Being B&B folks ourselves, we try to avoid chain hotels when traveling. However, Kayenta, Arizona does not offer many options for lodging. Boy, were we in for a surprise! After reading Tripadvisor reviews, we decided on this hotel and could not possibly have done any better -- even in a city. This is an upscale Hampton Inn at regular Hampton Inn prices. Situated in the Navajo Nation, the folks here are most nice and accommodating. The hotel layout is unlike other Hamptons; we were told there is only one other such Hampton Inn and it is in Europe. The lobby was seasonally decorated for the fall and was complete with live native music in the evening. There is a fireplace in the lobby and kiva-type fireplaces on the patio. Though I missed him, there was even a Navajo Code Talker mingling with guests at breakfast in the lobby, an awesome glimpse into our history and the bravery of a discriminated yet heroic people. Breakfast was your better-than-average continental hotel breakfast fare. The hotel gift shop offers many tempting trinkets and finds, primarily from local craftsmen. The hotel is directly next door to the local Code Talker museum, which lies just next door to the local Burger King that also houses wonderful displays as a tribute to the owner's father, a Code Talker, too. Just beyond that is the local eatery, the Blue Coffee Pot -- all of which is in walking distance. Should you find yourself visiting the Monument Valley area in Arizona, you must include Kayenta and the Hampton Inn there.