We had number 21, a corner room on the lower level. It wasnít great - quite dark (just two small windows), a bit old fashioned and extremely simple (the bathroom window didnít shut). There was a spiderís web on one of the lamps and some dust under the bed, so it could have done with a thorough going over, but the bits that mattered (like the bathroom, the linen, and the bedroom floor) were spotless, so we were fine walking around in bare feet.
The nicest part was the little patio outside Ė three seats, a table and glimpses of the red rocks. No wonder half the other guests seemed to spend their time sitting outside their rooms Ė there are microwaves and fridges in each room, so you can eat outside as well.
What We Liked:
All the staff we met were very helpful (especially Kate, who was sweet, and even invited us for coffee the next day). Wifi is free (loving the hippy password ďesotericĒ) and the connection is good. And for what we got, in pricey town, the price was very good.
What We Didnít Like:
Although the essentials were clean, the room could do with a thorough going over to get rid of the dust - it looked like the area under the bed hadnít seen a vacuum for a good few weeks. The room was rather tired, but then itís a cheap motel.
There arenít any, unless you count the view. But if you were in a higher level room, that would be pretty spectacular. And donít forget those lower level patios.
Itís not remotely lux, but then if youíre off to Sedona, youíre probably going to be getting mucky doing hiking, in which case you donít really need to spend much time in your room. And if youíre doing the new age stuff, youíll probably be so chilled you wonít care that your room probably last saw the decorators in the eighties. Top marks, though, to the staff, the atmosphere and the location. TripAdvisor is positive too. So if youíre not after a fancypants gaff, this is a good bet.