Bell Rock Inn in Sedona, AZ

6246 State Route 179Sedona, AZ 86351
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Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Sedona Travel Experts
  • All suites are non smoking.
  • Motor home or RV parking is allowed; location of parking will be advised at check in.
  • All suites come with partial kitchen.
  • The resort charges a resort fee payable at check in.
  • Minimum age requirement for check in in 21 years of age.

Property Amenities

  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Business Center
  • Fitness Facilities
  • Express Checkout
  • Guest Laundry
  • Movie Rentals
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Internet Access in Public Areas (free)
  • Concierge Services
  • Barbecue Grill(s)
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from Bell Rock Inn
Check-In: 4:00pm Check-Out: 10:00am
Nestled in the foothills of Sedona and framed by breathtaking panoramas of the area’s famed red rocks, Bell Rock Inn offers an array of activities, perfect for any getaway. Whether you’re looking for adventure in Arizona’s backcountry or searching for a relaxing retreat, the resort is conveniently located just outside the busy city center and just a short distance from numerous hiking trails. Traverse the rugged landscape on foot, while horseback riding or on a Jeep® tour. Relax in the resort’s spacious accommodations, enjoy a poolside barbecue or curl up next to your in-suite fireplace.
Access to and use of common area facilities including pools, spas, fitness centers, business centers, restaurants, sports recreational facilities and resort common areas are subject to maximum occupancy/group size restrictions as mandated by the Governor of Arizona,

Check In/out
24 Hour Reception
Check In Day: Any day
Check in time: 16:00
Check out time: 10:00

Non-Smoking Resort
Prior to checking in:
  • All Guest Suites are Non-Smoking
  • Minimum age requirement for check-in is 21 years of age.
  • A limited number of pet friendly suites are available for Club Owners only. Please contact the resort directly to check availability before booking. Requests cannot be guaranteed until a pet friendly suite is assigned.
  • Restrictions and charges may apply. RV or motor home parking allowed at this resort (the front desk will advise location at check in).

    When checking in:
  • Hotel Guests and Exchange Reservation: A photo identification, credit card for $100 security deposit and a daily $15.95 plus tax resort fee will be required (cash is not an acceptable form of deposit).
  • Resort Fee includes Wi-Fi, garden recreational activities, pool and spa, seasonal activities, 24 hour lobby coffee/tea, 24 hour Business Center Computer/Internet access, boarding pass printing and usage of the Outdoor gas grills.

    A resort fee of $15.95 plus tax per night will be added to the reservation if the owner or member of THE Club® is checking in on a rental reservation.
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    "A bit worse for wear"
    TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
    Reviewed April 02, 2020
    We exchanged our Marriott time share for a week at this location. There was a significant gap in quality between what we traded and what we got. Our unit at Bell Rock was old and furnished with absolutely the cheapest cupboards, formica counters, and tub that had been painted and was peeling. There is no restaurant on site and no good restaurant (meant as sit-down with good wines and healthy food selections) within an easily walkable distance.
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    Syracuse, New York
    "Lack of Awareness"
    TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
    Reviewed April 01, 2020
    Bell Rock has a Trip Advisor Rating of 4.0 stars; however, I am making you aware of an experience that was less than favorable so that you are more aware of these issues for other guests. When we arrived at the resort early we were greeted promptly and hospitably. Our request to accommodate additional vehicles was accommodated, and we were made aware of a text that would indicate the room was ready. The check-in and staff were professional and friendly and we were satisfied with the townhome upon check-in. However, when we arrived back at the end of the day, we found the first floor of the town home to be damp near the fireplace. We were able to avoid it and I called the front desk to make them aware of the issue around 10:30p so they could address it in the morning before the next guest. By morning, the entire carpeted floor in our first- floor suite was soaked. Socks, and baggage were wet and no longer usable. At check-out, the front desk staff was apologetic and after contacting the manager was able to “give” us our $16.95 resort fee back, but was “unable to do anything else.” She noted that we had booked with an outside agency, when in fact, I had booked our reservation through Diamond Resorts online. While I can understand that some natural elements are at play, it had been raining for quite some time prior to our check-in and if the resort had any inkling that the room may be susceptible to rain, it should have been taken off the available list. The experience of staying overnight with wet carpet, which can cause health issues, in addition to a variety of other inconveniences having to do with damp luggage, socks and a general discomfort left much to be desired.
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    Lyle W
    Henderson, Nevada
    "Comfortable overall "
    TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
    Reviewed March 26, 2020
    Recently my wife and I stayed in a studio unit near the pool, overall the unit was comfortable and well equipped. Before we booked we had read that cell signal was not good, but my wife and I both had good reception (AT&T and Metro PCS), the one problem that I had was the WIFI signal would come and go, which made it difficult to load pages and download content.
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    Flagstaff, Arizona
    "Don’t Stay Here!"
    TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
    Reviewed March 26, 2020
    We were already warned that this was a time share hustle (from reading TripAdvisor reviews) and not a regular hotel before we got here. No problem, I can dodge a sales pitch as good as anyone, so I booked the room through the TripAdvisor web site and was instantly routed to another third party booking site called “Cancelon” who did the actual booking. When we arrived at this property’s front desk we were told that we would also be paying an additional $16.00 hotel/resort fee. I explained to the girl that the third party booking site (Cancelon) we had booked through said the fee was only supposed to be $13.00, she basically told me I needed to prove that (as if I were lying about $3.00). I attempted to log into their wi-fi while standing there at their front desk, but their wi-fi would not work. All the while the girl behind the desk stood there grinning at our perplexing dilemma as if she was full aware of their non-existent “wi-fi”. Of course I had no way of proving that while standing there at the front desk, and at that point we simply wanted to get checked in, so we agreed to pay this additional charge. We were then told that even though the room was already paid for (and they already had my credit card number), they were going place an additional $100.00 hold on my card as a “security deposit”. That is something I have never seen any hotel do unless the guest was paying in cash (or unless the hotel was a dive) in my 50+ years of staying in hotels. But once again after traveling all day we just wanted to get to our room and felt that we were at their mercy. After finally being checked in and told to go to the concierge’s desk (where they will attempt to hustle you into buying a time share), we skipped the concierge’s desk and went straight to our room. When we finally arrived at our room we discovered we were given a room that faced their swimming pool and not a room with a view as I had requested. We also discovered there was no elevator and had to lug a considerable amount of luggage up a very narrow set of stairs, across a breezeway, and down a hall to get to our room. As we were walking down the hall we noticed a very strong odor that smelled like bug spray. When we entered the room we immediately noticed one of the drapes had a large rip in it about a foot long, one of the ceramic tiles on the floor had a very large crack in it, and the floor strip between the ceramic tile and carpeting was broken. At that point we were worried the hotel might try and charge us for this damage (since they had put a hold on my credit card as a security deposit) and so we immediately took photos of these items that included a time stamp. The water pressure in the shower was so low that half of the jets in the shower head had no water coming out of them. I attempted to log onto their “wi-fi” until the wee hours of the morning but never could get on it. Extremely pathetic connection speed. Then, as we were finally going to bed we heard a smoke alarm go off from a nearby room. Someone was attempting to cook fish in their room and when they burnt their meal and set off their smoke alarm they opened their door to let the smoke/smell out and of course that smell instantly filled the hallway outside. Because of the way the air conditioning works in the rooms it also instantly drew that pungent smell from the hallway directly into our room and our room was inundated with the burnt fish odor most of the night. The only thing I could smell in our room besides fish that night is when someone decided to have a cigarette out in the hallway and that smell also came directly into our room. To be honest, at that point the cigarette smell came as a relief from the sickening burnt fish smell we had been experiencing so far that night. There are several other issues about this property that I will skip listing here for times sake, but needless to say we were not given any type of compensation or even an apology (by the same girl: Ms. Garcia) at check out. Interesting enough, when I went to check out she reversed the security deposit that was put on my credit card without verifying with housekeeping that we had not damaged the room, which tells me they don’t really care what happens to their rooms but are just following the routine policy set by management. If you plan on staying in Sedona or the Oak Creek Village area, do yourself a favor and shell out just a few more dollars and stay somewhere else. Just about any other place you stay in Sedona will be nicer than this time share hustle gone bad.
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    Frankfort, Indiana
    "Bell Rock Arizona Adventure"
    TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
    Reviewed March 23, 2020
    Great Resort! Staff and accommodations were great and the views from our condo were awesome! We were a short walk to the Bell Rock Pathway and it was wonderful! Of course it wasn’t crowded due to the coronavirus but that probably made it even better!
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    Frequently Asked Questions about Bell Rock Inn

    Is the hotel pet-friendly? 
    A limited number of pet friendly suites are available. Please contact the resort directly to request a pet friendly suite.

    Can I reserve a smoking room?
    No. All guest suites are non-smoking.

    What time is check in/check out?
    Check in time is 4:00PM local hotel time. Check out is 10:00AM local hotel time. 

    Does the hotel have WiFi?
    Yes. Wifi is available and included in your resort fee.

    Does the hotel serve a complimentary breakfast?

    Does the hotel have a restaurant/lounge/bar/coffee shop?
    No restaurant is located on-site.

    Does the hotel have a pool?
    Yes, the resort has two outdoor heated pool and outdoor jacuzzi.

    Does the hotel have a fitness center?
    Yes, the resort has a fitness center available to resort guests.

    Is parking available?
    Yes, parking is available. RV or motorhome parking is also allowed at this resort (the front desk will advise location at check in).

    Will my room have a safe?
    Yes, the suite has a safety deposit box.

    Will my room have a microwave and mini-fridge?
    Yes, the suite comes with refrigerator and microwave.

    Is housekeeping included?
    Mid-week service is available during stays of 4 nights or longer. Housekeeping service is available for a fee if staying less than 4 nights.

    Is there a resort fee?
    Yes, a $15.95 plus taxes per night resort fee is payable at check in.

    What is the minimum age to check-in?
    A guest must be at least 21 years of age to check in, a valid photo ID is required.

    Can I request a rollaway bed or crib?
    Crib or rollaway is available upon request, fee may apply.

    Is a business center available?
    A business center is available to resort guests.

    Is the hotel accessible?
    Yes, please contact the resort directly to request a room with accessible amenities.