The San Juan Inn is a very unique motel, diner and trading post located on a beautiful river in picturesque Utah. While visiting this amazing motel you will definitely want to explore breathtaking Monument Valley not far away, as well as the natural rock bridges and many other natural geological features.
Also close by is the Valley of the Gods, Goosenecks State Park, Moki Dugway, Lake Powell, and Bears Ears National Monument. Accommodations here are very comfortable and the views and location are stunning. When you visit here, the friendly, 24-hour staff will see that your vacation needs are attended, and that you will have a great time during your stay.
The Motel Style rooms at San Juan Inn are cozy and have daily housekeeping, fresh linens, toiletries, and convenient ice machines. There is also the Trading Post House built in 1950 as an add-on to the original 1900s San Juan Trading Post. The 3 bedroom, 2 bath accommodations inside are fresh with the rustic original design intact. The House also sleeps up to 9 people. For those who want an even more rustic experience, Glamping Yurts are also available off campus. It’s camping in an permanent tent, with full bathroom with showers and toilets, electricity and air conditioning. The Yurts are set under the wide open Utah sky, for a natural experience that you won’t forget.
San Juan Inn also offers lots of patios to enjoy the surrounding desert landscape. Later, refresh at the fully stocked trading post and grab some traditional Navajo souvenirs, food, groceries, and drinks. You can also work up a sweat in the exercise room. For the hungry, Old Bridge Grille overlooks the San Juan River, and serves a delicious American menu, authentic Navajo dishes, bar drinks, antiques, and a huge international beer collection. For an experience that is a little different, but nonetheless awe inspiring, visit San Juan Inn in Mexican Hat, Utah.
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