You have come to Hopi Land: the center of the Hopi population and culture, and one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the U.S., dating back to 1100 A.D.
The Hopi Cultural Center features a hotel, indoor meeting room and restaurant for guests. When visiting the Hopi Reservations, contact us to help make your stay an immersion in the rich culture of the Hopi people.
Our hotel is comprised of 33 spacious guest rooms and one suite, each equipped with one queen or two double beds, coffee maker, basic cable, a microwave and mini refrigerator, telephone for local calls and a private bathroom. Guests and visitors alike are welcome to dine at the on-site restaurant for breakfast, lunch or dinner, choosing from a wide variety of menu options, including some traditional Hopi recipes! For business meetings or other events, the Hopi Cultural Center houses several indoor and outdoor event spaces and catering services. (Please contact us to discuss pricing options based on your requirements.)
Intensely spiritual and fiercely independent, the Hopi value their privacy and conduct religious ceremonies throughout the year. Please respect and honor each village's rules on visitation. While most Katsina dances are open to the public, photography, sketching and recording of religious ceremonies are not allowed.