by Whitney Rife
Grand Canyon Lodge is one of the only lodging options within the National Park on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. The landmark hotel is at Bright Angle Point, within walking distance of the canyon rim. Families can stay in motel-style rooms or cabins. Three types of cabins vary in size, accommodating up to six people. Second bedrooms feature bunk beds and sleeper sofas for kids. Select cabins allow for cribs on request. Rooms offer basic amenities, like private bathrooms and rollaway beds for a fee. Children age 15 and under stay at Grand Canyon Lodge for free. The Dining Room serves organic products, including all-natural beef and chicken. Breakfast and lunch menus include buffets with hot and cold dishes. A Cookout Experience allows guests to dine as they did in the good old, wagon-style days. The dinner show is a must-see for children. The Deli in the Pines is a sandwich and salad restaurant made for families on the go. A coffee shop is also at the lodge. Outside the lodge, mule rides are a popular pastime, taking guests down into the Grand Canyon.
Our Editor Loves
- Cabins with bunk beds
- Grand Canyon Cookout Experience
- Kids under 16 stay for free
by Chris M
My visit to the Grand Canyon was way overdue but after a big health scare I decided that there was no time like the present and I was not disappointed. A spectacular panorama of mother nature at her finest. The amenities are excellent and the staff at the restaurants and facilities are very friendly and knowledgeable. Later in my trip I visited Las Vegas and took the opportunity to take a flight over the grand Canyon South. Wow, what an experience. My whole trip to US was extremely memorable and I would highly recommend a thrilling trip to the Grand Canyon
by James G
Beautiful place to stay, right on the edge of the canyon , the views are just wonderful ! But must book well in advance! Lots of paths to explore , but no rails! An be very quiet or very busy . Parking can be hard to find .