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Holiday Inn Canyon de Chelly

Comfortabel middenklasse hotel en een uitstekende uitvalsbasis voor een bezoek aan Canyon de Chelly.

Vanaf € 54,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info



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Hotelnaam:
Holiday Inn Canyon de Chelly
Plaats/regio:
Canyon de Chelly
Code:
H0700
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v.a. € 54 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Kamerbeschrijvingen

Run of House
De kamers zijn voorzien van televisie, telefoon, airco, koffiezetfaciliteiten, föhn en een strijkijzer en -plank.

Ligging

Dit hotel ligt aan de rand van Chinle, vlak voor de ingang van het National Monument Canyon de Chelly.

Aantal kamers

102

Faciliteiten

• Restaurant
• Zwembad
• Fitnesscentrum
• Internettoegang
• Vergaderzaal

De drie grote kloven van Canyon de Chelly bevinden zich in het noordoosten van Arizona, op het grondgebied van de Navajo-natie. De bodem van de kloven kan alleen met een erkende Navajo-gids worden bezocht. Bijna iedereen die Canyon de Chelly bezoekt gebruikt de nabijgelegen plaats Chinle (5500 inwoners, vrijwel uitsluitend Navajo) als overnachtingsadres.

"Nothing remarkable"

   18-04-2018
This is a touch, but just a touch, more than you'd expect in such a remote area — this time on the doorstep of the sensational Canyon de Chelly, a National Park Service-managed park on the lands of the Halapai Indian Nation in far, far northeastern Arizona. The town is sort of sad — lots of tract and substandard housing and nothing special to recommend it. (The Navajos' spectacular Monument Valley, though, is just a two-hour, spectacular drive away on a paved, Bureau of Indian Affairs road worth taking.) This ranch house-style hotel offers small rooms that don't even have microwave ovens. The paid breakfasts are tasty (try the blue-corn pancakes), but each of two days there was a single, overworked server. Don't expect to quickly receive even your preliminary coffee and ice water. And you'll be listening to annoying, intrusive music while you wait and during your meal. (The intrusiveness of music selected by others — presumably to "enhance" the guest experience — in lobbies, hotel restaurants, and check-in areas could be a rant unto itself. In this day of media stimuli everywhere, maybe nobody else even notices it. But we do and hate it.) The front-desk and dining-room supervisor were stolid and indifferent. There was a single, rickety luggage cart for the entire place. The highlight for us was the resident (outside) population of cats. They weren't really feral, since both someone or someones at the hotel feed them, and so do guests like us. Trouble was, a lot of clueless guests simply laid out their leftover takeout pasta or even pizza, which, of course, even a starving feline would never touch. The kitties are shy at first but will warm up to you. Bring them fresh milk instead of leftover scraps. (We also carry a box or bag of dry cat food and milk in our cooler that sometimes seems to save the day — at least that one day or moment -- for sad, undernourished cats and dogs we come across.)

"Easy stop near Canyon de Chelly "

   14-04-2018
We stopped here on a whim when driving through Arizona on the way to New Mexico. Really glad we did. Has a reasonably priced restaurant in the lobby, Comfortable beds and decently sized rooms. Could hear our neighbors through the wall for awhile but that was the only downside.

"Nice Hotel"

   09-04-2018
This hotel is very nice and close to the monument. The room was clean and spacious. The people working there were all very nice. I ate breakfast at their restaurant and the food was really good. I order fruit and it was fresh, not that stuff out of a can. I would stay here again.

"good value for the price sensitive traveler"

   15-03-2018
I have written a previous(negative) review and want to update my experience. The Holiday Inn is located very near Canyon de Chelly which is a magnificent national park. The rooms in the hotel are standard fare but do not appear to be handicapped accessible, at least in the building behind the main hotel. The restaurant however is quite a bargain. There is a salad bar for $2 which is a bargain anywhere, even if it is not very imaginative on the choices(iceberg lettuce, croutons out of a box) The fajitas platter was huge and plenty for two people(especially after filling up at the bar). The servers were a bit hassled but it was crowded when we came and they did become more friendly later on. For breakfast consider trying the blue corn meal pancakes which are somewhat dry but I've never seen them anywhere else

"Not What I expect from HI-Not Even Close"

   23-02-2018
This review will probably not matter much as there are really only 3 lodging options near the canyon. But, I still feel the need to say that this property fell FAR short of what we have come to expect from a HI. The staff person at the front desk was a sourpuss and totally unhelpful. Did not recognize my membership level, said they "don't do welcome amenities" and seemed to could have cared less that we were staying there. The lobby area was dirty, dark, dank, and pitiful. Pretty much like the grounds and the area around the property. Not so much as a water station or, oh my, a coffee station in the lobby. they just push you to go into the adjacent restaurant and buy what you want. I did not expect much but a water station?? Come on. Our room looked into a huge untrimmed bush/tree off the "balcony" that was literally 2 feet wide. The room furnishings were old and very worn out. The TV was tiny and the room was not very clean overall. We also did not feel safe or that the level of security was adequate. I could go on but what's the point. Would NOT stay here again and sure do not recommend the place.


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