Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim
(Grand Canyon Area)
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Set on the quieter North Rim side, missed by most visitors to the Grand Canyon National Park, the Grand Canyon Lodge is a terrific choice for your American adventure. Surrounded by a number of popular hiking trails, and with stunning views of the Grand Canyon itself so close by, there’s no better place to reconnect with the great outdoors than here.
From rustic cabins to comfy hotel rooms, the Grand Canyon Lodge – North Rim embraces its location wholeheartedly. Located within easy walking distance of the North Rim, each of the guestrooms here offer the quiet serenity guests seek in visiting this beautiful part of the world.
Serving hearty meals throughout the day, dining at the Grand Canyon Lodge is truly memorable; sourcing ‘all natural’ ingredients locally, the Lodge has an appealing menu of Regional favourites and 1930s-inspired cuisine. In the summer months, the Grand Canyon Lodge – North Rim host a good old American cookout – with live Country & Western music and an all-you-can-eat buffet, it’s an experience not to be missed.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Name: Grand Canyon National Park Airport
- Distance: 349 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Grand Canyon National Park Airport Distance: 349 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2111 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
No TV, No Internet, No A/C, No problem!
Stay Date: 06/2017, Pat B wrote this review.
Let me start by saying that this is NOT a luxury lodging experience. As I said in the title of this review, there is no TV, no air conditioning and no internet (unless you want to schlep up to the general store for free wi-fi) ...but if you want a g… See more
Let me start by saying that this is NOT a luxury lodging experience. As I said in the title of this review, there is no TV, no air conditioning and no internet (unless you want to schlep up to the general store for free wi-fi) ...but if you want a genuine Grand Canyon experience, this is the place to be. Yes, you will pay a premium for lodging here. But there's nothing to compare to being able to sleep a stone's throw from the rim of the canyon. Not to mention the fact that the staff seems to be happy, genuinely wanting to be there, choosing to spend the season in one of the most spectacular places on earth. The North Rim is the way to go if you're visiting the Grand Canyon, totally worth the extra drive (depending on where you're coming from). Thank you to the staff for a lovely experience, and if we're lucky we'll be back soon. Collapse
North Rim is the best!
Stay Date: 06/2017, Sheri P wrote this review.
We stayed at Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim and loved it. The cabins are rustic but quaint and clean. No A/C but the evening breeze and the ceiling fan made it comfortable. Views were spectacular, and sitting on the veranda was serene and relaxing. Ord… See more
We stayed at Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim and loved it. The cabins are rustic but quaint and clean. No A/C but the evening breeze and the ceiling fan made it comfortable. Views were spectacular, and sitting on the veranda was serene and relaxing. Order the bacon wrapped figs on the veranda during sunset-delicious! Breakfast in the lodge was also worthwhile before heading out. The waiter, Chris, was spectacular and did a great job. If you have to choose between north and south Rim, go with the north! It might take longer to get to, but it's relaxing and views are just as good. And if you stay at south Rim, avoid the Yavapai Lodge. That was dated, hot, dirty and congested. And no A/C with really no cross ventilation. Grand Canyon Lodge beats it by a mile. Collapse
Mistake - bring a rv or a tent
Stay Date: 06/2017, Owen S wrote this review.
We stayed in the "motel" rooms, which look ok at first. The room is quite small, as if someone wanted a room the same dimensions as a 30 foot rv. The bathroom was crazy small, I'm not the biggest guy but my shoulders were firmly wedged between the … See more
We stayed in the "motel" rooms, which look ok at first. The room is quite small, as if someone wanted a room the same dimensions as a 30 foot rv. The bathroom was crazy small, I'm not the biggest guy but my shoulders were firmly wedged between the wall and the shower when on the throne. The shower stall was ok but dirty on the floor with gobs of soap goop on the soap holder. The water was warm most of the time but would change quickly without warning while showering. There is one chair a table a bed and a mini fridge, that's all. No tv, wifi, ac - there was a ceiling fan but that only served to wave the hot 90 degree air around. I tried sleeping with the door open and the bathroom fan on to bring in the night air but without another window there was no where for the heat to go. If I stayed again I would bring a rv or stay in the largest family cabins which are close to the lodge and have a view, stay away from the micro cabins, mostly because hundreds of people will be walking around them all day to get to the lodge with your windows open. When I complained about the heat the staff knew it was a problem but are unable to upgrade the buildings. Also bring your own food, the dinning room is good, but Disney-expensive, otherwise food options are very limited. Collapse
Excerise is the key word here.
Stay Date: 06/2017, grandmaPhoenix wrote this review.
The location would be hard to beat, literally on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. If we had gone at another time my review might be completely different.When we arrived the temperature was 90 degrees. We knew that before we went, and planned to do… See more
The location would be hard to beat, literally on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. If we had gone at another time my review might be completely different.When we arrived the temperature was 90 degrees. We knew that before we went, and planned to do our activities in the morning and evening, resting in our room or the main lodge mid-day. The flaws in that plan is no air conditioning in the room or in the main lodge. Absolutely no relief from the heat. The motel room is a 5 minute walk from the lodge amenities of food etc., although there are cabins closer. No parking by the rooms, and steep steps from the parking lot to the room. Getting luggage down was inconvenient for this 71 year old lady. The room was small, clean, with a coffee maker and fridge, shower in the bathroom. One other comment about our experience. The North Rim is great for hiking. It differs from the South Rim in that you can't drive from point to point and view. As I said, exercise is key here. Collapse
One in a lifetime experience
Stay Date: 05/2017, nycebh wrote this review.
Was here before, during and after a May snow storm. Hotel had just opened after getting the water going after the pipes fell into the Canyon. Hotel architect was Gilbert Underwood. Great views of the canyon from inside the Lodge. Nearby you can hear … See more
Was here before, during and after a May snow storm. Hotel had just opened after getting the water going after the pipes fell into the Canyon. Hotel architect was Gilbert Underwood. Great views of the canyon from inside the Lodge. Nearby you can hear Ranger lectures and complete the test to get your Junior Ranger badge. Rooms are rather small. I had to contact maintenance to get hot water going. Heaters in room but no air conditioning. Chairs inside and outside lodge are at a premium for both sunrise and sunset viewing. Photo opportunities abound! Collapse
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