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We stayed for 4 nights and enjoyed the Inn and the Inn keepers. The rooms as displayed on the internet are better in person than the pictures look. The innkeepers were extremely friendly and helpful in giving advice on the attractions in the Sedona area....More
My Mom came out from New York to visit. We decided to take her up to our very special place Alma De Sedona. She was taken away by the red rocks, the breathtaking views and the awesome BanB hospitality. She said they made her feel...More
Response from lr29, General Manager at Alma de Sedona Inn Bed & BreakfastResponded 22 April 2012
Jim & Amy, you are the best! I can't believe how many times you've stayed with us! Always a great time catching up with you and I am so happy Mom finally made it out to AZ. We will be painting a little in 'your'...More
This is my husband's and my perfect "getaway" from our hectic life in Phoenix! The location of Alma de Sedona is truly at the "heart" of Sedona, and one feels like they are a million miles away from it all. Quiet surroundings...truly a place of...More
My wife and I picked this B&B using Trip Advisor and were not disappointed. We only had one night in Sedona and wanted a location close to hiking trails - we were able to easily walk to the trail head for Chimney Rock from the...More
My wife and I recently stayed at the Alma de Sedona for three nights and it was a wonderful experience. Not only were the accommodations luxurious and attractive, the innkeepers were very knowledgeable about the best things to do in the area from hikes to...More
Response from Michelle A | Reviewed this property |
I was in a room called "Del Sol" first floor. There was a large red rock formation in the distance from one window - not from patio but you could see the labyrinth, hear the babbling brook and the western quail sing. Other... More
I was in a room called "Del Sol" first floor. There was a large red rock formation in the distance from one window - not from patio but you could see the labyrinth, hear the babbling brook and the western quail sing. Other rooms might have better views - asks Lori. Room perfect for wheelchair as it was large and a very large handicap accessible bathroom. Parking VERY accessible to this room with no steps. A short walk or drive to Thunder mountain walking trail with gorgeous red rocks on an accessible walking path. Enjoy!