Stunning red rock formations, hiking trails for days, spiritual healing modalities, and so much more await you in Sedona, Arizona. This quirky city has long been a popular destination among open-minded and outdoorsy travelers and is even believed to be one of the Earth’s strongest energy vortexes.
If you’ve already checked out this guide to Sedona, chances are you’re ready to start looking for places to stay. Since we’ve already covered the best Airbnbs here, it’s time to provide an epic list of the best boutique hotels in Sedona.
Ready to find your next home away from home? These places might make you never want to leave Sedona:
1. Orchards Inn
This cozy inn has a clean, contemporary feel, with white adobe walls and a more modern take on Southwestern decor. Offering guests breezy balconies perfect for soaking in the Sedona sunshine, Orchards Inn has mastered the art of highlighting the great outdoors.
Beyond having fantastic views of the mountains from every room, this is the ideal spot for visitors who are enthusiastic about hitting the hiking trails. Orchards Inn offers guests a Red Rock trails pass (for a small fee), along with a number of tours that you can book through the hotel. One of them that looks exciting is the pink Jeep tour through Sedona and its backcountry.
This stylish inn is pet-friendly and has an impressive selection of rooms of every size, making it just right for just about everyone, from solo travelers to families.
2. Creekside Inn
If you’re looking for a small, cozy bed-and-breakfast that specializes in warm hospitality, look no further than Creekside Inn. The common areas have a cabin feel, while the rooms are decked out with modern decor and stellar amenities, like spa bathtubs and flat-screen TVs.
These features are sweet and all, but the primary reasons why so many guests love their stay at Creekside Inn are the outstanding breakfast and wonderful outdoor spaces. The inn doesn’t just serve basic continental breakfasts but rather specializes in providing guests with a wow factor: fresh, local ingredients and generous portions.
Like other boutique hotels on this list, Creekside Inn is close enough to downtown Sedona to be reachable on foot, but far away enough that it remains quaint and connected to nature. The large patio deck faces a beautiful yard with mountain views, which guests report was one of their favorite places to relax.
Creekside Inn does not allow children or pets,…