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Hopi Cultural Center Restaurant & Inn

Route 264, Kykotsmovi Village, AZ 86043
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Non-smoking hotel
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Wildflower01945 wrote a review Dec 2019
Amherst, Massachusetts740 contributions255 helpful votes
I loved being on the reservation. The rooms were basic with a Native American (NA) flair in the curtains and art. We were in Room 206 with two double beds, a round dining table, one wooden chair, a small dresser, fridge and TV. The actual bathroom contained the toilet and shower while the sink was open access to the room. This particular room was on the second floor with a door to the outside. To access it one walks through a metal gate, down a concrete walk, through a dirt yard and up some metal grate stairs. There were definitely others staying there but we didn't hear them and only saw them when we went to the restaurant. The room was clean and sufficient. We paid for one night then decided to stay another. The front desk was very relaxed about this and we paid when we left. It was expensive comparatively but we decided that staying on the reservation was entirely worth it. The only times we ate at the restaurant were at dinner. It was busy with mostly Native Americans. The menu had pretty standard American fare except for a few NA dishes, most of which contained meat, eggs or cheese. This didn't work well for the vegan I was traveling with. I found the NA food hearty and good albeit plain. The service was good. It's really the only place to eat once you are out on the Second Mesa. We drove in with food and ate lunch and breakfast from our supplies. When we went to the stores to replenish, there wasn't much we wanted to eat- nothing organic and non processed. We walked around the building in the evening and met a few other visitors and a few very friendly stray dogs. There was a timeline in the lobby that compared the NA history to European/ Caucasian history. This was very interesting! We never made it into the museum as it was not open when we were around. We loved the quiet of this area. Of note: They requested that we take no pictures. If you found this review helpful, please press thank below.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Mary Jo C wrote a review Oct 2019
18 contributions1 helpful vote
The authentic food was fantastic. The hotel was an amazing experience in being submerged into the Hopi culture. The rooms were simple but clean and sufficient. The food was amazing and authentic. don't miss the photos!
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Date of stay: October 2019
DAVID N wrote a review Aug 2019
Holbrook, AZ9 contributions
The restaurant is excellent. Staff can answer any questions about Hopi culture. Hopi culture is quiet, gentle and moves slower than typical fast-paced American. However, restaurant has quality American and traditional Hopi food. Motel is older but very clean and neat. Remember this is a high desert. The scenery is incredible. A good base for visit to Hopi land.
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Date of stay: August 2019
chisakid wrote a review Aug 2019
Atlanta, Georgia55 contributions14 helpful votes
Oh, so much to say about this place. It is really out of the way however my wife and I deemed it important to see what life was like on the reservation. The hotel was average and had all of the amenities that you would expect. I thought it a tad on the pricey side for what we got however the community really needs whatever money it gets. The on-sight museum was closed both days that we were there. In order to see the reservation/villages/mesas one needs a guide that the center can help you out with. Other than a tour there isn’t too much for visitors to do. It’s pretty bleak. various vendors, artists, flea marketers, and stray dogs hang in the parking lot from dusk to dawn. The restaurant was okay...however I wonder why an average sort of place has to lower themselves by dinging their customers. Apologies I'm not cheap and we spent a lot of money to go to AZ but how can a place charge $ 3.00 more for a fruit platter just cause it's on the dinner menu. We paid $ 3.00 less for the same platter that morning. So, is this place really a cultural center? I guess it is if you can say arranging tours, having vendors, and shops on the premises, and a restaurant that has native cuisine. Perhaps expected too much. Regardless, purely from a humanistic perspective everyone needs to visit
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Date of stay: August 2019
Bill G wrote a review Jul 2019
Middletown18 contributions9 helpful votes
Our room was spotless and comfortable. The bathroom was clean as was all the linen. The only thing lacking was a good internet connection. The staff were very friendly and helpful. A good starting point to visit Winslow or Tuba City. Taking pictures is not allowed.
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hopi Cultural Center Restaurant & Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Hopi Cultural Center Restaurant & Inn?
Nearby attractions include Hopi Reservation (4.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Hopi Cultural Center Restaurant & Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Hopi Cultural Center Restaurant & Inn?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Hopi Cultural Center Restaurant & Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Is Hopi Cultural Center Restaurant & Inn accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.