Grand Canyon

May 23, 2019 - May 24, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

The Grand Canyon is one of the United States’ most beautiful natural sites. Located in Arizona, the Canyon’s rocky outcropping and distant Colorado River snaking through the cliffs are enough to wow nearly every visitor.

Finding a hotel around the Grand Canyon can be tough for some reasons. First, the Canyon itself is quite remote and is surrounded by national parks, Native American reservations, and wilderness. Second, the sparse clump of hotels near the Grand Canyon have low capacity and are often sold out. Finally, it can be tough to find a hotel that has the amenities you’re looking for around the Grand Canyon.

What Kinds Of Hotels Are There Near The Grand Canyon?

The hotels around the Grand Canyon are better described as lodges, bed and breakfasts, or campsites. If you’re willing to go as far south as the Grand Canyon National Park Airport, you’ll be able to find a couple of small chain hotels.

Most of the hotels in the area are near the roadside, with easy access to the Grand Canyon National Park where the canyon itself is located.

What Should I Expect From My Hotel?

In general, hotels around the Grand Canyon are expensive and don’t offer many amenities. You won’t be able to find boutique or luxury hotels in this area, and the cap on some amenities that you can find is quite low.

If you’re looking for the standard set of amenities and the chance of a pool, the few chain hotels are the best bet. The hotels around Grand Canyon Village may have a few amenities, but on the whole expect rooms to be sparse, often sold out, and come with parking.

How Expensive Are The Hotels Around The Grand Canyon?

Most of the hotels around the Grand Canyon are upwards of $175 as of 2017. The campgrounds and RV parks cost less but aren’t hotels in the traditional sense. Expect a standard hotel room to go for as high as $400, depending on the season.

The heat of the summer drives prices down slightly, although rooms will still be expensive.

How Can I Get To My Hotel?

Most hotels are accessible via Arizona’s Route 64. Route 64 has a few hotels on the route itself, and buds off into Entrance Rd, where you’ll enter the Grand Canyon Village area. In the village area, you’ll find the other cluster of hotels and campsites.

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What are travelers saying about Grand Canyon?

9.8
Outdoor Enthusiasts
9.2
Adventure Travelers
7.5
Backpackers
7.4
Family Travelers
5.5
History Buffs
Member reviews (495)
Liz Campeau
Liz CampeauLake Odessa, Michigan, USA
7/19/18

Grand Canyon has its name for a reason! I was not expecting it to be so amazing!

Deepak Lifecntstop
Deepak LifecntstopAbu Dhabi
5/26/18

Location Around 4-5 hours drive from the Las vegas main strip. It depends which side of the canyon you want to go. There are different sights for the place as its spread in a miles and miles. Experience WWWOOOOOOOWWWWWW this Is the first word you will say when you will.be at this place its just wow marvelous creativity of the nature, you just get lost in its beauty and the exceptional carving of the nature. There are many spots to click picture so choose whichever is the best for u. Be careful because not all the place have the safety barriers, which is good also so u an have better view but keep always the safety first in your mind. She you are done with the picture session, just sit and observe the place even for 5 minutes but do it, you will find yourself closer to the nature ever. Service We were at the north rim so there was a observatory and a sovinier shoot there so u can buy sone stuff to keep as a memory. There was no restaurant anything like that around just keep water with u as you are going to walk around a bit which is worth doing. There is no entrance fee for this place. Other then if you are planning to do the skywalk which I guess is at the south rim. Hope this will be helpful for you.

Patricia Black
Patricia BlackClayton, North Carolina, USA
5/22/18

Beautiful. Breathtaking. A must see if you are in the area. Great for everyone, no matter the age.

Nelson Y.
Nelson Y.San Diego
11/4/17

Breathtaking. One of the most amazing natural formations you have to see to believe.

FAQs

The least expensive month is December, with an average of $117 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Grand Canyon is April, with an average price of $247 per night.
The average price of a hotel in May last year was $189 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In Grand Canyon, the expected average temperature in May is 20.6°C/69.1°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 36.4°C/97.5°F. The coolest month is December, with temperatures averaging -2.1°C/28.2°F.
The nearest airport to Grand Canyon is Grand Canyon National Park (GCN) (4.54 miles).

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