Goulding's is a complex with many accommodations and restaurants, just a few miles from the legendary Monument Valley. The complex includes a hotel, a restaurant, and a campground. It is the site we were very interested in! A moderately large but pleasant campsite, you can feel the spirit of Monument Valley as you set up camp in the red soil of the area.There are also showers and laundry facilities. Note: This site is slightly more expensive than the others because it is not managed by the National Parks, $25 for a night of camping.
The Anasazi Inn is a Navajo-run roadside motel bout 10 miles from Kayenta. It is the best choice if you plan to visit Monumet Valley in Utah and do not want to spend more than $100.00 per night (as you will in any of the hotels in Kayenta).
The rooms with AC, bathroom, refrigerator and coffeemaker. It's certainly not a luxury hotel, not even close, but the value for the money is good. The views of the small canyon and river are a nice thing to wake up to. The restaurant has a somewhat limited menu, mostly Navajo dishes, but the breakfast was delicious. Prices are around $40.00 for a double room.