Opened in the 1950s, the economical Sun God Lodge was "boutique" before boutique was a thing. It sits about five minutes' drive from the plaza, with a beautiful grass courtyard surrounded by old trees and three separate sets of buildings: The original part, which has been updated but still keeps some of its Southwest-motel charm, and two newer ones. The most recent buildings have two stories, with porches and balconies, and some have kitchenettes and kiva fireplaces. The whole spread covers 1 1/2 acres and is pretty much the opposite of a chain hotel: Sprawling, landscaped, and full of character, down to the free tea and donuts in the lobby.