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Old 03-10-2011, 05:52 PM   #1
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I am looking for any recommendations on a good suite hotel in Sedona and any suggestions on restaurants.

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Old 03-10-2011, 06:02 PM   #2
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We always stay at the Lodge at Sedona. Been staying there for 15 years, just gets better and more expensive every the time. Accommodations at Lodge At Sedona :: Sedona Arizona Luxury Bed and Breakfast Inn, Four Diamond AZ Lodging

We are veggies so we like to eat at the Heartline Cafe. Heartline Cafe’ Sedona, Arizona – fine food with a casual mood

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We visited Sedona last spring, and for a slightly over the top stay (to compensate DW for where we had to stay at the Grand Canyon), we stayed at the Adobe Grand Villas.
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We stayed at a rental condo our last trip. Probably a lot of them listed online.

Also El Rincon for food
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I've also stayed at the Adobe Grand Villas----very nice place!
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