On arrival, the entire town Tusayan was without electricity. Backup generators allowed hotel staff to complete checkin in a seamless fashion. Box lunches were available for those wishing something to eat for the evening (power was not expected to be restored for 4-6 hours, somewhere between 8:30 to 10:30 P.M.). The staff was outstanding in every regard. My wife was very happy with the quality of her night's sleep--happy wife, happy life. We would definitely stay again if we ever return to the Grand Canyon.
Mike from Sonoma County, CA
Located within two miles of the south entrance to Grand Canyon National Park in the town of Tusayan, this hotel is within …More
Enjoyed the stay at this hotel in off season (winter) to visit the Grand Canyon. Stayed in ground floor room with double queen beds. Reasonably priced in off-season. There were very few guests during the off season - made the hotel very cozy. The facilities were clean and in great condition. Lots of renovation taking place during our stay - shows that they want to continue to improve facilities. The in-hotel restaurant was decent and fairly priced (for the area at least ... don't expect a cheap budget) - which was a plus, since there are very, very few good food options in the area - and all the food in town is exceptionally overpriced. The restaurant staff was kind and helpful. Hotel staff gave help when needed, but were not going to go out of their way to help and welcome their guests.
Josh from Nashville, TN
Located on US Highway 64 in the town of Tusayan, this three-story hotel is adjacent to an IMAX Theater and 1 mile from the …More