About The Cultural Center


Experience the Hopi People with the


Hopi Cultural Center





The Hopi Cultural Center has everything you need to experience the history and culture of the Hopi Reservation.

Located on the Second Mesa, The Hopi Cultural Center is in the center of it all… yet very far from other accommodations. While here, we recommend taking a tour with a Hopi guide, explore the three mesas, and experience the world as if it were 1,000 years ago. However, because it is not 1,000 years ago, we offer many amenities to make you feel at home, including cable TVs, microwaves, mini-fridges in our hotel rooms, as well as a charger for electric cars available for use during your stay.



Hopi Cultural Center Hotel

The hotel is open 365 days a year and features 33 spacious rooms and one master suite. Each unit is uquipped with one or two double beds, a comfortable sleep mattress, dining/work table, coffee maker in each room, basic cable TV, telephone for local calls, and private bathroom (2 Handicap accessible upon request at time of check in.) Corporate and government business rates are available upon request, Sunday through Thursday based on proper identification at the time of booking and I.D. verification upon check-in. The Hopi Cultural Center also an indoor meeting room which can accomodate up to 30 people. Outdoor space for larger events and catering is also available for your consideration. Please contact us to discuss pricing options based on your requirements.



Hopi Cultural Center Restaurant

The restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Enjoy selections from a large variety menu including some traditional Hopi foods! During certain times of the year, we are completely booked with tourists and travelers. It is highly recommended to make a reservation in order to guarantee you will be served.

Restaurant Hours: Winter  7am – 8pm  |  Summer 7am – 9pm


Hopi Cultural Center Gift Shop

The gift shop features artwork and handicrafts from several Hopi Artists, including a wide array of handmade Hopi jewelry, kachina dolls, sand paintings, pottery, and much more! Several of the artists hold residencies but are always producing new works, in addition to a rotating artist each month. Sign up for our newsletter below to receive offers and information regarding Hopi gifts and artwork. 




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