Wetherill Inn

Address: Highway 163, Kayenta, Arizona, 86033-0175, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Highway 163, Kayenta, is near Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park Visitor Center.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsWetherill Inn Kayenta

      Reviewed by aj_h

      Wetherill Inn

      Reviewed Jul 25, 2013
      by (2 reviews) , Belgium Flag of Belgium


      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by angelawongpm


      Reviewed Nov 9, 2012
      by (5 reviews) , Singapore Flag of Singapore

      Rooms are big but surrounding seems kind of quiet.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Wetherill Inn Kayenta

      Great motel


      After 4 visits to this motel [1994,1999,2002 and 2005] the very high standards [ of both room and staff] have stayed first class.

      Good hotel and great location...great value!


      I stayed at this location on October 16th and found the hotel to be clean and comfortable. This location was an excellent value and is very close to Monument Valley. The staff was excellent and friendly. The breakfast offered the standard variety of food and there was fresh coffee and juice.

      I would definitely stay here again.

      Neutral Hotel


      Stayed for 1 night in September while visiting Monument Valley.

      Check-in/out was easy and staff friendly. Food inexpensive but average. Breakfast nothing special. Washing machine and dryer available which was very handy after 10 days travelling. Room standard hotel accommodation but clean and comfy. 20 mins from Monument Valley.

      Couldn't find anything to complain about except for the wind howling outside which kept us awake all night and then abruptly stopped as soon as we got out of bed!

      Nice place


      This was a really good place offering excellent value for money. Rooms were very pleasant, well maintained and the location is excellent for Monument Valley.

      Staff were extremely friendly and helpful and would recommend this hotel.

      Smaller, but nice.


      We didn't have reservations, but managed to get a room at the BW, we were happy with our room and the staff was quite helpful. We understand there isn't too much information on the area and if you can find a Visitor's Center in the area you'll get most of what you need.

      Nice stay


      Room was clean and ok.

      Reasonable two nights, nice setting


      A typical motel with typical motel rooms but clean and comfortable and well-equipped. Convenient location for Navajo National Monument and Monument Valley. No restaurant on site but a reasonable choice elsewhere in Kayenta including Burger King with a display on the Navajo Code Breakers.

      Motel had great indoor pool of reasonable size and very clean. Small gift shop. The inclusive breakfast was good with the usual choice.

      Pity they decided to tarmac the car park whilst we were there!

      Nice Motel


      I have stayed at Best Western in Kayenta several times. Has always been a good experience. The staff seemed nice to me. No problems. Short drive to Monument Valley.

      A little less than neutral


      We were given a room by the ice machine, which was not the happiest choice (for us)! Overall, I would not say it was terrible, but definitely agree on the front desk staff being barely friendly at all. And the like for the remaing staff (housekeeping), who we always had to greet first. Breakfast was OK, quite limited (pre-packaged donuts and muffins, coffee and tea and some juices, and fruits) while cleanliness was acceptable. We wish we had a refrigerator, but we did. It's a good 20 miles from Monument Valley, therefore not a great deal all things considered. Also, there are no decent eating places in the area.

      Try Gouldings Lodge intead!


      We stayed one miserable night in this hotel, kept awake by the guests next door. The reception staff seemed pretty miserable and the little cafe next door was not very inspiring. We later learned that there is a place up the road called Gouldings, in a brilliant location and with its own restaurant. Gouldings appears to be a far better bet if you're visiting Monument Valley. Spring for the extra money, you're worth it!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Wetherill Inn Kayenta

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Kayenta

      I like big BUTTES

      A travel blog entry by aitkenadventure on Jan 28, 2014

      1 comment, 30 photos

      An 8 hour drive from Las Vegas, Monument Valley is a long way from any major city but definitely worth the trip!

      We decided to brave the 17 mile off road loop road in our hire car instead of paying $60/person for a "back country" tour with one of the local Navajo Indians. The cost to enter the park was only $10 per car and the park ranger …

      The one with a valley and a hole...

      A travel blog entry by wendalex on Jan 03, 2014

      1 comment, 26 photos

      You'd think we'd be bored of rocks, mountains and canyons by now…no, bring it on!

      Monument Valley - what can I say, WOW! It's just how I've seen it in the movies, it's really there, it actually exists, it draws nearer on the horizon and then there is it. WOW! I admit, it brought a little tear to my eye (again…), just breath …

      Navajo Indian tour

      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Oct 14, 2014

      9 photos

      ... the environment was another topic we covered and Will told us how the yucca root was used as shampoo and when mixed with the iron from the rocks used to keep the women's hair black. The Navajo share a language with the Apache culture in that 30% is the same. We also learnt about the language being used as a code for the communications in the War and how it was never broken. We took more photos of yet more amazing views and formations and had a further rendition ...

      Going native - Monument Valley

      A travel blog entry by lolly81 on Sep 23, 2014

      11 photos

      ... that have been created by the elements. Mesas, Buttes and pinnacles all named appropriately by what they might look like. Some of the group had opted to take a tour of the valley with a Navajo guide (ours was called Jamie - not his real name which he couldn't share with us) to learn about their traditions and see them in action, watch traditional dancing (and take part) and stay the night on the reservation in a traditional home called a Hogan. This was by ...

      It' all downhill from here ...

      A travel blog entry by dc2sanfran2014 on Sep 17, 2014

      2 comments, 17 photos

      ... lady came down and got straight into the pool, unfazed by the high temperature. Our feet stayed lobster red long after we had dried off.

      Beyond the Rockies, the plains opened up, and we started to see escarpments that would herald our approach to Monument Valley – I wish I could remember more of the physical geography I learnt at school … we saw more features than you can shake a stick at. We ...