Mexican Hat Lodge and Swingin Steak

Address: Hwy 163 Main Ave., Mexican Hat, Utah, 84531, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on Hwy 163 Main Ave., Mexican Hat, is near The Narrows.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsMexican Hat Lodge and Swingin Steak

        Reviewed by stefkemac

        Kleine honger

        Reviewed Oct 8, 2014
        by (19 reviews) Aartselaar , Belgium Flag of Belgium

        Eten en drinken ondermaats maar was opweg naar Maxican het wel goed gelegen aan de rivier.

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

        Reviewed by montalci


        Reviewed Aug 17, 2013
        by (8 reviews) , Italy Flag of Italy

        Ristorante che cuice le bistecche in altalena

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        Reviewed by muggeragem

        Not satisfied

        Reviewed Sep 13, 2011
        by (8 reviews) St Marys , Canada Flag of Canada

        No WIFI directed to an aging PC in the corner that had lousy service. Planned to book my next days motel but couldn't
        Bright Yellow light outside room thin curtains - didn't need room lights
        Air Con unit so loud couldn't sleep. Turned off could here room next door's

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Mexican Hat Lodge and Swingin Steak

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Mexican Hat

        This really is John Wayne territory

        A travel blog entry by jordansgo on Oct 02, 2015

        12 photos

        ... a wooden and plaster pitched roof - only the pit remains. Then a view of the Square Tower Cliff House from the classic Puebloan period about 1250 just before they abandoned the Mesa Verde - for unknown reasons. Then a site with evidence of three eras of Puebloan building built on top of each other between 900 and 1200. Some overlooks over other cliff dwellings then the Sun Temple, thought to have been built to try and stave off drought and other ...

        A monumental experience

        A travel blog entry by jobyn on Sep 29, 2015

        22 photos

        ... and briefed everyone on camera settings in the hot sun before taking us into the canyon. At its widest it was probably 3 metres, at it's narrowest we had to be careful not to bump heads.

        The layered red sand stone created the most amazing patterns and the photographers did have an amazing time.

        It was the crowds that surprised us - a steady line of people moving through the narrow space dimmed the experience a little.

        Our Navajo ...

        A Monumental visit

        A travel blog entry by thefrenchpickle on Sep 22, 2015

        48 photos

        ... skies.

        Sunrise on Monument valley was the next on the initerary and it was truly rewarding to wake up and witnessed it. I did it more that 40 years ago with my parents and the moment has been burned into my memory ever since. Monument Valley roses monolithic mesas rose from the ground in the sun rise. The impossibly red rocks jutting out of the flat desert plain is truly something to behold. We were nearly silent during the visit of the ...

        Valley of the Gods and Hovenweep

        A travel blog entry by villadale on Sep 19, 2015

        10 photos

        ... have seen since coming down from further north). This took us over the Great Sage Plain known as Cajon Mesa. This is a rolling expanse of sagebrush that moved into pinon –juniper woodlands as we got closer to the canyon. Hovenweep means Deserted Valley in Paiute. This is a series of stone structures that were erected in the mid 1200's by Puebloan people. This was an agricultural society that farmed the edges of the desert plain surrounding ...

        John wayne

        A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Sep 08, 2015

        5 photos

        ... so we enjoyed their company and yarned for a while.
        local grille was good. Again run by Navajo, but what a difference. Smiling helpful. Our waiters name was Joey. Smiling he said you could see he was born in Australia.
        Toured through monument valley, the formations were gigantic.
        Visited the cabin John Wayne used in the film Clemintine and wached some of the old movies shot in the area. Very nostalgic.

        Xxxx grandpa n grandma

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