We stopped in here after our trip in Sedona/ Williams and the South rim on our way back to Nor Cal. I had somehow thought this place was closer to the canyon. (oops) We arrived around 7pm and the front desk; Not overly friendly.. But got our room on 1st floor, it was clean and bed was comfortable. We then went to the restaurant for dinner, Our waitress was very friendly and insightful. The food at their restaurant was good local cuisine. After dinner we went back to our room and noticed the teens in the hallway. They were going back and forth between their room and one on the other side of us, the doors in this hotel have the arms that allow them to shut the door behind you. In this case SLAM the door. Eventually the kids went to bed and we got to sleep, tired from a long day. Early 4am-ish the next morning the doors started slamming again and did not stop till we left.( I did not think there were that many rooms in the hallway, Very annoying) We did enjoy a nice Hot breakfast that was only $5 it came with the room. Overall, I would prbably not stay here unless we absolutely had to. It is a NICE CLEAN place but the slamming doors and thin walls subtract from the whole good aspects.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hualapai Lodge is a center of activity for Hualapai Tourism visitors. Hualapai Lodge in Peach Springs is situated on Historic Route 66, the longest stretch of highway left of the “Mother Road” of the 30’s and 40’s, and is the primary road through the Hualapai Nation. The lodge retains the flavor of the period when Route 66 was a main passage from East to West. Hualapai culture envelopes visitors as they pass through the doors of the Hualapai Lodge, featuring native Hualapai artwork on display, the specially crafted river-rock fireplace, and a nest of comfortable seating arrangements. The warm, inviting atmosphere encourages visitors to begin and end their days by sharing their personal adventures. The full service Diamond Creek Restaurant compliments the family friendly atmosphere with breakfast, lunch, and dinner service.Hualapai Lodge is the place where visitors launch many of their Grand Canyon West adventures. Whitewater rafting and boat tours originate daily from the Hualapai Lodge. Visitors can enjoy Native American arts and crafts, hiking, fishing, hunting and more from this location. The Hualapai Lodge is the starting point of a breathtaking drive on the only available road leading to the bottom of the canyon, just 19 miles from the Grand Canyon Hualapai Lodge. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hualapai Hotel Peach Springs
- Hualapai Peach Springs