I'm so tired of these hotels that advertise free WiFi and when you get there the service is virtually so slow it's unusable. It's kind of like saying you have a car, but it doesn't run. We just checked in and the hotel looks nice. I went down to the front desk to ask for someone to look at the wifi in my room and the response from the two ladies at the desk was... "That's just the way it is." I'm paraphrasing but that was about what they said. To some people, Internet access may not be important, but to me it is and is you're going to advertise that you have it, it should be usable. That's the only reason I'm giving this hotel a poor review.
- 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 newly renovated 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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- Also Known As:
- Grand Hotel Tusayan
- Grand Hotel Grand Canyon
- Grand Hotel Arizona