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Bright Angel Lodge

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Bright Angel Lodge, designed in 1935 by famed Southwest architect Mary E.J. Colter, has a natural rustic character and is a Registered National Historic Landmark. This iconic lodge and its surrounding cabins are rich with cultural history. Under the direction of the Santa Fe Railroad, Colter was tasked to design a fresh look for Bright Angel Lodge in an effort to provide more moderately priced lodging in contrast to El Tovar “up the hill.” She drew inspirations from many local sources in her architecture. Today, the Bright Angel Lodge and surrounding cabins serves as an iconic remembrance of its colorful past. Located at the top of Bright Angel Trail Head, the facility sees visitors from all around the world. Bright Angel Lodge also features The Harvey House Café, a family-friendly restaurant serving diner classics prepared in the Fred Harvey tradition from biscuits & gravy to gourmet burgers and fajitas. The Harvey House is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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Restaurant
Free Parking
Free Internet
Bar/Lounge
Non-Smoking Hotel
Shuttle Bus Service
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Non-Smoking Rooms
Refrigerator in room
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Great View
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Full view
65Somewhat walkable
Grade: 65 out of 100
18Restaurantswithin 5 miles
44Attractionswithin 5 miles
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Two beautiful day in the Grand Canyon National Park and one night in the amazing hotel "Bright Angel Lodge" ! Very nice situation, close to all the point of view, on the rim of the Canyon. Confortable and new building with rooms, nice and affordable restaurants.
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We stayed in one of the cabins for two nights. It had snowed recently and some of the walkways were covered in snow and ice. The room was spacious and the bathroom was well stocked with supplies. Only comment about the room is you can hear the other people in the room beside
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We had 2 rooms for one night (January 26 and 27 2019), then hiked to Phantom Ranch, then checked back in for one more night with two rooms (Jan 30). Our first 2 nights were great, we had rooms 6144 and 6141, adjoining, each with queen beds. The set-up of each was slightly
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The hotel was much nicer in the winter weather. Cozy and complete with roaring fireplace. We were pleasantly surprised to have really great free internet in our room. (We had read there was only internet in the Welcome Lodge.) We had a specialty coffee drink in the bar and a
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We stayed in the Bright Angel Lodge cabins the night before and the night after a trip down to Phantom Ranch. (The wife went in by mule. My brother and I hiked in.) Usually I stay at Maswik or Yavapai when I am visiting the Canyon. These cabins are now top of my list. Very
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View from 6147 out to rim. Partially blocked by tree and Lookout Studio building (behind tree).
6147. There are two doors, one on the lodge side and one straight out to the rim.
Rim room 6147.
Room 6144, adjoins to 6141.
6144 Pedestal Sink in room not with shower and toilet.
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We didn't stay in the Red Horse Cabin and our cabin wasn't big enough to accommodate a roll away bed. Suggest you call them directly.
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Yes, the cabin we were in had a microwave and mini fridge.
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It's about half a mile. Park shuttle is available if distance is too far.
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are dogs allowed in the rooms?
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"I would look for reviews of specific rooms and request those."
"A cabin closer to the canyon would be nice, but it also comes at a premium."
"Really try to lock in a rim room"
"Cabins on rim are connected like a motel; you'll hear everything going on next door such as loud neighbors or a woman coughing up a lung"
"Ask for a room away from the central ice/bathroom area to try and avoid the noisy ice machine."
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PRICE RANGE
$117 - $189 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
bright angel lodge and cabins hotel grand canyon national parkbright angel lodge grand canyongrand canyon cabinsgrand canyon bright angel
LOCATION
United StatesArizonaGrand Canyon National Park
NUMBER OF ROOMS
90
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