Follow many other visitors' lead and bookend your Grand Canyon vacation with a stay at one of the luxury hotels, bed & breakfasts or resorts in Sedona, just a 2.5 hour scenic and pleasant drive from the Grand Canyon South Rim. During your stay, be sure not to miss the mystical vortexes, distinctive restaurants and high-end shopping and art galleries in Sedona.
Sedona, Arizona boasts a prime Northern Arizona location just 2.5 hours from the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. If you're looking for lodging or hotels near Grand Canyon, or a luxury hotel resort for your Grand Canyon vacation, Sedona is the place. Make no mistake: Sedona is more than just a town with a few nearby luxury Grand Canyon hotels and resorts. Its spectacular and scenic red rocks make Sedona a breathtaking, awe-inspiring vacation destination unto itself. Enhance your Grand Canyon resort vacation with a stay in must-see Sedona, where Grand Canyon-area hotel accommodations range from luxury hotels & resorts to budget-friendly motels that fulfill every guest need and price-point.
A stay at one of the Sedona, Arizona bed and breakfast inns is an enchanting experience that is not to be missed. Check into a private, provincial or romantic guestroom at one of these bed and breakfasts in Sedona and prepare for one of the most unforgettable Sedona vacation experiences there is. At a Sedona bed and breakfast, guests are served a gourmet breakfast as part of the overnight rate. Bed and breakfasts and inns in Sedona are famous for offering different blends of beautiful red rock views, resort-style amenities, secluded creekside retreats and quaint, country-style accommodations.
We've hand-picked these cabins in Sedona to offer you a variety of individual cabins and clusters of cabins in resort-style settings. Choose any one of them to find your ideal cabin retreat near Grand Canyon National Park. There are cabins in Sedona's Oak Creek Canyon, nestled conveniently just 90 minutes from the Grand Canyon between Flagstaff and Sedona, that will make all your daydreams come true, whether you're a family seeking some elbow room inside and fresh air out-of-doors, or a couple looking for a quite getaway spent together beside a crackling fire or even soaking in a Jacuzzi tub.
Choosing one of these cabins for rent in Sedona's Oak Creek Canyon is especially smart if your idea of vacationing in northern Arizona near the Grand Canyon includes visions of kicking back in a hammock, listening to the sounds of a swiftly moving creek, wading in refreshing waters and engaging in relaxing play under the all-day, dappled shadows of a verdant canopy and soaring red rock cliffs. With nearby hiking, restaurants, and shopping, but far enough away from the hustle-bustle to gain true tranquility and relaxation, these Sedona cabins are the perfect complement to any Grand Canyon vacation.
Grand Canyon tours from Sedona, Arizona, one of the few regional rivals to the splendor of the Grand Canyon, are available to visitors who wish to see both destinations during their vacation. The Grand Canyon is just 2 hours from Sedona, so why not embark on one of these Sedona to Grand Canyon tours by helicopter or van? Leave the driving to these professional and knowledgeable companies specializing in Grand Canyon tours from Sedona, Arizona and enjoy a scenic climate-controlled van tour or exhilarating helicopter tour to Grand Canyon National Park. Make the ultimate day trip on one of these Sedona to Grand Canyon tours.
SEDONA HOTELS & BED AND BREAKFASTS
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TOURS FROM SEDONA
A destination in its own right, Sedona is a red rock wonderland just 2 hours from the South Rim. See All Tours from Sedona »
SOUTH RIM HOTELS & THINGS TO DO
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DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO THE SOUTH RIM
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