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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. It actually surprised me how nice it is, clean and the bed was comfy. It’s wasn’t too far from Monument Valley, which was a plus. Plenty of parking right in front of my room.
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. This was a gem. Great location. Friendly staff. Our room was immaculate and very comfortable. The fry bread was delicious and our waitress was lovely.
Located in Monument Valley, Goulding's Lodge provides air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. Featuring free shuttle service, this property also has a restaurant and a sun terrace. The view, the John Wayne movies on evenings, the museum
Offering free WiFi, Hat Rock Inn is located in Mexican Hat. Among the various facilities of this property are a private beach area and a seasonal outdoor swimming pool. Clean room, beautiful view, lovely pool area.
We stayed at Kayenta on our way to Monument Valley - absolutely awesome geological monoliths! And the size of the boulders that have tumbled down the sides of these huge formations are quite amazing by themselves. Highly recommend visiting, but it's a bit different from other National Parks. this one is wholly owned and operated by the Navajo Indians, so your Golden Age National Parks Pass is useless here. Then, if you travel north on highway 163, glance in your rear view mirror occasionally and see if you can figure out exactly where Forest Gump quit running!
I was interested in seeing code talker museum and the best place to see this is in the burger king restaurant, check out the back of Burger King thier is and area which is good to check out. It was very nice. And mountment valley!
Monument Valley is spectacular, the guided tour was excellent. We were glad we had a night before and after our day in the Valley to relax. The town itself is very small but tidy. Not many choices when it comes to eating
Very close to four corners . Close to one of the seven wonders of the world Monument Valley Utah . One can go hiking or bike riding if they choose to . There is museum (like) close by at one of the fast food restaurants to know more about Navajo Code Talker‘s. Be open minded .
Awesome view.Just be careful in restaurants like Burger King stopped at the parking.2 guys were knocking at my van window trying to get me to open door.Lucky they noticed I had protection and wasn’t scared of them and left but was looking into other parked cars and trying food handles.A little scary as I had my kids and grandson.
We ended up here almost by accident - there was some confusion with our traveling companions and we missed a reservation right in Monument Valley. Turned out to be a lucky break, though - the hotel was quite nice (lovely things in their gift shop), reasonable, and we were quite close to Monument Valley, which was our goal. THAT place is everybody's vision of "the old west" - just astounding! We've only driven through it, not taken any of the tours yet, but it is amazing. The road can be a little rough at times - high clearance is a good idea. Be there at sunrise or sunset - it will take your breath away. It's also great when there's somemweather - errant clouds and rainbows make the pictures even more interesting, though I don't know that I'd like being out in the valley during a true fully washer.
8.0 Very Good 3,871 reviews
Room was spacious, very clean and had been recently updated . Bed comfortable. Good value for money, esp compared to another, more upmarket chain hotel in the same town, which is abt. 50% more expensive.
7.2 Good 1,578 reviews
The hotel rooms are a good size