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Maswik Lodge - Inside the Park
2.5 out of 5
202 South Village Loop, Grand Canyon, AZ
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4.2/5Excellent! (1,351 reviews)
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"We were moved to the Thunderbird lodge. It was just fine."…"

Reviewed on Nov 5, 2020

Maswik Lodge - Inside the Park
Yavapai Lodge - Inside the Park
2 out of 5
11 Yavapai Lodge Road, PO Box 159, Grand Canyon, AZ
The price is $151 per night from Mar 4 to Mar 5
4.1/5Very Good! (3,880 reviews)

"Worked out for us. Decent price at the time with easy access to park facilities."…"

Reviewed on Feb 26, 2021

Yavapai Lodge - Inside the Park
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3-star Hotels in Grand Canyon Village

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Cheap Hotels in Grand Canyon Village

Check out discount places to stay in Grand Canyon Village on Expedia.com and plan a vacation that fits your budget. Grand Canyon Village is a destination that travelers visit for its fantastic dining options and hiking trails. You can scroll through a wide offering of hotels and other types of accommodation offered at Expedia member prices to score the best deal for you. Guided by our site's helpful page filters, you can limit results by price per night, or by top amenities like free parking and free airport transportation. If you're hoping for reasonable options around local sights, such as Grand Canyon National Park or Hopi House, try out the location filters to narrow down your search. While you browse, click the heart button to keep track of your favorites so that it's easy to find them when you're ready to book.

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Planning Your Trip to Grand Canyon Village

Still choosing travel dates? Use these temperature and rainfall averages to get an idea of the best months to visit so you can maximize your time.

  • Hottest months: July, June, August, and September, with an average temperature of 83°F
  • Coldest months: January, December, February, and November, with an average temperature of 13°F
  • Rainiest months: August, July, January, and March, with an average rainfall of 1.89 inches
  • Driest months: June, May, April, and November, with an average rainfall of 0.69 inches

Sightseeing In and Around Grand Canyon Village

Grand Canyon Village draws tourists with its fantastic dining options and hiking trails, and offers plenty to see and do without spending a fortune. You can budget for the popular local attractions that are highest on your list, such as Grand Canyon National Park and Hopi House, and choose other low-cost activities to fill your itinerary. If you're looking to enjoy the area's natural beauty, you can get outdoors at Hopi Point, Mather Point, or Pima Point.

Grand Canyon Village is also notable for its:
  • Tours
  • Riverfront
  • Excursions

Getting Around Grand Canyon Village

To explore the surrounding area, ride one of the trains from Grand Canyon Village Station or Grand Canyon Depot. Grand Canyon Village may not have many public transit options to choose from so a rental car could be an economical alternative to see the area.

Frequently asked questions

What is Grand Canyon Village like for travelers on a budget?
Grand Canyon Village has cheap accommodation options and a variety of places to visit, making it a great vacation choice for budget-conscious travelers. In addition to its well-known attractions like Grand Canyon National Park and Bright Angel Lodge, this destination is home to Grand Canyon Visitor Center and Hopi Point, which you can enjoy while spending very little.
What's the best accommodation for a budget-friendly stay in Grand Canyon Village?
Based on reviews, Bright Angel Lodge - Inside the Park is a popular 3-star lodge for our travelers looking for an economical choice, and features free parking and 3 restaurants. Other good choices to stay on the cheap include Yavapai Lodge - Inside the Park and Maswik Lodge - Inside the Park.
When is the best time for a budget trip to Grand Canyon Village?
Weather will likely play an important role when you plan your trip to Grand Canyon Village, and keep in mind that cheaper options are usually available when the weather isn’t as good. The hottest months are usually July and June with an average temp of 62°F, while the coldest months are January and December with an average of 31°F. The snowiest months in Grand Canyon Village are December, March, November, and February, with each month seeing an average of 7 inches of snowfall.
What is there to see and do in Grand Canyon Village?
Grand Canyon Village draws tourists with its fantastic dining options and sunsets, and offers plenty to see and do without spending a fortune. You can budget for the popular local attractions that are highest on your list, such as Bright Angel Lodge and Grand Canyon Visitor Center, and choose other low-cost activities to fill your itinerary. Explore and snap photos of landmarks like Phantom Ranch and Hopi House, or pay a visit to Mary Jane Colter Buildings.
How can I get to Grand Canyon Village and get around on a budget?
Scoping out the transportation options in Grand Canyon Village can help keep you on budget. To see more of the larger area, hop aboard a train at Grand Canyon Railway. Grand Canyon Village might not have very many public transit options to choose from so a rental car could be an economical alternative to see more of the area.

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