The Grand Canyon is a stunning geological wonder visited by millions of people every year. The colorful rock layers reveal much of the Earth’s history. The canyon is more than a mile deep, surrounded by an impressive landscape of desert wilderness. This region is a sightseeing adventure for all who experience it. The weather is quite variable throughout the year, and visitors should prepare for extreme temperatures, especially in the summer. The South Rim is the most visited area at the park and is open all year. The secluded North Rim of the canyon is open mid-May to mid-October. There is a free shuttle bus system from the Canyon Village area for the convenience of travelers.
Grand Canyon’s closest resort hotel just seconds from the South Rim. Guests enjoy many entertainment options including a choice of two restaurants, a fitness center complete with a sauna and jacuzzi, a tennis court, and a bowling center. Choose from traditional or deluxe guest rooms and elegant suites.
These historic cabins and motel rooms are the best and only lodging on the North Rim of Grand Canyon. Visitors decide between three charming cabin styles with fireplaces and rustic wood furniture. The main lodge has motel rooms and contains a saloon, coffee shop, general store, and a deli. Mule rides and other services are available through the front desk.
The Red Feather Lodge is an affordable retreat with a heated swimming pool, a 24-hour activity desk, and the famous Cafe Tusayan. Customized specials and packages include Jeep tours, horseback riding, and air tours of the Grand Canyon.
This hotel is modeled after the “Old West,” with Southwestern furnishings and hand-crafted adornments. Provides many quality amenities including a concierge, the unique Canyon Star Saloon, and a coffee cafe. The hotel restaurant features nightly summer entertainment.