My family of six stayed at Arabella in July, 2022. The hotel is centrally located, the grounds are beautiful, lovely views, great breakfast, and overall a wonderful experience. I highly recommend going on the 2 minute hike on the trail behind the hotel, where the views are amazing. Take a glass of your favorite drink and enjoy the stars and views.
This hotel was a pleasant surprise! It has a mid-century feel to it, which is appropriate since much of it was build in the 60's. It's bigger than it appears from the road. The grounds were well maintained and with two pools, there was a relaxing feel to them. The room was clean, comfortable, and updated. We enjoyed a pretty balcony over-looking the main pool, with a stunning view of Sedona and the red rocks. Guests were enjoying sitting on the main patio around a fire in the evening. A buffet breakfast is included, and it was good. The staff was friendly. The hotel is well managed. Looking for an affordable, relaxing time in Sedona, I highly recommend Arabella!
It was our first visit at the Arebella Resort and we absolutely loved our stay there. The room was nice and comfy, the grounds are well kept and so charming, breakfast was really yummy. A beautiful trail right from their parking lot was one of the highlight of our stay! And Patricia at the front desk took such good care of us. She was so attentive to our needs and gave us an amazing first impression of the Arabella Resort! We even had root beer floats our first night there! Always a winner with kids. We will definitely be back!
This is a very pretty property in a perfect location in Sedona. It has its own walking trail with a spectacular view, a fitness room, two pools and hot tubs, balcony and/or patio for each room. It was clean and comfortable. Staff was friendly and helpful. Breakfast was included and was fresh and delicious.
Beautiful views, great hotel near everything. Cheryl, Terri, Modesty, and Donald were super helpful at breakfast and always friendly. Rooms were clean and easily fit our family of 4. Would absolutely come back and recommend this hotel.
My mom and I stayed overnight to get away from the valley heat. We loved our stay so much! Everyone was so helpful beginning with Patricia who checked us in. Jackie went above and beyond when we asked for directions and the best places to visit for certain experiences of Sedona. She was specific to our needs and desires. We absolutely loved the sunset view trail right on the property. I can’t wait to go back with my family. The kids will love it!
The hotel is was very nice and very clean, the staff is pleasant and accommodating with nice views from various parts of the property. There are 3 buildings and depending on price point you have regular room or you can upgrade to a balcony overlooking the pool courtyard. We were on first floor in building with the front desk. There are 2 pools and they have daily events. Also there is .25 trails from the property to an overlook to see the sunset. We did not get a chance to do this one. The rooms were pretty standard and on par with most chains like Hampton Inn etc. They were clean and maintained. They also have bikes you can use. The hotel is less than a mile from Uptown and within walking distance of some shops and restaurants. It is .5 mile to Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village a 10 minute walk. They do serve breakfast and they have eggs, muffins, cereal coffee, oatmeal, Muesli and fruits. A decent choice. However they put out only four tortilla shells to make like an egg burrito. They did not have toast or bagels. Not sure if this was supply issues or the way they do it but that would be a nice thing to have a toaster with some bread options. Overall a nice place and would stay again.…
We stayed on the 2nd level, with our balcony facing the courtyard. This is basically a converted motel so *choose your room wisely* -- some rooms are noisier and face the parking lots. So our room ("premium courtyard") was great and had a lovely view of the pool and mountains beyond. I enjoyed sitting on the balcony and taking in the view. The hotel has a lovely, communal nature to it. The main courtyard is very social at night, with people sharing stories over cocktails. The same is true in the morning, as the breakfast room is just off the courtyard. This hotel has GREAT coffee. The staff are friendly. My kids loved the pool. Overall, people might complain that this is an expensive place for basically a motor lodge, but keep in mind Sedona is expensive. I would recommend the Arabella.…
The staff is great and the property is really pretty however we had three issues: 1) The weatherstripping needs to be replaced under the room doors (we had the same issue last year and it still was not updated). The broken/cracked/gapped weather stripping allows light/dirt and noise to infiltrate the rooms which effects your room rest. 2) Our toilet needs to be better attached to the floor. Each time we used it the whole bowl wobbled and tilted and we only weigh 120/150lbs! 3) This third issue is perhaps the most bothersome... The Arabella has decided to play club like lounge music all day at the pool. It was borderline obnoxious. Instead of looking at the beautiful mountains and landscaping we felt like we were in a Las Vegas club. We don't remember this happening last year and we hope mgnt. addresses this for future guests. Low peaceful background music would be welcomed and would be more fitting for what we thought this property and Sedona was about.…
The hotel is very clean, the view is lovely and the staff is pleasant and accomodating. Breakfast is much more than grab and go and very satisfying. Shops and restaurants are within walking distance. We will definitely consider staying here again.