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Grand Canyon Hotels

Whether you’re visiting the Grand Canyon for the first time or returning once again, you’ll find that the array of Grand Canyon hotels is simply outstanding. There’s everything from small resorts to stunning lodges. And they all allow guests the chance to experience the beauty of the scenery afforded by one of nature’s wonders.       
Most Grand Canyon hotels are situated south or north of the rim. The Grand Canyon Lodge on the north side, for instance, is among the top frequented. With its 1920s architectural style and breathtaking vistas of the canyon, it’s one of the favorite Grand Canyon hotels. As you plan your trip, book your accommodations early. Grand Canyon hotels are known to fill up months in advance. At the Grand Canyon Lodge you have the option of staying at one of the newly refurbished rooms or at the larger cabins overlooking the canyon. These have all been designed in accordance to different periods of history reflecting the days of the west, the frontier or the pioneers. And rest assured that all come with large verandas and private bathroom. As a guest of the Grand Canyon Lodge, the staff can arrange for you to go on a hiking excursion, mule ride or a “chuck wagon style” barbecue. It’s an adventure in dining and a chance to savor mouthwatering local specialties. You may also reserve a table at the dining room where all dishes are prepared using recipes from the 1930s and organic products. Like at most Grand Canyon hotels, this one too has set aside customized lodging for persons with disabilities including hearing impairments.         
Or opt for El Tovar Hotel, a national landmark and of historical importance. It was constructed in 1905 entirely of pine logs and local stone. It’s situated on the south rim and close to all Grand Canyon attractions, enchanting travelers with its old world ambience. At el Tovar, you may pick a room hosting superb views. If there isn’t one available, you may enjoy the panoramas while delighting in a cocktail at the lounge.   
Grand Canyon hotels offer less expensive lodging too. Bright Angel Lodge on the south rim is a perfect example. It was built in 1935 by the renowned architect Jane Colter. At the Bright Angel you’ll encounter cabins nestled between fragrant pine trees. Most showcase a fireplace, television and bathroom. But you don’t have to travel far to enjoy a tasteful meal. At the Arizona room you’ll be served family specialties and decadent desserts. And that’s not all. If you’re an ice cream lover, the parlor offers a wide range of flavors pleasing to all taste buds. If you’re a history buff, don’t miss the museum on the premises. It’s truly a must see.
The list of affordable Grand Canyon hotels goes on. The Kachina Lodge, for instance, is yet another fantastic choice when traveling on a tight budget. It’s clean and displays partial views of the canyon.     
So plan your adventure and make your reservations right away.

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