We planned our Grand Canyon trip just a few months before we went, so staying on the property of the national park was out of the question, since those hotels get booked over a year in advance. I went in search of the next best thing, and found this place on Trip Advisor.
This hotel is run by the same company that owns several (all?) of the hotels within the park, so they are deeply entrenched in the activities their customers are interested in. The location is very convenient, plus they are a stop on the bus line that goes directly into the park, so that is a big benefit.
As we worked out the details of our trip, we only needed to spend one night here, which is good, because this place is very expensive for what it is. We also wanted to check in early (only a couple of hours) so that we could get started on our exploration of the canyon. They obliged, but charged us an extra $20, which just felt like a money grab, since they clearly had a room available.
When we arrived in our room we were quite pleased. We were on the first floor, which has exceptionally high ceilings, which made the room seem bigger than it really was. While not spacious, the room was very nice and comfortable, with granite countertops on the furniture and in the bathroom. It also had a nice little kitchenette type of area, although it was oddly placed right next to one of the beds.
To be honest, we were at this hotel less than 24 hours so I don’t have much more than this to offer. Nice, convenient, but expensive. If you are OK with the cost, it could be a good choice for you.