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Lodging

 
several photos of South Rim Lodging

Examples of South Rim Lodging

South Rim (Grand Canyon Village)

Lodging Inside the park
A variety of lodging facilities are available.

Lodging is booked well in advance, especially during the summer months. Be sure to make reservations as far ahead as possible. Reservations are handled by Xanterra Parks & Resorts.



2014 Price Ranges:
Bright Angel Lodge room (shared bathroom) $83.
Room with full bathroom ranges from $94 to $464 per night (subject to change).

Bright Angel Lodge $83-$404
El Tovar Hotel $186-$464
Kachina Lodge $194-$209
Maswik Lodge $94-$185
Thunderbird Lodge $194-$209
Yavapai Lodge $140-$174

To read the lodging overview and to make reservations on-line:

http://www.grandcanyonlodges.com/lodging/
Within the US call toll free (888) 297-2757
Outside the US call (303) 297-2757
Fax (303) 297-3175.

To view Photos of the historic El Tovar and Bright Angel Lodges:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/grand_canyon_nps/collections/72157624173850067/

(There is no longer a youth hostel in Grand Canyon National Park.)

The park's free shuttle buses connect the lodges with restaurants, shops, visitor centers, scenic overlooks and trailheads.

 
front cover of fall grand canyon guide newspaper shows a young elk

Park Newspaper

Download the 2014 Autumn (English)
September 2 - November 30, 2014
Autumn South Rim Guide (letter-size)
(Prints on 8.5 x 11" paper 3.5 MB PDF File)

Autumn South Rim Guide (tabloid size)
(Prints on 11 x 17" paper 1.8 MB PDF File)

Contains maps, schedules and information.

South Rim lodging and camping along with most other visitor services within the park are open all year.

Reserve lodging and campsites as far ahead as possible, especially during busy summer and fall months.

Download Autumn South Rim Village Shuttle Bus/ Parking Map
as one large page 22.5 x 17" (1.45 MB PDF file)


 
Lodging Outside the park (South Rim)
The following accommodations are available in the gateway community of Tusayan, 7 miles/ 11 km south of Grand Canyon Village:

If you are staying at one of these lodges during the summer months, the park provides free shuttle service between Tusayan and the park. (mid-May through mid-September)

Visitors entering the park from the gateway community of Tusayan via the free shuttle bus must present a valid park entrance pass. Entrance passes may be purchased at park entrances or at various businesses in Tusayan.
Grand Canyon Squire Inn (928) 638-2681
Grand Canyon Suites (928) 638-3100
Holiday Inn Express (928) 638-3000
Quality Inn (928) 638-2673
Red Feather Lodge (928) 638-2414
Seven Mile Lodge (928) 638-2291
The Grand Hotel (928) 638-3333
 

Additional lodging is available in Valle, 30 miles/48 km south on Highway 64, Williams, 60 miles/97 km south on Highway 64, and Flagstaff, 80 miles/129 km south on Highway 180.

Nearest Available Lodging brochure for both the South and North Rim (207kb PDF file, Mar 2010)


 

Desert View (East Entrance to the Park)
No lodging is available at Desert View, but there is a campground.
Desert View Campground Information. Download the Desert View Map (237kb PDF File)

Outside the park (Desert View)
The following accommodations are available east of Desert View
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Cameron Trading Post and Motel (928) 679-2231 - In Cameron, 30 miles/ 48km
Anasazi Inn (928) 679-2214 - In Gray Mountain, 37 miles/ 59km


Additional lodging is available in Tuba City, 53 miles/85 km northeast of Desert View on Highways 64, 89 and 160.

Nearest Available Lodging brochure for both the South and North Rim (207kb PDF file, Mar 2010)


 
some scenes of Phantom Ranch

Some Views of Phantom Ranch

Inner Canyon - Phantom Ranch:
Phantom Ranch, at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, is a popular destination for both hikers and mule riders. Overnight dormitories and cabins can be reserved and meals are available for purchase.

Advance reservations for meals and lodging at Phantom Ranch are required. Reservations are made through Xanterra, 888-297-2757, and can be made up to 13 months in advance.

The park's Backcountry Information Center does not make reservations for Phantom Ranch lodging or meals. Overnight guests of Phantom Ranch who have advance reservations do not need to obtain backcountry camping permits.

Reservations for meals and lodging are required
.
An NPS backcountry permit is not required for overnight stays at the dormitories or cabins at Phantom Ranch. Call 303-297-2757 or 888-297-2757. Make reservations on-line at http://www.grandcanyonlodges.com/lodging/phantom-ranch/


To view more photos of Phantom Ranch at the bottom of the canyon:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/grand_canyon_nps/sets/72157627065986377/


 
grand canyon lodge - north rim

Grand Canyon Lodge

North Rim

Lodging Inside the park:

North Rim lodging is available
May 15th through October 15th of each year.

The Grand Canyon Lodge provides the only lodging inside the National Park on the North Rim. Lodging is booked well in advance, so make reservations as far ahead as possible. Prices range from $116 - $192 per night (subject to change.)


Reservations are handled by Forever Resorts. You may make online reservations on their website at:

http://grandcanyonforever.com/lodging/
Or, directly call the toll free Reservation Line: (877) 386-4383.
During the season you may check at the lodge for last-minute availability.

View more photos of the historic Grand Canyon Lodge here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/grand_canyon_nps/sets/72157626381763104/

Read the August 17, 2007 news release about Grand Canyon National Park concessioner
Forever Resorts and Grand Canyon North Rim L.L.C. (PDF File)

Download the North Rim Map (289kb PDF File)

 
front page of 2014 North Rim Guide newspaper

Park  Newspaper

Download the 2014 Season (English)
May 15 through October 15, 2014.

North Rim Guide (letter-size)
(Prints on 8.5 x 11" pape 1.7 MB PDF File)

North Rim Guide (tabloid size)
(Prints on 11 x 17" paper 2.5 MB PDF File)

The North Rim Guide contains the maps, schedules and information needed to plan your visit in 2014. The North Rim has a short season, so it is best to reserve lodging and campsites as far ahead as possible.

Download Maps and Trail Guide as one large page 22.5 x 17" (700 kb PDF)

 
Lodging Outside the park (North Rim)
Lodging is available seasonally.
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Kaibab Lodge (928) 638-2389 - 18 miles/29 km north
Jacob Lake Inn (928) 643-7232 - 45 miles/72 km north


Additional lodging is available in Fredonia, 77 miles/ 124 km northwest on Highways 67 and Alt. 89, Kanab, 84 miles/135 km northwest on Highway 67 and Alt. 89, and Marble Canyon, 82 miles/131 km northeast on Highways 67 and Alt. 89.

Nearest Available Lodging brochure for both the South and North Rim (207kb PDF file, Mar 2010)

 
 
"Traveling Green" is a great way to help Grand Canyon and other areas you visit reduce carbon emissions, divert and reduce what goes into the waste stream, and to generally help the environment.
Visit our Traveling Green page for helpful tips on planning your next green adventure.

Thanks for doing what you can to help protect our environment!

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