This 1898 gem is just the place to acclimate yourself to civilization after an expedition in the Grand Canyon. The rooms, with one or two double beds or a single queen, are small and show some age, but the place is full of historic personality, from the antique safe in the lobby to the hand-carved 1870s bar in the Zane Grey Room, one of four places to get a drink here. The fact that there are a total of 48 beer tap handles on the premises probably gives you an idea—come here not for the peace and quiet, but for the nightlife that can be a little bit on the raucous side. There's also a good restaurant serving three meals daily in Charly's, but no Wi-Fi.