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    Jacob Lake Inn

    US 89A & AZ Hwy 67, at State Route 67, Jacob Lake, AZ 86022
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    09/07/2017 10/07/2017
    1 room
    • 1 room
      2 adults
      • 2 adults
        0 children
        • 0 children
          Traveller (409)
          Room & Suite (139)
          Dining (25)
          • Excellent24%
          • Very good44%
          • Average18%
          • Poor9%
          • Terrible5%
          Travellers talk about
          “gift shop” (190 reviews)
          “grand canyon” (552 reviews)
          “lunch counter” (35 reviews)
          Free Parking
          Non-Smoking Rooms
          Pets Allowed
          Wheelchair Access
          Free Wifi
          Breakfast included
          Air Conditioning
          2.5 Star Hotel
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          1 - 5 of 1,834 reviews

          Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

          Never have I ever had to write a terrible review. Having emailed the establishment directly over two weeks ago, and having received no response, I've gone from angry to irate over this experience. We drove from Ohio, through to Arizona on our 10 day trip,...More

          Thank McSkB
          Reviewed 3 days ago

          The inn is an ideal jumping off point for the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. We enjoyed a comfortable cabin in the woods a short walk from the restaurant. What makes this place special is its bright, energetic and well-trained college age staff.

          Thank Landmarkfinder A
          Reviewed 5 days ago

          We recently took 18 people to hike Rim2Rin2Rim so stayed at Jacob Lake Inn one night at the beginning and one night at the end. The good parts: not too pricey, great friendly summer waitstaff made up of BYU students etc. who are super nice,...More

          Thank ChristyinChambana
          Reviewed 1 week ago

          Friendly staff and adorable accommodations, although very basic. Would have been nice to have free WiFi at least (I can make do without the TV), but was also nice to go "off the grid" before hiking the Grand Canyon. The comforter and pillow cases were...More

          Thank Sarah S
          Response from JacobLakeFamily, Owner at Jacob Lake InnResponded 1 week ago

          Thank you for your review. I am glad you found your cabin adorable. To set your mind at ease, the bedspreads are laundered regularly, and no one need worry about their cleanliness. The cabins are old, and not up to modern codes of insulation, so...More

          Reviewed 2 weeks ago

          Stayed here the night before we hiked down the North Kaibab trail. Very charming and comfortable cabins. Everyone was genuinely friendly... not fake friendly. I purchased the house sandwich for dinner and it was fantastic. Cookies are heavenly. The German Chocolate & Oatmeal raisin were...More

          1  Thank Amber K
          Response from JacobLakeFamily, Owner at Jacob Lake InnResponded 1 week ago

          Thank you for your kind review. I am assuming you had the Grand Bull Sandwich- I am so glad to hear you liked it and enjoyed your cookies. It is great to know that you had a good stay and would come back. We look...More

          • Top amenities
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          • Free Parking
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          • Free Parking
          • Things to do
          • Restaurant
          • Price range
          • USD 52 - USD 90 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
          • Hotel class
          • Room types
          • Non-Smoking Rooms
          • Number of rooms
          • 39
          • Location
          • United States >
          • Arizona >
          • Jacob Lake
          • Also Known As
          • Jacob Lake Hotel Jacob Lake ,
          • Jacob Lake Inn Jacob Lake
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          Traveller (409)
          Room & Suite (139)
          Dining (25)
          Pool & Beach (10)
          Hotel & Grounds (239)
          Bathroom (18)
          Family and Play Areas (3)
          Nearby Restaurants
          Jacob Lake Inn Restaurant
          430 reviews
          .02 km away
          The Cliff Dwellers Restaurant
          215 reviews
          41.47 km away
          Juniper Ridge Restaurant
          86 reviews
          41.90 km away
          Cowboy Butte Grill and Steakhouse
          59 reviews
          38.24 km away
          Nearby Attractions
          The Wave at Coyote Buttes
          249 reviews
          36.55 km away
          Kaibab National Forest
          94 reviews
          38.93 km away
          Jacob Lake Inn Gift Shop
          35 reviews
          .03 km away
          The Red Pueblo Museum
          5 reviews
          21.98 km away
          Questions & AnswersAsk a question
          Amber K
          If we book a cabin, do we need to bring our own bedding?
          31 December 2016|
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          Response from JacobLakeFamily | Property representative |
          Thank you for your question. No, we supply bedding and towels.
          Katherine V
          Hello, I noticed below that you mentioned the cabins with the most privacy are 28 or 29. We are making our reservations online and don't have the option to select the cabin number. We can select either Cabin - 1 King, 1 Queen, or 1 Double. Which of these would you recommend for added privacy? Thanks!
          28 September 2015|
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          Response from JacobLakeFamily | Property representative |
          The king bed has the most privacy.
          Are there screens on the windows in the cabins? What cabin number is the most private or has the best view for two adults, without children? We will be visiting in mid-October, and like lots of fresh air while sleeping. Thank you.
          11 August 2015|
          Response from JacobLakeFamily | Property representative |
          There are screens on the cabin windows and I would recommend cabin 28 or 29 for privacy and seclusion.
          Room Tips
          "Stay in the hotel for wifi, and the upper floor for a more peaceful sleep and balcony."
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          "If electronics is a must, select one of the hotel rooms"
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          "Either floor. There is an elevator available. No fridge in rooms."
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          "If you go for a cabin, consider a location a little farther "down the line" away from the lodge."
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