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9 Village Loop Dr Grand Canyon Village, AZ 86023
9 Village Loop DrUSAZGrand Canyon Village86023
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Lively historic lodge with basic rooms (no TVs, some private baths) & cabins plus family-style cafe.- Google
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Jose Enrique Calderon
reviewed a month ago
I stayed at one of the cabin huts. Spectacular experience. It is like living back in time. Very cozy. It was spectacular because it snow that evening (On April!). I think you enjoy this place much better in the late summer and early spring. It is right next to the rims. Parking is tough , I did not ordered room service and not sure if they offer any at all. Food.. Nothing out of the ordinary, but is ok for the paying price.
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Chris DeMaio
reviewed 7 months ago
Black bean soup was really good... Rooms at Thunderbird Lodge were fine and not worth the extra for Canyon View (cant see it in the dark). Quiet, clean and warm- perfect. These hotels are strictly living quarters when the sun goes down... and not terribly expensive. The entire staff was great (front desk, adventure desk, gift shop, restaurants, and the bar).... well worth the trip but you have to be pragmatic about how things work at a national park... its not NYC and things dont happen 'right now'... the Bright Angel restaurant is the best deal in the park next to the pizza at Maswik Pizza Pub (great wings too) We didnt go for the lodging or the quality of institutional food... and werent let down... we enjoyed the canyon and that was the point of the trip... Having worked at Yellowstone myself i can tell you that these places will never be the Ritz but the Staff is good and they all try their best to put on a happy face and treat the customer well... in our case they did that... Thanks to everyone at GCNP who helped make our first trip memorable.
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Katja Jurczak
reviewed 2 years ago
We didn't stay at the Bright Angel Lodge but we came here 4 times, 2 times for breakfast and 2 times for dinner. Ok it's not one of the best restaurants, but it's the best in the Grand Canyon Village and probably the cheapest one. The others are so expensive. The food was great. The service was very friendly except for once at breakfast. He was nice but probably new and messed up some orders but still friendly. We tried a lot on the menu with 4 people and 4 different times:) For breakfast definitely try one of the warm danish! They're so yummy and the eggs, yogurt and berries, bagels etc. are good too. For dinner the corn chowder soup was very good, the sizzling fajita was great, the lasagne just ok. The steaks were perfect! The entrees always came with a side like soup or salad which were good. As a desert the brownie sundae is delish!! I didn't like the apple grunt. They have more on the in-restaurant menu than on the online menu. They have really good food for decent prices. And it's just a few steps from the Rim.
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Summer Nichter
reviewed 4 months ago
Stayed in Thunderbird Lodge building. Room was historic. Comfy beds. Pricey though but it is along the rim of Grand Canyon.
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Richard Head
reviewed 2 months ago
Food not worth the cost. Got the Buffalo Bratwurst and it was bland...all the glasses for your drinks are children sized. Go to Arizona Room....not much of a price difference...and better food.
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Ben Wallace
reviewed 11 months ago
Great hotel, right on the the rim, restaurant is really cheap considering the location, extra showers in every building, rustic feel.