Bright Angel Lodge And Cabins

Highway 64, South Rim, Grand Canyon, Arizona, 86023, United States
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Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 8 reviews
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Great Location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 24, 2014

I spent three nights at the Bright Angel Lodge in November 2011 durig a trip around the southwest USA.

Bright Angela Lodge rooms are all non-smoking and are located in spllit-level buildings which are separate from the main lodge building. The buildings are located within easy walking distance of the canyon rim.

Lodge rooms feature a double bed, sink and telephone. Bathrooms are provided in shared facilities with the buildings and bathrooms accessible by keycard.

Bright Angel Lodge does not offer air-conditioning.

Amazing place, Don't even think of going anywhere

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 3, 2011

We made our own way here from vegas. we timed to arrive about 4'o clock after all the tour buses had left and we booked out at 10'oclock before they arrived the following day. We stayed at the bright angel lodge right on the rim. The sunset and sunrise from this location were brilliant and as all the day trippers had gone home there was loads of space to walk freely. A real easy going relaxing place. Also much much cheaper than going on organised trips if you have a family.
The blue angel is not a fancy 5 start super duper hotel. It does fit in perfectly with the surroundins ina very basic and timeless way. The staff are unbelievably helpful and friendly and a smaal bar with a local guy playing guitar and singing a few songs really made for a brilliant atmosphere

Unique Quality: Location. Simple as that. You will not find a better hotel anywhere at this price

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You can't get any closer to the rim!

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 9, 2008

I stayed in June of 2008 at one of the Bright Angel Cabins. We were only 50 to 75 feet from the edge of the rim! You don't have to go far to check out the sunrise or sunset.

The next morning at 6 a m I walked down the path to the edge of the rim and I was startled by a noise behind me. It was a mule deer. She took her time walking to the edge and then slowly went down the rim into the steep canyon.

The rooms have a TV, my room only had one bed (double), small fridge. You are paying for the viewand location! It was worth it for one night.

Unique Quality: Right by the rim.

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You can't get any closer than this

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 16, 2007

The night before Scott and I hiking to the bottom of the grand Canyon we stayed at the Bright Angel Lodge. Older, smaller rooms. The upside is you are right next to the rim.

Bright Angel is a stone's throw away from all the shops and places to eat too. If you don't call early enough it will be booked up.

Unique Quality: Close to the rim with some history on its side.

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Best Affordable Lodging on the Rim

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 17, 2006

The Bright Angel Cabins are located on the rim of the Grand Canyon. If you get lucky, you may get a room facing the Canyon. The rooms are small and simple but, are clean and very affordable. It had a shared shower down the hall but, the rooms have private toilets/sinks. It is a short walk to the restaurant and Main Lodge. At the Lodge you can make reservations for different tours and such. I strongly suggest making reservations months in advance, especially in the peak periods, as everything gets booked up rapidly.

Unique Quality: Unique Qualities......The view of The Grand Canyon. Pictures will never do it justice!

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Lodging at the Canyon

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 3, 2005

Being at Las Vegas, you should make a brake to take an overnight stay at the Grand Canyon.

The contrast between human artificial paraphernalia (at its best in Las Vegas) and the powerful tranquillity of nature in the canyons, will surely strike you and make you think.

Thinking it's really the best sport. Brigth Angel Hotel right at the edge of the canyon, or Maswik Lodge, some steps aside (more expensive), are peaceful solutions.

Unique Quality: Fully integrated with nature and landscape.

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Campgrounds and Lodges

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 25, 2005

I don't remember where we stayed but it was inside the National Park.

For reviews of those lodgings go to the Grand Canyon National Park page.

Bright Angel Lodge and Cabins Highway 64, South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park, 2 reviews

El Tovar Hotel Apache Street and Center Road, South Rim, Grand Canyon 1 review

Grand Canyon Lodge Grand Canyon North Rim, , Grand Canyon National Park 2 reviews

Kaibab Lodge Az 67, Hc 64, Box 30, , Grand Canyon National Park 1 review

Phantom Ranch North Kaibab Trail, South Rim, bottom of Grand Can 2 reviews

Yavapai Lodge 1 Main Street, South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park 2 reviews

Unique Quality: Cottonwood Campground 16.6 miles from the Bright Angel trailhead, 1 review

Indian Gardens 4 1/2 miles down Bright Angel Trail 1 review

Mather Campground Grand Canyon Village, Near Mathers Amphitheater, 2 reviews

North Rim Campground Arizona State Route 67, 1 mile north of Grand Canyon 2 reviews

Campgrounds for which there are no reviews (some of these you need a Back Country Permit) include

Buck Farm Overlook Forest Road 445 H, 50 miles east and south of Jaco

Crazy Jug Point Forest Road 292 B, 32 miles southwest of Jacob Lake

DeMotte Campground AZ State Route 67, 7 miles north of Grand Canyon N

Diamond Creek Campground Diamond Creek Rd., Hualapai Indian Reservation

Indian Hollow Campground Forest Road 232, 50
miles south of Fredonia

Ten-X Campground On US Hwy 180/State Hwy 64, 2 miles south of Tusay

Trailer Village Grand Canyon Village, 1/2 mile from South Rim. This has hookups.

Note that Moqui Lodge is now closed, and is not available as an option.

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Cozy and fun

by written on September 2, 2002

Bright Angel Lodges and Cabins

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Unique Quality: Some cabins have grand canyon view.

Cheaper than El Tovar hotel.

Directions: West side of the historic Grand Canyon village, south rim.

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Address: Highway 64, South Rim, Grand Canyon, Arizona, 86023, United States

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