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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!
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.
Monument Valley is to be experienced! We both drove it ourselves and took a tour. I would highly recommend MV Dineh Rebekah (SP?) Cultural Tour which took us behind public areas and we had the attention of a Dineh Guide. It was magical.
Monument valley is a must see! We had a fabulous tour and guide. The Valley is breathtaking. We highly recommend visiting the area. We drove and had a scenic drive to and from. We stayed and ate at Gouldings Lodge. Go visit this area! You will be amazed!
Comfortable room with cozy balcony and great views. Lots of easily accesible amentiies, including restaurant and pool (which we did not use). Staff was very accomodating finding us a place to park our trailer. We really enjoyed our guided tour of Monument Valley with Jonathan
Monument Valley is a spectacular place, dominated by the magical rock formations which give it the name. One is completely immersed in the vast redness of the valley, dotted by speckles of green shrubs. To stand there is a truly humbling experience.
Quality of the Navajo Guide who provided amazing information about the history of the place and Navajo tribe and drove us from one amazing location to the next for 3 hours. Recommend the sunset tour with Monument Valley Tribal Tour
After visiting all five National Parks of Utah, Monument Valley was a bit of a disappointment. We could see all that there was to see in less than two hours (unless we paid a lot for a private tour) and there was not any options to hike and explore the Tribal Park besides the scenic drive.