The Grand Canyon Lodge is a hotel and cabins complex notable for its setting and rustic design at Bright Angel Point on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Designed by Gilbert Stanley Underwood and built 1927-28, the complex consists of the Main Lodge building, which serves as a dining and service facility, 40 Western cabins, and 178 Pioneer, Frontier cabin and motel rooms. Constructed of native Kaibab limestone and timber, the complex was designed to harmonize with its rocky and forested setting.
The Grand Canyon's North Rim is unlike any other place you have visited and journeying there is an adventure in itself. As you drive across the high deserts of northern Arizona and ascend the Kaibab Plateau to a dense cool forest, you will pass through beautiful meadows and pristine mountain scenery before arriving at Grand Canyon Lodge, the only lodging at the North Rim.
The Lodge sits on the north edge of the Grand Canyon at 8,100 feet, permitting views of the canyon at your feet and the vistas of the San Francisco Peaks 70 miles to the south. Enjoy all that the canyon and Lodge have to offer when you visit. Accommodations at the Grand Canyon Lodge - North Rim consist of our Frontier, Western and larger Pioneer cabins as well as motel rooms. Dining options include the Lodge Dining Room, Deli in the Pines, Coffee Shop and the Roughridger Saloon.
Additional guest services include a gift shop, general store, campground with a service station, public laundry, showers, post/parcel services and a 24-hour front desk, access to hiking trails and scenic overlooks, and mule rides. A complimentary shuttle to the Kaibab trailhead is offered twice daily. Guests need only to contact the front desk the day prior to their use of the shuttle service to reserve a spot.