We had been told about the drive down into the canyon all the way to the Colorado river and decided to stay at the Lodge even though we were pulling a trailer. We were ready for nice long hot showers and a good night's sleep.
We were given a room next to the side exit as we have dogs. This put us at the far end from the restaurant but that was no big deal. Our room was spacious with 2 queens. The internet strength was low but adequate, even on the end. I did have to work for an hour or so with the availability of the internet (darnit!) and it was suitable for my needs.
Yes, the trains run all night and there is a crossing next to the hotel. But they do provide earplugs if it's an issue for you. Personally, I kind of enjoyed the rumble of the trains and the horn didn't disturb me too much.
The food was decent in the restaurant and they do have a complimentary Continental breakfast.
I would stay here again, especially if I were to do the road into the Canyon again - an excellent trip by the way!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hualapai Lodge is a center of activity for Hualapai Tourism visitors. Hualapai Lodge in Peach Springs is situated on Historic Route 66, the longest stretch of highway left of the “Mother Road” of the 30’s and 40’s, and is the primary road through the Hualapai Nation. The lodge retains the flavor of the period when Route 66 was a main passage from East to West. Hualapai culture envelopes visitors as they pass through the doors of the Hualapai Lodge, featuring native Hualapai artwork on display, the specially crafted river-rock fireplace, and a nest of comfortable seating arrangements. The warm, inviting atmosphere encourages visitors to begin and end their days by sharing their personal adventures. The full service Diamond Creek Restaurant compliments the family friendly atmosphere with breakfast, lunch, and dinner service.Hualapai Lodge is the place where visitors launch many of their Grand Canyon West adventures. Whitewater rafting and boat tours originate daily from the Hualapai Lodge. Visitors can enjoy Native American arts and crafts, hiking, fishing, hunting and more from this location. The Hualapai Lodge is the starting point of a breathtaking drive on the only available road leading to the bottom of the canyon, just 19 miles from the Grand Canyon Hualapai Lodge. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hualapai Hotel Peach Springs
- Hualapai Peach Springs