Set next to the entrance to the iconic Monument Valley, Goulding's Lodge provides magnificent views of the red clay landscape made famous in the classic westerns made by John Ford after Harry Goulding, the founder of the lodge, had introduced the director to Monument Valley. While the lodge celebrates its link to this piece of cinematic history, showing the classic films nightly at a private theatre and preserving John Wayne's Private Cabin for visitors, it also reflects its history as a Navajo Trading Post, with the original building now an on-site museum. The Navajo connection is also reflected in the restaurant, with a mix of American and Navajo cuisine, as well as the variety of tours of Monument Valley starting from the lodge, all led by local Navajo guides.
Each lodge room includes individual climate control, mini fridge, television and its own private balcony or patio looking out on the spectacular scenery of Monument Valley. Larger suites or houses also offer fully equipped kitchens, at least 2 bedrooms and a separate living room, making them ideal for family groups.
Why We Like It
The glorious vistas of Monument Valley
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