Grand Canyon National Park, founded in 1919, is one of the oldest national parks in the United States and is home to the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon, a 1-mile deep gorge carved by the Colorado River.
Long considered one of the natural wonders of the world, visitors flock to see this unique combination of geological color and erosional forms. With Grand Canyon National Park Lodges providing the premier in-park lodging at the South Rim with iconic lodges like El Tovar and Bright Angel Lodge, you’ll find everything you need to plan and enjoy your visit to the Grand Canyon.
When you stay at Grand Canyon National Park Lodges, you’re not just close – you’re there!
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Right on the Rim
Find your Grand Canyon hotel right in the park, right on the rim. Since the early 20th century, guests have come to the fabled canyon to stay and enjoy the most sublime of all earthly scenes. You can stay at El Tovar, Bright Angel Lodge, Kachina Lodge, Thunderbird Lodge and Maswik Lodge, all located close to the canyon edge. Or, venture to Phantom Ranch at the bottom of the canyon.
Dine at the Canyon
Classic dining rooms in one of the most unique settings in the world. Sustainably-sourced, local Arizona fare with a Southwest twist. Enjoy great cuisine while at the Grand Canyon.
Enjoy the Canyon with
Shopping, Tours & Activities
The Grand Canyon is a year-round destination and there’s always great things to do to make your trip as memorable as possible. From taking the Grand Canyon Railway to riding the world-famous mules or a motorcoach tour to the most scenic vistas and sights. Plus, you can shop for souvenirs in historic venues like Hopi House, Lookout Studio and Hermit’s Rest, all designed by famed architect Mary J. Colter in the early 1900s.
Get ready for the ride of a lifetime to the most awe-inspiring place on earth.
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