Historic lodges, hotels to rugged campgrounds, the Grand Canyon has a wide range of places to stay – book early.
Many visitors to the Grand Canyon have waited their whole lives to see a natural wonder—stay a while and take it all in.
From grand old lodges to upscale inns, the Grand Canyon is home to a number of places to stay. There are accommodations surrounding the park and a few within the park. Note that lodging within the national park fills up early—so plan well in advance, and if possible, be flexible in your travel plans.
Some visitors choose to stay in Tusayan, the small community located just five miles south of the Grand Canyon. In addition to numerous hotels and campgrounds, Tusayan offers a variety of activities for travelers, including exploring the Coconino National Forest, hiking or biking the Arizona Trail in the Tusayan Unit of the Kaibab National Forest and exploring the Grand Canyon National Geographic Visitors Center, where you can view a film about the Grand Canyon in the center's IMAX Theater.
Explore how best to be a Grand Canyon guest. See below for listings for Grand Canyon accommodations.