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What you should know about West Sedona

Under the beating Arizona sun, the red rocks surrounding West Sedona glow a dramatic red. It is against this incredible backdrop that travelers here can swim, hike and explore the natural landscape. West Sedona reviews tend to focus on the amazing natural attractions in the area, with good reason. Regarded as sacred by Native Americans and popular as part of the counterculture movement, the city is also rich in culture and history, making for a great balance between adventure and relaxation.

Hotels in West Sedona


Most hotels in West Sedona are geared toward luxury, with a number of 3- and 4-star options available. The 4-star Hotel Rouge and Spa and striking red-stone Casa Sedona Inn are good luxury choices for those who want to relax in style after a long day exploring the nearby hiking trails and driving routes. Affordable hotels offer basic but decent accommodation, including cooking facilities and outdoor pools. Budget hotels in West Sedona include the Days Inn Motel and the spacious family rooms of the Sky Ranch Lodge.

Things to see in West Sedona


West Sedona provides a gateway to numerous hiking routes, natural swimming holes, and scenic driving trails. The Grand Canyon is reachable by car within a day, and the area is famous for its jaw-dropping scenery. Natural bridges and swimming pools seem to be carved out of the sandstone rock, providing a much-needed respite from the searing Arizona sun. Some of the best include the famous Slide Rock, which has a natural water slide for kids large and small to enjoy, and Grasshopper Point, offering a choice of 3 hiking trails and cool, shaded waters which are ideal for a refreshing dip. Sedona is rich in local history. If you have access to a car, 1,000-year-old dwellings and ancient cave paintings can be found at the Palatki Heritage Site. Also of interest is the Sedona Heritage Museum which provides an introduction to the area’s founding family complete with original photos, tools, and vintage machinery.

Good for families


Families who want to shake off the cobwebs and enjoy a holiday in the great outdoors will feel right at home in West Sedona. Offering a range of affordable, high-quality hotels and easy access to spectacular countryside, West Sedona is a great spot to start exploring the spectacular Arizona landscape. Although the scale of the rock formations is dramatic, a number of easy hiking trails make this a perfect introduction to the outdoors for people of all ages, and kids will love splashing about in the natural rock pools which are scattered across the landscape.

How to get to West Sedona


For those arriving by car, West Sedona is located just off of the I-17 between Phoenix and St. Louis. Domestic flights land at Bluegrass Airport in nearby Lexington, while the nearest international airport can be found in Phoenix, 90 miles to the south. Hiring a car is very useful to make the most of travel in West Sedona and the local area, as many of the most interesting attractions are a short drive away from the city. For those who don’t fancy driving, tourist shuttles can take visitors from West Sedona to many of the nearby sights.

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