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Sedona Rouge Resort and Spa vs Hampton Inn Sedona

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Sedona Rouge Resort and Spa vs Hampton Inn Sedona



Sedona Rouge Resort and Spa
Hampton Inn Sedona

 

Sedona Rouge Resort and Spa

Hampton Inn Sedona

Address 2250 West Highway 89A
Sedona
1800 West Highway 89A
Sedona
Phone 928-203-4111 1-928-282-4700
Class 4 star 2 star
Price From $159.00 to $229.00 From $103.20 to $189.00
Floors 3 floors 2 floors
Rooms 77 rooms 55 rooms
Amenities Pets accepted
Fitness center
Swimming pool
Wheelchair accessible
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
Spa
Room service
Free breakfast
Fitness center
Swimming pool
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Dry cleaning/laundry
Interior Corridor


  1. Sedona Rouge Resort and Spa
  2. Hampton Inn Sedona
Sedona Rouge Resort and Spa

Sedona Rouge Resort and Spa is designed and fashioned with motifs reminiscent of ancient Andalusia and Morocco and vividly evokes images of the cultures that enlivened 11th century Spain. Each of the the 77 well-appointed guestrooms are designed in the spirit of Andalusian luxury, with deep colors woven through soft fabrics and comfortable furnishings. All rooms are furnished with custom king or double queen beds, luscious 250-thread count linens and goose down feather duvets, a chaise lounge, ornate desk and Syrian chest. Additional amenities include 32 inch LCD flat screen televisions and spacious walk-in showers with overhead rain-shower sprays. Many rooms feature vaulted ceilings, fire places and balconies with 500 year-old Tunisian wrought-iron railings. The spa, set apart from the main hotel, is an oasis of relaxation and pampering. Further, the exquisite REDS onsite dining venue and lounge offers delightful southwestern cuisine complemented by an impressive wine collection.



Hampton Inn Sedona

The Hampton Inn of Sedona, AZ is located off I-17 on Hwy 89A, nestled amongst the breathtaking scenery of red rocks and canyons. Area attractions include art galleries, state parks, national forests, swimming, fishing, biking, trail riding, cowboy cookouts, custom jeep tours, hot air balloon rides, shopping, a replica of an 18th century Mexican village, golf, natural waterfalls, and tours of cave dwellings. Within a short distance you can dine at Chinese, Japanese, ''Cowboy'', Italian, Indian, Greek, among many other restaurants/lounges. We feature 56 rooms, interior corridors, whirlpool spa, on-site tour booking, safe deposit boxes, outdoor pool, and meeting room for up to 40 people. Amenities include complimentary continental breakfast buffet, in-room coffeemaker, iron, microwave, refrigerator, and Television with cable package. We also offer connecting rooms and cribs, when available. Rollaway beds, meeting/banquet facilities, and laundry/valet services are available for a nominal fee.



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