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We arrived to Yavapai Lodge in the evening and was startled by having two double beds in the room, one dubbed as a wardrobe.
In general a standard room; coffee machine, telly. The bathroom was fine with body wash and shampoo available.
Breakfast is served...More
The room that we had was old but clean. We had 2 queen beds, frig, microwave and flat screen TV. The bathroom is small but adequate. There were 3 of us and we made it just fine. There is no A/C but open the windows...More
Yavapai Lodge is as the name states very simplistic accommodation. Breakfast and meals are served in a cantine style.
Any shortcomings are made up by the wonders of Grand Canyon, we walked the entire trail and took in the evening a sunset tour which was...More
We checked in at 3:00 pm on a Thursday with NO wait, however, any other time we went through the main building, there was a long line. The room was comfortable and clean. I was concerned after reading some of the TA reviews, but would...More
Arrived early and room was ready, check in was quick. Had a room in the East Block, first impression was of a old building but appeared acceptable. Did a quick inspection of bathroom and beds. First bed was full of hair when we pulled back...More
Hike down into the Canyon! Use sticks for support as some places are slick with gravel. Gives an entirely different perspective of the canyon. Hike South Kaibab to Ooh Aah Point ( 0.9 miles down.). Take lots of water. If... More
Hike down into the Canyon! Use sticks for support as some places are slick with gravel. Gives an entirely different perspective of the canyon. Hike South Kaibab to Ooh Aah Point ( 0.9 miles down.). Take lots of water. If this is too much at least take an easy walk a couple hundred yards down Bright Angel Trail to where it tunnels through the rock.