El Portal



95 Portal Lane SedonaSee nearby area


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Lonely Planet review

This discreet little inn is a beautiful blend of Southwestern- and Craftsman-style. It's a pocket of relaxed luxury tucked away in a corner across from the galleries and restaurants of Tlaquepaque and marvelously removed from the chaos of Sedona's tourist-heavy downtown. The look is rustic but sophisticated, incorporating reclaimed wood, Navajo rugs, river rock and thick adobe walls.

Each room is meticulously designed and decorated with Stickley and Wright furnishings, exposed beams and antique iron fixtures. Bathrooms include massive stand-alone tubs, tile and skylights. The inn surrounds a quiet courtyard, perfect for sipping a glass of wine. There are DVDs and board games upstairs, a handsome dining room serving delicious breakfast and lunch, and guests enjoy privileges at the gym, swimming pools and spa of neighboring Los Abrigados Resort. El Portal not only allows dogs, but it warmly welcomes furry friends. Many rooms have private fenced-in patios, there is no added fee for any sized critter; dogs can sit along next to guests in the lovely dining room, and pets are greeted with a personal basket with a blanket and treats.

Our independent authors have visited El Portal and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Sedona.

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