KayentaMonument Valley and contains a number of hotels and motels which service visitors to Monument Valley. Like other places within the Navajo Nation, it is illegal to serve alcohol. Arizona does not observe Daylight Saving Time, however the Navajo nation does.
Kayenta is located at an elevation of 5,700 feet, (1,738 m).
Navajo Code Talkers exhibitPictures, articles and military equipment tell the story of how the Navajo code talkers enabled the U.S. military to securely transmit information during World War II. The main museum is located behind the Burger King restaurant in a separate building while the restaurant has a few display cases of Japanese and US WWII artifacts.
phone: +1 928 328-8116
It is probably better to go on to Monument Valley or Mexican Hat to eat, or get a picnic at Basha's grocery. Near the Bashas' there is pizza available, as well as McDonald's and Burger King.
Navajo Taco Stand near code talker Burger Kingaddress: Highway 160, Navajo Nation
phone: +1 928-697-3221Has restaurant, souvenir shop, wireless internet.
phone: +1 928-697-3170address: Highway 160One of the few hotels in Kayenta, offers a full-service restaurant.
phone: +1 928-697-3231address: 1000 Main StreetComfortable motel-style accommodation with an indoor pool, souvenir shop, and free fast wireless Internet. Basic breakfast is provided but there is no on-site restaurant. The hotel is on a quieter road than the main US160 route through the area.