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Over The View Hotel
The View Hotel ligt op het land van de Navajo, wordt ook door hen gerund en overal in het interieur vindt u vele decoratieve verwijzingen naar deze illustere Native Americans. Vanaf uw eigen balkon bent u zo dicht bij de rotsformaties dat u het gevoel zult krijgen dat de massieve zandstenen monumenten in het uitgestrekte landschap zo aan te raken zijn. Het hotel is ook uiterst milieuvriendelijk, om zo min mogelijk impact te hebben op de fraaie omgeving. De ruime kamers zijn sfeervol en met oog voor de cultuur van de Navajo ingericht. In het restaurant kunt u ter nadere kennismaking met de Navajo-cultuur genieten van heerlijke traditionele maaltijden.
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Uitkijkend over de iconische formaties van Monument Valley.
Monument Valley is een gebied dat bekend staat om de unieke rotsformaties die er te vinden zijn, gelegen op het Colorado Plateau nabij Four Corners, het punt waar de staten Utah, Arizona, Colorado en New Mexico bij elkaar komen.
If you are going to stay in monument valley you need to stay at the view hotel. This hotel is beautiful. From check in to check out the staff is wonderful. Not only does every room have a great view but they are clean, comfortable beds and appointed with outstanding art work. The balconies are very spacious and private. It is pricy but so worth it. Love this hotel and the staff. Keep up the good work. The art work in the lobby is wonderful.
"Unbeatable for views...."
The name says it all... but you have to get the rooms at the rear which overlook the Valley. Really good rooms with small terraces that give a great panorama to sit and relax. It's the only hotel with those views so book early! But the good news for us stopped at the quality of the rooms and the views, most of the staff were less than welcoming, just seemed to be going thro the motions... Restaurant is the only place to eat without driving many miles and it wasn't great.... I sent my main back and probably should have done the same with my wifes, how hard is it to do an acceptable salad? But par for the course they weren't too bothered but took it off the bill. So all the marks go to the lovely rooms and the great views, it's the place to go to see the valley from your room and the sunsets and sunrises.
"VIEW - it say's it all...."
What can I say about this place which has not already been said. GREAT VIEWS! Clean rooms, a little expensive and no beer? but you don't go for these things, it all about the view, view and view (and don't forget to set your alarm for sunrise.)
"Cabins are charmless and a rip-off - watch the small print!"
We paid a whack for an Executive Cabin - $265 for the night - thinking these would give us the best view of all for our once in a lifetime visit to this famous place.A patio to sit out on with a glass of wine and enjoy the sunset and sunrise over this superb landscape.Wrong!! Slap bang in the middle of our view were 4 or 5 other cabins (which look more like public toilets in design than anything which fits the majesty of their location).These were the 'premier' cabins - or other such name - which sit surveying all. Why on earth go to the bother of building cabins when you decide you'll spoil the view of many of those in 'the second row' - like giving lots of people a bad view at the cinema , just because you can ? Oh - but charge the earth for it anyway. They've adjusted the print I believe on the description of the cabins and they now mention ' obstructed or unobstructed' views - no doubt they've had plenty of complaints.That distinction wasn't clear at all when we booked. Inside, the cabins are basic and charmless - the patio deck has two uncomfortable metal chairs and that's it.We used an upside down bin to put the wine and nibbles on. All our other National Park accommodation was a delight at Zion, Bryce and Grand Canyon.This left us feeling ripped off.I did ask at the cabin reception about getting another location but they were full and I knew the receptionist really wasn't interested.No doubt heard it all before. There's a lot of advertising about how the whole complex(hotel too) blends into the environment but it is an eyesore.From the sea of car parking that meets you after you've paid your park fees, the lack of any clear way into the hotel, the bare landscaping and the untidy clutter of tents and caravans that sit beside and behind the cabins.I reckon the tents had a better view than we did (and good on them.) The hotel itself is not attractive but from the look of the rabbit hutch balconies cheek by jowl against and on top of and below each other, they at least had a sterling view. They have a captive audience because there are few alternatives (Gouldings hotel overlooked a Petrol Station , some way away from everything though handy for the supermarket). Next time, we might try the lovely looking B&B at the start of the Valley of the Gods drive - another world! At least The View's location allowed us into the Valley Drive before most other cars were allowed in - something to be thankful for and allowing you to get some great light.
"In the action "
Monument valley actually doesn't have options hotel-wise. This one is what you have to book, if you want to be in the park. The name certainly is well deserved and unrivalled. Every room has valley view, but we stayed on the highest floor in order to also see the stars above. Fantastic. The room was pretty big and in total ok - the restaurant is below average. Hotel has a huge souvenir shop with native works. Luggage carrying from car to room is quite challenging- can be long ways. You go for this hotel for the view it offers- nothing more and nothing less.
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