Going to Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA
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- Yavapai Lodge1 Main St, South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023recommended Yavapai LodgeGreat location for this property. Right next to the Visitors center and walking distance to the El Tovar . They have a good cafeteria or just walk over to The El Tovar for lunch or dinner.Recommended for:Robin Vincent
Nice hotel style rooms with bathrooms in the rooms and not down the hall. A cafeteria right there for eating at and also within walking distance to The El Tovar which has great food at their restaurant. The Visitor Center is close and easy access to any of the viewpoints from here, or the edge of the canyon.
- Maswik Lodge1 Main St, PO Box 69910, Tusayan, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023
- Bright Angel Lodge and CabinsHighway 64, South Rim, Grand Canyon National Park, AZ 86023recommended Bright Angel Lodge and CabinsIf you're looking to stay right on the rim of the Grand Canyon, these historic national park cabins are a good bet for families. Wake up before down, and you can walk right out of your cabin to catch ... read moresunrise breaking over the canyon's wonderland of buttes. Rooms in the lodge are pretty bland, however, so make sure you get a cabin when making reservations (which you should do as far in advance as possible, especially during summer).Sara Benson
This lodge and cabins complex right on the South Rim also has a great family-friendly restaurant and a more adult steakhouse for dinner.
- Bright Angel TrailBright Angel Trail, United Statesrecommended Bright Angel TrailOne of the real great trails on mule or foot. Go down to Indian springs or phantom ranch. Like a journey back in time. Bring water and decent boots.Recommended for:
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- Grand Canyon National ParkCenter Loop Rdrecommended Grand Canyon National ParkThe Great Wall of China, Angkor Wat, and the Grand Canyon....these are on my short list of must-do travel destinations that actually live up to all of the hype. If you've only got a day, visit the ... read moreSouth Rim, leaving your car behind in Mather Village and taking the free park shuttle buses to viewpoints and hiking trails along the rim. For more offbeat adventures, go to the North Rim (accessible via Utah, nearby Zion & Bryce Canyon National Parks), which gets only 10% of the annual park visitors.Sara Benson
Are you planning on going to the South Rim or the North Rim? They're pretty much two separate trips, and people might be better able to give you recommendations if they know where you are going. Thanks!