Sedona is one of the most popular destinations in Arizona, not only with the in-state locals but also with visitors from around the world. It can be considered as the perfect introduction to the vast canyonlands of northern Arizona. If you are staying for more than a few days, there are several national parks within driving distance, some of which include the Grand Canyon, Petrified Forest, Saguaro, Bryce Canyon, Zion, Capitol Reef, and Arches, just to name a few. Our condos in Sedona AZ will cater to every need when visiting this red mountain village!
Every one of our Sedona condos comes fully equipped with elegant and top-notch amenities, from hot tubs on the outdoor patios to cozy indoor fireplaces that supply warmth during the cold winter months. The spacious living rooms are well suited for large groups and families, each one complete with comfortable furnishings as well as flat-screen smart TVs. In the bedrooms, the plush bedding, extra storage spaces, well-constructed fixtures, and en suite bathrooms all coordinate superbly with the natural surroundings. The bathrooms in our condos also contain Jack and Jill vanities, luxurious spa showers, separate bathtubs, organic toiletries and plenty of extra space. In addition to the accommodating sleeping spaces, the kitchen has modern appliances that provide all the creature comforts of home such as a dishwasher, coffeemakers and other necessities.
Condos in Sedona AZ for All Seasons
Sedona is a year-round destination, and a vacation here feels different during each season. Summers are warm and well suited to indoor excursions—perhaps to one of our fantastic spas—while in winter snow blankets the ground, creating miraculous imagery when paired with the red rocks. Springtime could be considered the best time to visit Sedona since the temperatures are nearly perfect for exploring the many trails. The fall, which entails the short period between October and December, brings forth spectacular colors throughout the tree canopy.
Beauty is at Your Backdoor
Many of our condos are centrally located to some of Sedona’s best sights and must-see areas. We have properties great for taking advantage of the boutique shops and stellar dining in Uptown Sedona, as well as those that put you closer to popular hiking trails. Many of our condos are designed with outdoor spaces for enjoying the scenery, and quite a few offer up magnificent views. Other amenities can include hot tubs, fire pits, and BBQ grills—it all depends on the property! Wherever your condo is, you can count that excitement and adventure are never far away.
Spectacular Hiking Trails
Our amazing locations give you a fantastic opportunity to leisurely check out the most famed natural sights. Hiking trails not to be missed include Devil’s Bridge and Soldiers Pass. At Devil’s Bridge, you’ll be treated to magnificent views, and you can hike to the top of the wide sandstone bridge and admire the sprawling desert scenery from up top. Soldier’s Pass offers up a unique view into the Devil’s Kitchen Sinkhole, an active sinkhole since the 1800s, as well as the Seven Sacred Pools, which will form waterfalls after a rainstorm. For a jam-packed day of sight-seeing, elect to take a tour with Pink Jeep Tours, where they’ll take you through Sedona’s backcountry in one of their iconic pink jeeps.
Endless Options for Local Dining
Sedona’s restaurants are almost exclusively locally owned and offer a wide range of selection, from Asian-fusion fare to authentic Mexican flavors. Stop by the Javelina Café for expertly prepared margaritas and sweeping views of the Sedona scenery. The nearby restaurant The Hudson offers the same views from their patio and serves up American-fusion cuisine and signature cocktails. At Creekside Sedona, you can have brunch along with a magnificent backdrop, and walk down to the creek afterward.
Discover Hidden Desert Gems
Sedona is home to many special spots that are unlike anything you’ve seen before! Along State Route 179, you’ll find The Chapel of the Holy Cross, a Roman Catholic chapel that was built into the mountainside, with stunning architecture and picturesque views from the inside. In West Sedona lies the Tlaquepaque Arts Village, a collection of Spanish Colonial-inspired buildings with sunny courtyards, wrought iron gates, and brightly tiled walkways. While the buildings are works of art all on their own, they play host to a number of world-renowned art galleries, local shops, and eateries.
Sedona provides exciting events throughout the year, from internationally known ones to local fairs and festivals. Rain or shine, there is usually something happening within the red rocks. The Sedona International Film Festival was established in 1994 and is probably the most notable event of the spring. Sedona also hosts several themed festivals depending on the season. If you are in search of more metaphysical experience, Sedona is popular with spiritual excursions to vortices, which are places where people allege that the earth’s energy emanates from the surface. Vortex locations are said to be sacred; however, there are plenty of guidebooks as well as guides to lead you towards these spiritual sites while vacationing in one of our luxurious Sedona condos.
No matter your reason for visiting Sedona, your stay will be enhanced by renting one of Sedona.org’s beautiful condos. Contact us today to book your stay and learn more about Sedona!