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Highlights in Sedona
- Captivating orange landscapes
- Fun jeep tours
- Magical star shows
- Refreshing natural water parks
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Does a holiday in a red desert appeal to you? Ranking as one of the most beautiful places in America, the desert town of Sedona is a fantastic destination to stay. Surrounded by red rock hills and pine forests, this temperate city offers luxury accommodation close to the rugged, rust-coloured walls. You can enjoy a spectacular holiday in a mesmerizing landscape while relaxing by the pool or by shopping and exploring this special place for Native Americans.Modern holiday rentals with a pool, hot tub, and desert view
For your stay, Sedona holiday rentals offer an oasis in the middle of the desert. With air-conditioned; pools to cool off all day; saunas to rid your body of toxins; hot tubs to relax in; and spectacular views, the tastefully modern accommodations have all the amenities for a luxurious holiday. Some accommodations even have a games room! And if you want to keep in shape during this journey, you'll find great walks all around too.
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The area and getting around
South of the “Y” intersection of Routes 179 and 89A in downtown Sedona, in the Coconino National Forest, you'll find Cathedral Rock, Arizona's most photographed attraction. Cathedral Rock is one of the most famous landmarks and can be climbed via a steep trail. This unique rock formation offers incredible views to the east and west from the top. The hike takes about 30-40 minutes, making it a fairly quick hike to do. In addition to this, the site is home to an energy vortex, a place where energy concentrates and helps spiritual development, so you will be able to feel an energy that encourages you to calm and soothe yourself here.One of Sedona's most impressive icons
Heading towards the town of Oak Creek, north of Sedona, the Chapel of the Holy Cross is one of the most impressive architectural sites in the area. This Roman Catholic architecture built into the red rocks is filled with natural spiritual symbols and is often visited for spiritual rekindling. The landmark building is located at the heart of what many believe to be a vortex that brings gratitude, so here you can also experience a connection of mysticism. Even for those who do not have a religious connection. Despite its modern appearance, it fits in perfectly with its surroundings and is known as one of America's man-made wonders.
Travellers and activities
If you're looking to spend a few hours hiking, Sedona is the place for you! Surrounded by extensive wilderness areas, the city is home to two National Parks, seven State Parks, and numerous Native American Tribal Parks. You can enjoy the unique scenery on a variety of hikes, ranging from easy walks to longer, more challenging treks to the top of the canyons. Popular hikes include the Devil's Bridge Trail, a challenging 1.8-mile round-trip hike; the Bell Rock Pathway, a 3-mile trail to the summit; and the 1.2-mile round-trip trail to the top of Doe Mountain.Sedona for mountain biking lovers
With hundreds of kilometres of interconnected trails, Sedona is also a place that attracts mountain bikers from all over the world. You can marvel at the orange landscapes as you pedal along the various trails for all levels. If you like a challenge, the Mescal Trail is a 2.5-mile intermediate trail that heads up Mescal Mountain. On the other hand, the Aerie Trail also offers a flowing intermediate/difficult trail with no switchbacks that runs 6.1 miles (9.82 km) to the Girdner Trail, another intermediate trail. While the Llama Trail offers a 2.9-mile trail through a backdrop of mountains and the impressive Cathedral Rock.
„Sedona has a worldwide reputation as a place of enlightenment thanks to its many energetic vortexes, healing and spiritual practices.“
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Located in Oak Creek Canyon, Slide Rock State Park is an attraction to enjoy on warm days. This spot has a series of small waterfalls that run along the smooth, algae-strewn rocks, creating unique natural slides! Enjoy a dip in these natural pools, slide down the rocks and relax under the apple orchards. Slide Rock State Park has been named one of the “10 Best Swimming Spots in America”.2. Enjoy the scenery of the Red Rock Scenic Byway
During your holiday, take a 7.5-mile drive along the Red Rock Scenic Byway. This route runs from just south of the town of Oak Creek to Sedona, passing through numerous natural attractions. Discover the spectacular mystical scenery and stop to take in the incredible views of Bell Rock and Cathedral Rock. The Red Rock Scenic Byway is often referred to as the “museum without walls” and visitors highly recommend this trip to take in the scenic beauty.3. Take a pink jeep tour!
Get to the most remote places in Sedona by Jeep! Jeep tours are one of the most popular things to do in the area, and it's the only way to get to some places you didn't think possible. Hop into one of these all-terrain vehicles and embark on a jeep tour with Pink Adventure Tours. This two-hour adventure will take you through some of Coconino National Forest's most iconic rock formations along the Broken Arrow Trail while listening to captivating local stories.4. Discover Sedona's stunning starscape
Sedona is part of the Dark Sky Community by the International Dark Sky Association, so keep your eyes up at night. The extraordinary starscape is one of the city's greatest attractions. See the treasures of the night sky such as stars, planets, constellations, and even galaxies. You can see these wonders of the universe at points such as the Beaverhead Flat Lookout, Dry Creek Road, and the Fay Canyon Trail.5. Explore the Native American past
A World Heritage Site, the Palatki ruins offer a fascinating insight into the culture of ancient Arizona's Native Americans that you can't miss. See the more than 1,000 pictographs etched into the surfaces thousands of years ago and marvel at the cliff dwellings of the Sinagua. This is one of the largest Sinagua villages in the area and offers a unique historical experience. The ruins of Palatki are hidden behind some trees, off the beaten track, and are believed to have been abandoned in the 1300s.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Sedona
How much did it cost for a holiday rental in Sedona in 2020, the first year impacted by the corona crisis?
Sedona is one of the most expensive cities in the USA! The price of a holiday rental is around £280.33 per night.
What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Sedona?
If you want to save as much as possible during your visit to Sedona, pack your bags and travel there in February (£254.79 per night on average), November (£256.4), or January (£262.56) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a holiday letting in Sedona?
In 2020, the month that had the highest annual average in Sedona was March, with an average price of £303.05 per night. This was followed by May, with an average of £300.63, and July, with £298.95.
Should I plan a trip to Sedona well in advance?
We recommend you to book in advance in Sedona as only 7% of the properties are available, according to our 2020 data.
What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of properties available in Sedona were July, August, and January with average availabilities of 24.8%, 21.25% and 9.8%, respectively.
How many holiday lettings are there in Sedona?
In Sedona we offer you an extensive catalogue of approximately 140 properties, with options for all tastes, thanks to our 4 local and international partners.