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Stayed one night, last minute reservation on line 2 days prior. Frontier Cabin #41, one room with double and twin and bath/shower. Original lob cabins but great windows and ceiling fan for ventilation on occasion warmer summer days. Nice clean bedding and plenty of towels....More
The Grand Canyon speaks for it's self,
We stayed in a Pioneer rim-side cabin, They are quite small, with no TV's but you don't come here to watch TV. The cabin was very clean and get's the job done. There was a bit of a...More
This is our second visit to the North Rim. Of course you can't beat the views! We stayed in a cabin, they're two units with a common wall (like a duplex). They are small, and the bathrooms are tiny. Probably the worst thing is the...More
Getting to stay so close to the North Rim was an amazing privilege. We (2 adults and a 9 year old) stayed in a frontier cabin. It is rustic and you can hear your neighbors talk. But it was right at the North Rim! And...More
great views, rooms are nice, no tv in the rooms, and no wifi.
the service is good, and the onsite restaurant is very good.
the parking is very crowded due to the visitors center which is located near by. , so my advice in the...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.