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What you should know about Uptown Sedona

Spectacular views, delightful cafés, and a great range of stores make Uptown Sedona the number-one destination for visitors to this beautiful corner of Arizona. Combining culture, commerce, and delicious local food, Uptown is ideal for anyone looking to combine the lively bustle of city life with access to the area’s breathtaking rock formations. Most local tours and other activities start from here, so checking into a hotel in Uptown Sedona places you right at the heart of the action.

Hotels in Uptown Sedona


Uptown Sedona accommodation options range from spa resorts to sprawling sandstone ranches. Hotels tend towards the mid-end, with a good variety of two and three-star options available. For the budget conscious, Saad Suites offers reasonably priced rooms with cooking facilities, barbecue grills, and a picnic area. More traditional hotels such as the Hyatt Pinon Pointe and the Best Western Plus Arroyo Roble Hotel offer pools and tennis courts, spa facilities, and paved outdoor terraces where you can relax and soak up the scenery. All family-friendly hotels in Uptown Sedona offer large rooms, friendly staff, and gorgeous views across the singular local landscape.

Things to see in Uptown Sedona


The heart of Uptown Sedona is bustling Main Street, with its wide selection of stores and cafés. Uptown is the best area for shopping and finding local products. You can’t stay here without stopping by the Sedona Fudge Company to sample local Sedona fudge and other handmade candies. Sedona Arts Center is also worth a visit to discover the work of local artists. Of course, the greatest attractions in this part of Arizona are the spectacular rock formations which glow orange in the setting sun. There are a number of hiking trails which allow visitors to explore the surrounding countryside. Not to be missed is the Devil’s Bridge Trail, a relatively easy hike which takes you over awe-inspiring bridges formed naturally from the rock. A more challenging option is the Wilson Mountain Trail. A steep climb up the north or south face of Wilson Mountain will be rewarded with gorgeous panoramic views across the valley.

Good for families


Families will find plenty to do in the warm and welcoming community of Uptown Sedona. Accommodation is affordable, the food is delicious and plentiful, and there is a wide range of outdoor hiking and swimming opportunities right on the doorstep. As well as making the most of the surrounding countryside, it is worthwhile spending a day or two in Sedona itself. Air-conditioned art galleries and museums offer a welcome break from the sweltering summer heat, providing adults and children alike with the opportunity to learn more about the area and its history.

How to get to Uptown Sedona


Uptown Sedona is located on the I-17 and is easy to reach by car from the nearby cities of Phoenix and Flagstaff. The nearest major airport can be found in Phoenix, a 90-minute drive to the south. There is also a small airport in Sedona itself, but very few regularly scheduled flights land here. Travel in Sedona is easiest on foot or by bicycle, although a car can be helpful to get a little further afield. If you don’t have a car, it is still possible to reach nearby trails using tourist shuttles which set off from the Chapel of the Holy Cross.