One can imagine all the thousands of families that have stayed in this old lodge since it was built. People , who like us, have enjoyed the amenity of staying within the National Park and being so close to all its wonders . Our room was probably a little better than we expected…
Stayed for two nights in the Yavapai Lodge which provided excellent accommodation very adjacent to the South Rim! Very functional facilities with no fuss or frills but very capable for providing fast food for what seemed an endless flow of tourists, does what it says on the tin!
We wanted the "inside the park" experience. We booked this lodge and were very happy we did. It was an off season so it was not crowded, which is a good thing. You can control the heat, so that is also good. Beds were comfortable. Room small but you won't spend the day inside!!!
We stayed here for 2 nights in June 2018 as part of a road trip. We previously stayed in 2000 and some friends of ours who visited the South Rim a couple of years ago and stayed elsewhere told us the canyon was now very noisy and overcrowded. So we were pleasantly surprised to…
Finding a place to stay inside the park can be a challenge - and you need to book way in advance. While this is an average 2 star accommodation it is at least reasonably priced. Don't not like the main restaurant, but the bar had reasonable food and outdoor seating. While it is…
"East rooms, ground floor. Remember, there is no elevator to the first floor."
"Some rooms have air conditioning which is a good option in summer months."
"First floor rooms have no lift access."
"Not when children are out of school."
"be very careful walking the Rim"