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Canyon Lodge and Cabins
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Really enjoyed our stay!
User: Laxmom3kids from: Perry Hall, Maryland
Published Date: Jan, 17, 2022
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2021
Rating: 5
We stayed at the Canyon Lodge and Cabins for 2 nights in July. We had a room with 2 queen beds, refrigerator, and very nice bathroom. We thought the entire resort was very clean and well-kept. The beds were comfortable, the fan brought the cool evening air in. It was a bit noisy until about midnight or so but we were exhausted and slept well. The decor fits the park! One of the best national park lodges we have stayed in.

Staying in a Rim Cabin was a Bucket List moment for me
User: Razorfish from: Little Rock, Arkansas
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jan, 17, 2022
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2021
Rating: 5
My wife and I spent two nights at a rim cabin on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon this past August. It was on my bucket list for years to stay in a rim cabin on the North Rim. I finally managed to get a reservation for the end of August. We were fortunate enough to get cabin 306, which I consider the best rim cabin. The crowds weren’t bad and we were able to get dinner reservations both nights for dinner ar sunset, one of which was pretty spectacular. We walked out to Bright Angel Point each morning to see the sunrise. We walked a trail near the lodge and drove out to the viewpoints to seen some magnificent scenery. It lived up to everything I expected.

Great Stay and Home Base
User: db7477 from: Carlsbad, California
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Dec, 21, 2021
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2021
Rating: 4
We enjoyed our three night stay at the Canyon Village’s Hayden Lodge. The room was surprisingly large and well furnished. Due to COVID-19 food services were limited to a free carryout breakfast and dinner. The selections were extremely limited, particularly when one is gluten-free, but it was convenient and the price was right. We purchased a cooler and stocked up with gluten-free items before entering the park. Hayden Lodge proved to be an excellent base of operations to explore the canyon, Hayden Valley, Yellowstone Lake and Geyser Basins… we stopped by Mammoth Hot Springs as we entered from Gardiner.

Don't book through third parties. They cancel without notice
User: NeilE29 from: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Published Date: Nov, 2, 2021
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2021
Rating: 1
I booked a stay at this hotel in Feb of 2021 for a stay during June of 2021. On 5/1/2021, I received an email through Expedia stating the hotel could not accommodate our reservation and that it would be cancelled. I then received another email through expedia on behalf of the hotel telling me to ignore the previous meeting and that they now can accommodate our stay. I then received a final email on 5/31 stating that my room was cancelled. The email stated that the lodge was closed, but I later was told that only rooms booked through a third party were cancelled. Just terrible customer service. No call or anything to explain the situation. With just two weeks before our trip we were left scrambling and were unable to find any hotels close to Yellow Stone National Park. Very disappointed. Be careful if you plan to use a third party when booking here.

Great Stay in Cabin
User: TrailTrekker15 from: Tallahassee, Florida
Trip Type: Solo travel
Published Date: Oct, 13, 2021
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2021
Rating: 5
I stayed 3 nights in the Canyon Lodge cabins. They are duplex style cabins with private bathrooms and plenty of space for several people. My room was a double queen room with a table and chairs. The room was extremely clean and seemed like it had been renovated at some time in the recent days past. The bed was surprisingly quite comfortable and I slept extremely well every night. I heard very little noise from the neighboring guests. The main thing I heard was the bugling bull elk as I lay in bed which was awesome! The location was near the trailhead down to the 0.5-mile trail to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. I was able to stop at the cabin, rest, grab my pack, and hike to the canyon. The accessibility to the remainder of the park is excellent. The road closure heading toward Mt. Washburn did limit my travel some, but it was a minor inconvenience. Due to staff shortages, Canyon Eatery was open only for lodge guests and takeout breakfast and dinner was provided for free. It wasn’t a large selection, but it was better than expected as I had heard rumors that few restaurants were open. Overall, I found this to be a great experience! Staying in Yellowstone saved me many hours of driving in and out of the park which was worth paying extra.

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