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Cameron Trading Post Grand Canyon Hotel
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Cameron
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Corona
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“very nice!”
Reviewed 13 April 2012

We stayed here on a whim as we drove from Arches NP to Grand Canyon NP. It was very clean, and accommodating. Better than Tuba City, I would stay again if i were in the area. Good price for the room (AAA discount also). Friendly staff and good restaurant. We did not have the Navajo Tacos, but the roast beef was fantastic! If you have time, visit Wupatki NM. It was a great little side trip full of history!-and dont miss the blowhole!!!

  • Stayed March 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 10 April 2012

The food is a bit pricey but they give you a TON of food. WIFI worked good, and it is a GREAT spot if you are leaving the Grand Canyon later in the day or are coming from the North and want to come in to the Grand Canyon the next morning. Tusayan is overpriced and I found this to be enjoyable and a good value.

  • Stayed April 2012, travelled with family
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Nanyang, China
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Reviewed 5 April 2012

The rooms are nicely decorated and clean, comfortable beds, good views of the surrounding landscape from the second and third floors. Would definitely make this a stopover when heading towards the Grand Canyon. Flagstaff is not too far of a drive from Cameron, but the hotel in Cameron is nicer. The gift shop is expensive, but it has everything a person could want for southwest themed gifts, also has basic needs for travelers like tooth brushes and toothpaste, even dog food which we were grateful to get since we had our little dog with us and hadn't planned on stopping for the night. The restaurant is like an old time restaurant, basic staples like french fries, "Navajo" bread, chili, enchiladas, and hamburgers. Not really many options for vegetarians/vegans.

The Little Colorado River flows next to the hotel, down in the canyon. We don't know if it is permitted to go hiking down in the canyon, but we found a hole in the fence and climbed down, it was a beautiful hike along the riverbed, but be careful in the Spring and summer because it could flood and there are not very many ways out of the canyon. While hiking, we eventually scrambled up some rocks to reach the mesa, and met up with some questionable people burning things... like couches, refrigerators, and mattresses (kinda strange because there were no vehicles to bring the objects out there, just some weirdos wandering around in the middle of nowhere burning furniture). Be careful, would suggest a group of 4 people at least to go exploring.

  • Stayed February 2012, travelled as a couple
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Washington DC, District of Columbia
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Reviewed 5 April 2012

Our room was very clean and appeared newly decorated and had a strong Indian theme (carved wood bedheads, chairs and bureau) and Kokopelli-like metal figurine lamps etc. The motel is attached to a store which was fun to wander about in and see and buy nik-nax, jewelry, blankets etc, and had a "grocery" store section with some useful items. The real surprise was the restaurant in the back which had an American menu with huge portions, but some other dishes like Navajo Stew which was awesome (very tender beef, local vegetables and a terrific broth) and was served with Navajo bread (big puffy fried thing!) with honey. The ceiling is unpainted stamped tin and truly worth a good stare -- on the walls hang blankets and other Indian things on the fireplace mantle so the atmosphere is good as was the service by very pleasant staff. I think this restaurant is on the Navaho reservation so there is no liquor served (nor beer and wine) so we made do with tea and hot chocolate. There are some good views down the Little Colorado River and across the reservation lands. The store had some cool items like alabaster carvings and Navaho tea and copper costume jewelry if you are into treating yourself with such items. ;-)

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  • Stayed April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 April 2012

Our stay was wonderful. The room was well-maintained and comfortable with wonderful Southwest decor. The garden is special and would be a great oasis in the summer heat. Dining sevice was pleasant and efficient with tasty food. The gift shop is also great with both fun, junky stuff and real deal crafts and rugs, especially the rugs. I had eaten and shopped there several times before but had never stayed here before. It was the best lodging of our Southwest trip.
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  • Stayed March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Additional Information about Cameron Trading Post Grand Canyon Hotel

Property: Cameron Trading Post Grand Canyon Hotel
Address: US Highway 89, 54 Miles North of Flagstaff, Cameron, AZ 86020
Region: United States > Arizona > Cameron
Amenities:
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Restaurant
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Cameron
Price range (per night): ₹ 3,789 - ₹ 11,494
Hotel Class:2 star — Cameron Trading Post Grand Canyon Hotel 2*
Number of rooms: 66
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Accommodations range from motel rooms to RV hookups, located on the Navajo Reservation. ... more   less 
Also Known As:
Cameron Trading Post

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