Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa

A Red Rock retreat
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Small, intimate and modern, with only 74 rooms, Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa aims to deliver a personalized experience, from the meals at the onsite restaurant Reds Restaurant to the healing treatments in the full-service spa. With a style that takes its design cues from Spanish Andalusia, the desert retreat makes the most of its setting with plenty of open air spaces and oversized windows that open to the outside. Stargazing with an astronomer, meditating at an outdoor prayer circle and in-depth ayurvedic consultations are just a few of the unique, interesting services that this lifestyle hotel provides.

A true community favorite, Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa lends its restaurant and social spaces to host events that allow travelers to connect with Sedona locals; the hotel hosts the VIP lounge and green room for the acclaimed Sedona International Film Festival as well as live music and events throughout the year.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa is in West Sedona between Sedona’s Uptown tourist area and Enchantment Resort. The urban setting provides easy access to the theater and art center venues for the annual Sedona International Film Festival as well as upscale restaurants and popular hiking trails.
  • The Sedona Urban Trail System meanders through Sedona Rouge’s property while the Thunder Mountain trailhead to rugged backcountry is only one mile away. Thunder Mountain itself stands behind the hotel in red rock majesty.
  • Architectural features from Southern Spain and North Africa punctuate the eclectic, modern design style of Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa. Vibrant colors, polished tile fountains and ironworks are reminiscent of leisurely Andalusia.
  • The fun, casual Iberian theme carries across to the hotel’s logo, which includes a frolicking Andalusian horse, a favorite Spanish icon. The design theme expands a bit with the inclusion of Asian elements such as bamboo and centrally placed carved columns from Bali, pieces from Tunisia and Syria, and Middle Eastern earthenware urns.
Things to Know
  • The best time to visit Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa is during the spring (April and May) or fall (mid-September to early November) when average temperatures range from a perfect 74 to 84 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • In the spring, the aromas of the chef’s herb gardens fill the air as you head for your spa treatments.
  • Chef Ron Moler is often seen interacting with guests in the main dining area. Reds’ open kitchen makes the chef visible and the Arizona native enjoys creating special orders including healthy, wellness cuisine.
  • In autumn, the Sedona area is one of Arizonans’ favorite places for fall color drives. In either season, Sedona is alive with art gallery goers, hikers, jeep tours through unusual rock formations and international travelers curious about mystic healing energies of the red rocks.
  • Winters can be mild and are often a good time to visit, though we suggest you check weather forecasts before booking a trip from mid-November through March.
The Rooms
  • The diverse guest room configurations at Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa have one element running through them all: the color red. The vibrant red is part of the boutique hotel’s signature and can be found in all eight unique guest room types.
  • We recommend the Andalusia or Alhambra Suite for their spacious living areas, gas fireplaces and walk-in showers. You’ll get the best views of Thunder Mountain from the step-out Euro balconies in rooms located on the third floor.
  • Ask for a corner suite, and you’ll get two balcons. If you prefer the ground floor, stay in the Courtyard Suite with separate office, king bed, pullout sofa bed and self-contained patio complete with a private gate to the pool and Jacuzzi — this suite is healing guru Deepak Chopra’s room of choice.
  • Two-room, adults-only suites with soaking tubs in the main living areas are available in the Spa at Sedona Rouge, which is located on the property but away from the main hotel reception area.
  • All guest rooms’ amenities include custom body products formulated and made locally in Sedona, Simmons pillow-top mattresses, gourmet Illy coffee service and Kashwére chenille robes.
The Restaurants
  • Reds Restaurant at Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa offers modern American cuisine with a contemporary twist in four different dining spaces.
  • Large communal high-tops in the Upper Lounge attract those who like to socialize for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Regular menu options or small plates make this the busiest area of the restaurant at night.
  • Live music draws a local clientele seven nights per week from 6 to 9 p.m. The bar area stays open a bit longer — until 9:30 or 10 p.m. — and attracts wine enthusiasts with a long bar menu that includes specialty cocktails, local beer and local wine. You may also dine outdoors on Reds’ small patio.
  • Room service at Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa is available in guest rooms and in the tranquility lounge at the Spa at Sedona Rouge.
Getting There
2250 West State Route 89A, Sedona, Arizona 86336
TEL928-203-4111 | 866-312-4111
Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa