Kokopelli Inn

Address: 161 East Main Street, Highway 191, Bluff, Utah, 84512, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 161 East Main Street, Highway 191, Bluff, is near Twin Rocks Trading Post and Comb Ridge.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsKokopelli Inn Bluff

          Reviewed by bobert

          Ideal for Monument Valley and Four Corners travellers

          Reviewed Jul 31, 2015
          by (8 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Small independent motel conveniently situated on highway 191. Very friendly lady on reception gave helpful tips on local places to eat and an invitation to a local event taking place this evening. Good Wi-Fi clean and tidy rooms. Yes, old style but comfortable.

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

          Reviewed by k.f.ecclestone

          Guests not passing trade

          Reviewed Oct 12, 2003
          by (19 reviews) St Austell , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Clean and friendly; they made us feel like guests not visitors. This was our first non-chain motel experience and changed our trip cos we liked the experience so much that we kept trying to match it.

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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Kokopelli Inn Bluff

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Bluff

          Bridging the gap

          A travel blog entry by kcfarley on Sep 20, 2013

          5 photos

          One of the natural rock formations we hoped to see on this trip was a bridge or arch. We considered Rainbow Bridge National Monument on Lake Powell. This is the world's highest natural bridge at 290 feet. However, to visit it, you would have to take a 5 hour round-trip boat trip, along with a mile walk. Arches National Park, near Moab, Utah, was …

          Another world

          A travel blog entry by kcfarley on Sep 19, 2013

          5 photos

          A couple of days ago, I did a little reading on the sights in Page. I came across pictures and a description of Upper Antelope Canyon. I knew that if at all possible, we HAD to get onto one of the tours (the only way to see it). Chris at first couldn't understand why this was so important to me but when she saw the pictures herself, she said, "NOW …

          Much better weather today

          A travel blog entry by bobert on Jul 31, 2015

          15 photos

          A rather cool 19 degrees C this morning in Chinle. Overcast too, but the weather has got significantly better and is now a very windy 33 degrees here in Bluff, Utah. The main event today has been Monument Valley but before going over that I wanted to remember a couple other general points we've observed on our trip.

          Housing - since leaving …

          An Unexpected Experience!

          A travel blog entry by sel48. on Sep 23, 2015

          21 photos

          ... Now there is substantial farming (considering most of the rest of the land is quite scrub). The streets were wide and in a grid and most people had grass lawns. He happened into the Visitors Centre and saw an excellent video on all the National Parks of the Grand Circle. This helped orient us as to what were our "must dos" – there is too much to see! They also had a good museum of ...

          Buttes and arches

          A travel blog entry by kempenkolk on Jul 27, 2015

          3 photos

          The past two days we have visited Monument Valley and Arches National park. Both beautiful parks. Our generation knows Monument Valley from Marty McFly who drove his Delorean there in 'Back to the future 3' and Forrest Gump who decided to stop running across America while in the park. Our parents and grandparentw might recognize it from Westerns ...