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End of Highway 67, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86052
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#8 of 13 Speciality lodging in Grand Canyon National Park
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The more remote North Rim offers up its beauty and solitude to those willing to make a little longer trek to cooler temperatures and greener vegetation of the Grand Canyon's less visited rim. Time means little here in this Nirvana for nature lovers…abundant forest beauty and wrap-around scenic splendor as sheer walls hold in the Colorado River a mile below. The only developed lodging within the National Park’s North Rim boundaries this historic treasure has cabins and lodging tucked into the trees and dotting the canyon edge. The historic dining room with wall to ceiling windows gives diners the unique opportunity to take in the Canyon's views and tasteful regional and sustainable delights for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Reservations are recommended. For guests seeking a unique remembrance of their visit to this special place, there is a gift store and convenience store located at the North Rim. Authentic Native American handcrafts, jewelry and merchandise that is U.S.A. made by local and regional artists provide an array of gift items for guests to the Grand Canyon. Smell the pines, listen to the fluttering leaves of quaking aspen, and keep an eye out for a California condor, the largest bird in North America. The North Rim of the Grand Canyon is only open from mid May to mid October.
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Free parking
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Breakfast buffet
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LovemyAcura🌵 wrote a review 14 Oct
Phoenix11659 contributions235 helpful votes
I have been here several times over the years. There isn't as much to do here as on the south rim but has its own areas of tranquility that I enjoy. I love to sit on the terrace of the lodge, relax and enjoy the views. The viewpoints aren't as easy to reach as they are on the south rim. There is one walk from the lodge that is paved, Bright Angel Point. Know that it is downhill to the overlook but an incline back to the lodge - saw several huffing and puffing and stopping for a short rest. If you are lucky enough to secure a reservation at their reservation, be sure and request a table by the window. Good views into the canyon. As with all federal buildings, a mask is currently required when you go inside.
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Date of stay: October 2021
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Kristy B wrote a review 8 Oct
St. George, Utah1 contribution
We stayed in the frontier cabin. They are not updated. You can hear EVERYTHING on the other side of the wall. There are mice, woke us up in the middle of the night trying to get into our sack of food. We paid $200+ for this room, not worth $125.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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AirplaneJoey wrote a review 4 Oct
Carmel, New York274 contributions156 helpful votes
Disclaimer: The 2021 season for the north rim is almost over, so some aspects of our stay may not apply in 2022. But, here it goes: we are glad we came here once but probably wouldn't return. We had no complaints about our room itself (western cabin), save for one thing: the partial rim view that we paid extra for. Our room looked at, well, trees, with the tiniest view of the wall of a side canyon. I would call this nothing but an additional money grab of an already expensive stay. The much coveted full rim view cabins are next to impossible to get, and even they seem to have views obstructed by trees. In fact, one of them is awkwardly situated right next to the lodge's shared porch where you can get the same view for free. All of the western cabins have great private porches with rockers. The main lodge has no rooms; it just houses the dining and public areas, and sunset on the porch in an Adirondack chair sipping a cocktail is truly an experience to savor (and you don't need to be staying here to enjoy this). The 2021 dining situation is truly a disaster. We were sat for our reservation 30 minutes late, and had to wait forever for mediocre overpriced food, some of which had to be sent back because it was cold. Worse, checking in for dinner was beyond chaotic, with people crowding around in multiple lines, ordering takeout, and bribing the maitre'd (who had no organizational skills) to get a table. Worse, breakfast at the deli (the only option) was extremely overpriced, had barely edible burritos, and was missing common breakfast staples (like yogurt). I understand the challenges in the hospitality industry with COVID, but it could be handled so much better (in fact it IS handled better by their sister property at Bryce Canyon). Nonetheless, it is a once in a lifetime experience; you can't experience this kind of majestic scenery and historical ambiance just anywhere, so I would still recommend a stay here, especially after dining facilities are back in full operation. For us, we will try the Kaibab Lodge next time, which looked mighty inviting from the road into the park, and come here for sunset and drinks.
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Date of stay: September 2021
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Happytraveler655 wrote a review 1 Oct
Houston, Texas25 contributions10 helpful votes
Online reservations opened this morning. Even though bookings were only offered for the month of June 2022, their reservation system was totally overwhelmed - again - and no June 2022 reservations can be processed until an unknown date in the future. I have loved Grand Canyon Lodge for many years, but can say nothing positive about the concessionaire, only the history and location. WHY does the National Park Service keep extending the Forever Resorts contract ?? I was just there in September 2021 and can testify to the sad condition of the cabins & lodge as well.
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Date of stay: September 2021
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Room Tip: Western cabins have porches with rocking chairs. The other cabin styles are cramped and poorly...
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Karwendel52 wrote a review Sep 2021
Crestview, Florida231 contributions51 helpful votes
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This Lodge's services are contracted to "Forever Resorts." This concessionaire is doing a great job. We ate dinner here twice while camping in the North Rim Campground. The food and the service were excellent. "Fry bread" is an interesting and delicious dessert. We also had an excellent banana bread pudding. The concessionaire prepares all of the food on site. We were surprised that T-Mobile service was actually quite good at the Lodge. We watched an award ceremony in Jacksonville, Florida via ZOOM for one of our sons-in-law, at our daughter's invitation, with no problems in streaming the video. Our T-Mobile service was very strong at our North Rim campsite which was site # 12. We were able to make calls, text, and upload and download videos and photos. And best for last: Fantastic views of the Grand Canyon and particularly the Bright Angel Fault from the veranda at the Lodge, and similarly impressive views from Bright Angel Point which is very close to the Lodge.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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US$204 - US$362 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesArizonaGrand Canyon National Park
NUMBER OF ROOMS
219
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Frequently Asked Questions about Grand Canyon North Rim Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Grand Canyon North Rim Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Grand Canyon North Rim (0.05 km) and Roosevelt Point (7.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Grand Canyon North Rim Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and breakfast buffet.
What food & drink options are available at Grand Canyon North Rim Lodge?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Grand Canyon North Rim Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Grand Canyon North Rim Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Grand Canyon Lodge Dining Room, North Rim Country Store, and Kaibab Lodge.
Does Grand Canyon North Rim Lodge have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.