This hotel sits right in the middle of uptown Sedona, surrounded by magnificent views of red rock country. The hotel has a great location, within walking distance to restaurants, art galleries, and shops. The rooms are very nicely furnished, with free Internet access, a hair dryer, a coffeemaker, and an iron. I booked the inexpensive room, which overlooks downtown Sedona. The upgraded rooms have magnificent views of the red rock. Since our stay was short and we would not spend much time in the hotel, we booked the inexpensive room.
The hotel has other amenities, including an indoor and outdoor pool, nautilus room, steam and sauna room, game room, and tennis courts. A continental breakfast is supplied, which was better than most hotels I ever stayed at. The breakfast is held in a large cafeteria with plenty of tables. The continental breakfast has its usual cereal, muffins, juice, coffee, etc., but you can make homemade Belgium waffles. There is an attendant that walks you through the first time you make them. They are as good as any restaurant I ate at--and not bad for free.
I would definitely come back and stay at this hotel. If you have a large family or are traveling with friends, you can book villas. The prices in the off-season are very reasonable. Our room only ran $79 per night and the rooms with the views ran $119 per night. I would defiantly recommend a long stay, because everything is at your fingertips.