Explore Cabins and Lodges near Grand Canyon, ArizonaPosted by Continental Tour Guide in Hotels | 0 comments
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Most visitors look for Grand Canyon hotels and cabins for lodging near the South- north Rim. The rims are open year round and has the most guest services. If you are looking to stay in Grand Canyan National Park, in-park reservations usually require at least a year’s advance planning. Experience the rustic elegance at one of the grand western lodges designed for national parks in the 1920’s. A National Historic Landmark, The Lodge at Bryce Canyon is the only lodge of that era to remain largely intact. The decor and atmosphere maintains that authenticity while tending to guest’s comfort and needs. The Lodge is ideally located nearby the canyon’s rim and hiking trailheads. Guests are only steps away from scenic viewpoints, fine dining, shopping, and park programs.
Lodging Inside the Park
Lodging in Grand Canyon National Park is always booked well in advance. Make reservations as far ahead as possible. Prices range from $68 to $285 per night for 2 people. There is no youth hostel in Grand Canyon National Park.
What’s at the Grand Canyon North Rim?
The North Rim is located in a primitive area away from large cities which is what many who visit enjoy. However, as a result, most lodging is located far from the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. The North Rim of the Grand Canyon offers everything the visitor could ask for; mule rides down into the canyon to Roaring Springs, river tours, the lodge, restaurant, saloon, gift shop, deli, visitors center and campgrounds.
Grand Canyon South Rim Lodging
Lodging is booked well in advance, especially during the summer months. Be sure to make reservations as far ahead as possible. Reservations are handled by Xanterra Parks & Resorts, and Delaware North Corporation Parks & Resorts.
Red Feather Lodge
One mile south of the Grand Canyon and within walking distance of the National Geographic Visitor Center, Red Feather Lodge offers packages that include discounted rooms and walking or hiking tours. The property’s motel has rooms and suites with exterior doors and its hotel has rooms and suites along interior corridors. Café Tusayan, onsite, is a casual restaurant serving American cuisine.
Buckey O’Neill Cabin
The Buckey O’Neill Cabin was built in the 1890s by William “Buckey” O’Neill on the South Rim of Grand Canyon. O’Neill was a member of Teddy Roosevelt’s Rough Riders and was also an author and a judge in his native Arizona. Prior to being killed in action in Cuba in 1898, he was instrumental in establishing what would eventually become the Grand Canyon Railway. The abandoned cabin was incorporated into the Bright Angel Lodge as a guest accommodation by architect Mary Jane Colter. Today, it is a cozy suite, with canyon views right out the front door.
Bright Angel Lodge
Bright Angel Lodge, a member of Historic Hotels of America since 2012, was built in 1935, has a natural, rustic character, and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Designed by famed architect Mary E J Colter, Bright Angel Lodge has always been a popular place to stay for those looking to be in the center of South Rim activity. Located just a few feet from the canyon rim, Bright Angel Lodge is the check-in point for the world-famous Grand Canyon mule rides.
Bright Angel Lodge has a family-style restaurant, which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Arizona Room, another option for lunch and dinner, features Southwestern cuisine. During the warm summer months, the lodge offers an old-fashioned ice cream fountain. Bright Angel Lodge also houses a transportation/tours/activities desk, lounge, gift store, and history room. Bright Angel Lodge has a family-style restaurant, which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Another option for lunch and dinner, the Arizona Room features Southwestern cuisine.
During the warm summer months, the lodge opens an old-fashioned ice cream fountain. There is a gift shop, lounge, and history room open all year. Please note cabins with canyon views cannot be guaranteed. All cabins are non-smoking rooms. Cabins have a full bath. Bath may be tub only, shower only or tub and shower. Becky’s Suite has one king size bed, television, phone, full bath, sitting room with wet bar and fireplace.
Jacob Lake Inn
On the Kaibab Plateau to the north of Grand Canyon, Jacob Lake Inn began as a 2-room building with quilts as doors that sold gas out of a tank in back. In 1929, when the highway was improved, a new inn was built. Standard rooms have cable television and Internet access.