Grand Canyon Lodging & Hotels
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The Grand Canyon is one of the world's most popular destinations. With plenty to do, at the end of your day, you want to be able to relax in a comfortable hotel. Below are some of the most popular accommodations, lodging options, and places to stay.
Considered the crown jewel of National Park hotels, the El Tovar is on the rim of the canyon. It was first opened in 1905 and cost $250,000 to build. Back then, people considered it to be one of the most elegant hotels west of the Mississippi River. In 1987, it was named a National Historic Landmark. Guests such as Albert Einstein, Zane Grey, Bill Clinton, Oprah Winfrey, Paul McCartney, and Theodore Roosevelt have stayed in the hotel. Today, it features a dining room, gift shop, and lounge. There are seventy-eight rooms and suites and no two are alike. Each room has air conditioning, a Keurig coffee maker, telephone, hairdryer, satellite TV, and more. Stay in this legendary hotel and make memories that will last a lifetime.
The Grand Hotel
This hotel is just minutes away from the Grand Canyon and offers a cozy atmosphere. It's the only 3-diamond in the region and features an indoor heated swimming pool and spa. The rooms are all newly-renovated and contain all the amenities that travelers need. The guest rooms feature a refrigerator and microwave, complimentary parking, premium cable channels on the TV, a Keurig coffee maker, a hairdryer, and so much more. This hotel is luxurious compared to others in the area.
This pet-friendly lodge is the park's largest facility. It is nestled in the trees just about half of a mile from the rim of the canyon. It has newly renovated rooms and plenty of services within a short walking distance from the rooms. The lodge offers 358 rooms, a general store, deli, bank, U.S. Post Office, and a cafeteria that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Skip the resorts and experience something much better. Just a step above campgrounds, this historic oasis is located at the bottom of the canyon. It is the only lodging below the rim and can only be reached by hiking, mule, or raft along the Colorado River. It was built during the 1920s when the National Park Service wanted a tourist facility built within the canyon. You can choose between dorms or cabins. Each dorm has five bunk beds, a shower, and a shared restroom. The rustic cabins are equipped with bathrooms, showers, and toiletries. Staying at Phantom Ranch is unlike anything else in the world if you are up for the hike or ride down the canyon.
This lodge was constructed in 1927 and was originally called 'Motor Lodge' due to the influx of visitors arriving by automobile. Many renovations have been made over the years to make the lodge bigger, and today, it is a 280-room lodging complex nestled in the Ponderosa pines. It is located just a short walk from the canyon's edge for convenient travels. The rooms feature air conditioning, satellite TV, a phone, hairdryer, and coffee maker. For a more contemporary stay in this beautiful area, choose this option!
Choose the perfect place to stay while on your Grand Canyon trip. Remember, reservations are necessary due to the high demand and the popularity of the area.
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Hotels with Outdoor Pool2 Hotels with Outdoor Pool in Grand Canyon Area
Pet Friendly Hotels1 Pet Friendly hotel in Grand Canyon Area
4 Star Hotels1 4 Star hotel in Grand Canyon Area
Hotels with Hot Tub / Whirlpool3 Hotels with Hot Tub / Whirlpool in Grand Canyon Area
Hotel Rooms with Sofa Bed2 Hotels with Sofa Bed in Grand Canyon Area
Hotels with Indoor Pool3 Hotels with Indoor Pool in Grand Canyon Area