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We stayed in one of the Rustic Cabins. It had 1 full bed, 1 twin, a desk with a clock, lamp and a small bathroom/shower stocked with shampoo/conditioner/soap/lotion. We stayed here to do our R2R in a day. We were creative with the ice and...More
The lodge is beautiful and architecturally blends into the canyon layers. The cabins are comfortable and have basic amenities. The architect of the log cabins and rock construction also are impressive with large logs and rocks. The restruant food was resonable in price and very...More
Food is good and fair priced. The views are spectacular. The Staff is good and somewhere else international/national. Good drinks but no significant bar to speak of. But there is great seating, with great views, both indoors and out once you get a drink.
First I want to say that this overnight stay was simply breath taking. From the drive up, to the overlook at the lodge, to the quiet Pioneer cabin to an awesome breakfast. Everything was simply outstanding.
The front desk staff was nice, pleasant and very...More
Stayed in a western cabin with partial view. Cabin was nice, clean, quiet. Very close to the rim and bright angel path. The lodge lobby has huge windows looking out over the canyon. You can also sit on the porch looking out. We didn't eat...More
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No. Pets, except for service dogs only (no emotional support animals), are not allowed in any lodging facilities at the North Rim. The definition of a service dog is quite specific. There are no kennel services at the North... More
No. Pets, except for service dogs only (no emotional support animals), are not allowed in any lodging facilities at the North Rim. The definition of a service dog is quite specific. There are no kennel services at the North Rim.