Check-in at any time, we have a 24-hour front desk.
Check out is at 11:00am. Late check-out can be arranged for an additional charge.
Yes, WiFi is free and you will be provided login information upon check-in.
We do allow pets for a fee of $20.00 per pet, per night.
1000 Goulding’s Trading Post Road.
Keurig coffee machines and pods are available in each room.
Each room has 1 extra pillow, if you need more please inform the reservation or front desk staff.
Rooms with mini fridge have a designated location nearby for ice and vending machines. Villas, Apartments and Houses have refrigerators with ice machines.
6 sets of dinnerware are available in each apartment, house or villa. If you need more please inform the reservation or front desk staff.
Roll-away beds are available for specific room types.
Our channels are provided by Dish Network and there are approximately 200.
Yes, menus are available inside our guest directory.
The indoor pool is located on the main hotel grounds near the Front Desk. There is not a pool at the Villas. Access to the lodge swimming pool with your room keys.
We do not have room service.
All rooms are non-smoking, Utah State Law.
All rooms lodge rooms have a mini fridge but no microwave, villas, houses, and apartments have full fridge and microwave.
Services animals with proper documentation are not charged a fee. We have designated rooms for pets/service animals. Many guests have allergies to animals so we do not allow animals in every room.
Parking is free of charge.
We do not have a government rate.
Child age has changed to 2 – 11 years old.
20 passenger open-sir “safari type” vehicles.
Custom tours can be arranged but are not regularly scheduled activities. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We do not have this service available.
We do not offer any discounts for tours at this time.
We can not provide step on guide service per park regulations.
Each tour has designed stops where you can walk around the area. Stops are normally 10 minutes in length.
There are restroom facilities inside the park, speak with your guide for the next available stop.
Hiking tours can be arranged but are not regularly scheduled activities. Please contact email@example.com
Monument Valley is a Navajo Tribal Park.
Normal park hours are 7:00am - 7:00pm. Entry fee booth is open 7:00am - 5:00pm Closed on Holidays but can be seen by booking a guided tour.
Currently $20.00 per vehicle up to 4 persons. $6.00 each additional person. Commercial vehicles have a higher price. Please visit Navajo Nation Parks for more information.
“Gump Hill” is located approximately 13 miles northeast of Monument Valley on US Highway 163.
The Monument Valley Tribal Park is located approximately 5 miles southeast of Goulding’s property.
The most common place to watch the sunrise and sunset are from Goulding’s property or from the Monument Valley visitor center.
Navajo National Monument, Goosenecks State Park, Valley of the Gods, Muley Point, Natural Bridges all about 30 minutes away.
We do have a laundromat on the property.
Yes, we have hiking trails throughout the property. Map of the trails is available at front desk.
No Pharmacy. Nearest ones are in Page, AZ, Flagstaff, AZ, or Cortez, CO.
Yes, the Stagecoach Restaurant.
3 in Mexican Hat, 3 in Kayenta, 2 in Monument Valley, and various fast food restaurants in Kayenta.
Page, Flagstaff, and Cortez Municipal Airports are the closest. Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas are the nearest international airports.
Shuttle services can be arranged, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Alcohol is illegal on the Navajo Indian reservation. Goulding’s Lodge is private property but observes Navajo Nation law.
Beer in Mexican Hat.
No, there are no elevators.
No, but there is a heated indoor pool for your enjoyment.
Most major carriers with long-term contracts. Prepaid services normally do not work.
June - August are normally the hottest months of the year averaging 90-95 degrees F. Hottest temperatures are in late July – early August Record high is 106 F (July 1967).
December and January are normally the coldest months. Lows average 15- 20 degrees. The record low is -11 degrees F (January 1963 & November 1985).
Yes, there are no snacks or popcorn provided so you must bring your own.
Stamps are available in the Gift Shop.
Mail go outs daily (M-F) at 11:00am from the local post office