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Our small group stayed for one night in this budget hotel. The rooms are located in several barracks and the rooms and bathrooms are rather old and simple. However, it's exactly what you pay for. The aircon was quite loud which was disturbing during the...More
when we reached kayenta late in the day,all 3 hotels were full,but we were told about the anasazi inn,10 miles away.i called them to check if they had a room available and the price for 2 persons.when we were in one of the other hotels(nice),we...More
I was placed at the Anasazi by my company while traveling for work. The place is absolutely a pit. There was a huge fire ant mound in front of my porch that I had to jump daily to get in. The porch was falling to...More
We stayed here in 2008 and couldn't wait to get back. Although the rooms are spartan and certainly not cheap, it's probably my favorite hotel in the world. The view is amazing, the staff friendly, and the feeling of peace overwhelming. The restaurant is open...More
worst hotel experience ever. After this stay we got way more picky on motels; and decided to ask to see rooms before making reservations. We had nice motels for 40 dollars. This one cost us 100 dollars and it was a hell. The room smelled...More
just a wide spot in the road place - nothing fancy - I had a grease drenched cheeseburger and even grease fries! About 15 min. after leaving I gave it ALL back to the gods of grease!!!
EAT AT YOUR OWN RISK.
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"Try the ones with the canyon view, they also are furtehst away from the main street"