Best Sedona Airbnbs for an Incredible Sedona, AZ Vacation
Omg, you will not believe these gorgeous Sedona Airbnbs! I legit want to stay at every rental in this Airbnb Sedona roundup.
Sedona is such a great place to rent an Airbnb, whether you’re heading with a group of people and looking for an awesome, big house, or going on a trip as a couple and looking for something romantic and cozy.
After a few trips to Sedona, I’ve combed through all of the available Airbnb listings and picked out my top favorite Sedona Airbnbs for you based on aesthetics, price, and location.
In this best Sedona Airbnbs list, you’ll find a mix of tiny homes for two, all the way up to big gorgeous houses perfect for a bachelorette party or big group vacation.
USA Weekend named Sedona the most beautiful place in the United States, so you’ll absolutely be able to find incredible vacation rentals on Airbnb with spectacular views you won’t find anywhere else in Arizona, or the country.
A few quick tips for your Sedona trip:
– Sedona isn’t walkable and there isn’t great public transportation, so definitely rent a car.
– You can fly into Phoenix and Sedona is a two-hour drive from the airport.
– Spring or fall are the best seasons to visit Sedona, when the weather isn’t scorching hot.
– Be sure to pack proper hiking attire and boots, and when you go on your hikes bring even more water than you think you’ll need. The sun is strong and the hikes can be steep!
Ok, let's start this Sedona Airbnbs list off with a bang, shall we?? This Airbnb is so beautiful and has some incredible amenities, including a saltwater swimming pool, hot tub, and steam room. You can take a dip in the pool or relax in the hot tub while looking out over some seriously gorgeous red rock views. I can't think of anything more relaxing or special!
This loft is a red rock studio with a modern interior and Sedona red rock views from both inside the studio and out on the patio. The building itself is one of a few historic buildings in Sedona, designed by Bob McIntyre (the same architect who designed the Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Center in Sedona). The property is in West Sedona, just a few minutes' drive from downtown.
The Airbnb owners also offer Myofascial Release Therapy and Reiki treatments, as well as wine tastings right onsite at the property. As far as location goes, the property feels very private, yet you're only a mile away from Sedona's downtown area.
While this Airbnb is certainly on the pricier side for a studio, the incredible views and amenities are worth it for a special weekend. I'd love to stay here and do a little couple's retreat and just enjoy some R&R!
If you're looking for a studio that is more budget-friendly, I've got another red rock studio apartment for you. This timeshare resort is a great option (don't worry, timeshare pitches are not required to stay here). Outdoor amenities at the resort include a pool, hot tub, and grilling area. The interiors of the rooms are modest and simple, but what do you want for $69 per night??
These studios have a queen bed and sofa couch, as well as a kitchenette so you can do a little cooking if you like. I always prefer to make a quick breakfast at home before heading out for a day of adventuring, rather than trying to find a place to eat out at for breakfast.
Do note that cell services is limited at this property, and they've shared that their wifi can be spotty too. So if you're looking to be fully connected, this may not be the place for you. But if you're looking to unplug a bit (which I highly recommend if you're going to relax in Sedona anyways), then connectivity isn't an issue anyway.
Ok, how chic is this living room? If you're looking for a big beautiful house to fit your whole family or group of friends, this modern Airbnb Plus is a great bet. The house is beautiful, with a full kitchen, four bedrooms, and impeccable design. There's a back patio with a BBQ, perfect for grilling and relaxing in the evenings.
The house is within walking distance of several hiking trails, and a short walk to the famous Chapel of the Holy Cross, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Since the house is located in the scenic chapel district of Sedona, you're only a 10-minute drive to downtown Sedona.
Here's another great option for a gorgeous house for a group of people. This one is also an Airbnb plus and in the Chapel District, situated near some of Sedona's best red rock formations and hiking trails. The owner calls this property "Hiker's Haven," and recent guests agree that the hiking and location can't be beat.
The house has a beautiful mid-century modern aesthetic, and features a covered back patio and outdoor dining space with a BBQ. You're likely to spot deer or javelina back here! At the front of the house, you're greeted with mountain views and a little sitting area where you can sip and enjoy your morning coffee.
Two friends or a couple looking for an adventure getaway would love this tiny house. It might be the cutest spot in Red Rock Country. While the inside is small (it is a tiny house, after all!), and the one-bedroom is really a loft, there's outdoor space by way of the patio, and a relaxing hot tub as well. The location is in Oak Creek Canyon, between downtown Sedona and Slide Rock Park, so you'll be surrounded by nature and hiking trails. Guests have loved their cozy stays here and given this place rave reviews.
This place offers a wonderful way to reconnect with nature in beautiful Sedona. Watch the sunset change the colors of the beautiful red rocks as you relax in the hot tub, and stargaze from the patio chairs at night. This is a popular one so be sure to check availability ASAP!
Here's another tiny cabin option by the same owner as the above tiny house, with a more rustic interior. Enjoy listening to the creek nearby with a glass of wine in-hand on the deck. From inside in the loft bed, you can see canyon views. You're also a walk away from one of Sedona's best breakfast spots. And of course, enjoy the hot tub after a day of hiking or a long day trip to the Grand Canyon.
This studio is very centrally located in West Sedona, and has a spacious deck with red rock views. Of course, the pool with its stunning views is what makes this place such a gem. You'll also find a gas BBQ outside for grilling. With near-perfect guest reviews and incredibly reasonable prices that average just $88 per night, this place is booked out pretty far in advance. Book it now for a trip for two!
This beautiful casita is a little bit outside of town on Dry Creek Road, so it's very peaceful. Sedona isn't huge so you're still close to shopping, dining, and hiking. The views are absolutely jaw-dropping, both from inside and out on the patio and from the infinity pool.
In addition to the epic pool, outside you'll find a wrap-around deck, BBQ, and hot tub. Honestly, you may never want to leave!
If you're into glamping, I've got the perfect yurt for you! Immerse yourself in the stunning nature that Sedona has to offer by staying in this cozy glamping tent. Inside the lotus belle tent, you'll find a cozy king-size mattress. In the summer months there's an AC unit to keep you cool, and during the winter months, the tent is cozy and warm. It is insulated, and there's an electric infrared fireplace and an electric heating blanket to keep you warm at night. There's an outdoor bathroom and the shower has heated water.
As far as location goes, this one is pretty special. This Airbnb is located on Oak Creek with epic views of Cathedral Rock, at a location called Cathedral Rock Crossing (one of Sedona's most famous and most photographed spots). Cathedral Rock is known as the most powerful vortex spot in Sedona, so waking up to these views is pretty amazing.
Expect spotty cell services here, but they do have free wifi so you won't be totally cut off!
Have you ever seen an Airbnb listing with nearly 300 reviews and perfect 5-star ratings?? Let me tell you, that's pretty rare when it comes to Airbnb rentals, but this beautiful house has all the rave reviews. This West Sedona house is newly-built, and chock full of amenities that any guest would appreciate.
For example, included with the house is the usage of a Red Rock Pass, so you'll get free parking at Sedona's trailheads, as well as free access to other areas like West Fork and Grasshopper Point. Plus the host provides hiking essentials for you like daypacks, hiking poles, and a cooler. Seriously, how thoughtful!
The house has a beautiful roofdeck with spectacular views, where you can enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning, watch the sunset, and stargaze.
Starting at $135 per night, this place is a steal and gets booked out months in advance.
Check out those expansive red rock views! This house would be great for a family of four or a group of friends. Just try not to fight over who gets the master bed/bath with the jacuzzi tub. It's located just south of Tlaquepaque, so you'll have plenty of dining and shopping options nearby.
Enjoy the stunning views from the patio, and take advantage of the outdoor grill.
Traveling with a big group of people? Here's a great option for you. This house is located in a private neighborhood on the edge of West Sedona, and has some seriously striking views. The wrap-around deck offers ample seating and a hot tub. The house can accommodate 8 people, but there's also a downstairs unit you can rent for an extra $100 if you need to fit 10.
This spacious house has a dreamy back patio, complete with a grill, hot tub, plenty of seating, and beautiful red rock views. It's located in the Chapel District in a quiet neighborhood. Cozy up to the fireplace indoors, or enjoy a glass of wine and dinner out on the back patio with Sedona's Red Rocks towering above you.
This is a really popular Airbnb on the market for groups, and it has all the comforts of home. It's located in West Sedona, and you're a couple of minutes away from Safeway and Starbucks, with plenty of dining and hiking close by as well. I obviously love it for its red rock views, sunken hot tub, outdoor seating and grill, and fire pit. This would be such a fun house to hang out at for a family or friend trip in beautiful Sedona!
Home sweet dome! If you're looking for a fun, unique, and honestly super funky Airbnb in Sedona, this is it.
It's plenty spacious with multiple bedrooms and can accommodate a good-sized group of people. The location is great for those who want to be in red rock country and close to hiking and mountain biking.
Omg, seriously wishing I could teleport to one of these Sedona Airbnbs with a pool and views right now! How dreamy. If you end up booking of these Airbnbs definitely let me know and tag me in an Insta Story or two!
Is it better to stay in Sedona or West Sedona?
Stay in Sedona if you want to be able to walk to some of the shops and restaurants. If you’re looking for a quieter area, West Sedona is more residential and feels more private. Sedona is a pretty small area so either way, you will not be more than a 10-15 minute drive to shopping, restaurants, and hiking.
Is Sedona walkable?
The main street of Sedona is very walkable for shops and restaurants, but you will definitely want to rent a car if you’re traveling to Sedona so you can easily get to different hiking spots, restaurants, etc.
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