Last updated: January 17, 2023
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Maswik Lodge is a 250-room lodging complex nestled within several acres of ponderosa pine forest. It is located a short, 0.25-mile (0.4 km) walk from the canyon's edge.
The complex consists of a main building with a registration desk, gift shop, food court, a pizza pub, and individual two-story lodging units that are spread out to the north and south of the main building. EV charging stations are also available.
Maswik Lodge Front Desk: 7 am to 11 pm daily
A Village (Blue) Route shuttle bus stop is located in front of the lodge entrance.
Maswik Lodge offers several dining options. Hours vary seasonally.
Maswik Food Court and Grab-and-go
Open daily, 6:30 am to 8 pm
Diners will find four individual food stations including a several breakfast selections, traditional home-style lunch and dinner entrees, grilled burgers, hot sandwiches and deli sandwiches. Families will love the affordable menu selections and hikers will appreciate the option of grabbing lunches prepared in "to go" containers.
Maswik Lodge Pizza Pub:
11am to 8pm daily
First come, First Serve and Dine in Only.
Maswik Lodge Gift Shop
(Coffee is available daily, from 8 am to 9 pm)
Gift shop hours are 8 am to 9 pm daily.
All rooms are non-smoking
Maswik North rooms are located in twelve two-story buildings. The guest rooms are accessed from outside sidewalks and stairways. There are no elevators.
- Rooms feature a refrigerator, coffeemaker, air conditioning, safe, satellite TV, telephone, hair dryer and two queen-sized beds or one king-sized bed. Rollaway beds are available by request, on a first-come, first-served basis (additional fee applies). There are no microwaves.
- Two J1772 Level 2 EV chargers are located by the Cliffrose building.
Maswik South rooms
The rooms are located in four 2-story buildings featuring 90-standard guest rooms and 30 kitchenettes. All guest rooms have a small outdoor patio and rooms are accessed from an interior hallway with stairs or an elevator available for second floor rooms.
- Standard guest rooms feature a mini-refrigerator, coffeemaker, air conditioning, safe, satellite TV, telephone, hair dryer and two queen sized beds or one king sized bed. Rollaway beds are available by request, on a first-come, first-serve basis (additional fee applies). There are no microwaves.
- Kitchenette rooms feature an apartment-sized refrigerator, microwave, 2-burner cooktop (no oven), standard kitchenette eating/drinking utensils as well as basic cookware, coffeemaker, air conditioning, safe, satellite TV, telephone, hair dryer and two queen sized beds or one king sized bed.
- Four J1772 EV chargers are located at Maswik South.
Accessible rooms: Accessible rooms are available, including some with roll-in showers. To see available ADA-compliant rooms check the "ADA/Accessible Rooms" box in the online reservations application or call Central Reservations at 888-297-2757. (7 am to 7 pm, MT)
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202 South Village Loop Drive
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023
Maswik is named for a Hopi Kachina who is said to guard Grand Canyon.
The Maswik Lodge building and adjacent hotel rooms are contemporary in style, built in the 1960s. The Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railroad constructed the original "Motor Lodge" here in 1927. Traveling by automobile to the parks was quickly becoming fashionable. Rather than having to travel by train or carriage, people could journey in their own automobiles.
In the 1940s, 36 cabins were added and 22 cabins were moved from Bright Angel Lodge. Many of the 120 cabins were demolished in the 1960s and replaced by more contemporary two-story hotel rooms in 1968. The only architectural component remaining from historic lodge buildings are the original stone pillars.