Adobe Village Inn
Why We Love This Hotel
- Larger than the average B&B -- great for a romantic escape
- Many of the spacious and warmly styled guest rooms have fireplaces, and all come with free Wi-Fi
- The complimentary three-course breakfast changes daily and local, organic coffee is standard
- The outdoor pool and hot tub are surrounded by stunning landscaping
The Adobe Village Inn is really one of the best ways to experience Sedona: picturesque, desert decor; gorgeous vistas; a relaxing setting; and free-flowing local coffee at the delicious three-course complimentary breakfast.
Desert decor is strong in each guest room, but never crosses over into cheesy, and gas fireplaces are perfect on a cold night, especially alongside complimentary fresh-baked cookies. Free Wi-Fi can be a bit spotty, but guests won't be staring at their screens too much when they're surrounded by views like this. Bed-and-breakfast purists should be warned that this is bigger than your average inn, but really does offer the same cozy vibes.
The on-site pool and hot tub are small but very well kept, and guests can set up personal hiking, biking or car tours of the mountains and canyons through the hotel. This property is best for couples seeking a relaxing escape. Though kids aren't explicitly unwelcome, there's very little for them to do here, and gourmet breakfasts might not be suited to picky palates.