The L’Auberge de Sedona Lodge Rooms provide a refreshing blend of rustic and modern décor with natural light and warm comfort. The crisp white beds are an inviting contrast to the dark four-poster bed and leather lounge seating. Enjoy a glass of wine on your private balcony or patio, or while catching up on your favorite show on the generously sized television screen. All of our Sedona Lodge Rooms feature king-sized beds with sumptuous linens, duvets, and pillows, as well as full bathrooms with spacious showers.
- Sleeps 2
- Balcony or Deck seating
- 390 square feet
- Four-poster, king-sized bed
- Complimentary high-speed internet
- Complimentary digital access to New York Times & Financial Times
- 55” high-definition 4K Samsung TV
- ILLY coffee machines with complimentary coffee/espresso
- L’OCCITANE hair & skin products
- Deluxe bathrobes & slippers
- Down bedding & pillows
- Nightly turndown service
- Studio style
- In-room safe
- View: Property Landscape
Other Options That May Interest You
Sedona Lodge Suites
Featuring all the amenities as our Lodge Rooms, the Lodge Suites include a sitting area with sleeper sofa, plus an oversized bathtub for relaxing.
- Sleeps 4
- 420 sq/ft
Lodge Deluxe Room ADA
Designated as mobility accessible, this naturally relaxing room with king-size bed offers a myriad of upscale amenities and ADA features.
- Sleeps 2
- ADA bathroom
- Bathroom grab bars
Spa Suite Cottage
These luxury accommodations are a tranquil refuge and continue the modern style and amenities of a Spa Cottage, with the addition of a separate living area.
- Sleeps 4
- 610 sq/ft
Accommodation Offers & Packages
Stay More, Save More
Escape to L’Auberge on your own terms. Stay longer and experience more, while saving up to 20% off on your choice of accommodations.
Embrace retrograde and prioritize wellness with a 2-night stay and over $500 in resort credits towards yoga or meditation, dining, and spa services.
The Intuitive Vortex
Based on your chosen vortex, this handcrafted wellness package gives a guided introduction to Sedona and its vortices through meditation, hiking, and massage.