BEST WESTERN Canyon de Chelly Inn

Address: 100 Main Street, Chinle, Arizona, 86503, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 100 Main Street, Chinle, is near Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Antelope House Tours, White House Ruin, and White House Overlook.
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        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant
        • Fitness/Health center


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking


        • Business Services

        TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Canyon de Chelly Inn Chinle

        Reviewed by bobert

        Extremely convenient for Canyon de Chelly

        Reviewed Jul 30, 2015
        by (14 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        A fairly large motel. Room was supposed to be non-smoking but clearly previous occupants hadn't adhered to that requirement. Staff friendly and helpful.

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

        Reviewed by greg-wendy

        Very nice place

        Reviewed Apr 30, 2012
        by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

        We were very happy with the quality, cleaniless and comfort of the lodging.

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

        TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Canyon de Chelly Inn Chinle

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Chinle

        Canyon de Chelly

        A travel blog entry by lacasarodante on Apr 19, 2015

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        ... we descended across rock ledges that varied from 45 degree slopes to flat rocks with sharp dropoffs. There were little footholes worn into the rock in the steeper places, worn over 1000 years by the inhabitants of the canyon. In other spots you could slide on your backside. As we twisted along the indentations in the canyon wall, we had an ever-changing view of the valley below and the canyon walls opposite. Every now and then the ranger would point out the remains of a ...