. Breakfasts were excellent and unique every day. I highly recommend.