We found Sedona Pines through RCI. We liked the reviews on Trip Advisor and the fact that Pines was not in the heart of uptown Sedona. Its quiet and tranquil atmosphere is exactly what we city kids needed. You will need rental car, but you're located just a few minutes from grocery stores, pharmacies, gas stations, etc. The fresh air and the views from certain areas of the resort are amazing. Early one morning, we saw hot air balloons traveling overhead. (By the way, you must take a balloon ride while you're here. Breathtaking!) The individual cottages had just enough room for the two of us and gave us the privacy that a hotel probably could not. Request (as we did) to stay in one of the newly renovated cottages. Wood floors, updated appliances, full kitchen and intimate dining area in the living room made our stay enjoyable. The only reason Sedona Pines gets four instead of five stars is due to a "hiccup" that occurred when we arrived at our first cottage. There was an issue with the shower that should have been detected beforehand. However, the friendly staff found us another cottage (same amenities), and all was well. Traveler tip: Before you unpack at any hotel/resort (no matter how nice), check that all of the appliances and other amenities are functional. Would we stay there again? You bet. The folks there are really nice and try their best to make your visit a comfortable one. As you've probably read in other reviews, the grounds are very well maintained. By the way, we loved the on site Bistro! I'll write a separate review for them.
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- Sedona Pines Hotel Sedona