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Goulding's Lodge & Campground
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Goulding’s Lodge - the best of the two.....!
User: David C from: Ontario, Canada
Published Date: Nov, 17, 2019
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
Chose Goulding’s for its historical significance. Stayed two nights and loved the location and views of the valley. Facility is very neat and clean and staff friendly and helpful. The only negative is the food. Would rate it a 6 out of 10 at best! We hired a Navajo guide through Goulding’s and this was a smart move. The majority of the off road trails can only be accessed by these guides and that’s where the best sights are located. As an example, Mystery Valley is far more interesting than Monument Valley. Who knew...! We took the all day tour and it was well worth the price ($150/per). Just to drive the highway through Monument Valley is fine if your objective is a tick mark on your bucket list. Anyway, a wonderful experience. Not to be missed.
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Really nice, upscale, clean with balconies!
User: cuddyvalley from: Frazier Park, California
Trip Type: Solo travel
Published Date: Nov, 12, 2019
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
Felt like I was in the middle of a John Wayne movie! The have a pool, museum, amazing gift shop and restaurant. Right on the border of Utah and Arizona. 2 miles away was the Monuments! Navajo Indian Nation. It was definitely a good stop!

What a view!
User: Lightbeing1 from: Las Cruces, New Mexico
Published Date: Nov, 11, 2019
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
We spent one night at Gouldings in one of their two bedroom apartments. Even though it was a little old, it was so clean, and the beds were very comfortable. We were able to cook one of our meals in the nice kitchen. The bathroom was great too with a bigger tub than usual. The view out the windows, amazing. I would highly recommend staying here. I would give it five stars if there were more dining options. There is a grocery store on the property though.
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Basic hotel but stunning views
User: pj0hnn0 from: Malton, United Kingdom
Published Date: Nov, 11, 2019
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
Stayed here for one night during a road trip, when we wanted to explore monuent valley, albeit brief. Easy check in, and spacious room which overlooked the valley. Watched the sunset and woke early to watch the sun rise, which were both very spectacular. Limited ameneties close by and other than the hotels restaurant there is a small food court serving burgers and chicken wings across the road. Somewhat disappointing, as we ended up eating a burger on the bed whilst wathcing tv. Good Tour of monument valley from the hotel, although it was shorter than origially booked for. does have a small swimming pool but this wasn;t used during our stay. Overall, not a bad hotel, but it's obvious you a paying for the views. I would recommend because being able to watch the sunrise and sunset from the room was excellent.
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A magic place
User: margaritarias from:
Published Date: Nov, 7, 2019
Travel Date: Jan, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
On my last trip with all my family from Las Vegas and visiting different National and State Parks, we found this hotel very convenient to visit Monument Valley, it is fantastic, beautiful, with a magical charm. Its facilities are comfortable, clean, and everything you may need for an excellent stay.

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