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Located in Zuni, Inn at Halona is within a 5-minute drive of Old Zuni Mission and Zuni Visitor Center. Featured amenities include a computer station, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: They make homemade breakfasts. Rooms are great! People so nice, felt safe, family friendly. I suggest check in before Halona store closes, easiest to check in at the store. If you dont like cats may want to find another place. Many friendly cats like to follow you around :)
Pros: Breakfast was excellent-homemade, came out on time. Inn was rustic but in keeping with the Zuni Culture. Loved the wood, décor, Indian art and designs.
Pros: Breakfast was plentiful and delicious. The blue corn pancakes are indeed fantastic ! The hosts are lovely and make sure you have everything you need. The room was so very well decorated, lots of beautiful ornaments, and it was very comfortable. Room 23 is nice and roomy for 4 people, but please be aware that the toilet and showers are tiny and step in/out directly from the room, so for privacy reasons it might not suit for people who are not from the same family. There was water and tea making facilities right outside the room. We were slightly weary about the water bed, but it turned out to be the best sleep we had in our 15 nights stay in the US. It's absolutely gorgeous to sleep in, I wish I could get one for my house in Ireland. It doesn't feel like a swishy water bed. The patios and gardens/yard are very pleasant.
Cons: It turned out that we had booked during fasting week, and since our foreign phone number did not work for the owners, we weren't made aware of this. This meant that there was no one to register us in the shop initially, we had to find someone at the hotel directly and were lucky to meet a lady cleaning. During fasting week, all shops, restaurants, and generally anyone who works is off and resting. I had hoped to shop for Zuni art in Zuni rather than elsewhere, but the visitor center (the only place open) informed us that every shop in the reservation was closed. We were lucky that we had a heavy meal that lunch time and we had snacks in the car, otherwise we would have had to drive out half an hour away for dinner, out of the reservation... after our 4 hour drive to get there. Of course we have no issue with fasting week and we loved the place anyway, but we did wish that the owner/manager would have let us known via Email about it, we would have done a better shop beforehand to have a picnic at the hotel.
Pros: I had never stayed at a bed and breakfast. Very nice. Such a friendly atmosphere
Pros: Room was cold in the am
Pros: Direct contact with the Zuni was great!
Pros: The breakfast was excellent, with so much to chose from! I enjoyed the familiar atmosphere of the breakfast room, the friendly conversations with the staff and other guests, who were much interested in getting to know the history, culture and current situation of the Zuni. Wonderful stay!
Pros: This little B&B --- the only place to stay in town --- is wonderful. After checking in (at the Halona Plaza, next door), we were warmly greeted and taken up to our room, #22. Although it was on the small side, it was spotlessly clean and beautifully decorated, with Zuni-themed items throughout. Everything we needed was either in the room (sink, separate shower/toilet) or in the hallway just outside our door (refrigerator, coffee maker, drinking water, snacks). Extra touches included two very handy flashlight/nightlights, five(!) boxes of tissues, and a little library with numerous books. Service throughout our time at the Inn was warm, friendly, and helpful. A real highlight of our stay was the breakfast. We had received a menu to fill out the night before. And what a menu --- numerous choices of juices, fruits, main courses, and beverages, as well as times to eat! Seating was at a long, communal table next to the kitchen and encouraged mingling with other guests. Our selections arrived promptly and were amply sized and very good. In town, we found the Visitor Center to be extremely helpful, both in providing information and in arranging Zuni-led tours of the area. The A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center, located diagonally across the street from the Inn, was well worth a visit. The best food was at the Village Bistro (open Tuesday through Saturday). Chu-Chu's came to our rescue on Sunday.
Cons: The room had little headspace in spots and was up a steep flight of stairs.
Pros: Well prepared and good breakfast by the native American ladies. It's the only hotel in town and is a nice location in Indian style
Cons: Old facilities which should be renewed. To expensive and overpriced .
Cons: Only stayed the one night