A Sunset Chateau was our last stop on our hiking trip out west. After amazing experiences and strenuous workouts we were delivered to a place of spiritual renewal. The property is spacious and beautifully appointed. There was an aura of tranquility and peace. The staff was friendly, helpful and professional. The breakfasts were delicious and the in room massage offered as an addition was just the perfect way to end our adventure. By the way the bedding was also luxurious. I highly recommend and will certainly go there again.
My daughter and I were on a cross country road trip to celebrate her graduating college and I booked the Sunset Chateau for our stay in Sedona after reading the reviews. Boy am I glad I did. This place is fantastic! The room was well appointed and beautifully decorated with artwork and furnishings. The place was spotless and cozy. The beds were comfortable and everything was updated. And the view from our room was unbelievable (see picture)! The inner courtyard was spectacular. Everywhere you walked there were flowers, metal sculptures, water features, fire tables, and comfortable sitting areas. It was stunning! The salt pool was refreshing after a hike too. The cafe where breakfast was served was so nice and the breakfast was amazing. We tried the daily specials and they were so flavorful. The owner/staff stopped at our table and gave excellent suggestions for our morning hike (we saw a roadrunner during it!). The Sunset Chateau was conveniently located for hiking the airport mesa loop and easy to get in and out of. Their thoughtful attention to detail was truly amazing. The Sunset Chateau truly was a magical place that I cannot recommend enough. I will be back! …
The property was well maintained and you could tell a lot of love was put into the design. The location worked great for our needs, and I loved our view from the balcony. Breakfast was great. Would recommend. Would stay again.
Rooms and property meticulously perfect. The views from our suite was outstanding. Great location, close to shopping and sightseeing. The free breakfast is great. There is a pool, lounge chairs and jacuzzi.
An incredible B&B in a gorgeous setting!! Stayed 2 nights but wished we had planned to stay longer. Within walking distance to numerous hiking trails. Breakfast was home made and delicious. No bar, but sold chilled wine by the bottle at reasonable prices
The grounds are beautiful with many different areas to sit. There are hammocks and swings, cabanas and a fire pit and pool. The breakfast each day was delicious. The rooms are spacious and have a stove top, microwave, utensils and small fridge. The view is amazing. It is located in a nice area with restaurants and stores nearby. we booked for 3 nights but we loved it so much that we ended up booking another night. We had to change rooms but they were more than accommodating . We will definitely be back
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. The place was beautiful, clean and well equipped with great views of the Red Rocks. It was conveniently located near many restaurants, shops and attractions. The breakfast was very good, although we wish it started sooner than 8:30. We would definitely stay here again and would highly recommend to everyone.
Fantastic location. Accessible and friendly staff. Beautiful views from resort. Great access to outdoor activities. Resort's qualified and long-standing partnership with local vendors (e.g. hot air balloon rides, atv rentals, etc.) made booking excursions very easy. Both excursions taken were excellent quality.
This really was a nice place. But when there’s an ISSUE, it can impact my overall rating. The Vista Montana suite (we stayed in room 20) was lovely. The bed was really comfortable, the view was great, from the spacious, well-equipped deck with that incredible red rocks view. Lots of attention to detail here. The deck had a table and chairs in addition to two chaise lounges, and they really figured out privacy by providing a high enough wall to prevent you from seeing your adjacent neighbors. Location is great - mostly quiet residential area, but very close to restaurants and shops at the big 89A intersection. Adjacent city park can occasionally be noisy. The electric fireplace was a nice touch, it worked well and didn’t add heat and provided a nice faux flame. Television was huge (we didn’t use it) and seemed to offer plenty of channels, plus the streaming service options. Bathroom was also really nice with a jetted tub, nice shower, good pressure, double vanity sinks, and great smelling bath products. Check in was smooth, and the gentleman at the front desk was helpful and accommodating (we asked for cream for the coffee and he provided fresh, not just the little creamers normally in the room). I think that was Mr. Buillet. I liked him. And the room was really clean. In the morning, it was so nice and peaceful on the nice private deck with that view, the comfortable lounge chairs, so serene. And not humid, just so pleasant. Then around 10 AM, the landscaping starts. 11. Noon. Almost the entire time, you hear the sound of gas powered trimmers and such. We actually called to ask if they could stop, or find out when would they be done, and the woman we spoke with said she’d ask the guy to move to a location farther away. Which he did for a very short while. We had left to do sightseeing, came back, still the landscaper. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 PM, still going. We didn’t say anything. BUT there was a knock at the door that evening, and it was the woman we’d talked to saying we had called to apologize for not providing housekeeping service. We didn’t call, because we DID get housekeeping service, which was quite good, actually. So we explained we didn’t call, and whomever did call had to get the room number wrong. We took the opportunity to bring up the landscaping saying wow, the landscapers are still going now. Well, the response from this woman was a lot less than ideal for us. There was an initial apology, followed by a series of explanations. She really kind of pushed the idea that we shouldn’t be complaining about the gardener and the noise between 10 and 3 because well it could’ve been from 8 AM to 6 PM, when they normally work. A whole lot of other things that went wrong in that conversation and it really rubbed me the wrong way. She could’ve just left it at sorry but she didn’t. She continued talking. “Well I had to send the one guy home, so the other guy was by himself.” So basically what, we’re lucky that it could’ve been worse? I mean we’re paying $450 a night and we have no option for not hearing landscaping noise during the entire day every single day because they have a landscaper here daily, is that correct? Here’s a summary of the message I heard: A) The landscapers are on premises 7 days a week, and for longer hours than even we experienced (“you’re lucky it was only 10-5 today because it’s normally roughly 8 AM to 6 PM..). What prompted that statement was our question why can’t they do it during the week instead of the weekend when they likely have so many more guests. B) We inconvenienced the resort by saying something about it (“I had to send one of the workers home so you could enjoy your day without their noise, so that put extra work on the remaining landscaper”). C) The reason for the daily landscaping is that people complain if the grounds don’t look good. I’ll do some research to see if i buy that. There are under 25 rooms, the grounds are large but not huge and we’ve stayed at resorts with hundreds of rooms that we don’t hear landscapers. But nobody complains that the sound of the equipment puts a damper on an otherwise serene experience? And I checked the reviews, the only mentions of landscaping relate to the nicely manicured grounds, not the nose. But people HAVE mentioned the other noise issues that come from the adjacent city park (children playing primarily) or the dump trucks in the morning. So you’d think SOMEONE would mention landscaping noise if they’re there every day all day, particularly if people mention other types of noise. You sit there in a lovely resort in laid back Sedona but that noise is a little more than incongruous with that vibe. It’s a little hard to ignore. We probably wouldn’t return.…
Enjoyed our stay very much. Great location very near 89A. The view from our room was so nice for sunrise and sunset. Fire pit area and bed swing very inviting. Pool seemed to need sprucing up. Breakfast late at 8:30-10 am. Food good, but could use healthier choices added.