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Hualapai Lodge
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Reviewed May 12, 2013

This place is clean and everything is new and nice. The problem is it is very close to a very busy rail line where train horns blow all night long. Nobody said anything to me about earplugs at the front desk. Too bad. It was a long night. 40 minutes away is Kingman with lots of good hotels and restaurants. It beats me why anyone would stay here.

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank David D
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Reviewed May 9, 2013

We stayed here the night before we hiked into Supai and Havasu Falls. It was average but just fine for the night, clean and comortable. The train really does run about every 15 minutes and it's loud!! They will give you earplugs at front desk. We stayed on the train side so it was loud, not sure what the other side would be like. We didn't have a reservation and had no problems. The restaurant in the hotel was really good. Try the fry bread, it was delicious!! Itw as about an hour drive to trailhead from hotel.

Room Tip: Try to get room on road side away from train tracks.
  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Allinmi
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Reviewed May 9, 2013

The Hualapai Lodge, on the world-renowned historical Route 66, in Peach Springs, AZ, is about two hours from Grand Canyon West. Whether you're just passing through, plan to go to the Skywalk at Grand Canyon West, or participate in the ONLY one-day whitewater Grand Canyon rafting trip the best place to stay is at the recently remodeled Hualapai Lodge on Route 66.

Hualapai Lodge, 25 years old, but recently remodeled has comfortable, clean rooms. Wonderfully comfortable beds, the best pillows ever, continental breakfast, a gift shop where you can purchase necessities, snacks or lovely Native American souvenirs. The lodge has a salt water swimming pool, jacuzzi and weight room. The staff, mostly Native American, is friendly and helpful. The restaurant in the hotel is famous for its Hualapai (fry bread) tacos.

After long stretches of nothing in the Arizona desert the Hualapai Lodge is a welcome, comfortable, clean and cozy place to stop for the night. It is great value for the money. I will go back.

Note: Before you get to the Hualapai Lodge you will find some excellent Route 66 photo opportunities which you can see in my picture with the big sign.

Room Tip: A train passes by the lodge, so if you know you are a light sleeper, call ahead and book a room away from the side by the tracks. I was not disturbed at all by the trains, but I know some people can be. As a service, they also offer you ear plugs, just in case. A friendly touch of Hualapai hospitality.
  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled on business
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Thank Carola R
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Reviewed May 4, 2013

The hotel is very nice.....comfortable beds, nice staff, well appointed rooms, etc. HOWEVER, unless you are unconscious when you sleep, it is very difficult to overlook the train. They run every 15 minutes, night and day, and blow the whistle (3 times each) approximately 30 yards from the hotel. The front desk provides ear plugs but I found they made little difference.

The location is unfortunate because everything else, including the restaurant and gift shop, is more than I expected in a small town.

Room Tip: Rooms on the street side might be quieter.
  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank dahlia27
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Reviewed April 25, 2013

We spent a night at Hualapai Lodge before heading to the trailhead to descend into the canyon for a few nights. The Lodge provides free ear plugs at the check in desk because, allegedly, "the train runs every 15 minutes"--but we didn't hear it at all (we were on the street side of the lodge). The food was good and plentiful. The continental breakfast that came with the room was more than enough to take us part way down the trail. We didn't get a chance to try out the pool and spa, but they looked clean and weren't crowded.

Stayed: April 2013, traveled with friends
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