We travel a lot and i haven't been this disappointed in a long time. the lobby is nice and new. the rooms are old and not clean. there are ...
We travel a lot and I haven't been this disappointed in a long time. The lobby is nice and new. The rooms are old and not clean. There are no amenities at all. You have to pay for the breakfast and it's nothing special. The bagels are bricks. You can't even bite into them. How fresh do you think the rest of the food is? I wish we had opted to go to the Navajo Hotel and restaurant in Cameron. Food is great and not expensive. The hotel sits on edge of a canyon, Beautiful!
The hotel was advertised to be located at grand canyon village but appeared to be in remote tusayan. to our disappointment the hotel lacked any particulatr character as it appeared ...
The Hotel was advertised to be located at Grand Canyon Village but appeared to be in remote Tusayan. To our disappointment the hotel lacked any particulatr character as it appeared to be a huge "tourist factory", processing the largest possible amount of tourists a day. Although staff was extremely friendly and helpful, this wasn't what we were looking for. If we'd known in advance we'd preferred another place even if more expensive. Rooms were clean and comfortable but did not have an operable window towards the outside but only towards the covered atrium -at least when we were there in the Winter season-, allowing not much fresh air and quite some of noise from the indoor pool area.
At first look at the room it was nice, however it was not worth the money at all. the door didn't close all the way and let cold air ...
At first look at the room it was nice, however it was not worth the money at all. The door didn't close all the way and let cold air in, the show dripped water throught out the night, and the bed was rock hard. They were to proud of their food and amenities, yet had to nerve to offer to sell used items like pillows and towels. I was afraid to use their shampoo or soap, worried they may charge.
Good option for the money versus starying in The Park
We were traveling from sedona so this was an excellent spot to stay overnight before entering the park the next day. the rooms were spacious and clean and a pool ...
We were traveling from Sedona so this was an excellent spot to stay overnight before entering The Park the next day. The rooms were spacious and clean and a pool is always a bonus when traveling in the summer with kids.
The real "find" is to stop in Williams at The Singing Pig for lunch on your way up!
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