$15 per day resort fees. This isn't a resort, just an outdoor pool. Needs updated lobby. Low toilet seats- probably not ADA approved. NO Housekeeping if you stay multiple days. Watch out for consierge- she'll try to sign you up for a 2 hour sakes pitch.
This hotel has rooms with a coffee maker, refrigerator, microwave, small cook top & all utensils for a few days stay. The bed was large and comfortable, separated from kitchen/LR area. Nice grounds and swimming pools. There's no restaurant tho. Be aware the strong coffee packet is jolting.
Bell Rock Inn is an older timeshare resort that needs room updates, but everything was very clean and sanitized. Social distancing was advised and masks were mandatory inside of any buildings. The pools were fantastic and our granddaughters had a great time. The central location of this resort just outside the Sedona city limits was ideal. The resort is located within close proximity of the famous Bell Rock with excellent hiking/walking options. Tammy and Nora in the office were EXTREMELY helpful in making our week's stay enjoyable! Tammy helped with tour options, and Nora was an excellent front desk representative!
For $89 a night and only paid $250+ for two nights (including other fees), the room we got was what we exactly needed for two adults and two kids. The room was small, but it has a kitchenette (stovetop, microwave, big refrigerator, toaster, blender, plates, cutlery, glasses, pans, coffee maker). Towels (including pool towels), sheets, toiletries, mini bottles of shampoo/conditioner, soap, paper towels, were included. We cooked quick meals for breakfast so we don't have to go out and eat with the crowd. The studio has one king bed and a sofa bed which were perfect for our family. There is a small dining area attached to the kitchnette and enjoyed our meals and card games at night. There is a private small patio, and our view downstairs was facing a little bit of the Bell Rock view. There were small issues, but not big enough to make our stay bad. Would definitely stay there again. The small pool made our kids happy. The location was about 2 miles away from Sedona's center which is actually good to stay away from the crowd and busy streets.
We've stayed here at least a half dozen times since 2006-7. Our most recent stay was very enjoyable. This was our first time on the first floor, we enjoyed the walk out patio and the pool - however the walls are pretty thin and we could hear kids screaming in the pool all evening. Our first 5 times or so were always on the second floor, so we were expecting a larger room with a fireplace - but there wasn't one in our room. Not a big deal.
The property always seems to be under renovation of some sort during every stay over the years.. But they were quiet and in another building. This used to be such a beautiful property before Diamond Resorts purchased it, but the price is right.
First time visitors: DO NOT visit the concierge after check in, it's a timeshare trap! Politely, but firmly be on your way out of the lobby. After Diamond Resorts International purchased this property, we stayed a few times, did the timeshare, stayed again the following year... and EVERY week, sometimes EVERY day for 11 years someone from Diamond Resorts International would call my cell. Even after telling them not to, they'd call from a slightly different number and a slightly different name... BUT IT ALL LEADS BACK TO DIAMOND RESORTS INTERNATIONAL!
Give them a fake number and email address. Have a third party like Hotels.com or some other company handle your reservation - BUT DO NOT GIVE THEM YOUR CONTACT INFO. They are relentless. You're welcome!