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 2160 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Okay, reliving the 1950's at the Lodge
Stay Date: 07/2017, Allan K wrote this review.
Being that the next nearest hotel near the North Rim was in Jacob Lake, some 40 miles away, I booked a room at the Lodge. not a cabin. The room was one bedroom, no air conditioning (ceiling fan was just fine, thank you) and no television. Surprise… See more
Being that the next nearest hotel near the North Rim was in Jacob Lake, some 40 miles away, I booked a room at the Lodge. not a cabin. The room was one bedroom, no air conditioning (ceiling fan was just fine, thank you) and no television. Surprised my wife, but for one night it was just fine. The dinner at the main restaurant was EXCELLENT. One suggestion. If you are serving shrimp cocktail (They were excellent in size) you need to provide a better cocktail sauce. The sauce was bland and the fact that the kitchen did not have any horseradish made for a bland appetizer. Collapse
Pioneer cabins are poorly maintained.
Stay Date: 07/2017, Genevieve O wrote this review.
In order to save a bit of money, I reserved three rim-view Pioneer cabins for a family group of eleven a year in advance, and got what I requested: three cabins with a view, next to each other, and close to the lodge. We all stayed in the larger, nic… See more
In order to save a bit of money, I reserved three rim-view Pioneer cabins for a family group of eleven a year in advance, and got what I requested: three cabins with a view, next to each other, and close to the lodge. We all stayed in the larger, nicer, Western cabins during the same trip, at both Zion and Bryce, in which everyone was comfortable. The Pioneer cabins at the North Rim, however, need a bit more maintenance and a couple more comforts. The cons: the rooms are small and the bathroom is truly tiny, the window screens were uniformly torn and "holey," the carpet was badly stained, when we arrived there was half eaten food from a previous occupant on one stoop, one shower was missing wall tiles and a shelf, the toilet bowls were really unattractively stained inside with scale, the lighting was dim, there is a rodent problem (quite a bit of mouse poop in our room, dealt with efficiently and politely by maintenance), the blankets are thin and the pillows skimpy, the blow dryers didn't work without shorting the circuit, an unpleasant sewage smell lingered on certain paths between the cabins and lodge, the cabins are quite close to each other and lack a comfortable outdoor space to enjoy the view (Mom took her stool outside to sit on everyday). Pros: view of the Transept canyon through the trees was fantastic from all three cabins; we liked the historic, rustic "logginess" and attractive, sturdy stick furniture; the sheets and towels were quite clean, as was the convenient coffee maker and small fridge; and the cool cross breezes, good ceiling fan, and quiet made sleeping easy; and our rim-view edge gave us extra privacy. IF these cabins were cleaned and maintained better (clean carpets, nice pillows and blankets, new screening, an additional floor lamp, etc.), they would be charmingly small and rustic, instead of dingy and tiny. The Grand Canyon is truly awe inspiring, and we had a great time overall. We loved the cool temps, lack of crowds (Zion was overrun), and excellent hiking and ranger programs. Next time we visit, though, we'll pony up for Western cabins. Finally, I made dinner reservations for our large party at the main dining room six months in advance, and we still had to be split up one night out of the three (we were warned it might happen). The main dining room was lovely and well staffed and the food was mostly quite good, although not cheap. The buffet option, however, seemed overpriced at $30/person. We had brought our own lunch and breakfast food, which we ate while hiking or on the stoop of our cabins. Collapse
Lovely views and great location
Stay Date: 07/2017, NYCTravelPal wrote this review.
We stayed in the Pioneer Cabins which we booked many months in advance. These cabins are small and cozy with one room with a queen size bed and small bench and mini-fridge and a full small bathroom with shower and a small second room with a bunk bed… See more
We stayed in the Pioneer Cabins which we booked many months in advance. These cabins are small and cozy with one room with a queen size bed and small bench and mini-fridge and a full small bathroom with shower and a small second room with a bunk bed and futonbed. This is a good option for families. We did not have a view and while the rooms are not air conditioned there is a fan in the room with the queen bed and the weather was not too hot. The restaurant is OK (not much options in the area). You can order food on the terrace if you can't reserve in the main dinning room. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, walkoj6 wrote this review.
We stayed in one of the motel rooms for two nights last week. There was more than enough space for us and our luggage.The motel is under the trees and with the ceiling fan the room was comfortable. You do have to park across the street and carry your… See more
We stayed in one of the motel rooms for two nights last week. There was more than enough space for us and our luggage.The motel is under the trees and with the ceiling fan the room was comfortable. You do have to park across the street and carry your luggage to the building which could create a problem for an older couple. The bathroom was pretty small but large enough. You're not paying for the amenities (which were fine) but for the location. Beautiful - only 3 minutes walk to views of the canyon and maybe 8 minutes to the lodge itself. If you can make the trip this is one of the most beautiful spots that we ever visited. Collapse
western cabin is the way to go
Stay Date: 07/2017, astrowk wrote this review.
We've visited the north rim previously but never stayed in a Western cabin. We were able to get a Western cabin for 3 nights only 3 weeks in advance simply by checking online every day. The wonderful thing about these cabins is the porch with rocking… See more
We've visited the north rim previously but never stayed in a Western cabin. We were able to get a Western cabin for 3 nights only 3 weeks in advance simply by checking online every day. The wonderful thing about these cabins is the porch with rocking chairs. This allows you to enjoy the ambiance without having to be around lots of people on the verandahs. Compared to the Pioneer cabin this is much roomier with a full size bathroom. There's even a gas fireplace for cold weather. We stayed in cabin 312 which opened onto a grassy area and had a small rim view so we didn't have to pay the extra cost for a partial view. Lodging and food at the north rim is on the expensive side because there's not much choice but you can't beat the setting. Collapse
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