Check in staff are friendly although they didn't do a great job in selling the Grand Canyon sunrise to us...im glad we ignored them and went anyway. rooms are clean and comfortable but are dated, however if you are not expecting 4* luxury you wont be disappointed. the hotel trys to instill a log cabin feel which comes across as a little tacky. the restaurant has loads of choice but is expensive. some of the restaurant staff are a little weird to say the least and are ready to pounce and serve the mains once you have finished your starters. they leave no time between the courses which turned me off the restaurant. a car is a must to stay at this hotel, the entrance to the national park is 5 miles away with the canyon a further 5 miles.
overall we had an ok stay (leaving out the restaurant) but i don't think id return.
- Also Known As:
- Grand Hotel Tusayan
- Grand Hotel Grand Canyon
- Grand Hotel Arizona
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Guests of The Grand Hotel enjoy gateway access to Grand Canyon National Park, the entrance to the park is just one mile away, and a variety of recreational activities. The lodge, built in 1998, features classic architecture and decor with rustic timber, western ironwork, and immense log beams. A central lobby with a towering stone fireplace invites good books, lively games of checkers, and inquisitive conversations with travelers from around the world. The nearby grand piano inspires guests to play their favorite tunes and sing along. ... more less
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