Hopi Cultural Center
In the Center of the Hopi Reservation, encompassing approximately 1.5 million acres with 3 mesas rising up 7,200 feet, this straightforward motel is a 10-minute drive from the historic Walpi Village (First Mesa), known for their fine Hopi pottery and Kachina Dolls.
The Hopi Cultural Center offers an on-site restaurant which serves American and Traditional Hopi food. Within the restaurant there is a gift shop that sells handmade Hopi arts and crafts to purchase for souvenirs.
Another amenity that the Hopi Cultural Center offers are your Standard and Suite rooms for your night stay. The rooms feature cable TV, coffeemakers and dining/work tables.
If you need space to hold a meeting, the Hopi Cultural Center can accommodate up to 30 people, in their conference room.
Off Arizona State Route 179, this modern hotel is a 5-minute walk from Oak Creek Factory Outlets, less than 5 miles from Cathedral Rock Trail, with a beautiful view of Historic Bell Rock, and under 8 miles from Sedona.
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