Sedona Pines

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by wole99 on January 2, 2006

Best Things Nearby:
Sedona's beautiful red rock formations and closeness to the Grand Canyon.

Best Things About the Resort:
Privacy in the units; jacuzzi in the the bathroom was wonderful; HBO 1,2 and 3 on the two tv's

Resort Experience:
The units are nicely decorated, but a little small. I was alone, but had two brothers come to visit me. It was too small for the three of us. It would be OK for a couple in the bedroom and another person on the pull-out couch in the living room. The housekeeping staff is friendly and attentive. You are notified that housekeeping is only done one other time during the week, and that was nice. It would have been irritating for them to come everyday. The staff in the office was very friendly and helpful. There was also a concierge on duty who could book trips and excursions. Each unit was suppose to have internet access, but this proved not to be sufficient. The main office did have a computer that guests could utilize. My cell phone had no service (T-Mobile) during the week. The resort is 10-miles out of Sedona, and a little secluded, but in a beautiful area. Tour companies would arrange pick-up from the guest facility if necessary, but I noticed that most people had their own transportation. A free breakfast was arranged the first part of the week, and reps of various tour companies were available to tell guests about their tours. I would recommend the Pink Jeep Tours, especially to the Grand Canyon— it was wonderful; the lunch at the lodge, many views of the rim, a wonderful guide who was very informative, and amusing videos were provided in the van about the Grand Canyon. The tour was 11 or 12 hours, and was well worth it.

Sedona Pines Resort
6701 W HWY 89A
Sedona, Arizona, 86336
(928) 282-6640

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