Ratings based on 535 Verified Reviews
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4.0 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from phoenix, az
My family enjoyed staying at the Arroyo Pinion Hotel. We were close enough to downtown Sedona, and with an affordable price. Thanks to (staff) Katie, we really had great tips as to where we should spend our free time while in Sedona.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from phx,az
Was a great stay !Posted 2-Sep-2014
Pros: The staff was great, rooms were great, small pool but fun. Location was perfect for us. I would stay there again .
Location: It was close to biking ,hiking , food , atv and jeep rentals.
my familt and i wanted a fun weekend of mountain biking , hiking , good food. This hotel was close to all activities we wanted to do . hotel was great.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Portland ,Oregon
Very Nice, convenient hotel in SedonaPosted 25-Aug-2014
Pros: Convenient location and quiet. very friendly staff.
Cons: Better lighting in the shower and larger bars of soap.
Location: Take Dry Creek Road (next to hotel) & drive out to many wonderful hiking trails which are not as crowded as trails near Uptown Sedona. Mtn bike trails
This hotel is close to many of Sedona's greatest trails for hiking - out on Dry Creek Road. The hotel is located in West Sedona, where the locals eat in the better restaurants and away from the higher prices of the "Uptown" tourist location which is only 2 miles away. Directly across the street is an excellent veterinary clinic if your pet needs help.1/2 mile away is the Safeway plaza with groceries, restaurants (local's Mexican restaurant next to McDonald"s, deli, etc. And across from the Safeway plaza is Sedona,s best Italian restaurant - Dahl & DeLuca with Lisa's Pizza on the next corner -Excellent pizza but it gets crowded fast. Next block is the movie theaters, local art shop and a great frozen yogurt shop and post office. Highly recommended hotel with nice pool and a great free breakfast. Warning- August is monsoon season -don't hike if thunder storms are approaching as flash floods and lightning are extremely dangerous. Take lots of water when hiking; you'll need it and dehydration is quite common with tourist who don't drink plenty of water daily. First sign of dehydration is a headache and low energy/dizziness.. Jerome is a fun old mining town about 22 miles west, just past Cottonwood. Grand Canyon is about a 3 1/2 drive from Sedona. Try to stay overnight in Grand Canyon Village; you'll need a lot of time to see it all -the 7th Wonder of the World. I lived in Sedona for 16 years and know Sedona like the back of my hand. Tons of art shops. Have fun; it's beautiful.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Phoenix
Sedona Get-awayPosted 9-Aug-2014
Pros: I loved that it seemed very secluded . Lots of trees surrounding the hotel, very serene.
Location: Very convenient to the beautiful sights of Sedona and the town itself. Good restaurants nearby. The Coffee Pot for a late breakfast was great.
Couldn't have been happier for a medium priced hotel. The staff was excellent, offering suggestions for eating and sight seeing.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Ca
We loved the look and near Crescent Moon.Posted 22-Jul-2014
The staff was super nice! Very helpful they made our reservations for our Hummer tour. They helped us reschedule it. Very friendly environment! Loved the waffle maker for breakfast !
by A verified traveller from phx az
quaint setting ...beds too firm for my taste. nice staff good breakfast...rooms warm despite ac...needs circulation/ventilation...good overall...
for Everyoneby Jorge from Rancho Cucamonga Ca
i had good service, when I called to add extra time they were courteous
for Couplesby A verified traveller
Posted 30-May-2014 on Hotels.com
for Everyoneby tea cup from oc
Great hotelPosted 20-May-2014
Beautiful hotel in an awesome location. Nice jacuzzi and staff was great. See you next time.
for Familiesby Sue from Denver
AveragePosted 17-May-2014 on Hotels.com
This hotel was overpriced for what you get. It is a basic hotel. They ran out of coffee so no coffee in the room, housekeeping didn't clean the room until after 4pm and they didn't change the sheets. If I had know the condition of the hotel, I would have rented a comfort inn at half the price for a better room.