Contact Us:

Navajo Tourism Department
P.O. Box 663
Window Rock, AZ 86515
United States of America

Phone: 928-810-8501
Fax: 928-810-8500

Hotels in Tuba City, AZ

Tuba City offers a lot of places to visit, such as, the ‘Dinosaur Tracks’ just 5 miles west of Tuba City on Highway 160, or to learn more about Navajo culture and traditions, you can visit the ‘Explore Navajo Interactive Museum’ located at Main Street and Moenave Street. Experience the Navajo food at the Hogan Family Restaurant and stay the night in one of the hotels. 

*Note: The Hopi Reservation bordertown – Moenkopi – runs right along the intersection of Main Street and US Highway 160. They observe Arizona Standard Time (during the spring/summer, they are an hour behind).

QUALITY INN – Navajo Nation in Tuba City


10 North Main Street, Tuba City, Arizona 86045
Check-In: 3pm  Check-Out: 11am
Direct Ph. (928) 283-4545
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  • Free Deluxe Continental Breakfast
  • Pet-friendly: Deposit $10/pet per room, up to 50lbs. Limit 2 pets per room.
  • Required deposit of $100 from CASH-ONLY paying guests
  • Bus Parking available
  • Free Wireless Internet Access
  • Gift Shop
  • All available within walking distance: Tuba City Trading Post, Explore Navajo Interactive Museum, and Hogan Restaurant.
  • RV Park available, inquire at the front desk.
Twin Arrows

Upcoming Events:

Crossing Between Worlds: Two Navajo Weddings – One Navajo Bride and Groom with Charles Winters @ ONLINE
Apr 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Crossing Between Worlds: Two Navajo Weddings – One Navajo Bride and Groom with Charles Winters
Saturday, April 10, 2021, 11:00 am – Arizona Time
Join Amerind for the free online lecture, Crossing Between Worlds: Two Navajo Weddings – One Navajo Bride and Groom with photographer Charles Winters. Winters will share the photographs he captured and discuss relationships he formed during a six-year project he undertook in the Canyon de Chelly community on the Navajo Nation.
Charles D. Winters, a photographer and cinematographer, photographed and taught photography at State University of New York in Oneonta, NY. His work has been exhibited widely most recently at the Amerind Museum and 3 books of his documentary photography have been published: “Too Wet to Plow: The Family Farm in Transition,” “The Catskills: Land in the Sky” and “Crossing Between Worlds: The Navajos of Canyon de Chelly.” Now retired, he lives in Bisbee, AZ.
This online program is free, but space is limited. To register visit:
2020 Navajo Nation Economic Summit @ Twin Arrows Casino Resort, Flagstaff, AZ
Jul 26 – Jul 29 all-day

Event re-scheduled for July 2021.

More information will be forthcoming in 2021.

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