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We stayed here after a grueling hike down South Kaibab and it was a welcome site for sore feet!
There is a cool stream where you can soak your feet and cool off after having hiking. They have snacks and drinks to refresh you if...More
We stayed at Phantom ranch one night after descending Bright Angel trail on mules and before ascending Kaibob. What can one say? We stayed in a cabin with bunk beds and a miniscule toilet room, with a miniscule sink, across from a potable water spigot...More
Very comfortable accommodations, though the running water wasn't working due to work on the line above in the canyon. The workers made sure we had enough drinking water though and there were buckets to flush your toilet with. No showers because of this but we...More
We started the reservation process more than a year in advance, and were persistent until we booked a canceled cabin. I am so glad we booked a cabin, as sleeping in a dorm with nine other strangers would not have been as enjoyable. We booked...More
We booked the hikers stew evening meal at Phantom Ranch on Rim to Rim hike. Stayed at Bright Angel campground , not at ranch, for one night.
The meal was excellent. Delicious stew, cornbread, salad, and then yummy chocolate cake. Lots of food. Staff very...More
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US$49 - US$138 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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What Dean L says is correct! The cabin has full linens and they are more than adequate to keep you warm. We were there at Thanksgiving and it was down in the 20s at night but we never got cold in bed. The main shower... More
What Dean L says is correct! The cabin has full linens and they are more than adequate to keep you warm. We were there at Thanksgiving and it was down in the 20s at night but we never got cold in bed. The main shower building has towels but I would recommend bringing your own bar soap and shampoo.