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My wife and I stayed in the Far Pavilion room 3 nights . Tastefully furnished, comfy bed, gas fire pace, balcony overlooking beautiful rock formations. Very good breakfast. Manager Lori made us fell at home. Good location .
Recently we went on a 4 night women's business retreat (6 ladies). From the moment we arrived, we felt the warm welcome. We arrived very late so the keys were all sorted and our rooms were ready for us with lamps on and the patio...More
1 Thank Amy G
Response from lr29, General Manager at Alma de Sedona Inn Bed & BreakfastResponded 7 November 2017
Thank you Amy! I loved having you girls here for the 4 days! I hope you get to come back again and do another adventure in Sedona!
Room had a knock-out view with lovely balcony. We spent the heat of the afternoons just lounging and staring and that amazing view. Walk to great trailhead. The labyrinth and meditation garden were such a treat. The breakfasts were plentiful and tasty, and fresh ice...More
The location was good and views of the room were as advertised. However, when you book a B&B its the little extras that make the stay worth the price you pay. The coffee in the room is the same as you would find in Motel...More
Lovely room and great bed, however, the smell of mildew and a very loud air conditioner made for a mixed blessing overnight in Sedona. Fortunately we were able to open the patio door and let the warm breeze clear the smell so that we could...More
Response from Michelle A | Reviewed this property |
I was in a room called "Del Sol" first floor. There was a large red rock formation in the distance from one window - not from patio but you could see the labyrinth, hear the babbling brook and the western quail sing. Other... More
I was in a room called "Del Sol" first floor. There was a large red rock formation in the distance from one window - not from patio but you could see the labyrinth, hear the babbling brook and the western quail sing. Other rooms might have better views - asks Lori. Room perfect for wheelchair as it was large and a very large handicap accessible bathroom. Parking VERY accessible to this room with no steps. A short walk or drive to Thunder mountain walking trail with gorgeous red rocks on an accessible walking path. Enjoy!