by Kaitlin Braun
Those seeking a relaxing, comfortable holiday will find it at the Rouge, which has a great spa, clean rooms, and accommodating staff. The property has good views of the red rocks, but it’s not guaranteed that you’ll have a view from your room. After a day at the Grand Canyon, come back to relax in the hot tub while kids swim in the pool, then enjoy the rest of the evening around a cozy fire pit. Make time to visit the spa as well–the staff are experienced, the treatments are effective, and overall it’s really the thing that sets the Sedona Rouge apart from other area hotels.
When you get hungry, head down to REDS Restaurant, which describes their fare as “comfort food in gourmet fashion.” They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and are happy to accommodate children. For children under 12 (limit of two per room), breakfast is complimentary, and if you visit REDS Bar from 4 p.m. to 6, you can enjoy a complimentary small plate.
Our Editor Loves
- Amazing spa onsite
- Breakfast through dinner at REDS Restaurant
- Pool and hot tub
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
by Lisa T
Sedona is a nice place but it felt like we were in the twilight zone at this hotel. The left hand didn't know what the right was doing. Very poor information provided by most areas in the hotel (front desk, restaurant, spa). Forget trying to get around without a car too. The hotel will deny the existence of its hotel shuttle, whilst it's parked up in the car park with the hotels name splashed all over it.
Beautiful property and accommodations. Love the decor and melted into the comfy bed. Free coffee and tea along with breakfast for my daughter at RED's restaurant. Felt really at home and pampered. The pool rocks.