Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites Conference Center, AZ

By Ron Goulet

The Hopi Tribe is a sovereign nation of some 1.5 million acres surrounded by the Navajo Nation.  The Hopi people, now numbering some 19,500 have lived in the mesa country of the high desert of Arizona for over a thousand years.  The Hopi people, their culture and language have survived despite the influences of the outside world.

One of the newest and most spectacular hotels in the region is the Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites Conference Center at the junction of U.S. Highway 160 and Arizona Highway 264, adjacent to Tuba City.  The hotel’s architecture reflects the character of the Hopi villages, and a historic photo display near the conference center gives an introduction to the rich history of Hopi

Tours of Hopi depart from the Moenkopi Legacy Inn, as well as tours of national monuments in the region, Hubbell Trading Post and Monument Valley and more.

Experience the warm hospitality of the Hopi people when you stay, and enjoy unique Hopi foods.  Rooms start at about $135.00 for two people.  Plan your business meeting or conference in the 3100 square foot conference and meeting space with three breakaway rooms.

The Moenkopi Legacy Inn & Suites has received the prestigious designation of Fodor’s Choice, one of only three hotels in northern Arizona.

The Tuuvi Travel Center is located across the street from the motel, and offers all of the conveniences that travelers on-the-go need, plus authentic Native American arts.

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The Hopi Arts Trail is not a literal trail to hike but rather a way for visitors to connect with the wonderful artists and galleries on the Hopi mesas:  Learn more