Kaibab Lodge

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Address

Hwy 67, 18 miles north of North Rim Grand Canyon National Park (North Rim)See nearby area

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Lonely Planet review

There’s something comforting about this lodge, 18 miles from the North Rim, hugged on two sides by a lovely meadow and on a third by ponderosa and aspen forest. It’s a simple, quiet, low-key place, where the biggest excitement comes from counting deer that wander from the woods to graze. The accommodation options vary considerably – don’t expect down comforters, feather pillows and luxurious bath supplies. The oldest, cabins one to six, offer simple, worn-out decor with wood floors and walls, plain beds and a porch overlooking the meadow. Newer cabins resemble one-room RVs more than cabins, are quite tiny and do not have porches with meadow views. Despite the feeling that you’re staying in a room c 1952, or perhaps because of it, the older cabins are a better choice. The recommended and modern Eastview units, bright earthy orange rooms painted with petroglyphs and furnished with rough-hewn wood beds and nightstands, sit in two two-story log buildings. Each unit has a small porch overlooking the woods and field. Most cabins sleep up to four; Sam’s Cabin has four beds and sleeps up to six. A casual restaurant flanked by windows serves basic, tasty fish, burgers and pasta and offers a full bar. Breakfast features whole-wheat pancakes and yogurt with granola, and it’ll prepare a picnic lunch with one night’s notice. Ask about ATV tours to canyon overlooks in the Kaibab National Forest.

Our independent authors have visited Kaibab Lodge and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Grand Canyon National Park (North Rim).

Services & facilities

  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • wifi
  • Pets
    • petfriendly
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