Cities within 25 miles of Cottonwood

Camp Verde
Chino Valley
Cottonwood
Munds Park
Prescott
Prescott Valley
Sedona


Historical Places

Historic Old Town Info Center


Hospitals & Medical Care Facilities

Verde Valley Medical Center


Museums

Clemenceau Heritage Museum

Cottonwood Hotels

Quality Inn Cottonwood
301 W. SR 89-A
Cottonwood, AZ 86326-4145
Sample Rates for this hotel:
( $93.00 - $95.00 )

Rated: 2 Star Hotel
Welcome to the Cottonwood Quality Inn featuring free breakfast with pancakes each morning. Free wireless high-speed Internet access, free coffee and a...hotel description continued
BEST WESTERN Cottonwood Inn
993 S Main Street
Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Sample Rates for this hotel:
( $104.99 - $159.99 )

Rated: 3 Star Hotel
Sedona is just 15 minutes away!Come visit the beautiful Sedona-Verde Valley! The BEST WESTERN Cottonwood Inn is centrally located to many attractions....hotel description continued
Super 8 Cottonwood
800 S. Main Street
Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Sample Rates for this hotel:
( $70.00 - $80.00 )

Rated: 2 Star Hotel
Our southwestern style inn us located in the Verde Valley town of Cottonwood centrally located 100 miles north of Phoenix and 20 miles south of Sedona...hotel description continued
Desert Rose Bed and Breakfast
4190 E Bridle Path Road
Cottonwood, AZ 86326
Sample Rates for this hotel:
( $132.00 - $225.34 )

Rated: 3 Star Hotel
The Desert Rose offers world class luxury and amenities at an affordable small town price. Our quaint desert setting will give you the most authentic ...hotel description continued

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