We reserved at the Inn at Halona sight unseen and without the benefit of Trip Advisor reveiws as we chose it from the back of a tourist guide as we were driving towards El Moro. This is not your usual B&B and Zuni is not your usual vacation spot. But if you are looking for an authentic Pueblo experience and comfortable, welcoming accommodations this place will make you happy. The Inn is a treat along with its quirky French innkeeper who will inform and entertain you with Zuni history and the history of his family ties to the area. Aside from Roger, the only entertainment is what you make for yourself ( unless you are lucky enough to be there when the Zuni are celebrating and you can watch the dancing). You'll feel very comfortable walking around the Pueblo - the Zuni people are friendly and interested in you. Get dinner from the next door market and enjoy it in the Inn's courtyard. Don't miss the blue corn pancakes for breakfast. And spend some money there supporting local artists.