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Kayenta Monument Valley Inn
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It's a DRY County - Just Keep Going
User: Laura M from:
Published Date: Jul, 9, 2024
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2024
Rating: 3
This was a last minute reservation because we re-routed a motorcycle trip to avoid heat and traffic of the lower elevations, but I wish I'd read some reviews and booked the Hampton Inn up the street. The king bed has only two pillows - if you want any more, you'll need to ask and then be shamed for expecting too much. While you are requesting pillows, you might also need to ask for toilet paper and toiletries. Our TP rolls were neatly folded, but there wasn't half a roll left between the two. The folded TP rolls were the only way we could tell the bathroom had been done. I can appreciate a non-slip shower, but if it can't be adequately cleaned, it's just a sanitation hazard. A magic eraser in that bath tub would do wonders! The young man who seated us for dinner at the hotel restaurant never looked us in the eye or spoke a single word. Strange. We should have noted the nearly empty restaurant...My roasted half chicken/mashed potato dinner was a tiny half game hen cooked to a dark brown dry crisp, boiled green beans (room temp with no seasoning or butter) and a mound of potatoes that had been smashed with the skins on. The server tried to be helpful, took it off the bill and brought me some fries, but it never should have been put in front of a customer. Trying to make a rough travel day better, we went to the gas station next door to pick up a couple of beers and sit by the pool. Ha! The joke is on me, it's a DRY county! Kayenta is part of the Navajo Nation and there is not an adult beverage for miles. Just keep going.
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Decent hotel
User: Kacky2014 from: Fernley, Nevada
Published Date: Jun, 24, 2024
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2024
Rating: 4
Check in was easy Price was okay. Rooms were nice. Bed was great. The restaurant was empty and we found out their mainstay of fried bread recipes were not available which seemed odd as it was a Friday night. We choose not to eat there. You don’t have many choices in that area.
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Not great
User: witcheshouse from: Wellington, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 23, 2024
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2024
Rating: 3
Room very basic, there was no wifi, and no fridge or microwave, thought the food available was rather expensive. We didn’t choose this hotel as we were on a coach tour. The room was clean but very dated. It was alright for one night but wouldn’t stay more than that

OK place to stay when in Kayenta
User: Jack W from: Nepean
Published Date: Jun, 9, 2024
Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2024
Rating: 3
The inn is conveniently located on one of the main highways. The room was clean and quiet. The reception was was less than welcoming but efficient. The restaurant prices were a tad expensive, so we elected to eat out. Seems to be a popular place, though, as it was fully booked the two nights we were there.
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OK Stay
User: TXgrl55 from: San Marcos, Texas
Published Date: Jun, 5, 2024
Travel Date: May, 1, 2024
Rating: 4
My spouse and I stayed in a king room the third week of May, so before the holiday weekend. We had a downstairs room in the "100" block of rooms; I actually liked being able to park right outside of our room and it was relatively quiet. Never heard anyone in the rooms on either side, even though I know they appeared to be occupied. First the good: The room was a good size, comfortable temperature (no heat, but didn't need it), bed and bath linens were nice, and the room and bathroom were very clean. The pool area was good size with tables, chairs and lounge chairs. We did not eat in the onsite restaurant. Breakfast is NOT included, which they will tell you at check in. Now the bad: The bed was VERY firm and pillows were just ok. The TV was hit or miss on network stations; in the evenings and mornings could only get NBC, and the selection of other stations is limited. The internet connection is miserable. For the most part, did not work at all. So, if you are traveling with children and they want screen time, you better download games and movies on their tablets before you get there. The front desk told us when we checked out that they have been waiting months for a part for the internet. One thing to remember is that you are basically in the middle of nowhere to see Monument Valley and enjoy what nature has gifted us. The man who checked us in was kind of abrupt, but the woman who checked us out was very friendly. Overall, not a bad stay for what we paid and options are limited in the area.
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