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El Tovar Hotel
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Great location but pretty tired
User: oakley9191 from: London, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Aug, 18, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
Unrivalled location (we had an amazing balcony overlooking the Grand Canyon) but it’s a pretty tried hotel. Feels like it’s government run. No personal touch. Parking is difficult. 1/10 WiFi and no mobile reception.

Great Old National Park Hotel
User: sascanlan from: Tucson, Arizona
Published Date: Aug, 17, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
We have always wanted to stay here and were able to book one night in August. The park is packed in the summer and the hotel was full. By 5:00 many tourists had left so the hotel and park were much more pleasant. Our room 6477 was small but nicely appointed. There is only one chair because of space. The bed and linens were nice and we could open our window. Room has USB ports. Wifi is fair considering where you are. Cold ice water is available during the day in the second floor sitting area, which is a nice place.
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Wow!!!!!!
User: Bob G from: West Chester, Pennsylvania
Published Date: Aug, 16, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We had a world class, fabulous breakfast in this grand old lady....... This is old West elegance at its best. My wife had eggs benedict. She said they were the best she ever had..... And I think her eggs benedict are the best...... The feed and the service were the best. The view over the South rim of the Grand Canyon requires no description....The saddest thing is that I waited 74 years to get here. Do not miss this experience!!!!
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Charming historical hotel
User: Sean_Ian-Taipei from: taipei
Published Date: Aug, 14, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
we stay in grand canyon for two nights in El Tovar suite, standard two queens beds room and 1 standard double room. All are nice and with beautiful furnitures. It's a historical hotel so must be aware and expect the noice if someone stays upstairs. Location is perfect and nice friendly staff. El Tovar suites is indeed the highlight of the hotel with it's wonderful view. Comfortable beds, quite a few restaurant nearby and unlimited access to the sunset/sunrise/grand canyon views make it very difficult to be ignored. Must try the restaurant, the food and wine are so nice you don't feel like it's a hotel not in the city. Will definitely go back if visit again.
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Beautiful Old Hotel Right on the Rim
User: Tom M from: Scottsdale, Arizona
Published Date: Aug, 13, 2019
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
As part of the GC Railway package, we stayed at the El Tovar hotel. When the Santa Fe railroad first reached the Grand Canyon, construction began immediately on a first class hotel to accommodate travelers. Built with native boulders and Oregon Pine, the hotel opened in 1905 Named in honor of the Spanish explorer Pedro de Tovar, who led the first expedition to Hopi Indian country in 1540. If you have ever heard of Fred Harvey (think toll road oasis' in Illinois, restaurants along Rt 66), you will find plenty here. This building and location are gorgeous. All
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