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Top rating for Las Posadas
Our stay at Las Posadas was originally for two nights..we were so happy we extended our stay for and additional 3 nights. The staff could not have been more accommodating ,helpful and friendly. Breakfast was creatively prepared and a meal we looked forward to every day with anticipation. Our room was very comfortable, clean, quiet ,had every amenity that a small luxury hotel should offer. The glass double sided fireplace and the furnishings created a romantic atmosphere to relax in, and the view from our balcony was of the red rocks, spectacular. Although the Dept. of Transportation is currently involved in highway "enhancements" on the route to Sedona, the equipment sound was not audible in our room, and we were not disturbed even on the balcony(and I'm super sensitive to sound). This is a place truely to relax without distraction. We will most certainly return to Las Posadas and would recommend it to anyone looking for an intimate oasis , not the routine hotel room, in the Sedona area.
Different kind of B&B
My husband and I were looking to say someplace in Sedona where we could enjoy a nice quiet atmosphere to celebrate our 24th wedding anniversary. We actually had not considered staying at a ‘Bed & Breakfast’ as our past experiences when staying at Bed and Breakfast Inns left us feeling like we couldn’t really come and go as we pleased without considering others in the house and we had always felt like we had limited privacy. Las Posadas gives a new name to a Luxury Bed and Breakfast!
The villas are all accessible from separate entrances. Therefore, we didn't feel like we were intruding when coming and going. The villa was very roomy, comfortable, and tastefully decorated. The bathroom was also large and roomy with beautiful counter tops and flooring. I especially loved the large bathtub and separate glass encased shower. My husband likes to read and I enjoy a good movie on TV, so the separate living area and bedroom were perfect for the both of us. The bed was also extremely comfortable.
The 3 course gourmet breakfast was delicious. We had something different everyday and enjoyed the hospitality immensely. We loved the no pressure atmosphere.
Just one recommendation: Before you book, shop around for the best deal for Las Posadas. The prices/deals seem to fluxuate significantly on various hotel intranet sites.
A beautiful suite and gourmet breakfast for the same price as a hotel room!
My sister and I spent two wonderful, relaxing nights at Las Posadas in late June. Our suite was beautiful and very roomy. All furnishings and amenities were first class, including the linens and toiletries. As others have mentioned, the complimentary gourmet breakfast was unlike any I had experienced before. One morning, we had homemade granola, fresh fruit, freshly squeezed orange juice, chicken burritos, delicious black beans, and chocolate chip scones. The next morning was similar, but with glazed, skewered pork, homemade muffins and spinach salad! The chef took great delight in his work, and believe me, you will not need to worry about being hungry again until dinnertime!
The gracious staff was very helpful and made it possible for us to check in early on the day of our arrival.
The best part of all is that the price of Las Posadas is almost equal to that of the nicer Sedona hotel rooms. There is no pool or spa, and It is a few miles out of town, but you must go directly past it on Highway 179 to get to Sedona. I most highly recommend Las Posadas for a luxurious stay in one of the most beautiful places on earth -- Sedona.
Fine, but a few points to note
Breakfast is wonderful (kudos to the chef), the rooms are lovely, the grounds attractive, and, the air conditioning keeps pace despite the heat. The staff seems eager to please.
Unless you are on the second floor, the extra costly "view" rooms really don't offer a view of the red rock mountains. But, because the sunlight in Sedona is so intense (a good thing, in my opinion) you aren't going to want the shutters open anyway, at least during the warm months.
The parking areas by our unit also posed a problem. The larger area seemed intended for two cars, but would likely have resulted in someone's door getting dinged. The smaller area also was on the small side. We opted to park down the hill, just a short walk, so not a big deal.
The relatively early closing of the office did not present a problem for us (the key was where it was supposed to be) but somehow in this price range you would expect someone to be on hand to greet you later than 5 p.m.
I would not describe this as a bed and breakfast and to me that is a good thing. As another reviewer noted, you have privacy.
Nice accomodations; Food needs help
The casitas are very very nice with accomodation experience being that of above average to excellent. The brekfast was poor to terrible with runny poaced eggs over cold biscuts and a story of a freshly baked cross between a muffin and a cookie called a cuffin...... cold and tasteless at best and not freshly baked and warm. The bacon was very under cooked and served cold. The fruit and granola was good. The 1/2 and 1/2 that was put out for the coffee had a skin on the top. I had to ask if it was butter milk. Once the brekfast is shored up, the experience will be top shelf.
The service at check in was very good as well with the property being nicely central in location.
Wonderful & impeccable!
Las Posadas ranks in the top 5 places we have stayed in the world! Our suite was large, beautifully decorated, and spotlessly clean. The king bed was very comfortable and even though there was road construction on the road, we did not hear a thing! The view is awesome and breathtaking. The staff was fantastic and the chef made a gourmet breakfast that was the best. When we arrived, there were fresh cookies and a cracker and dip plate in the refirgerator. Cannot use enough superlatives to describe our stay. We only stayed one night, but will plan on staying longer next time.
The ONLY place to stay in Sedona, AZ!!
We have just returned from a much needed weekend away from the heat and our 2 year old, we live in Phoenix so naturally we headed north to Sedona. We have our "usual" place that we like to stay when we go to Sedona because of the large suites, but they were (fortunately) booked up so we tried the recommendation of Sedona Central Reservations and booked a room at Las Posadas of Sedona. We loved them immediately! The room was beautiful, cozy and inviting yet spacious (600 sq. ft!!) A beautiful fireplace was the focal point which we used even though it was August!! The shared ammenities (pool, spa, tennis, golf etc)with the neighboring Hilton, where we USED TO stay, was very convenient for Las Posadas guests to enjoy. We were brought appetizers and freshly baked cookies to our room around 2pm...Nice Touch! We really enjoyed our breakfast in the home of our host the next morning as well...Las Posadas is an upscale (private rooms with private entrances) Bed & Breakfast!! No detail was forgotten...we will be back as soon as we can!
Great Place - Great Location
Our stay at Las Posadas was the end of a 2 1/2 week tour of the western United States and it was a great place to unwind.
Las Posadas is a one year new, 16 suite inn with awesome views of the beautiful Sedona hills and red rock. Set in the Village area of Sedona, it was just out of town and therefore away from the main hubbub of the downtown area.
They communicated with us via email constantly to ensure a smooth check-in. We arrived after the main oiffice was closed, but they made all of the neccessary arrangements, and our arrival was delightful as the sun set over the red mountains.
The suite accomodations were ample and of excellent quality. Our family of four stayed in a one bedroom suite that provided a queen sized pull out couch in the living room for my two daughters (15 & 9 years old) which had a large flat screen television mounted on the wall and shared a firplace with the masater bedroom.
The master bedroom had it's own television secreted away in the armoire, with a small deck with a view of the nearby canyons. The bathroom was excellent with a large tub and seperate tile and glass shower, decorated with the colors from the Southwest.
The suite has a small kitchen, but you not want to miss the breakfasts or the local dining in either the nearby Village or the downtown area. The morning breakfasts were multiple course gourmet delight served by gracious hosts and waitstaff.
Las Posadas is close to everything, but still outside of the main area of downtown. The drive to the downtown area is amazing and you will stop often to either see the awesome sights and/or take a lot of pictures.
I look forward to staying here again.
Not to be missed!
We booked Las Posadas as a stop over on the way from Phoenix to the Grand Canyon. Our only regret was that we only booked for one night. Everything about our stay was first class. The villa (a one bedroom suite with kitchen and sitting room) was superb and every person we had contact with at Las Posadas was friendly and extremely helpful, whether it was recommending restaurants or just answering e-mailed questions. Finally, cannot finish without mentioning the breakfast, which was marvellous. My wife still talks about the home made granola! We will be back.
Loved this luxury bed and breakfast!
We loved this luxury bed and breakfast inn! Comfortable suites in a quiet, peaceful area that allowed us to fully experience the beauty of Sedona. Afternoon hors d'ourves and exceptional gourmet breakfasts were served daily with our dietary preferences taken into careful consideration.
In addition, the manager and staff were very helpful in assisting us with our sightseeing and hiking excursions and were able to accomodate our needs for a late check-out on our last day.
A very restoring, beautiful place to stay away from the "downtown" noise. Perfect for two- we would definitely stay here on a return trip!
View from the terrace steps.
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wedding in Sedona
does the chapel of The Holy Cross allow small private marriage ceremonies?
If not is there another small private chapel where one can exchange vows. Non denominational!
thank You for your help
Re: wedding in Sedona
makes it very clear that there are not weddings at the chapel.
You could contact St John Vianney to see if they would allow the ceremony you want. Contact details here: