Starting at: $153.00
The Grand Canyon Lodge is situated at Bright Angel Point inside Grand Canyon National Park on the North Rim. The longstanding history of the lodge was recognized in 1987 when it was declared a National Historic Landmark. This is the only opportunity for in-park lodging on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
The lodge sits on the canyon's edge with sweeping views across the great gap of the Grand Canyon. Guests who wish to peer down into the depths will have to get a little closer to the edge. The North Rim offers access to several amazing highlights of Grand Canyon National Park such as Cape Royal, Point Imperial, Bright Angel Canyons and Roaring Springs. Visitor activities are vast with opportunities for mule trips, biking and of course, hiking. There are several day hikes less than five miles long that provide access to the deep views into the canyon.
Several accommodation choices make it easy to find the perfect fit for your group. The Frontier, Pioneer and Western Cabins are appealing rustic options. The motel rooms offer standard amenities and are a good option as well. Access to the North Rim and various trails make the Grand Canyon Lodge an ideal choice for both comfort and location.
These spacious Western Cabins offer a partial view of the rim and come with two queen beds, a full private bath, and a front porch. These cabins sleep a maximum of five people. One rollaway bed is allowed.
Three people will be cozy in the Frontier Cabin with a double bed and one twin. The private bathroom has a shower. Limited ADA accessibility is available with one double bed and a private bath with a shower. Rollaway beds are not available.
The motel rooms at the Grand Canyon Lodge are comfortable rooms featuring one queen-sized bed and a private bathroom. Three people can be comfortably accommodated with a rollaway bed that is available for a fee.
Pioneer Cabins offer two bedrooms. The first bedroom has a queen-sized bed with a coffee pot and a mini-fridge. The second room has twin-sized bunk beds, a writing desk with a full-sized futon. These rooms are separated by a private bathroom with a shower. Maximum occupancy is six people. Rollaway beds are not offered. Ask about the availability of rooms with a view of the rim of the canyon for a slight rate increase.
Located on the Canyon Rim, these Pioneer Cabins offer slightly obstructed canyon views. They feature two bedrooms, which are separated by a 3/4 bath with a shower only. One bedroom comes with a set of twin over twin bunk beds and a sofa sleeper while the second bedroom has one queen, a mini-fridge, and a coffee maker. These cabins sleep a maximum of six people. Rollaway beds are not available.
Surrounded by pine trees, these charming Western Cabins feature two queens, a private bathroom, and a full porch. Cabins typically sleep four people, although one rollaway is permitted. Four units are ADA compliant with either a full bath and grab bars or a roll-in shower.
These spacious Western Cabins, nestled in the pine trees, feature two queens, a private bathroom, and a full porch with views of the Grand Canyon. Four units are ADA compliant, two of those units have one queen with full bath and grab bars and two have one queen with a roll-in shower. These cabins sleep a maximum of five people. One rollaway bed is allowed.
A deposit equal to the first night's room charge plus applicable taxes is required for each room at time of reservation.
Cancellation must be received no less than 72 hours (4:00pm Arizona Mountain Standard Time) prior to scheduled arrival for a full refund. Cancellations received less than 72 hours from scheduled arrival will be subject to forfeit of total deposit.
The Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim has a strict no pet policy. No pets are allowed in any room type at the North Rim Lodge. A $200 fee will be charged if pets are found in the room.
Rates Policy: Rates are based on double occupancy with the exception of the Pioneer Cabins, which are based on quad occupancy. Each additional person over the age of 13 is an extra $15.00 per night. Room rates include a Utility Pass-Through Surcharge, as well as a $1.00 night voluntary contribution to the National Park Foundation. Guests may elect to have the $1.00 contribution removed from their invoice at check-in.
Roll-a-way beds are available (Western Cabin and Motel Rooms Only) for $15.00.