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Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim
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Reviewed 22 July 2012

We recently stayed at the Grand Canyon Lodge North Rim with our extended family for two nights. We stayed in one of the cabins with a double bed in it and a twin. The room also attached to another same room, which is nice for families. The beds were super comfortable and even without air-conditioning the cabins were quite cool especially in the evenings. The bathroom was very small but all you need really.

We visited all three spots to eat and drink in the area. The restaurant was very pleasant however the food was on the expensive side and the taste was more like cruise ship quality. I did not care for the main lodge restaurant.
We stopped by the deli one night for sandwiches to go for our long hike the next day. You can buy premade or get one made to your liking. Our turkey and cheese on wheat was delicious especially after our long workout.
Our favorite spot was the saloon, where you can get a cold beer or cocktail in the evenings and in the morning starting at 5:30am coffee, tea, muffins and fresh cinnamon buns.

I would definitely recommend the North Rim Lodge, great for families and so beautiful. We did the hike to and from Roaring Springs, which is beautiful and strenuous on the way back. The view from the lodge is spectacular, a great place to reflect and relax.

** We went for the 4th of July; the water fight was so much fun for all!

** Although the Wifi is free, it doesn't really work that great.

Room Tip: Try for a canyon view cabin!
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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2  Thank Meredith S
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Reviewed 21 July 2012

Nice experience. We stayed in a cabin and loved it. Not as big as I hoped for (average hotel room size with 2 double bed), but was good enough. So close to the north rim!

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Ray H
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Reviewed 20 July 2012

Maybe because this is the only lodging option?? Just to compare, during our summer we also stayed at the Roosevelt Lodge Cabins in Yellowstone. At GC--room was $180 a night, Yellowstone was $80. The difference was a bathroom in the cabin. I'm sorry, but I would rather go to a bathhouse for $100 less a night--if you are going for rustic. On the plus side, the lodge was centrally located and we enjoyed our stay, but I couldn't give this one a 4/5 star.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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Thank FredHarveyB
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Reviewed 19 July 2012

I will try to restrict my comments to the lodging experience itself, as the two rims offer different experiences depending on what you are looking for. My wife and I spent 3 nights in a frontier cabin at tthe North Rim Lodge. The cabin, while rustic and charming, was very small and lacking some very basic creature comforts. For one, there was no porch or any facility for just sitting outside. In a cabin as small as these, you need some extra space so you don't feel confined. Without this feature, the only option was to either go to the main lodge, or stay inside. There was a double bed and a single. The design of the cabin would not allow a queen sized bed to fit, even if the single were removed. It was a tight fit for two, let alone three. Also, there was no ceiling fan. With temps getting down into the 60's and even 50's and no breeze, it was hard to get the cabin cool at night with just the windows wide open. A ceiling fan would have been perfect. With the windows and curtains wide open to get air into the cabin, there was also very little privacy. There are other cabins and common walkways very close by and early morning noises were very disturbing as other guests passed by rolling luggage or speaking. The cabins are also set up duplex style, and there is no sound insulation of any sort between the common walls with your neighbor. Use your imagination here; any sound a human can make will come through that common wall, loud and clear. The lodge itself is a typical lodgepole style building with stone patios facing the canyon, and is quite nice, and comfortable with big leather chairs inside for either canyon viewing or just relaxing. The dining options are a bit limited. The main dining room requires reservations for dinner, and entrees start at about $18, so dinner for two will run $50 or more depending on your drink, dessert, and appetizer choices. The food is good, but the chef tries to be too trendy and sometimes misses the mark. The breakfast buffet is a good value at $13.50 which also includes coffee. The Deli in The Pines is the more casual dining option, and I use the term "dining" very lossely here. The premade sandwiches here are horrible, so make sure you get one made to order if you go that route. The egg sandwiches for breakfast are barely passable, but the coffee is good, and they make a pretty good pizza which will feed three people. This is where you get soft drinks and ice cream as well. Lastly, there is The Saloon which has coffee and pastries in the morning and is the only choice if you are heading out early for a hike or trail ride. They also have a full service bar and snacks for sale to go with whatever you're drinking. The pioneer cabins are the prefered lodging options here, particularly ones with a canyon view. They are bigger, spread farther apart, and have porches. But with an upcharge of up to $50 per night, it gets pricey. I think that the south rim's Bright Angel Lodge (please read my review) is a better deal and offers much better value for individuals and families. I have not stayed there for five years, and don't know if they have changed anything since then, but when I go back to the Grand Canyon, I will stay there as opposed to the North Rim Lodge.

Room Tip: Book as many months in advance as possible and avoid the frontier cabins.
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank MRP01
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Reviewed 18 July 2012

Dining Room at lodge was good but overpriced for the amount and quality of food provided - but what choice do you have? View from dining room was incredible beyond words. Cabins were simple but comfortable and had a few maintenance issues with our cabin. Deli was nothing special and overpriced. Staff was eager to help but appeared to have very limited options with what they could do. All that said, there are no other choices at the north rim other than camping at the campground. Management at the lodge clearly understand this to be the case.

Room Tip: no pool. bring your hiking shoes and backpack. Clearly the draw for this location is to see the canyon. In this area you will not be disappointed. North Rim is spectacular.
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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Thank timf330
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