AAA 4-Diamond Inn featured on Travel Channel's "Best of the Best Hotels & Inns" series. Panoramic Red Rock views. Designed by a Frank Lloyd Wright protege. Quiet, romantic and relaxing.
Southwest-style inn faces the highlands desert, with unmatched bedside views of Sedona's red rocks. A luxury B&B providing exceptional guest service. All rooms have private or semi-private patios or balconies.
One of the most beautiful spots in Arizona. Cottages nestled on 9 spectacular acres on sparkling Oak Creek. Warm, generous hospitality. A real gem!
A Sunset Chateau sits on a hilltop overlooking Sedona's famous red rock mountains. Spacious 600+ square foot suites start at only $199 a night. Amenities includes pool, spa, stream, conference room, fireplaces, 2 person Jacuzzi tubs, kitchens & more.
A secluded B&B oasis with luxurious amenities including pool, spa, steam room, gardens, creeks & trails, exquisite meals, happy hour and the utmost in hospitality. Great location for weddings, reunions and retreats.
Sedona's only AAA 4 diamond B&B on Oak Creek. Luxury, romance & culinary delights await you. A Select Registry Member & Mobil 3 Star rated.
El Portal redefines the bed & breakfast experience. A private retreat of exceptional quality. Authentic 1910 adobe architecture, 1900-1930 furnishings, finest food and wines, and a fabulous location. A pet friendly hotel located in Sedona's Arts District.
Come and experience a different type of getaway! Fodor's "best value in Oak Creek Canyon!" In a spectacular canyon with red rock views. Cozy western cedar cabins have queen beds, full kitchens, fireplaces whirlpool tubs, decks & patios with gas grills.
Rated Prescott's #1 B&B for ten years running; 11 guest rooms in 3 guesthouses, and an A-frame Lodge that sleeps up to 8, on over an acre of gardens, ponderosa pines & majestic Deodar cedars. Wi-fi, DVD library, BBQ's. Some rooms have fireplaces & kitchenettes.
You're invited to stay at the Abineau Lodge, a country inn and B&B just south of Flagstaff, Arizona. We offer you a unique experience that you won't find inside the city limits. This is what mountain living is all about.