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Wondering where to stay in Monument Valley? You don’t have many options, especially if you’re looking for a unique spot, but I found the best Airbnbs with unbeatable views of Monument Valley’s Tribal Park. Here are my favorite places to stay.
All the Airbnbs in this list are located a few miles due west of Monument Valley’s Tribal Park. They’re situated on the same property – literally on the same hill – but are separated by fencing or natural barriers for privacy. They each have outdoor patios facing east toward the Tribal Park – PERFECT for viewing the sunrise!
Their location makes each Airbnb an ideal place to stay in Monument Valley. And the boost in elevation from sitting on a hill offers unobstructed views of the iconic natural skyline.
I stayed in Monument Valley Airbnb’s Turquoise Cabin
The Turquoise Cabin sits next door to a similar Red Cliff Cabin on a hill. Both are spacious single room cabins for 1-2 people with a king size bed and couch. The cabins share a bath house in a separate building a few feet away with 2 toilets, sinks, and showers (one each for male and female).
Each cabin has an outdoor grill and patio chairs to relax and take in all of Monument Valley’s views, so naturally thats where I spent most of my time! I even got up early to catch the sunrises over the Monuments in the distance; these were some of the most beautiful sunrises I’ve ever seen!
This was the sunrise from my porch. The views 😍
I also loved the cabins’ bright and colorful decor – it was so cute (and very instagrammable!).
This Monument Valley Airbnb host also offers 2 Tipis
The Tipis are brand new and (as of the time I’m writing this in December) only opened to guests within the last few months.
The Sparrow Hawk Tipi and Thunder Bird Tipi are considered “camping” options, although this is 100% Monument Valley glamping! There’s no heating or air conditioning, but each tipi has a queen size bed.
Each Tipi accommodates 1-2 guests who share the bath house with the cabins.
My Turquoise cabin stay was awesome, but I’d love to stay in a tipi for a different experience next time!
Next door, the Dream Catcher House sleeps up to 4 people.
The Dream Catcher House is situated next to the others on the hill with the same epic views of Monument Valley.
This stay is different from the others in that it sleeps up to 4 guests and has its own bathroom and shower. It’s a full house and comes with a much larger outdoor patio area than the cabins and tipis.