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Dine Inn Motel
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Reviewed 3 January 2010

We were en route to the Grand Canyon and just got too tired to drive on so ended up in Tuba City. After just flat out refusing to pay the high prices for a days inn (over $100 - in the beginning of December? - yea: no!) we ended up at the Dine Inn Motel .
If you are stuck in that town then this is the way to go...if you have options: drive on

Pro:
* it was ok priced (~49 for two)
* internet (only one login per room but the login was so obvious we just used a free room next door
* best value of the town
* bathroom clean

Neg:
- it was on the very bottom end of what we found acceptable to stay. Not dirty just very run down
- front desk staff a bit curt (not really rude just disinterested in more than minimal service)

  • Stayed: December 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank creif
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Reviewed 23 November 2009

Reservation hotels always cost more. With that in mind consider giving your money to a locally Native American owned establishments. This place was recommended to us by a local and we loved it. The staff were nice and the hotel was simple and well priced. Check it out.

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank SenoraStrib
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Reviewed 4 October 2009

Tuba City has only three lodging possibilities. Dine Inn is the midprice of those. 80 dollars (exc tax) gave us a estremely basic room with one queen.

  • Stayed: October 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank peteiq
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Reviewed 30 June 2009

What a damp! I have slept in similar places (due to urgency...on long motorcycle rides) but this must be the worst motel I have stayed in. Price for similar places run about $29-$39!

I found the staff rude.
The surrounding area in the parking lot (dirt lot) and along the outside of the rooms dirty.
My front door was facing a huge broken flower pot which was used as a public ashstray
My friend's front door was complimented by a dirty diaper!
Woke up in the middle of the night cause a bug was crowlling up my chest. Had to take a shower in the middle of the night!
TV monitor not any larger than 16 inches!!! TV in the Other room was ok!
Not even a plastic cup in the bathroom! No stoppers in the sink!
The only thing that this place had half going for it was the strategic location of Tuba City
In fact I am going back this way...but I would much rather sleep on my bike on the side of the road than give $82+ for the night in there. It is not the money because riding a bike for a long time one cant wait to get a good nights sleep at any cost. But this is indeed a RIPP OFF and the owners should be ashamed!
After couple of hours in there we decided to eat the cost and move on to Quality In...but rooms were sold out at $110+ per night. Now I know why....those locals have something really great going there...

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled with friends
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2  Thank georgeaz
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Reviewed 22 June 2009

We stayed at the Dine Inn in June. This was a very clean and neat family owned hotel. We were on the way through the Navaho Nation and we needed a place to stay. The outside of the hotel could put some people off but when you get to your rooms they are very nice. We had a microwave but no refrigerator but that was ok. We asked the owner if he could recommend a restaurant and he sent us to the Katie Diner. A really good choice, full of locals and VERY NICE people who run the restaurant. Tuba City is very small and quiet so after dark there is nothing going on. A nice stopping off point from the Grand Canyon.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank MerryT26
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