With a facade designed to resemble a Hopi village, the Moenkopi Legacy Inn, which opened in 2010, is by far the best hotel in the area. The lobby, with its peeled-log columns, stone chimney, and soaring ceiling, is reminiscent of the interiors of traditional Hopi homes, and incorporates numerous traditional Hopi symbols. Guest rooms are large, comfortable, and modern, and feature old photos of Hopi villages. In the courtyard, there’s a small artificial stream beside the swimming pool. There’s a small gift shop off the lobby, and display cases feature works by local artists and artisans. The Inn also offers all-day tours of the Hopi Mesas for $145 a person ($89 for 12 and under with a paid adult), with lunch at the Hopi Cultural Center and water included.