Grand Canyon South Rim Lodging: the Fantasy and the Reality

Imagine sitting on a hotel balcony at Grand Canyon South Rim sipping your favorite beverage. Before you in all its glory gapes the one and only Grand Canyon! All this beauty is making you hungry, so you leave behind your lovely Grand Canyon view and adjourn to your room and cook a little something in […]

We need a place to stay overnight at the Grand Canyon – least expensive.

April 17, 2012 while visiting https://grandcanyon.com Visitor – We are in Mesa, Arizona and we want to drive to the Grand Cayon (leave early morning) and spend the night there to see as much as possible in two days – returning on day 2. We need a place to stay overnight – least expensive. Visitor […]

Grand Canyon Hotels: Which One’s the Newest?

Good morning, travelers. Today’s entry comes straight off our GrandCanyon.com chat line where a Grand Canyon vacation planner asked specifically about which Grand Canyon hotels were the newest. Grand Canyon lodging, particularly that of Grand Canyon South Rim, is grouped into two locations: Grand Canyon Park Village, which as the name suggests is inside the […]

Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim

The Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim offers you a view that can’t be beat. In the Sun Room, you can relax and look out over the Grand Canyon from a vantage point that the more discriminate traveler appreciates. Originally, built by Gilbert Stanley Underwood, Grand Canyon Lodge – North Rim overlooks the North Kaibab Trail and […]

Grand Canyon Lodging options at the South Rim

El Tovar - Grand Canyon Lodging

When you are looking for South Rim lodging, there are 6 historic Lodges to consider for your Grand Canyon lodging needs. The Grand Canyon lodges at the South Rim are currently operated by Xanterra Parks and Resorts, a concessioner of the National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park. The future concession contract will be completed within […]