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End of Highway 67, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86052
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#7 of 13 Specialty lodging in Grand Canyon National Park
The more remote North Rim offers up its beauty and solitude to those willing to make a little longer trek to cooler temperatures and greener vegetation of the Grand Canyon's less visited rim. Time means little here in this Nirvana for nature lovers…abundant forest beauty and wrap-around scenic splendor as sheer walls hold in the Colorado River a mile below. The only developed lodging within the National Park’s North Rim boundaries this historic treasure has cabins and lodging tucked into the trees and dotting the canyon edge. The historic dining room with wall to ceiling windows gives diners the unique opportunity to take in the Canyon's views and tasteful regional and sustainable delights for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Reservations are recommended. For guests seeking a unique remembrance of their visit to this special place, there is a gift store and convenience store located at the North Rim. Authentic Native American handcrafts, jewelry and merchandise that is U.S.A. made by local and regional artists provide an array of gift items for guests to the Grand Canyon. Smell the pines, listen to the fluttering leaves of quaking aspen, and keep an eye out for a California condor, the largest bird in North America. The North Rim of the Grand Canyon is only open from mid May to mid October.
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john_northbay wrote a review Yesterday
Healdsburg, California243 contributions126 helpful votes
We stayed in a western cabin on the last weekend of the season, it was very nice and much better than the frontier and other cabins. Loved the two queen beds, roomy comfortable cabins with gas fireplace, and of course, the proximity to the rim of the Grand Canyon. These cabins are quite expensive, but many will appreciate the special nature of this stay, for special occasions, or just checking one off the bucket list. Hopefully COVID is no longer an issue when they reopen next spring, but I appreciated the attention given to safety in the dining setup. Unfortunately, only about 50 % of visitors wore masks, so there were some uncomfortable moments passing on the narrow trails. It seems there is a mid day flux of local visitors, which unfortunately makes the park feel crowded around the lodge, only to thin out again by evening.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
mikechris2 wrote a review Oct 12
Cohoes, New York73 contributions10 helpful votes
Highly recommend staying inside park at the lodges. It is rustic but offers everything you need and is accessible to fantastic views right outside your door. Cabins are clean, spacious, and have everything you need for a comfortable stay. Staff are friendly and very accommodating.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
fogsmom wrote a review Oct 10
Boston, Massachusetts97 contributions49 helpful votes
It’s the only place to stay on the north rim if you are not camping. Prices are high for rustic cabins which have not been updated in years. But what is worse, is the fact that they are not clean. I was glad I had my chlorox wipes, I would not trust housekeeping as there was visible dirt on many high touch surfaces. The floor was the worst. Filthy. I had to clean it myself with towels. See photo of one of the multiple towels I used to wipe the floor. Ugh. Reading other reviews it looks like dirty cabins are common. Bring your own cleaning supplies if you stay here
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Date of stay: October 2020
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WorldTravelers12 wrote a review Oct 6
Spokane Valley, Washington91 contributions22 helpful votes
We stayed in a rim side cabin in late September, 2020. The cabins themselves are about 90 years old, if I understand correctly, but have been generally modernized well. The bathrooms are small and have no counter space at all, but the cabin had a little refrigerator. The floors were not clean, but since there have been major water issues at the north rim this year, staff are apparently not able to mop the floors to clean them well. There is no air conditioning, which probably won't be a problem for most, but our room didn't cool down enough for our taste until the middle of the night. That said, the big reason why you stay here is location and views. Our cabin was literally right at the rim, which isn't a sharp drop-off but still fairly steep, so we got excellent views of the canyon. Seeing it right before sunrise was just magical, all of the colors in the air being on full display! Sitting on our front porch in rocking chairs and soaking in the views was very relaxing. We were thrilled to stay here for one night but would not have cared to do it for a second due to both the cost and the relatively few things to do if you have a small child, which we did, or if you are physically unable to hike down into the canyon at all. Most of the trails that do are fairly steep, and climbing back out, even from 'only' a couple thousand feet is a real challenge for many. I would definitely recommend staying at least one night, depending on what your other plans are, but I would strongly recommend that you stay in one of the rim-side cabins. They are pricey at $300/night, but a much better value than the others, which are $260/night. If we had to stay far from the rim, I would not think that the price was worth it.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Room Tip: The rim side cabins, while a little pricier, are a much better experience than the others.
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IslandHog wrote a review Sep 2020
Los Angeles, California34 contributions10 helpful votes
As luck would have it, a Western Cabin opened up last minute for what proved to be a fantastic week that may never be duplicated. With the majority of rooms closed, the crowds were nil and in the mornings and evenings the sounds of nature felt like a soothing blanket. As other reviews mentioned, the cabins are quite basic - no tv, no a/c, no wifi, but that was part of the charm. It's quiet, comfortable, exposed beam, wondrous rocking chairs on the porches, stars forever and views.... I also want to commend the entire staff for their commitment to safety - everywhere the staff took masks, hand sanitizer, social distancing very seriously. Having visited five national parks in a month, this one seemed to take the pandemic with the greatest degree of seriousness. Well done all around. The food choices are limited but doable, plus the beer is great and I found the general store stocked with fruit and provisions. The fridge worked too well freezing everything, but better that than the alternative. Bring a cooler and get there during this time - it's so special to have trails and the sunrise all to yourself.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Frequently Asked Questions about Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim
Which popular attractions are close to Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim?
Nearby attractions include Grand Canyon North Rim (0.03 miles) and Roosevelt Point (4.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and breakfast buffet.
What food & drink options are available at Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim?
Conveniently located restaurants include Grand Canyon Lodge Dining Room, North Rim Country Store, and Kaibab Lodge.
Does Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.