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At a Glance

    Pros

  • Only hotel in the park
  • design reflects the surroundings and Navajo culture
  • unbelievable panoramas from every room
  • eco-conscious bath products, appliances, and buildings standards
  • rates are similar to or less than run-of-the-mill hotels nearby

    Cons

  • Books up weeks in advance in summer
  • Wi-Fi doesn't reach all rooms

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The Navajo tribe operates this sleek red-stucco hotel, the only lodging inside Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park and one of the most spectacularly situated hotels in the Southwest, with astounding vistas that help the hotel live up to its name. Nearly all the rooms face east toward the iconic Mittens and Totem Pole formations, and all have private balconies, flat-screen TVs, tile floors, and brightly hued Navajo bedspreads. You can read or relax in a cavernous lobby with tall windows, leather chairs, and hand-carved furnishings, or work out in a small gym looking out toward Mitchell Butte. Continental breakfast in the adjacent restaurant is complimentary mid-January–March, and available for a reasonable fee the rest of the year.

    Hotel Details

  • 96 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 07-19-2013

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