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Located 171 miles away from over 2,000 natural stone arches showcased in Arches National Park, this Kayenta hotel offers a restaurant, a gym and an outdoor pool. All guest rooms include free Wi-Fi.
Exclusive accomodation, perfect breakfast, heated pool. Nice gift shop in lobby. Very clean. Nice atmosphere. Visited the property after 20 years, meet all expectations.
Featuring an indoor heated pool, this motel is 40 minutes’ drive from Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. Each room includes free WiFi. A continental breakfast is served daily.
A very good place to sleep while traveling. Clean and comfortable beds. In addition, there is an indoor swimming pool and breakfast included.
Located 30 miles from Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, this Kayenta, Arizona inn features a seasonal outdoor swimming pool. Navajo National Monument is 35 minutes’ drive away.
The hotel was clean and comfortable. The grounds were beautifully maintained.
Goulding's Lodge is offering accommodations in Monument Valley. With a restaurant, the 3-star resort has air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi, each with a private bathroom.
Excellent property! We stayed in the one bedroom cabins and its so cozy and clean. Theres a supermarket, laundromart, petrol station, resto and carwash nearby. Everything si just perfect. The sheets are very clean and bed super comfortable. View is magical!
Small town limited for much beyond fast food. Expensive accommodations at primary hotel, but lack of basics…refrigerator, microwave and advertised Internet was nonexistent even on a slow day that we were there. Clean and comfortable, but seriously lacking in typical services. Staff was not especially friendly either. We will mot return not can we recommend hotel at the inflated price compared to any other hotels in the area. Restaurant was very good…the most redeeming factor there!
Kayenta is the go-to town if you're planning a day or 2 in Monument Valley. It has all of the basic amenities you need: gas station, accommodation, restaurants, fast food, food shop, but that's it. Great if you're looking for a simple stay as a pitstop for your Monument Valley days.
Convenient location for Monument Valley, local population making the most of it too, costs verse value quite low. There is nothing much to recommend Kayenta, if we were to plan a trip again we would avoid staying here
We stayed in Kayenta because of closest location available to Monument Valley. The town offers NO other advantages. If I were booking here again I would likely stay at another lodging;. There is a Hampton Inn that looked attractive. There was only one restaurant that we saw; very busy. I would rate it mediocre. Otherwise the options were fast food.
The Monument Valley was beautiful! I would like to come back, but I would take the guided tour. The 17 mile drive would be hard any any car. The horse back tour would be great too as both tours are able to go places that you are not allowed to go.
It is sensory overload from Williams, AZ to Durango, CO, with Kayenta in the middle and a great place for a night long respite. We did not allow enough time to really enjoy this beautiful setting. Grand Canyon, South Rim, stunning rock formations on the drive to Kayenta, and the monuments just north of town, featuring El Capitain are other worldly. We arrive too late to enjoy the local cuisine. Had a great sleep at the Wetherill.
The rooms were really nice, albeit without a microwave. The location is fine, with a couple of fast food restaurants just next to the hotel. The breakfast was pretty good, with enough choice.
The breakfast had a lot of options, the environment was very hospitable, was definitely the nicest hotel we stayed at on our cross country road trip.
Location was fantastic. Near monument Valley with fast food nearby although the location was remote.