Lodging at the Grand Canyon North Rim

The Grand Canyon Lodge

The historic Grand Canyon Lodge is located on the Grand Canyon North Rim at Bright Angel Point. This is the only formal lodging available inside the North Rim. The accommodations at the lodge provide many of the amenities you will find at other fine lodging locations outside of the park. The Lodge features Frontier Cabins and Motel type rooms that are located within walking distance of the canyon’s North Rim.

The Western Cabins
The Western Cabins

The Western Cabins can easily sleep four guests and some of the cabins are ADA accessible. The rooms have a full bath and rollaway beds and cribs are allowed. The Western Cabins have both Standard and Rim View rooms available that are currently around $180 per night.

The Pioneer Cabins
The Pioneer Cabins

The Pioneer Cabins are two bedroom cabins with a three-quarter bath with only a shower available. The cabin has a small refrigerator and in-room coffee in one room and a bunk-bed and double pull out sleeper in the other. The cabin can easily sleep six people and rollaway beds are not allowed. The Pioneer Cabins offer both Standard View and Rim Side rooms that currently go for around $160 per night.

The Frontier Cabins
The Frontier Cabins

The Frontier Cabins at the Grand Canyon Lodge sleep three people and contain one double bed and a single bed. The cabin has a shower only with a three-quarter bath. There are two cabins available that are ADA accessible. All of these cabins are available with a standard view and go for about $120 per night.

The Motel Rooms
The Motel Rooms

The Motel Rooms at the Grand Canyon Lodge offer one queen sized bed and a single bathroom. You may have up to 3 people in the room if you add a rollaway bed and extra charges apply. The rooms are all standard view and go for around $115 per night.

Grand Canyon Lodge
North Rim Reservations
877-386-4383
Grand Canyon National Park
North Rim Arizona 86052

Other Lodging near the Grand Canyon North Rim

 

The Kaibab Lodge
The Kaibab Lodge

The Kaibab Lodge is located five miles north of the Grand Canyon National Park’s North Rim. The Lodge features rustic cabins with basic amenities such as a private bathroom with a shower, toilet and sink and the lodge does allow pets in some rooms (please call ahead for information). There are ADA accessible rooms available and the rooms do not have TV or telephones however the main lodge does offer satellite TV that is available to guests. The cost of the cabins range from $85 (2 people) to $175 per night (May – November Rates) plus the current 6.7 % tax. For reservations call 928-638-2389

The Jacob Lake Inn
The Jacob Lake Inn

The Jacob Lake Inn is located approximately 45 miles from the Grand Canyon’s North Rim at the intersection of Highway 89A and Highway 67 and is open year-round. The Inn offers both Cabin and Hotel style rooms. The hotel rooms offer showers, heating and air conditioning in all rooms and some units have cable TV, phones and internet access. The price of the hotel rooms run from about $110 for the basic room up to $133 for a hotel room with TV, phone and Internet. The Cabins are not available with TV, phones or internet access although all have a shower, bed, heater and deck. The cabins range from two occupants to family size units and ADA accessible cabins are available. The current cost of the cabins run from about $85 up to $135 per night.

(928) 643-7232
jacob@jacoblake.com
HWY 89A & AZ-67 Jacob Lake, AZ 86022
http://www.jacoblake.com

More Destinations and Activities
at the North Rim

Free Activities at the Grand Canyon North Rim
Camping at the Grand Canyon North Rim
Hiking Trails on the Grand Canyon North Rim

 

 

 


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