My wife and I spent a week at Sedona Pines with our 7 yr-old son. The location is good as it is a quick 5 minute ride to the heart of Sedona. We stayed in a one bedroom cottage. Each cottage is essentially a modular home with a deck outside. If it was maybe one foot wider it would've been so much easier to maneuver around. Two adults can barely pass each other in the kitchen and getting around the foot of the bed was a tight squeeze. My son slept in the couchbed and that was fine, but I wouldn't recommend using a one bedroom for any more than 2 adults and one or two small children as it would just be too cramped. The two-bedroom units are interesting because the 2nd bedroom is a separate building across from the deck. One couple we met had an 8 yr-old daughter and had a 2 bedroom but didn't feel comfortable letting her sleep in essentially her own cottage, so consider this if you're booking. The units seemed quite clean and the kitchen supplies were quite sufficient. The fact that each unit is free-standing is nice noise-wise. No slamming hotel doors or hearing other people's tv through the wall.
The one time I called maintenance with a request the response was immediate.
Front desk staff was friendly and knowledgeable. Pool area was never too crowded and they play decent soft rock music through the speakers. There are three outdoor hot tubs, including one in an area that is adults only.
The lack of wireless internet across the entire location is inexcusable in 2010. We had to carry our laptop down the road to a "common area" to get a signal. I understand vacation isn't supposed to be about lingering over your computer, most people like to check in on hometown news, send pictures from the trip to family, etc.
There is an independently owned & operated restaurant on site whose prices were a joke. We would've considered at least breakfast there a couple times that week if the prices weren't ridiculous. When at the pool one day my wife ran in and got a fountain soda for my son and it was close to $3.00.
The free 18 hole mini golf was a real treat and provided for hours of entertainment during our stay. The course itself is kept very clean of debris but most of the golf clubs were a little wobbly.
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- Also Known As:
- Sedona Pines Hotel Sedona
- Sedona Pines Resort Arizona