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My sisters and I stayed one night at the El Tovar hotel. It was a part of a package with the Grand Canyon Railway, so we didn't have to worry about parking, or luggage, as it was delivered to our rooms. We had two rooms;...More
On the rim, historic chalet or log lodge look. There is no elevator. Our room was on the third floor, We were warned about ongoing roof and related construction work, but there was little noise, though we sleep late. On the other hand, the very...More
I was traveling from Oklahoma to California with my daughters and granddaughters and we pulled into the El Tovar for one night on the way. We arrived at sunset and left after the sunrise. Early January was stunning. Cold but worth the trip to the...More
Well, not exactly Christmas - a few weeks before Christmas 2013. An enchanting time at the Grand Canyon. El Tovar was decorated beautifully for the holidays. A fabulous historic hotel and a wonderful introduction to the Grand Canyon for my kids' first trip. I wouldn't...More
If you’ve read enough of these reviews you should know that history and location is what you are paying for if you stay here. You are paying a rate charged by a four or five star city hotel, but they aren’t located on the rim...More
US$211 - US$327 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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