The El Portal Hotelin Sedona, Arizona is a boutique, luxury property located right across from the artsy Tlaquepaque Village where you’ll have access to shops, restaurants, cafés, and more. Though lots of stuff is close by the hotel, it’s off to the side, creating a quiet and secluded retreat and surrounded by plant-life. The El Portal Hotel is not a large, so there’s not many rooms, but one has been modified for wheelchair access.
Dog Friendly: Yes, a fee is required.
Parking: One designated handicapped spot is located in front of the trash can bin on packed dirt.
Entrance: Courtyard patio with hanging lights and a firepit is a lovely ambiance.
Front-Main Door: Wide but very heavy and difficult to open.
Breakfast: A sit-down, paid breakfast is available in lobby.
Happy Hour: Wine, cheese and other snacks are available complimentary.
Alcohol, Beverages and Snacks: Can be purchased using “honor system.”
Door: Wide and light-weight.
Maneuverability: Spacious, and extra spacious once I had some furniture and a rug removed.
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