Some of Grand Canyon’s best hotels are located in Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim. The small town of Tusayan, located a few miles south of Grand Canyon Village, offers the closest lodging outside the park. And about 50 miles south of Tusayan, the towns of Flagstaff and Williams offer plenty of places to stay.
Grand Canyon’s remote North Rim is home to the elegant Grand Canyon Lodge, located right on the rim of the Canyon. There are also handful of lodges in the small towns outside the North Rim.
Best Grand Canyon Hotels
There are six hotels on Grand Canyon’s South Rim, including four perched on the rim. The only issue is availability during peak season.
There’s one spectacular hotel on the North Rim and several rustic lodges outside the park.
Tusayan, the closest town to the South Rim, is home to a handful of hotels.
Located 60 miles south of Grand Canyon’s South Rim, Williams is famous for its Route 66 heritage.
Located 70 miles south of Grand Canyon’s South Rim, Flagstaff (population 70,000) is the largest town near the park.
This remote canyon, famous for stunning blue waterfalls, is part of Grand Canyon but belongs to the Havasupai Tribe.