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Top Grand Canyon Village Historic Hotels

Bright Angel Lodge - Inside the Park
3 out of 5
9 Village Loop Drive, Grand Canyon Village, Grand Canyon, AZ
The price is $124 per night from Oct 30 to Oct 31
4.4/5Excellent! (469 reviews)

"I loved that the cabin was so close to the Grand canyons rim."…"

Reviewed on Sep 20, 2020

Bright Angel Lodge - Inside the Park
Thunderbird Lodge - Inside the Park
2 out of 5
7 North Village Loop, Grand Canyon, AZ
The price is $179 per night from Oct 1 to Oct 2
4.3/5Excellent! (203 reviews)

"We will always stay within the park! It was an easy walk to the Red Route shuttle bus and cafeteria at Maswik. Our room was clean and the ice machine worked!"…"

Reviewed on Sep 29, 2020

Thunderbird Lodge - Inside the Park
Kachina Lodge - Inside the Park
2.5 out of 5
5 North Village Loop, Grand Canyon Village, Grand Canyon, AZ
The price is $258 per night from Oct 4 to Oct 5
4.2/5Very Good! (208 reviews)

"They did a great job managing during the pandemic. Can’t beat the location. If you are deciding amongst hotel options note they are all next to each other - no real differences except EL Tovar is a bit more fancy. Worth it to stay in the park and visit the market for snacks as there is a mini fridGe ..."…"

Reviewed on Sep 26, 2020

Kachina Lodge - Inside the Park

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Maswik Lodge - Inside the Park
2.5 out of 5
202 South Village Loop, Grand Canyon, AZ
The price is $152 per night from Oct 1 to Oct 2
4.1/5Very Good! (1,400 reviews)

"Was able to get ground floor . Was close to shuttle to do the red line."…"

Reviewed on Sep 29, 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 $113 per night from Oct 31 to Nov 1
4.1/5Very Good! (3,638 reviews)

"Warm and cozy , clean, staff very helpful, was close where we needed to go"…"

Reviewed on Sep 30, 2020

Yavapai Lodge - Inside the Park
El Tovar - Inside the Park
2.5 out of 5
Grand Canyon Village, Grand Canyon, AZ
The price is $270 per night from Oct 1 to Oct 2
4.1/5Very Good! (533 reviews)

"Excellent location, right on the south rim. Comfortable; good dinner & hot breakfast (during Covid-19). So convenient to walk up & down the rim, take shuttle, etc. Excellent prickly pear margarita in restaurant. Definitely a good place to stay."…"

Reviewed on Sep 29, 2020

El Tovar - Inside the Park
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Your Guide to Historic Hotels in Grand Canyon Village

Visiting new cities can be more than just going somewhere different on your stay out of town, it can also be about taking in the history and culture of an area. One of the best ways to get an idea of the culture of a region is to learn about its history. Exploring the region's museums or landmarks is a good start, but staying in a Grand Canyon Village historic hotel can carry you back to the past. Pack your luggage (no need for a time machine) as your Grand Canyon Village famous hotel awaits.

Something Old, Something New

As soon as you walk through your Grand Canyon Village hotel's lobby, you'll be transported back in time. With their Victorian-style Grand Canyon Village hotels and areas infused with a rich past, you'll love the look and feel of these truly unique accommodations. Although these accommodations may be older, they have many of the up-to-date amenities that help you take it easy on your vacation. You'll notice your room outfitted with a comfortable bed, and just about anything you'll want for a marvelous stay.

Once you've spent time appreciating the hotel's grounds, you can continue to take in this culturally-rich area by visiting the renowned landmarks and art museums. Of course, all this exploring will stimulate your appetite. Make sure to read the reviews and see the places other travelers to Grand Canyon Village think is merit going to. You can also ask your hotel's concierge so you can get recommendations where the popular areas to enjoy a cocktail or a meal in Grand Canyon Village are.

Your Grand Canyon Village Hotel Is Waiting

Grand Canyon Village has 16 vintage hotels that maintain the feel and look of another era. Some of these hotel rooms are where prominent politicians may have stayed. You are certain to reserve a room with all the in-room amenities and the characteristics you wish for. If you are wanting to stay in one of these vintage hotels, reserve soon, or you could miss out on a one-of-a kind accommodation.

Frequently asked questions

What should I expect on my historical trip to Grand Canyon Village?
You’re already probably planning a visit to sights of historical relevance during your trip to Grand Canyon Village. Why not make your visit more savory and check out some of the top-notch restaurants?
What's the best hotel in Grand Canyon Village to be near historical sites?
Based on our travel expertise, El Tovar - Inside the Park is a top historic hotel bookable on our site and it features satellite TV. Bright Angel Lodge is a short walk away. Other choices to soak up the local history include Bright Angel Lodge - Inside the Park and Yavapai Lodge - Inside the Park.
How many historically relevant hotels are there in Grand Canyon Village?
Grand Canyon Village is home to 9 hotel accommodations bookable on Expedia, including 6 hotels designated as historic or close to historic sites.
What are the must-see historical places and other sights in Grand Canyon Village?
Grand Canyon Village is notable for landmarks like Bright Angel Lodge, Phantom Ranch, and Hopi House. The hiking trails and sunsets highlight the natural beauty with places to discover including Grand Canyon Visitor Center, Grand Canyon National Park, and Hopi Point. Other popular sights include Yavapai Point and Mather Point.
What is a historic hotel like in Grand Canyon Village?
Guests who book a historic hotel can spend a night or two in a place that has an official historic designation. A castle, stately home, palace or even a pub, lodge, old police station, or skyscraper can be turned into a historic hotel provided that it’s of special interest. Traditional architecture and period features are typically found within the guestrooms or public spaces of historic hotels in Grand Canyon Village, giving a sense of history.
What is the difference between a historic hotel and a heritage hotel?
“Heritage hotel” is more common in Asia and Europe, while “historic hotel” is a term often used in the U.S. but overall the terms are quite similar. The architecture and actual building of historic hotels are generally the most important aspect. For a heritage hotel, mainly, it’s cultural value and how it influenced the community.
Do historic hotels in Grand Canyon Village have modern facilities?
Hotel interiors feature the modern conveniences and safety features you’ve come to expect, while every effort is made to preserve treasured traditions and historic facades. Private rooms with updated bathroom facilities, free WiFi, and the amenities found in any hotel will be available in a historic hotel. When you book a historic hotel in Grand Canyon Village, don’t worry that you’ll find a place that is rundown or uncomfortable.

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