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Coconino County Fairgrounds
The location for our trip, the amenities for the family, price and cleanliness I was totally bummed the night we stayed the pool was closed so my older kids didn't have anything to do when we went to the casino.
The property is new...or new enough that makes no difference. The rooms are aesthetically appealing and clean. The bed was unbelievably uncomfortable. Traveling frequently, the bed rates among the worst I've ever experienced. I attribute my absolute inability to sleep to the quality of the mattress. The staff did not show any courtesy or interest at any point during our stay. During check-in, the associate had a laundry list of policies and rules that he rattled off in a monotone voice at lightning speed as if he were giving the terms and conditions at the end of a radio advertisement. He stopped halfway through when a maintenance employee interrupted him. The desk associate then proceeded to have a separate conversation with the maintenance person for several minutes, before continuing his speech without apology or inflection, as if nothing had distracted him in the first place.
Room staff environment beauty spa overall wonderful Very hard to find parking if you bring a car. $5 for a cup of coffee confusing to get around
Spectacular venue and uniquely situated. Property is run down. Massive investment needed. Rooms: had a junior suite and found it fine. Curtains were a thin sheer fabric that was dirty. Shower head didn't function properly so shower wasn't relaxing. Furniture outdated. Porch dirty and unkempt. Spa: Shocking that the spa is so highly rated - locker room lockers didn't work, showers grungy, dirty towels everywhere as attendant never there, the masseuse was 15 min late for one of my treatments. You get it.
A little removed from the main Sedona, but close enough for activities.
So many things if this hotel is a 2 or 3 stars. When we arrived to checking in, no Welcome, just "last name on the reservation"... rude... The second day, our room was not clean. Their answer was "room are clean every two days"... So they sent a cleaning lady...We asked why we have a cheap room for disable people, not convenient for people who are not disable, they said "you reserved from a Third party", like those website company, so they treat us like a Third class people with disdain
Location! This was just a quick weekend stay with my son. Our purpose was to spend time together and hike. So, we just needed a place to sleep and did not use the resort's amenities. Clean. Comfortable. Really nothing.
The stay at the Ridge was just o.k. Nothing special about the room or the place. We spent our time away from the resort, out and about in the Sedona area. What's most annoying is the near daily phone calls both my wife and I get now from Diamond Resorts now 2 months after staying there. For the marginal amount we saved staying there, it's not worth the annoyance of these phone calls.
I would go back again. Great restaurant just 10 minutes from Hotel, short drive to Sedona and scenic drive to Grand Canyon. Love the pool and club house
While not downtown, if willing to go a couple of miles from the main drag this was a nice option. Brought my family along. The kids loved the place. The lodge located just a short walk up the road from our unit was a nice place. We took advantage of the mini-golf and the movie night for children. They also played ping-pong and used the playground. I enjoy the option of having your own kitchen and the freedom to do some simple cooking. Eating breakfast in the room saves time and money. Also nice to have a microwave in the evening for popcorn.