It sits below a huge rock face and overlooks the valley.
Locally owned an run hotel with trading post on site. Great little breakfast spot next door. We checked in at night, so didn't even realize how beautiful the surroundings were until waking up the next day.
It looks like typical cheap hotel outside but gorgeous from the inside. Very comfortable. Great place to rest after tiring adventures. Good location with view .. its like saying "here's a taste of Mexican Hat before you head to Monument Valley."
Nice hotel among the options in Kayenta; compared with other chain hotels in nearby towns it is more expensive than typical (but admitedly less expensive than staying out at Monument Valley (a 20-minute drive away). Dog-friendly; lovely lobby with staff dressed in traditional Navaho-style, good breakfast, ...
Quiet, good bed, great shower and good breakfast at the restaurant.
The natural world gives you an experience that's truly unique, so walk a while off the beaten path at John Ford Point.
It is located in Kayenta. If you're staying in the state capital, Phoenix, you'll have to travel 270 miles to experience it.
The odds of you securing accommodation in the area directly surrounding John Ford Point are slim. You'll be elated to find out that the Kayenta Monument Valley Inn is 19 miles away from here. Two other choices are the Holiday Inn Canyon De Chelly and the Ticaboo Resort, located 65 miles and 60 miles away from John Ford Point.