I was really skeptical of the idea of a Pink Jeep Tour, when I found out that my mother-in-law had booked one for our family group. That was totally misfounded though, because it was seriously awesome. It's not a cheap outing, but we had an amazing time and I would almost come back to Sedona just to...more
A population swimming hole with a natural rock waterslide. The water was really cold (56 degrees Fahrenheit when the air temperature was 85) and the rocks can be very slippery to walk on in bare feet, but it's a fun place to go, especially if you are warm and want to cool off! Very busy on the...more
Delicious food in really beautiful natural (the view is awesome) and man-made (the hotel & restaurant are well-designed and well-suited to the site) settings. We were here for lunch only, but didn't feel as though we were being treated any differently than hotel guests. Excellent...more
I was kind of skeptical about eating here because it sounded like it could be totally overrated (plus I am not a big breakfast person), but it was actually pretty great. There is often a long wait on the weekends, but by 10.30 the crowd dies down and we were seated relatively quickly. There's a huge...more
More than just a standard brew pub, this place has really good salads, sandwiches and a much more extensive menu than you'd expect from a brewery. Their soft pretzel appetizers are amazing, and obviously their beers and beer selection are impressive. I think there are other locations of this...more
Was recommended to us by a Pink Jeep tour guide as the best ice cream in Sedona (though there is not much to compare it to). They have prickly pear ice cream on offer, which is sweet and mild, and plenty of other standard flavors.
Relatively tame and standard Southwestern food. Their margaritas are pretty big and they serve cactus fries, which I liked. The food was nothing too exciting (though they do have some tasty small plates), but I was with some unadventurous eaters who don't like authentic Mexican food and it...more
Pretty standard Days Inn, but one that has not been updated very recently. The continental breakfast space here is super super small, especially considering this is a relatively big hotel for its kind. It (breakfast, not the hotel itself) was not convenient nor was it air-conditioned (which is...more