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Los Abrigados Lodge

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Chicagoland, IL
Reviewed 26 April 2008

As others have said, the rooms are cheaper because before my fiancé and I could check in, we were asked to attend a seminar to purchase a time share in order to have our room upgraded, which we immediately declined. The rooms are small, old, and drafty and it is incredibly difficult to find. There was a decent sized gap...

Thank JnBD
Niagara Falls
Reviewed 14 April 2008

We had Nancy Jo as our "presenter of the time share". She acted like she was our best friend until we would not buy her overpriced timeshare. She even got her "sales manager". My wife and myself got up and left. It's a great place to go, if you want a cheap hotel room, and you can handle the hard...

Thank PurpleEagle
Irvine, CA
Reviewed 24 February 2008

We booked 2 rooms and upon check in they only had one room reserved. When they finally came up with the second room, they gave us one that was already occupied. It took 45 minutes to check in. Our room had yellowed sheets with hairs on it, stains on the blankets and cigarette butts on the patio. The microwave was...

2Thank CAGoofyman
Reviewed 10 February 2008

We were told before going on the time share tour that one of us had to be 25. Though I'm over 25, my husband is 23. We sat through the tour for two hours and were heavily heavily pressured to buy. We signed the paperwork (to what we thought and were told repeatedly) were our exit papers for the tour,...

2Thank meikjenny
Reviewed 5 February 2008

BEWARE! My husband and I were approached by a saleswoman if we would like to stay a night for $59 in a really nice suite and all we had to do is go through a 90 minute tour. We said sure and we asked if there was any obligation and she said no and no hard pressure. She registered us...

2Thank angiejn146
San Diego, California
Reviewed 30 December 2007

To sell timeshares, these rooms are offered at a low price. Should have known when I saw the dog pen in the lobby that this would be sub-par. Rooms are old, either very hot or too cold, no in-between. Carpet needs to be replaced. It's a shame because the location is good - but I cannot recommend this property. They...

Thank Navytravel
Reviewed 9 December 2007

I got suckered into staying at their hotel when I agreed to go to a time share meeting. On the contract, it said that there must be two people to qualify, but the salesman said to disregard that clause and that I qualify anyway. What a mistake! The next morning, I went to the meeting and they told me that...

Thank al16
Reviewed 2 October 2007

We stayed at the Los Abrigados Lodge for a wedding that took place at the Resort and Spa over Labor Day weekend. It cost us $189 for two nights because we agreed to listen to the timeshare spiel. The hotel was fine for our purposes. We got upgraded to a room with a balcony view for no reason, which was...

1Thank stacde
Somerset, England
Reviewed 11 August 2006

Los Abrigados Lodges are tucked back off the highway so the rooms are very quiet and have a lovely view of the red rocks behind. Our room was absolutely enormous, even by American standards. There was a lounge area with settee and armchair, the bedroom area had 2 queen beds and there was a well equipped kitchen area (but no...

6Thank capejoy
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Denver, CO
2 reviews
23 helpful votes
Reviewed 8 June 2006

This place is Okay if it is free or close to free. It is very old and looks very much like a motel 6. It was somewhat hard to find because it is actually behind the stores on highway 89A. The furniture is old and the pull out sofa bed is death to anyone over 10 years old. The catch...

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Additional Information about Los Abrigados Lodge

Address: 280 North Highway 89A, Sedona, AZ 86336
Region: United States > Arizona > Sedona
Price Range: $96 - $235 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Los Abrigados Lodge 3*
Number of rooms: 40
Also Known As:
Los Abrigados Hotel Sedona
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“If you are looking for complete quiet, ask for a room away from the pool- however, even if you are by the pool, the noise is minimal after 11pm.”
Lovey13, 4 Sep 2013 | Read review
“Higher rooms have views and a nice balcony.”
msacks71, 15 Oct 2012 | Read review
“We were very happy with the second floor; more view and some distance from the little bit of parking traffic.”
clpb, 11 May 2012 | Read review
“There was no replacement room mentioned to us.”
jennakey, 25 Jun 2011 | Read review
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