Medium-sized lobby has Native American furnishings and accents.
The lodge’s pink adobe construction is reminiscent of ancient pueblos.
Clean rooms are decorated in Native American furnishings and fixtures and have just the basic amenities.
The lodge sits on the site of a trading post built in 1896, and its cafeteria-style restaurant is located in the trading posts original building. The all-day cafeteria serves Native American dishes as well as continental cuisine. Adorning the walls of the dining room are excellent examples of Navajo rugs and artwork available for purchase. In the center of the dining area is a vault-like room that at one time served as a jail for the trading post.