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 Window Rock, AZ

Window Rock – the capital of the Navajo Nation – also pronounced in Navajo as: Tségháhoodzání (Ts’EH-gUH-ho-dz-aNI). This town borders the New Mexico stateline. While traveling east on Highway 264 and you pass the Navajo Nation Museum & Library, then you crossover to Tsé Bonito, New Mexico – which is a small town off the Navajo reservation. There are plenty of places to visit while in the vicinity of Window Rock, such as, the Window Rock Monument & Veteran’s Memorial Tribal Park; Navajo Nation Museum & Library; Navajo Arts & Crafts Enterprise; and the only Native American operated & owned, Navajo Zoo. After exploring, perhaps you want to make a basecamp at one of the hotels in Window Rock and explore the rest of the Navajo Nation? 

NAVAJOLAND INN – St. Michaels

StMichaels

***Under new ownership!***

392 Highway 264, Saint Michaels, Arizona 86511
(3 miles west of Window Rock, Arizona)
Check-In: 3pm  Check-Out: 11am
Direct Ph. (928) 871-5690
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  • Free Wireless Internet Access
  • Pet-friendly. Charges may apply, contact the hotel for more information.
  • Indoor pool with hot tub
  • Fitness Center
  • Coin Laundry Facility
  • ADA Compliant
  • Restaurant within walking distance

QUALITY INN – Navajo Nation Capital – Window RockQualityInn

48 West Highway 264, Window Rock, Arizona 86515
Check-In: 3pm  Check-Out: 11am
Direct Ph. (928) 871-4108
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BOOK THIS HOTEL!

  • Free Deluxe Breakfast
  • Free Wireless Internet Access
  • Fitness Center
  • On-Site Restaurant: The Diné Restaurant – serves a variety of foods from Navajo, Mexican, and American. Daily specials available and select days for Mutton or Mexican buffet and seasonal dinner buffets.
  • Pet-friendly: Deposit $10 per pet/room/night. 1 pet per room allowed, up to 40lbs.
  • Each room includes a Keurig coffeemaker (with free coffee & tea K-Cups), microwave, and mini-refrigerator
  • Gift Shop
  • Business Center
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Upcoming Events:

Apr
10
Sat
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: https://bit.ly/AmerindOnline041021
Apr
26
Mon
Navajo Nation Sovereignty Day @ Navajo Nation Reservation
Apr 26 all-day

Navajo Sovereignty Day

Many people would be surprised to discover that the United States has many nations within its borders. One of those nations is the Navajo Nation, a sovereign tribe of indigenous people whose nation is located in the southwestern part of the country. Navajo Sovereignty Day, which is on the fourth Monday in April, celebrates the day the Navajo Nation gained its independence from the U.S. government. READ MORE

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