If you enjoy learning about different cultures and experiencing the food, this place is for you. Rooms are very adequate, but this is a small hotel, so call ahead.
I found the the Hopi people out going and joyful. There are many small artisan shops close by so you will have great opportunities to see and buy true native pottery and jewelry.
But it's really all about the food!!!
Fantastic Hopi dishes are served in the restaurant. Traveling companion not ready for Hopi traditional food, there is plenty of other choices too.
About 1.5 hours north of I-40, its well worth the drive.
Be sure and try the blue corn fry bread or blue corn pancake's, they're wonderful.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking