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125 Kallof Pl, Sedona, AZ 86336-5566
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#20 of 27 B&Bs / Inns in Sedona
Located In the heart of Sedona Arizona's spectacular red rock country lies a luxury Mission style Bed and Breakfast Inn - The Lodge at Sedona. A secluded haven on three acres of landscaped gardens, mature pines, calming waterfalls and ponds, original art, and a magical meditative labyrinth. Offering luxurious and peaceful accommodation, gourmet cuisine and pampering guest service. Room rates include a delicious and healthy gourmet breakfast.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Yoga classes
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Adults only
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Non-smoking hotel
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EnitAde wrote a review Sep 2021
Bethesda, Maryland2 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a beautiful environment with great views of red rock mountains. Came here with two sisters all seeking to resolve different issues. Mine was my high blood pressure as I’d like to get off my meds. Was convinced to go on a 9 day water fast after doc suggested we watch a video about water fasting. I just completed the water fast yesterday, on juice and water today and start eating tomorrow. Never thought I could do it but managed to without feeling hungry, tired (even though I was sleeping less), no change in mood, no headaches, and still had energy to exercise. However, each person’s experience is different. I love doc’s daughters who help out with the operation and entertain us by playing their violins. Everyone here is nice, helpful and accommodating. The best part is that I went off my BP meds 11 days ago and my BP is actually lower than it was before it became a problem. Praying it stays that way. I just need to stay on the program. I am glad I came and Ive already recommended to others.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
anne w wrote a review Sep 2021
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It's a very special place! I was ready to do a 30 day water fast & 15 day refeed process. I wanted supervision, education, support & aftercare to reach my goals. What I got was so much more!! Best gift I've ever given myself. The teams working at the retreat -- medical, cooking, juicing, cleaning, many layers of retreat support staff, etc. are excellent. They take incredible care of you every step of the way. You are seen daily by a healthcare provider (generally an ND). Initial labs are drawn, then follow-ups, if warranted. There are many therapies guests engaged in as directed or desired: IV therapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, craniosacral therapy, gerson diet, hot/fever therapy, ozone treatments, infrared sauna, medicine wheel & labyrinth, exercise bike, etc. The food & juices were excellent. They creatively put excellent quality, whole, organic foods together in ways they taught me to maintain at home. I experienced healing on multiple & surprising levels - head to toe physical, pain / inflammation, emotional, spiritual, past, etc. with great clarity into my life vision & path ahead. I feel confident about the tools I have to live my best life. I had a particularly strong physical mechanism of healing that occurred during 11 days, in particular. The doctor was extremely supportive in getting me through that & throughout my 45-day stay. The body works, it knows how to heal itself & be healthy. It was incredible to be around so many other retreat guests (all there for various reasons) who were experiencing their own journeys. Guests were a collection of wonderful people of all ages from around the world with all different reasons for coming - chronic disease management; eradicating high blood pressure, high cholesterol diabetes; auto-immune disorder treatment; cancer care; brain injuries; neurological disorders, etc, etc. One after another, these people had commonalities: down-to-earth, interested, loving, supportive, etc. There are plenty of people who healed better with a more socially private experience & each of those people thrived at the retreat as well. Many little things, consistent kindnesses shown by every level of resort staff from the doctor to the cooks & juicers was impressive. They do their work with care & intention. I've never seen a staff more accomodating to guest needs. Each meal or juice is prepped for each guest accomodating their own allergies or preferences. The one consistent comment I heard from guests was, "I really wish I had booked for longer." I heard it from 75% of the people who came & went during my stay at the retreat. Many guests pushed their stays out longer if the retreat could accomodate them. The retreat is a homey, comforting, beautiful resort in one of the most gorgeous settings you'll likely come across in your life. My room was great - very comfortable, had a table & chair so I could work & write; a nice bathroom. I was able to see & do so many things in Sedona. Given my high hopes for what I wanted my water fasting/refeed experience to be like, I'd give it a 10/10. The retreat & staff exceeded my expectations. It was a life-changing, physical & spirt-opening reboot. My body & spirit revitalized far more than what I imagined was possible - from stunning weight loss to getting rid of pain / inflammation (now zero) & deep layers of emotional healing as well as great self-care skills and heightened self-confidence. I feel at peak health now and very educated, motivated & committed to continuing along the path of excellent health. For me, the cooking classes & refeeding process were critical to learn practical, replicatable self-care skills that I can do daily for the rest of my life. I couldn't have asked for more. It was a pleasure to experience all of it!
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Date of stay: August 2021
Room Tip: Stayed upstairs above the main areas - loved it! They are also very accomodating if you need to...
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Georgi F wrote a review Aug 2021
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We ordered through PRICELINE - a room w/ a jacuzzi tub, king-size bed. We walked into a room with a bathroom so small that 2 people could not stand in it at the same time. The small old shower was behind the door and you literally had to almost be sitting on the toilet to open the door. No one was there when we checked in (they sent us an email saying that someone would only be there to check us in between 3 pm-5 pm. We showed up at 3:45- no one was there- office was dark, no notes. I tried to call- no answer. As I was about to leave- there was a small note to the right of the door to leave that said that we could pick up our keys on the side table by the door. Got our keys with a letter that said check-out time was now an hour earlier than what Priceline had advertised. Got to our room- and my stomach immediately got a knot. I could not find the bathroom- thought we did not get one; then saw it behind the entrance to the room. Started to unpack when we saw the first hairs on the pillows on the bed. Then more hairs. Several long black hairs (I'm blonde and mu husband shaved his head). We pulled back the covers to reveal even more- There had to be over 60 long black hairs. I was sickened. At the bottom of the bed were red stains- I was so grossed out I just wanted to get out of there. I called the phone number for the front desk- No Answer- pushed button to leave a message- hung up on me. Called again- the same thing. Called 2nd number for emergencies - No Answer- Left a Message. We went to dinner- a few hours later- getting closer to dark- still no answer. Called again. Nothing. We ventured downstairs to look for clean sheets. We found some cabinets with sheets in them. Not the right size sheets and not blankets, but we grabbed what looked to be cleaned to make a makeshift bed. We sanitized the room and bed with Clorox wipes- put the small sheets to cover the bottom and each had a small sheet to cover up with. That's how we spent out 2 nights. When we came down, there was no management there. The only people we saw who "worked there" were 2 young girls probably around 11-13 years old. They brought us breakfast the first morning. I don't think they spoke much English and we did not want to complain to children. So Disappointed in PRICELINE for advertising and promoting a trashy place like this. We called Priceline to share, and they said they reached out to The Lodge people (after several, several attempts) and they told them that we never called or told them anything was wrong. And get this- the trash room we were baited into- when I looked at the Lodge website was $30/night cheaper than what Priceline charged us.
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Date of stay: May 2021
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Room Tip: Don't Stay Here
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trumpas wrote a review Mar 2021
Chicago, Illinois3 contributions2 helpful votes
Setting is beautiful. However our room was quite dated - the bathroom floor was 2 different style tiles (and not in a artsy way) the grout was dirty or missing. Stained glass window in bath area was old and worn - the caulking missing and frame completely worn/water stained. There may have been an attempt to update the living area but with the lowest quality of materials - very cheap vinyl flooring and ceramic tile around fireplace. we only had 3 hours of wifi during our 2 night stay. Breakfast was OK. This appears to be more of a retreat for people overcoming some life's problems - not really a lodging or hotel. Did not see much of any staff to provide visitor assistance. Tried to provide feedback via Lodge's link for feedback but it is not functional. I feel it was quite overpriced for the accommodations and service. Again the setting is beautiful and could really be a stunning place with a little more updating and servicing of lodge guests
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Date of stay: March 2021
Doreen S wrote a review Mar 2021
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Upon signing up with SWR, please pay attention to the emails and videos prior to arriving. It will ease your way in fully understanding the treatments, modalities, and activities offered here. SWR also includes yoga, cooking classes, meditation, Infrared Sauna, stationary bike, trampoline, and a meditation wheel vortex included on the property to assist in the complete wellness program. Meals and juices are phenomenal here. All plant based meals , 3 meals a day were surprisingly tasty. SWR is conveniently walking distance to Walgreens and Natural Grocers for items that may have been forgotten. Siuwai Isabella, and Dr Ryan are valuable regarding areas to visit and “must sees.” They are all exceptionally warm and friendly visiting the guests. All the staff including Lupe and Brenda housekeepers are attentive to detail, laundry and cleaning. Chefs Kim and Jennifer are attentive to food allergies, likes and dislikes and cook meals. Staff are multi talented as Beautiful! Thank you so much for the opportunity to have been a guest here.
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Date of stay: March 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
AndyJay wrote a review Dec 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
BE VERY CAREFUL when booking your stay at the Sedona Wellness Retreat. This place has a TON of toxic mold and they will LIE TO YOU about it. I called in advance of my stay and asked for confirmation that the place was tested for mold and they said it was tested and was clean. I was dubious when I arrived since it seemed rather dirty and beat up, but they promised it was clean and free of mold. After a month I felt so much sicker, so I tested my room and it was off the charts with toxic mold. Since then I've spoken to a number of other people who also got sick while there, and have also complained about mold. Management gave me a runaround and refused to give me any refund. They said they did their own mold test and it came back perfectly clean, but they refused to give me details about it, I have no way to confirm that it was done at all, or was done correctly, and tere's noo way it was clean compared to the test I myself did. After hearing from others how shady the management is in other ways, I don't trust their word AT ALL. It strikes me as egregiously irresponsible for a wellness retreat to have such a bad problem with toxic mold. Their patients are sick, often immuno-compromised, sometimes with cancer, and they are literally poisoning their staff and their guests/patients. The medical staff was lovely, the food was decent, the scenery was breathtaking, and grounds were nice, the location was great. Too bad they poisoned me and refused to take any responsibility for it. I urge extreme caution when considering whether to stay at this place, especially if you have any health problems.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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Angie W wrote a review Dec 2020
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I came to the Sedona Wellness Retreat to do an extended water fast for healing, based on the Biblical principles of the power of prayer and fasting. I had just been diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer, and the medical doctors didn't offer much hope for recovery. With the help and encouragement from EVERYONE here, I was able to fast for 20 days! The medical staff carefully monitored my bloodwork, urine, vitals, etc. throughout my entire stay, and checked in with me twice a day. During the first couple of weeks of the fast, the pain in my chest was often over 10 on a 1-10 pain scale. By the end of the fast, it was typically at 1-3 on the pain scale! The people here are wonderful--so very caring and compassionate, willing to help me with anything I needed during my stay! Once I started feeling better, I was able to spend more time with the other guests. What a blessing! This was exactly the place that God wanted me to come and find healing and rest.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Traveled solo
Coxx110 wrote a review Sep 2020
2 contributions1 helpful vote
First of all, it’s during the plandemic so I understand all the precautions however... Not one employee including the chef was wearing a mask. There are signs everywhere stating mask are required. Room. We stayed in the Red Rock Suite, visually unappealing based on the exploding palette of colors; nothing matched. Bed. 4” foam topper made it way to soft to sleep and the head board banged the wall every time you’d roll over. Imagine what happened during romantic times. Floor. Painted tile so it easily comes off and stuck to your feet and then of course gets in the bed. Rugs were very dated and stained. Location. The rooms location is right next to the office so every time you open your door, the employees are sitting or standing right there. Every window including the four in the bathroom, are facing a common area. Hot tub. The description leads you to believe the hot tub is private. There is zero privacy and it’s approximately 20’ out of the bathroom door in a common area. It is a wellness retreat and not at all a “romantic getaway”!
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Nicole V wrote a review May 2020
Eugene, Oregon109 contributions26 helpful votes
After 15 years, my boyfriend and I were finally able to get away for a single night for our anniversary. We chose the King Crossing Suite at the Lodge. This room is huge and beautiful with craftsman style decor. The bed pillows were the most comfortable pillows I've ever used. (Seriously. Where did you get them?) The staff was friendly when we checked in and had even called me a couple hours ahead of time to give me instructions in case we were a bit late and missed the normal check-in time. They gave us a tour of the property, which is quite nice. Now, on to why I didn't give this place 5 stars... First, the hot tub that is billed as "private" is only private in that it is reserved for the guests in the King Crossing suite. You need to walk about 15 feet out the back door of the suit to get to the hot tub enclosure. Of the 4 sides of said enclosure, only one side provides true privacy. Two sides are a tall fence that has gaps and the fourth side is a 3.5 foot fence and over looks the windows of the office. This lack of true privacy would not have been a deal-breaker, we just wish we had been told the truth. Second, the 2-headed "spa" shower: One of the shower heads was stuck on a setting that literally felt like I was getting pelted with needles. We were unable to adjust it. Finally, while the room is dead quiet during the night, don't plan on sleeping in. It is right next to the front desk and you will know the moment people start moving around in the morning. Also, this property does "wellness retreats" that engage in pseudoscience (coffee enemas, anyone?) and I feel uncomfortable spending my money at a business that promotes this.
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Date of stay: January 2020
Sleep Quality
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Inspire65922392860 wrote a review Feb 2020
5 contributions2 helpful votes
Enjoyed our stay. Lovely room with fireplace. Friendly staff. Nice getaway. We had a healthy breakfast before the start of our day. Very quiet and peaceful. I was able to relax and enjoy our stay. They also offered add-ons when booking our room.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Lodge at Sedona
Which popular attractions are close to The Lodge at Sedona?
Nearby attractions include Mexidona (0.3 miles), Intuitive Wellness Center Sedona Az (0.2 miles), and Ivory Angelic (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Lodge at Sedona?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at The Lodge at Sedona?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a fireplace.
What food & drink options are available at The Lodge at Sedona?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at The Lodge at Sedona?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Lodge at Sedona?
Conveniently located restaurants include Senor Bob's Hot Dogs, Burgers & Subs, Coffee Pot Restaurant, and Picazzo's Healthy Italian Kitchen.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Lodge at Sedona?
Yes, guests have access to yoga classes during their stay.
Does The Lodge at Sedona have an airport shuttle?
Yes, The Lodge at Sedona offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are pets allowed at The Lodge at Sedona?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to The Lodge at Sedona?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Honanki (9.5 miles).
Is The Lodge at Sedona accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.