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Reviewed 10 August 2012

I rented my cabin "western cabin" in January for an August stay. My cabin was not a 'rim view' but I could see the rim and was very close to the main lodge building!! The log cabin (unit 308) had a ceiling that followed the roofline; two comfy queen beds, a bathroom and dressing area. The bathroom is very small - the door barely cleared the toilet - but all fixtures functioned just fine. The staff in the park is outstanding - from check in to dining, to bar, to store employees, to gas station attendant, to porters/bellhop. In a word - perfection. I saw the other cabins that appeared smaller, yet still cute, but cannot rate them; they are further away from the lodge. There's also a motel, still further away.

Room Tip: Book ASAP and make sure the type of accomodation you are getting is what you expect (cabin, western cabin, motel, etc.)
  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with friends
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4  Thank liket2travel
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Reviewed 10 August 2012

We loved the rustic feel of the cabins, but the comfy beds, fireplaces and roominess felt much more upscale. The lodge is beautiful and the meals were great. It felt like the waitstaff was understaffed and they were running constantly, but had great attitudes and really tried to make us happy. There is no beating the view from the lodge. The trails around it provide for great vistas and picture taking. We had one problem with a toilet that was fixed before we could even get back to our room. Wonderful experience.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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3  Thank lesroccario
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Reviewed 8 August 2012

We stayed one night on the North Rim pretty much by chance: a cabin was available for one night and it was sort of on the way to Zion. We originally had a Frontier cabin, but I checked online just before the cancellation window ended (72hrs prior to check-in) and bagged a Western cabin with a rim view.

Like others have said, the Western cabins are pretty spacious. Cabin came equipped with a propane heater and propane logs in the fireplace. The logs are conveniently on a timer, so no worries about leaving them on all night. Though their website didn't mention it, the Western cabins do have refrigerators. They're pretty small (less than 2 cu ft) but they do the job.

Some rim views are better than others. We were surprised to have a choice at check-in: 305, 309, 310 or 320. We took 310 since it's balcony faces the rim. What it lacked in closeness it made up for in breadth. Also nice to sit outside and not have a view of somebody else's cabin. 305 and 309 are right on the rim, but sideways to it so the view is pretty narrow. Check the photos for a property map to see where the cabins are.

Room Tip: Cabins 301, 305, 306 and 309 are right on the rim. 301 and 306 face into the canyon and looked like they had the best views.
  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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8  Thank NoVA_Alex
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Reviewed 8 August 2012

After a long drive from the south rim to the north rim we arrived at the Grand Canyon Lodge to find a lovely setting. It was set right on the edge of the Grand Canyon with incredible views over the Canyon and after the sun had set, you could see all the way to the south rim. There was a main restaurant but it was also possible to have supper overlooking the view which I would really recommend. The lodges were very pleasant in a peaceful surrounding and had everything that we needed. We were a family of 5 staying in one cabin and it was a bit tight with two double beds and a camp bed but we didn't spend much time in the room so it didn't really bother us. All the loges had little porches with rocking chairs that you could enjoy the views on. The front desk were very helpful in organising a walk down the canyon for us and giving us information about the area. I would recommend staying at the lodges as it is a great experience, but don't make the same mistake that we did...the north rim is a good 4 hour drive from the south rim through the desert but there is great scenery along the way.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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3  Thank muppet2487
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Reviewed 7 August 2012

This was our 3rd trip to the Canyon in a year, and the first time without sleeping in a tent, so I thought our cabin was luxurious! It was actually a little strange to spend a weekend at the Canyon relaxing in chairs on the Lodge patio overlooking that spectacular view, watching as the light changed and thunderstorms rolled in, instead of walking miles with a pack. The Lodge is a great place to relax and take it all in. There is a coffee bar by morning/saloon by night, a deli that serves pizza and sandwiches and the main lodge restaurant. You really aren't there for the food, and the restaurant seemed to struggle with the volume of customers - our food was overcooked and friends at nearby tables had the same experience. That said, I'd suggest ordering the less expensive items on the menu and enjoy the view. Our cabin was clean and plenty of room for 3. The first night it rained and we used the propane fireplace, which was lovely. We did have a mouse that got into the food bag as soon as we turned the lights out, but we moved the food to the high closet shelf and had no problems after that. I really can't complain about not having air conditioning at the Grand Canyon - it was a good 25 degrees cooler than it would have been at home and having the windows open was not a problem. We were right next to the visitor's center and parking lot and noise was not an issue for us. The staff was all around friendly and helpful and we really enjoyed our "luxurious" stay at the Canyon.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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