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Popular amenities for Sedona vacation rentals

Stay near Sedona's top sights

Chapel of the Holy Cross226 locals recommend
Red Rock State Park142 locals recommend
Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village346 locals recommend
Mariposa Latin Inspired Grill273 locals recommend
Whole Foods Market223 locals recommend
Elote Cafe198 locals recommend

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Sedona

  • Total rentals

    2.4K properties

  • Total number of reviews

    185K reviews

  • Family-friendly rentals

    1.4K properties are a good fit for families

  • Pet-friendly rentals

    480 properties allow pets

  • Rentals with a pool

    950 properties have a pool

  • Rentals with dedicated workspaces

    1.3K properties have a dedicated workspace

Your guide to Sedona


It’s not easy to stand out in the Grand Canyon’s home state, but Sedona is a geological wonder in its own right. Outdoor enthusiasts come from all over the world to explore the area’s expansive buttes and deep canyons whose sandstone rocks are an unusual rusty red hue. In addition to Sedona’s spectacular natural skyline, the area’s other big draw is something that can’t be seen: Its energy vortexes, geomagnetic spirals that some people believe to be healing and invigorating. That gives Sedona a distinct New Age flavor. Expect to find plenty of crystal shops and day spas alongside art galleries and craft boutiques in the low-slung, Southwestern-style buildings around town.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sedona

Sedona’s weather isn’t quite as scorching as in other parts of the Southwest. Spring is one of the most popular times to book one of Sedona’s vacation rentals, as temperatures range from the upper 60s to the 80s Fahrenheit. Summer highs are typically in the 90s — pack plenty of sunscreen — though monsoon rains and thunderstorms frequently pass through and cool things off. Autumn temperatures gradually dip back down to the 70s, and winter temperatures are typically in the 60s, with a rare dusting of snow. Pack a warm jacket for fall and winter trips, when evenings can get significantly colder.

Top things to do in Sedona

Bell Rock

Named for its unusual shape, this rock formation offers several ways to take in the views and the vibes — it’s also the site of one of the area’s energy vortexes. Bike or walk the easy trails at the base, or hike the moderate incline along the lower half of the rocks. If you feel like taking your hike to the next level, catch the ascending trail that leads all the way to the top of the spire. The trails are pet-friendly as long as your dog is on leash.

Cathedral Rock

Of all the red rock formations in the area, this towering sandstone butte may appear on the greatest number of postcards in town. The famous rocks are situated near a 286-acre nature preserve that’s criss-crossed with trails for hiking and ATV tours. Only the most experienced climbers should attempt the steep, rugged trek to the top.

Oak Creek Vista

The drive along Arizona State Route 89A headed north from Sedona is one of the most scenic byways in the state, especially as you head up Oak Creek Canyon. The road’s switchbacks are intense, but your nerves will be soothed as soon as you reach the vista point and look out onto miles of red rock canyons and forests.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How is the weather in Sedona?

    Sedona has a semi-arid climate with mild winters and warm summers. The average high temperature is 77°F (25°C), and the average low is 45°F (7°C). The area can receive snow in winter, making for beautiful views of the red rocks.

  • What are some of the best things to do in Sedona?

    Visitors can explore Sedona's red rocks on a Pink Jeep Tour, hike one of the many trails, or take a hot air balloon ride for a unique perspective. The art galleries of Tlaquepaque Village and yoga or wellness retreats are also popular.

  • What is the best time of year to visit Sedona?

    Spring and fall are often recommended for visiting Sedona due to comfortable temperatures. The Sedona International Film Festival in February, and the Sedona Arts Festival in October, are popular local events.

  • What are the best places to stay in Sedona?

    Uptown Sedona, with its proximity to shopping and dining, is often recommended. Other frequently suggested areas include the tranquil Oak Creek Canyon, and West Sedona, known for its residential feel and outdoor activities.

  • What are the best places to visit in Sedona?

    Popular places to explore in Sedona include the Chapel of the Holy Cross, a unique church nestled among the red rocks, and the Sedona Arts Center. The Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village, and Red Rock State Park are also frequently visited.

  • What are some hiking trails in Sedona?

    Popular hiking trails in Sedona include the Devil's Bridge Trail, the Cathedral Rock Trail, and the Boynton Canyon Trail. These trails allow you to explore Sedona's beautiful red rocks and sweeping vistas.

  • What are some family activities to do in Sedona?

    Families can explore the Sedona Heritage Museum, or take a fun and educational Pink Jeep Tour. The Slide Rock State Park, with its natural water slides, is another popular place for families.

  • What are some of the best day trip ideas in Sedona?

    You can explore the Red Rock Scenic Byway or take a day trip to the Grand Canyon National Park, which is about 176 kilometers away. A visit to Jerome, a historic copper mining town now filled with art galleries and shops, is often suggested.

  • Are there vacation rentals with a dedicated workspace in Sedona?

    Yes! Work meets play with ease at over 1,340 vacation rentals in Sedona featuring dedicated workspaces. Stay connected and productive in your home away from home.

  • Are there pet-friendly vacation rentals in Sedona?

    Four-legged friends are welcome in Sedona. Choose from more than 480 vacation rentals for guests traveling with pets.

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