Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

Grand Canyon North Rim, , Arizona, 86052, United States

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  • richiecdisc's Profile Photo

    we are talking right on the North Rim

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    Unique Quality: The Grand Canyon Lodge at the North Rim is the only lodging in the part not run by National Park conglomerate Xanterra which even ran this at one time. It is another beautiful all stone building with a great rustic feel. The North Rim has a more intimate view of the canyon, it just feels closer and appropriately the lodge here is closer as well. You are right on the rim and views are quite spectacular.
    Since there aren't as many viewpoints and everything is within walking distance, you get a lot of people remaining in the hotel and its immediate surroundings during sunset. Prices for the room are quite reasonable and there are many different options for different budgets, from $175-$110 per night per room.

    Directions: This place is literally right on the North Rim.

  • doug48's Profile Photo

    grand canyon lodge

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    located on the north rim of the grand canyon the grand canyon lodge is the only hotel directly on the edge of the canyon. it is far and away the best place to stay when visiting the north rim. you must make reservations months in advance. for more info visit,
    http://www.nps.gov/archive/grca/grandcanyon/ open mid-may through mid-october.

    Directions: end of hwy 67.

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    The Canyon's Best Lodge

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    My stay was limited to a beer on the magnificent sundeck and a gander at the Lobby. Next visit will be more extensive!!

    Unique Quality: The hub of activity on the North Rim centers here. This is the place to stay on the North Rim. The lobby and restaurant offer up huge views into the Canyon. There are two wonderful sundecks where you can simply sit back and take it all in. Better yet, get a rim side cabin and sit out in a wooden rocker on your own porch with beverage of choice in hand.

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    North Rim

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    Although it is somewhat confusing, this is not the same as the Grand Hotel at the Grand Canyon or the Grand Canyon Inn in Williams AZ, and it IS the same as the North Rim Lodge. This is the only place to stay on the North Rim inside the park. We were not able to get to the North Rim because it was too late in the year and it was not open. It isn't far from the South Rim as the crow flies, but otherwise it is a significant detour.

    Reservations are essential

    Unique Quality: There are additional Reviews on the Arizona page by Magnum_P.I. and on the general Grand Canyon page by

    pchamlis
    EdinburghRoc
    dpeirce
    goodfish

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    But, Oh, the View!

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    The Grand Canyon Lodge is the only place to stay inside the park on the North Rim. There are motel-style rooms, but most of the rooms are actually clusters of cabins.

    The first cabin we were given had not been serviced, still had dirty towels, dirty sheets on an unmade bed. Yech.

    So we got another one, and it was fine. You pay a high price - around $90 a night - to stay so close to the rim, but the rooms themselves are pretty rustic and small. No luxury lodgings here, but definitely worth it.

    Unique Quality: The Lodge itself, which is the large building right on the edge, has a gift shop, bar, post office, and a very nice restaurant. We were surprised at how expensive and dressy the restaurant was, considering that the average guest would have been hiking and getting dirty all day. We felt underdressed, but thoroughly enjoyed our location near the large picture window, with gorgeous views of the canyon!

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Grand Canyon Lodge - Very Nice

by TripAdvisor Member burkehouse

We stayed for 2 nights in a Frontier cabin. These are duplexes. The first night our neighbors were very quiet and the second night there wan't anyone in the other side. The people two cabins down however had rude loud kids who blared their music and parents who did nothing but yell. This caused us to spend most of our time at the Lodge patio. Since there isn't air conditioning the only way to keep your room cool is to have all the windows open. The room was small and rustic but very nice. Just be warned, there is only one plug in in the entire cabin and it is not near the bathroom.

The dining room was not that great, so if you stay here eat at the Deli. The food wasn't bad in the deli, we had a rice bowl and a pizza. The $20 at the deli was better food than the $75 in the dining room. However, the view from the dining room was beautiful.

Parking was a pain, we had to park in the overflow area and walk pretty far to our room. There is a porter service, but we didn't want to pay for that. One morning when walking to our car we were yelled at because the walkway we were on was for employees only. However it was not marked as such and there were several other people on it. The porters who drive the carts around were very crabby and acted like they were going to run you down.

Grand Canyon Lodge

by Magnum_P.I. about Grand Canyon Lodge

Grand Canyon Lodge The original Grand Canyon Lodge was destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1937. Its rustic construction of limestone walls and timbered ceilings complements its beautiful surroundings. The lodge has both motel rooms and cabins. I stayed in cabin 6191, which I found to be the right flavor to the enviroment I found myself in, very romantic... The lodge offers a sun room, cafe, fine dining, saloon, and gift shop. This was a great place to unwind and a definite memorable stay.

jacobs lake

by doug48 about jacobs lake inn

the jacobs lake inn is a third option if the grand canyon lodge or the kiabab lodge is booked. it is located 45 miles north on hwy 67 of the north rim of the grand canyon. reservations are a must. pictured is what you get for $80 per night but there are no other motels in the area. open mid-may through mid-october.

Best Lodging in the Canyon off the River!

by mtncorg about GRAND CANYON LODGE

My stay was limited to a beer on the the sun deck, but next time ..... ! The hub of activity on the North Rim centers here. This is the place to stay on the North Rim. The lobby and restaurant offer up huge views into the Canyon. There are two wonderful sundecks where you can simply sit back and take it all in. Better yet, get a rim side cabin and sit out in a wooden rocker on your own porch with beverage of choice in hand.

Top Flight in Phoenix!

by Bwana_Brown about Paradise Valley Resort

The conference was held at the Doubletree Hotels Paradise Valley Resort in Scottsdale (photo). It was an excellent location with great service and two beautiful swimming pools (although I only managed one dip!). Our rate was about US$200/night including taxes. When we first arrived in Arizona, we spoke to their front desk about a place to stay at the Grand Canyon and they gave us a telephone number. We were immediately able to book a room at the Grand Canyon Lodge at Yavapai (US$113 total) so we knew that we had a place to stay before heading north. It was very conveniently located about 2 minutes by car from the edge of the Canyon and it was very quiet.

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North Rim Grand Canyon to Monument Valley?

by Toby99

Hey there,
We are planning a trip at the end of May-1st week of June to Grand Canyon North Rim and are trying to decide if we have enough time to see Monument Valley.
Our current plan is to fly into Las Vegas, Visit Zion, then Bryce, then we thought we might drive to Monument Valley (but we aren't sure how far it is!). Finally, after Monument Valley we were going to hang out at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon for 3 nights,2 days. Is this all doable? We fly in on a Thursday May 28th and must be back in Las Vegas on Friday night June 5th.

Any suggestions?

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 Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim

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Address: Grand Canyon North Rim, , Arizona, 86052, United States