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 Lodging, North Rim

 

 
Grand
Canyon Lodge North Rim
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Grand Canyon Lodge in located at Bright Angel Point on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.  Accommodations include motel style rooms or cabins.  The lodge East Rim, Grand Canyon, North Rim, Arizona, United States, Public Domain Photograph, USDA is open from mid-May through mid-October, weather permitting and room rates run from between $65 to $105 a night.

Grand Canyon Lodge has large windows and spectacular canyon views are offered from the lodge, rooms and cabins.  Cabins are scattered around the main lodge in ponderosa pine forest.  The dining room and registration is in the main lodge.  Unlike the more crowded facilities at the South Rim, Grand Canyon Lodge on the North Rim offers more solitude.  A perfect place to sit and watch the sun rise over the canyon in the early morning.

Advance reservations at Grand Canyon Lodge are all but required, and should be made as far in advance as possible, at least six months before your planned trip.  You can call AMFAC Parks & Resorts at 303-297-2757 or fax your request to 303-297-3175.

Kaibab Lodge - Between Jacob Lake and Grand Canyon North Rim Entrance Station - link to it!

Located 18 miles North of the Grand Canyon National Park entrance station on Arizona State 67, the Kaibab Lodge offers motel rooms, a modernized cabin, and a full home.

Open from mid-May to mid-October, the North Rim Country Store, a good place for groceries and fuel is open until the roads are shut down by the state of Arizona due to snow (usually around mid-November).  The Kaibab lodge also has a restaurant.

Room rates range from $70 to $97 a night during the regular 1999 season.  Rooms range from one double bed to two doubles and a twin, allowing up to five people to stay in one room.  They offer smoking and non-smoking rooms.

Sam's Cabin is an old cowboy cabin that has been completely remodeled and updated for guest use. It contains two double beds and a set of bunk beds to accommodate a family of six, and has satellite TV available. It rents for $99 a night, 1999 rates. 

Deerview is a modular home set at the top of a beautiful meadow with a great view. It has a queen size bed in a private bedroom, bath tub with shower, microwave, refrigerator, living area with satellite TV, and a sofa sleeper to provide an additional double bed. This is a nonsmoking and no pet unit, and rents for $120 a night, 1999 rates.

Check in time is 3:00 PM and check out time is 10:00 AM.  Guests need to arrive no later than 10:00 PM as the front desk closes for the night at that time.  For reservations you call 520-638-2389 from mid-May to mid-October.  Preseason reservations can be made from January to April by calling (520) 526-0924 in Arizona, and (800) 525-0924 from outside of Arizona.  You can also send them e-mail at answers@canyoneers.com.

Jacob Lake Inn - Jacob Lake - link to it!

Located 45 miles north of the Grand Canyon National Park Entrance Station on the North Rim, Jacob Lake Inn offers motel rooms and cabins.  Open year round, they host a service station, gift shop, bakery, restaurant and convenience store.  Family owned and operated, the family running Jacob Lake Inn can trace their ancestry back to the 1860's!  The Jacob Lake Inn was established in 1923, and they have watched as the area has grown over the last 75 years.

Jacob Lake Inn has a total of 35 units with 61 beds. The restaurant consists of a lunch counter (26 seats) and a dining room (56 seats). Decorated with knotty pine, the dining room displays a handsome collection of Navajo rugs. The restaurant features delicious homemade baked goods and food. 

The grocery store has canned goods, frozen meats, dairy products, snacks, beer and soft drinks, lunch meats, homemade cookies, and fresh produce. Located within the grocery store is an ice cream fountain where old-fashioned soda jerks can accommodate custom requests for shakes, malts, and sundaes.  Within walking distance of Jacob Lake Inn you'll find camping facilities, an RV park, the Kaibab Plateau Visitor Center, and Jacob Lake Trail Rides.

Motel Rates for 1999 summer season range from $90.42 to $106.38 per night, including Arizona state tax.  Cabin rates range from $78.72 for a one room cabin with a queen bed to $111.70 a night for a family cabin for six.  Winter rates from November 29 to May 13, 2000 range from $42 to $52 per night.  You can make reservations by calling (520) 643-7232 or sending an e-mail to jacob@jacoblake.com.