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"The Lodge at Sedona's success is attributed to attention to detail in all aspects of the business with a specific focus on creating and maintaining stellar guest satisfaction".
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The LODGE at SEDONA - A Luxury Bed and Breakfast Inn
"The top of the line is the Mission Grande Suite, a cavernous space that manages to feel cozy,
with exposed old brick arches, stained glass, dark wood paneling and comfortable leather Morris chairs fronting a slate and native-stone fireplace. The suite includes its own entrance and parking space,
stereo TV/DVD, a spacious slate bathroom with Jack and Jill sinks, and two patios – one fully enclosed for privacy, with a
large private hot tub. It's worth every penny.
There are nine suites, all with king-size beds, jetted spa tubs, fireplaces, sitting areas and private patios with
Red Rock views. If you simply want to relax and be pampered, it’s just what the doctor
ordered." Phoenix Magazine
"Surrounded by mountains, forests, and eerie red rock formations,
Sedona Arizona draws a crowd from around the globe. The two-hour drive north from Phoenix makes it perfect for lunch, a peaceful nature hike, and shopping for Native American art, crafts, jewelry, and (of course) the requisite crystal or two.
The intimate, 14-room, Arizona stone-and-wood Lodge at Sedona
Luxury Bed and Breakfast Inn provides a posh setting for getaways, retreats and corporate meetings. Jerome, also two hours north of Phoenix, is a near perfectly preserved 19th-century, ex-mining town, now sprinkled with quirky shops, galleries and breathtaking high desert views".
Successful Meetings Magazine
LODGE at SEDONA The Country's Best B&Bs ....Forbes.com
"Looking for a clean, quiet place to stay on your next trip? Somewhere with personality, a good breakfast and friendly people who can help you find your way around a new place? If so, it might not be a bad idea to check out a bed-and-breakfast.To help you with your travel plans, Forbes.com has selected some of the country's best B & Bs, which range from a traditional Vermont B & B and an Alpine-style chalet in British Columbia's top ski resort to an elegant townhouse in Chicago. We promise that all of these B & B's have a minimum of chintz and chitchat.
Blending into the surrounding high desert landscape, the Lodge at Sedona's slate, red rock and timber facade offers spectacular views of labyrinths, not to mention views of Sedona's mountains and mesas.
"It's so different than the Grand Canyon, At the Grand Canyon you're
always looking down, but here in Sedona you're looking up." Christina
Valhouli for Forbes.com
"The labyrinth at the Lodge at Sedona is one of the largest in the USA and
located on the grounds of a 50-year old estate home turned charming bed & breakfast."
Real Simple Magazine
"Lodge at Sedona labyrinth is part of the SEDONA EXPERIENCE. Almost hidden, the Lodge at Sedona's labyrinth offers its guests and the general public a unique on-site amenity. Constructed completely of local riverbed rocks, the labyrinth is classified as a " seven path classical labyrinth." a type represented in many indigenous cultures throughout the world. The design appears in Pima and Hopi Indian traditions in Arizona. The seven rings symbolize the seven sacred planets, the seven days of the week, the seven chakras of the body and the seven principles of the cosmos. The center of the labyrinth is often regarded as a place of meditation and prayer. The labyrinth was built by Taffy Lanser, an ordained minister who has constructed several labyrinths. On more than one occasion, guests of the luxury bed and breakfast inn have been seen during the early morning hours spending time in the labyrinth while still in their bathrobes. The labyrinth is open to the public every day from 11 am to 3 pm, free of charge."
John Walsh for the Sedona Red Rock News
"The Lodge at Sedona is one of the most romantic spots in Arizona. Complete with wonderful views of both Sedona red rocks and of their custom designed labyrinth and gardens,
this retreat is a hot spot for lovers all over the world."
Arizona Foothills Magazine
"The Lodge is Sedona's secret retreat. It is a place of beauty and grace, that feels safe and warm."
Scottsdale Life Magazine
"Who knows where to
focus first at this rambling Inn? Eyes dart from peaceful reflecting ponds and waterfalls. Massive fireplaces and beamed ceilings to chubby rabbits, surrounding pine trees and dramatic red rock mountains.
It isn't the cheapest, but it's the nearest to heaven you'll come at 4,500 feet. And, we haven't even mentioned the food. It's drop-dead delish, and there's plenty of it."
"The Lodge at Sedona has a sophisticated rustic look and feel that makes its guests ready for outdoor adventures. Which is good, because the Sedona area is perfect for hiking and mountain biking, and The Lodge is just as perfect for relaxing after such activities. It's also an ideal place for those who want nothing but relaxation (and romance); there are private decks, fireplaces and delicious breakfasts and snacks."
Bon Appetit Magazine
"The Lodge at Sedona is an intimate retreat set in a meticulously restored Mission style 10,000 square foot home. Original rough-hewn timbers, wood floors and native Arizona stone fireplaces lend rustic overtones to a cluster of comfortable and romantic common rooms. It is spacious in a way that suits the wide open feel of the Southwest."
Mountain Living Magazine
"Somewhat upscale is the Lodge at Sedona. Creativity and rustic Southwest charms have been lavished on the Lodge. We certainly found our stay at the Lodge very relaxing because our individually decorated suite with a fireplace was most comfortably furnished. And there are plenty of places for people to curl up with a book or watch TV."
Ventura Star (California Daily)
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