Taawaki Inn a unique 2-story, 44 room hotel located in Clarkdale, Arizona. Owned by the Hopi Tribe Economic Development Corporation, a modern hotel that will feature a cultural aspect along with an educational element for guests to experience. Tawwaki Inn will be a design of a Hopi home, with white-washed color on the exterior of the hotel, and native plants from the region that will be placed around the property to have a natural blend to the environment.
As you enter the hotel, traditional Hopi music will be playing in the lobby, and around the interior of the hotel, traditional artwork will be displayed throughout, and into the rooms. You will see a variety of Hopi artists’ artwork of Kachina dolls, plaques, baskets, hand-made pottery, woven belts, paintings, murals, and a stained-glass Sun Kachina, located above the main entrance into the hotel. Taawaki Inn will offer activities for guests to come and enjoy, along with learning about the Hopi culture. With the unique and modern design of the hotel, Taawaki Inn will have amenities of a conference room, gallery, gift shop, fitness center, and a cafe.
The 33,000 square footage hotel will have representation of the Hopi culture, to share with guests who come to experience the uniqueness of the establishment. Taawaki Inn will be the first hotel constructed off the Hopi reservation. A milestone for the Hopi people, and for the Hopi Tribe Economic Development Corporation to set new ground for the tribe. Located at the entrance to Tuzigoot National Monument, and above the Verde River. Within a two-minute drive to the Verde Canyon Railroad, a 12-minute drive to Jerome, AZ, 33-minute drive to Montezuma’s Castle, and a 35-minute drive to Sedona, AZ.