This is among the most iconic of all national-park lodges and a good bet for those looking for solitude when they visit the Grand Canyon. The main lodge, clad in local limestone and timber, sits at Bright Angel Point on the isolated North Rim, a mere 12 miles from the busier South Rim as the crow flies—or 200 miles by car—but a world away. Clustered around the lodge are cabins graded as Western (with two queen beds and a private front porch), Pioneer (with two bedrooms and space for 6), and Frontier (one double and one single, with showers only) as well as annexes containing nondescript rooms with a single queen bed that wouldn't be out of place at a roadside motor inn. Best views are in the rim-side Pioneer cabins; they’re $10 extra, but its money well spent.
Grand Canyon National Park
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Grand Canyon Lodge
At North Rim, 214 miles north of South Rim on Hwy 67
Our Rating Neighborhood Outside The Park Phone 877/386-4383 (reservations), 928/638-2611 (main switchboard), 877/386-4383 Prices $129 Frontier Cabin; $124 double room; $173–$183 Pioneer Cabin; $182 Western Cabin; $187 Rim Cabin Amenities 3 restaurants; bar Units 218 units Web site Grand Canyon Lodge
MapAt North Rim, 214 miles north of South Rim on Hwy 67 Grand Canyon National Park
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