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INTRO


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INTRO


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WELCOME


 

WelcomeYou have come to Hopi Land.  'Hopi' is translated to mean 'peaceful person'. We the Hopi People are known for having lived here as a people; it became the center of the Hopi population and culture, and one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the U.S., dating back to 1100 A.D.  Our culture is one of the first, and oldest, on the continent.

 

 

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WELCOME


 

WelcomeYou have come to Hopi Land.  'Hopi' is translated to mean 'peaceful person'. We the Hopi People are known for having lived here as a people; it became the center of the Hopi population and culture, and one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the U.S., dating back to 1100 A.D.  Our culture is one of the first, and oldest, on the continent.

 

 

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HOPI CULTURE


 

Hopi are traditionally farmers, and agriculture is the cornerstone of traditional Hopi life and respectful people.  The Hopi are tightly knit together by clan relations.  Clans are made up of individuals who trace their ancestry matrilineally  to a common ancestor who is part of that clan's creation story.  Clans include more than one family and have developed into many lines of ancestry.  The Hopi have many clans within each village; clans that emerged into the fourth way of life or migrated together are considered phratries, with 34 living clans identified today.  The Hopi are considered the "oldest of the native people" the Hopi reside in 12 traditional villages, home to a total population of about 14,212. Each village is self-governing and members of the tribe identify themselves with their village and clan. 

 

Intensely spiritual and fiercely independent, the Hopi value their privacy and conduct religious ceremonies throughout the year. Please respect and honor each village's rules on visitation. While most Katsina dances are open to the public, photography, sketching and recording of religious ceremonies are not allowed.

 

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HOPI CULTURE


 

Hopi are traditionally farmers, and agriculture is the cornerstone of traditional Hopi life and respectful people.  The Hopi are tightly knit together by clan relations.  Clans are made up of individuals who trace their ancestry matrilineally  to a common ancestor who is part of that clan's creation story.  Clans include more than one family and have developed into many lines of ancestry.  The Hopi have many clans within each village; clans that emerged into the fourth way of life or migrated together are considered phratries, with 34 living clans identified today.  The Hopi are considered the "oldest of the native people" the Hopi reside in 12 traditional villages, home to a total population of about 14,212. Each village is self-governing and members of the tribe identify themselves with their village and clan. 

 

Intensely spiritual and fiercely independent, the Hopi value their privacy and conduct religious ceremonies throughout the year. Please respect and honor each village's rules on visitation. While most Katsina dances are open to the public, photography, sketching and recording of religious ceremonies are not allowed.

 

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ACCOMODATIONS


The hotel is open 365 days a year and features 33 spacious guest rooms and 1 suite. Each unit is equipped 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 a 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 has an indoor meeting room which can accommodate 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.

 

Reserve A Room

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ACCOMODATIONS


The hotel is open 365 days a year and features 33 spacious guest rooms and 1 suite. Each unit is equipped 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 a 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 has an indoor meeting room which can accommodate 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.

 

Reserve A Room

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ARTS & CRAFTS


Explore the mesas:

Walpi, located on First Mesa, is a historic village, with its high-rise dwellings and a view for beautiful sunsets.  On top of the First Mesa, there are three (3) villages that are recognized for their handmade Hopi pottery, artistic paintings & drawings, and Hopi Katsina dolls.

On Second Mesa, where the Hopi Cultural Center is located, along with the villages Shungopavi, Sipaulvi and Mishongnovi. Second Mesa villages are noted for fine Hopi weaving of traditional clothing, coiled baskets, artistic paintings & drawings, Hopi Over-lay Jewelry, and Katsina dolls.

On Third Mesa, you will find the village of the Old Orabi; the oldest settlement dating back to 1100 A.D. with ruins still standing.  Third Mesa also consists of a subsidiary of Old Orabi called Kykotsmovi, village of Bacai, Hotevilla, and Upper & Lower Meonocpi, which are located 65 miles west on HWY 64.  Third Mesa is recognized for their fine Hopi weaving of traditional clothing, wicker weaving plaques, and multicolored yucca baskets, artistic paintings & drawings, Hopi Over-lay Jewelry

All items made have ceremonial uses, and these days are sold to provide for their families are also made for art shows/markets. Indeed, rarely is a Hopi's craft merely an attractive design executed in a particular style; all depict something considered important to the maker.

Shop

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ARTS & CRAFTS


Explore the mesas:

Walpi, located on First Mesa, is a historic village, with its high-rise dwellings and a view for beautiful sunsets.  On top of the First Mesa, there are three (3) villages that are recognized for their handmade Hopi pottery, artistic paintings & drawings, and Hopi Katsina dolls.

On Second Mesa, where the Hopi Cultural Center is located, along with the villages Shungopavi, Sipaulvi and Mishongnovi. Second Mesa villages are noted for fine Hopi weaving of traditional clothing, coiled baskets, artistic paintings & drawings, Hopi Over-lay Jewelry, and Katsina dolls.

On Third Mesa, you will find the village of the Old Orabi; the oldest settlement dating back to 1100 A.D. with ruins still standing.  Third Mesa also consists of a subsidiary of Old Orabi called Kykotsmovi, village of Bacai, Hotevilla, and Upper & Lower Meonocpi, which are located 65 miles west on HWY 64.  Third Mesa is recognized for their fine Hopi weaving of traditional clothing, wicker weaving plaques, and multicolored yucca baskets, artistic paintings & drawings, Hopi Over-lay Jewelry

All items made have ceremonial uses, and these days are sold to provide for their families are also made for art shows/markets. Indeed, rarely is a Hopi's craft merely an attractive design executed in a particular style; all depict something considered important to the maker.

Shop

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FOOD


 

The restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Enjoy selections from a large variety menu including some traditional Hopi foods! 

Restaurant Hours: 

Winter: 7 am to 8 pm      |     Summer: 7 am to 9 pm

Menu

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FOOD


 

The restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Enjoy selections from a large variety menu including some traditional Hopi foods! 

Restaurant Hours: 

Winter: 7 am to 8 pm      |     Summer: 7 am to 9 pm

Menu