Best of Sedona
Our favorite insider tips about Sedona in 2020: what to visit & do, where to eat and stay and much more!
For us, some of the best things to do around here are going on hikes and star gazing at night. Below, we have selected some of our other favorite insider tips!
You will discover the best spots to hike, things to do in Sedona, what are some experiences you don't want to miss and of course–where to eat!
In 1902, Sedona was officially established by Theodore Schnebly, who named the town after his wife. For most of the twentieth century, Sedona remained a small farming settlement, unmarked on most maps; however, in the middle part of the 20th century, Sedona’s dramatic red rock formations were featured as backdrops for a string of western films and Sedona became famous.
Today, approximately 15,000 people call Sedona home and an estimated 3.5 million people from around the world flock here every year to enjoy Sedona's inspiring landscape, mild year-round weather, and variety of recreational activities. From browsing the many fine art galleries, to swimming in refreshing Oak Creek, to hiking the scenic trails through the National Forest, Sedona offers something for everyone. Although there are many things to do in Sedona, make sure to leave time for reflection as many people find visiting Sedona a powerfully self-changing experience. Truly a world-class vacation destination, Sedona never fails to amaze even the most seasoner traveler.
Red Rock Crossing
The symbol of Sedona's beauty is Red Rock Crossing, where spring-fed Oak Creek flows at the base of majestic Cathedral Rock. Red rock Crossing (shown above) is one of the most photographed spots in Arizona and is just a stroll from Sedona Suite.
How to make the most out of your Sedona stay
From the International Film Festival to various music events and the annual VegFest, Sedona has much to offer to all its visitors.
Eat & Drink
Many of our guests ask me where to eat in Sedona. So we chose our favorite places for you–from casual to high-end restaurants and breakfast you don't want to miss!
Getting to & around
There is no public transportation to Sedona. For flying information and best routes, check out our guide.
Red Rocks & Vortexes
Nature lovers find Sedona heavenly–from bike rides to moonlight hikes, Sedona is an unforgettable experience!
Shopping and Entertainment
Sedona offers number of opportunities for shopping, entertainment and much more!
Spiritual Events & Meditations
If you want to deepen your yoga practice or meet amazing meditation instructors, Sedona has a lot to offer!
Healing & Body Work
Many people come here for body work and healing, there are some great people in town. Click the button to see our recommendations.
Retreat Centers & Spas
If you are looking for a real getaway to do some personal growth work, we suggest you look into some of the retreat centers in Sedona.
Where to Stay
We invite you to stay at one of our suites–Cathedral & Pyramid and experience a stay in Sedona no hotel can offer.