2545 W Hwy 89A, Sedona Arizona 86336
Toll Free: 866-665-9330
The Sedona Super 8 is AAA Approved, and has such amenities as satellite TV with two movie channels, complimentary coffee in the lobby, a heated swimming pool (seasonal), guest laundry, and a restaurant located on the property. The three-story building provides spectacular views of the Sedona Red Rocks and glorious Arizona sunsets.
Accommodations include Private spa rooms, on-site restaurant, conference Room and heated outdoor pool (seasonal). Groups & motor coach tours welcome.
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