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Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort
Ranked #24 of 48 Hotels in Sedona
Certificate of Excellence
Vancouver, Washington
Level 3 Contributor
16 reviews
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“OK -nothing to write home about!”
Reviewed 27 February 2012

We got a great Groupon deal for a two night stay for $108 but weren't aware this was a timeshare property. We agreed to the presentation to get the $75 (we already own at a BEAUTIFUL resort in Cabo so we kind of knew the drill). The presentation was high pressure but if you know that going in and don't feel guilty when someone is doing his best to make you feel awful for "coming to a presentation just to get the $75!" then you'll be fine. The property is OK; the room is a bit small and there is NO storage in the kitchen area, the beds were comfy, the bathroom doesn't have a separate toilet closet so if you get a 1 bedroom or studio - plan to share the bathroom. The room was clean, the grounds clean, the hottubs were VERY hot, soap/shampoo were nice, and the golf course across the street is spectacular (though spendy (about $90 with a cart before 11am). The resort is a little ways from the main part of Sedona shopping/dining but close to hiking. Internet is 7.99 a night (ouch). The main bed was uncomfortable but the pull out sofa was memory foam and the nicest our 12 year old has slept on. Overall, it was worth the $54 a night we paid and the $75 we received for the presentation (just hold your ground, leave after 90 minutes, and be respectful). Might stay there again but probably will hold out for another fantastic groupon deal or priceline deal.

Room Tip: the two bedroom suites are great (not sure how much they run). Don't attempt a studio if you hav...
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Reviewed 24 February 2012

The room was ok but the bed was small (full for a married couple). The pillows were very uncomfortable and the ac/heating unit was very loud. The concierge was pushy, trying to get us to come in to hear about the timeshare opportunities. We said no, thank you several times but she would not stop! We will not stay again.

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Reviewed 12 February 2012

My wife and I stayed at the Ridge last week and enjoyed it. We went there on an Interval timeshare "getaway", got a great price and had rented a 2 BR unit. Initially (before arriving) I wasn't expecting to be impressed as I have been spoiled by Marriott and have had some past issues with Diamond. But, in total, I was pretty impressed with this place and would go back again!!! Thumbs up!

The pluses:
The place was very clean (my wife - - as she always does - - went around with Sani-wipes and said that the place was very clean. Kudos to the cleaning staff. They're doing a good job.
The unit was quiet in the evening and very comfortable
The bedding and towels were VERY good (I was pleased that the bedding was hypo-allergenic - - Marriott - - you should copy Diamond in this area !!)
The unit had been freshly repainted
The entire area is very pretty, lots to see and lots of good restaurants
There are computers in the lobby which were fairly accessible (free)
No bugs seen !
There is a free safe in the main and efficiency side.

The minuses (not enough to discourage me):
We were in building 22 - - on the map it appeared to be close to a spa but required about 50 steps to be climbed. Our view was very limited. But that wasn't a terribly big issue on this trip.
They were doing some major remodeling so we heard noise during the day. Our unit was not yet remodeled and had old non-flat-screen TVs.
The nearby gas grills were hard to start and it heated very slowly. I had to ask for help from maintenance. I think that the gas pressure was too low. But after "someone" - - wink wink - - turned up the pressure (to where it should have been) and it worked MUCH better both in starting and heating up.
We had a few minor issues (the radio/dvd player was unplugged), the gas fireplace had to be turned on and off about 1/2 dozen times before it finally started (every time!) , the clock radio is close to impossible to program. No HBO/Showtime.
The timeshare sales vultures were active at the activities desk. Typical pushiness but not to a fault.

Other: there are lots of restaurants in the area. On Thursday night the very nearby Sedona Golf Club (2 blocks from lobby) has a $14 buffet. Very good food. Cafe Jose, also nearby, was good. Red Rock cafe has moved a few round-abouts north. The IGA grocery store is only about 1/2 mile away. The Safeway is in Sedona.
We went on the Verde Canyon Train trip by Cottonwood. It was VERY enjoyable and relaxing. It is a "must do".

Things to consider when booking:
The upper floors have better views and are (reportedly) quieter. But there are no elevators
There are many steps to the spas, and no elevators ( an issue if you're traveling with people with disabilities)
They have good (free) coffee in the lobby.

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Room Tip: Upper floor (more quiet and better view). Ask for remodeled unit with a view. If the weather is co...
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Grafton, Wisconsin
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Reviewed 19 January 2012

We were able to stay at the Ridge for one night on a reward deal from the Scottsdale Links Resort. What a wonderful stay! Four of us stayed in a beautiful 2 room connected suite. The beds were comfortable, the kitchens (one in each room) were updated, fully equipped and wonderful. If you have mobility problems, this resort might not be for you. There were stairs everywhere including for the entry to our condo. The pools and hot tubs were terrific (stair accessible). A bit of a drive to Sedona since this resort is really located in Oak Creek, a few miles south. Would highly recommend. We are not golfers but loved our stay near Sedona at this wonderful resort.

  • Stayed January 2012, travelled with friends
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Arizona
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Reviewed 17 January 2012

Arrived at 3, but had to wait about 45 minutes for our room. We got a studio in Building 6, and were plesently surprised to see we had a better kitchen than anticipated from the printed material. This is a time share property, so you have to get your "pool pass" from the consierge, which is their opportunity to pitch a presentation, but no pressure, and the incentives were good. We opted out. They recommended a few resturants, but we found them very ordinary, and you can do better in Sedona or Oak Creek Village. Room was clean, bed was adequate (can't get a king in a sutio), but the sheets were a little worn, and the housekeeper short sheeted the bed. Time to buy fitted sheets, I think. Bathroom and shower were very nice, and spacious. Pool and tot tubs were very nice with some really nice views of the red-rocks. This location is the very south end of the area, so allow 15-20 minutes to get to Downtown Sedona. All of the appliances worked well, and seemed pretty new. The TV was a bit small, but the studios are actually part of a two bedroom condo they lock off for rentals like ours, so the "big" TV is in the other, adjoining unit. Noise from the neibors was minimal, and ice and trash areas were close enough, but outside. All in all I'd go back, but get the one bedroom.

Room Tip: Get the 1-2 bedroom if you want a king bed. Studio has a nice kitchen too.
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  • Stayed January 2012, travelled as a couple
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Property: Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort
Address: 55 Sun Ridge Cir, Sedona, AZ 86351-7389
Region: United States > Arizona > Sedona
Amenities:
Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#9 Top resorts Hotel in Sedona
#15 Family Hotel in Sedona
#22 Romantic Hotel in Sedona
Price range (per night): $129 - $411
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Ridge on Sedona Golf Resort 3.5*
Number of rooms: 236
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
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