Grand Canyon Lodging and Hotels

The Grand Canyon has a wide variety of hotels to choose from, and this website has all the information you need to plan your Grand Canyon Vacation.  From the 5 star El Tovar to the more pocket book friendly Maswick lodge, there are several lodging options in the park.  The majority of the hotels are located at the South Rim in Grand Canyon Village.  There are also several options in Tusayan, AZ only a few miles from the Park.  The North Rim only has one main lodge with several cabins in the Park, and than there is Phantom Ranch, a small lodge located at the bottom of the Grand Canyon National Park.  Other Grand Canyon area hotels are located outside of the Park, but many of these are only a short drive to the Canyon especially the hotels in Tusayan.  Once your set up at your hotel, it's time to explore the Canyon on a guided tour, leisurely hike, or rafting adventure

Grand Canyon Hotels

The hub of Grand Canyon National Park the South Rim is the place to be.  There are several hotels to choose from, some of which are on the rim of the Grand Canyon.  Right outside the park is Tusayan, where there are several other hotels and restaurants. Learn more about Grand Canyon South Rim

The North feels a bit more like a park.  Although it is a seasonal destination, there's a lodge on the rim of the canyon and a few restaurants and shops. The North Rim also has amazing vistas and a lot less traffic than its southern neighbor. Learn more about Grand Canyon North Rim

Located in the Grand Canyon on the Hualapai Reservation, Grand Canyon West is home to the Grand Canyon Skywalk and increasingly popular attraction.  There is only one lodging option on the West Rim consisting of cabins near the Grand Canyon Skywalk. Learn more about Grand Canyon West Rim

The East Rim or Marble Canyon is located on the eastern boundary of Grand Canyon National Park.  There are three small lodges here and each of them has their own restaurant. This is a great stop en route to the North Rim and the best lodging option for people who are departing on a Grand Canyon rafting trip from Lee's Ferry. Learn more about Grand Canyon East Rim