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Room was fine. No problems. Not air conditioned but managed ok.
Our difficulty was finding our room. Was given a map and unfortunately read it wrong (our fault). However no sign posts to help out. Spent quite a lot of time running around looking for...More
The location within the park is ideal. The room is average, but quite spacious. The bed/linens were all comfortable. Nothing is worse than sleeping on an awful bed before exploring a park and I was relieved to see I wouldn't be dealing with that! Our...More
Great location in Grand Canyon Village. Away from biggest crowds but still close to major scenic overlooks and trails. Nice, clean rooms at reasonable rates but no frills, just the necessities for spending time out in the park. Close to park dining and convienently close...More
Room was clean. It was a bit difficult to find as we arrived in the night time. Nearby to everything we needed. Beds were comfy. We only were there for one night so didn't get a chance to truly experience the room.
This lodge was average for the location. We stayed in the West rooms, which offered air conditioning. It is definitely a place to unplug. No signal and the only place to get wi-fi is the lodge itself. It does not work in the rooms which...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.