by Lissa Poirot
The only hotel located inside Canyon de Chelly, this lodge is Navajo-owned and operated. Seventy rooms decorated in Navajo colors and dÃ©cor provide one king or two queen bed options. Onsite dining is available at the lodge’s cafeteria-style restaurant, housed in the original building of a late-1800s trading post. The cafeteria is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.
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- Only hotel within Canyon de Chelly
- Onsite dining
- Onsite Dining
Right in the park. Room was clean, warm, (cold in early November), and provided food. Food was delicious but limited. Took the full day tour direct from the Lodge. Worth every penny. Recommend it to everyone, but understand, it is an open air vehicle and you are knocked around for eight hours. The views are so worth the aching body the next day.
by Meade F
This lodge, run by the very hospitable Navajos, is inside the park with easy access to all the sights and tours. The rooms were spacious, comfortable and reasonable. The cafeteria had good choices of food at very good prices. I actually tried mutton stew for the first time and found it delicious. Special thanks to Cassandra, who always brightened my morning.