Finding an ideal charming hotel in Monument Valley does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Goulding's Lodge & Campground, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park (2.5 mi), a popular Monument Valley landmark, Gouldings Lodge Monument Valley is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Gouldings Lodge Monument Valley provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is easy, with free internet access available.
In addition, Goulding Lodge offers a pool and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Monument Valley trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While staying at Gouldings Lodge Monument Valley, you may want to check out Goulding's Stagecoach Dining Room (0.0 mi) which is a short walk away.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular parks such as Sandstone Tours.
Goulding's Lodge & Campground looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Monument Valley.
The location is stunning beyond belief. Nice, cosy room with balcony. Staff lovely. Restaurant, along with the whole place, had a kind of retro, motel feel to it which I loved - on a road trip through the US this is just what I had in mind!
Villa (individual cabin) was nice with a great view of Monument Valley. Food was terrible or nonexistent. Had to resort to buying groceries at their market on site and preparing meals in the room. The fully equipped kitchen was definitely not that and I had to MacGyver utensils. Luckily we had a cooktop and microwave. Others in our group did not have cooktops. One person bought a hot plate. Information provided by front desk staff was frequently incorrect. Worst of all were the tours in open air vehicles. The terrain is very rough and the drivers seem to get some joy tossing people around. Numerous complaints about aches, pains and injured backs that forced some to forgo future scheduled tours. Housekeeping was great. Bathroom Amenities were terrible so bring or buy at their store toilet paper, tissues, soap and shampoo. Internet connection very spotty.…
My husband and I stayed only one night in villa 451, which had clear views of monument valley from the front porch. Wish we could have stayed longer. The villa was very comfortable and quiet. It had 2 bedrooms, sleeps 6 people if you count the fold out sofa. Also had a kitchenette with refrigerator and microwave. Bed was comfortable. We enjoyed using the front porch in the evening. A very quick drive to the monument valley visitors center and scenic drive, which I highly recommend. The villas are also close to the main lodge and grocery store. We ate dinner and breakfast at the Goulding's restaurant, which we enjoyed the food and the views. We also enjoyed the onsite Goulding museum about the history of the Lodge. My husband and I were sad to leave. Would recommend and hope to return someday. …
The room was basic motel style. No elevator if that matters. A simple restaurant is on site offering basic food, no alcohol. The view from the rooms is gorgeous when it is nice outside. When it is windy the dust kicks up and you can't see anything. Parking is free and the tours are worth it into Monument Valley.
A nice hotel in front of the Monument. There is no bell boy so if you are not sure stay on first floor. Hotel is a bit old. Bathroom is a bit small. There is no breakfast. If needed order in advance. We arrived there a bit late so most of the services were close.
We were RVing in Utah and Monument Valley was one of our destinations. We went on the 8 hour tour and enjoyed it immensely. Both my husband and I would recommend this tour. They take you to parts of the Navajo lands that you cannot access without a guide. In Mystery Valley we saw the Anasazi Ruins (cliff dwellers) and rock art, and more arches than are in Arches National Park. RV park was quiet and the views of a sunrise with the rock towers was awesome. We ate 3 meal at the restaurant and the food was really good. Try the Navaho Taco, beware this can easily feed 2 people. The service and staff were warm and friendly.
I spent 5 days here along with a couple of friends. We had side by side spaces and paid about $330 each. This is the most I have ever paid for an RV campsite. It is in a very picturesque setting but I wish the prices were more in line with other places of this caliber (like around $40-$50/nite). There is a lot to see in the area and if I had to do it again I'd stay here only 2-3 nites and then stay elsewhere for a few nites.
Nestled under one of the giant buttes, the hotel rooms are basic but comfortable with great views. However, the only place to eat is the hotel's Stagecoach restaurant and the food was terrible - the worst we'd encountered in our 2 month trip! The menu was tight with few options but the salmon was swimming in grease and the seasonal veg was sweetcorn in fatty water. The chilli taco had no spice, no meat and was just gloopy brown sludge under shredded iceberg lettuce. Service was surly. As the only hotel near to Monument Valley they have a captive audience and standards have plummeted accordingly.
Great views of monument valley, Nice collection of souvenirs. Little pricey but if you want a close location to monument valley with spectacular views from balcony, it’s worth staying at this place. There is a full menu restaurant but we did not go there.
We spent two nights at Gouldings. Was very pleased with our accommodations. Everyone was very friendly. The room was comfortable, quiet, plenty of hot water and the bed was comfortable. The food was adequate for our needs. We have stayed at many 5 star resorts throughout the world. While obviously not 5 star, Gouldings will meet your needs. Took their 3.5 hour tour and was very happy with it. This area is magical with lots of history. We were lucky that the on-site museum was open for several hours, Go with an open mind and enjoy it!