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Red Feather Lodge
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Reviewed 20 March 2012

We stayed here at Thanksgiving time (2011) with our kids, grandkids and 3 dogs in two rooms. The rooms were very clean and reasonalbe and had newly remodeled bathrooms. we had some noisey neighbors but they quieted by bed time. When you're looking around the Grand Canyon there are almost no facilities that allow dogs. I was pleasantly surprised after reading some of the negative reviews about the dog rooms but believe me they're just fine and resonable to boot.

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled with family
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3  Thank nor56001
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Reviewed 5 March 2012

We ended up staying at this hotel at very late notice, as a consequence of our previously booked hotel losing our booking. A decent hotel with nice rooms, only 10 minutes or so from the south rim of the Grand Canyon. Arguably one of the best value hotels in the area (value being a relative term at the Grand Canyon - everything is expensive!)

Room Tip: The hotel is set back a little from the main road, but it's not a busy road - arguably all rooms are as quiet as one another.
  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled with family
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3  Thank PatrickVeitch
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Reviewed 20 February 2012

Tourist trap towns are usually overpriced with quality issues. Tusayan is no exception. The Red Feather Lodge's main building is across from the Holiday Inn Express but it a better experience. My room was almost clean and everything works as it should. The bed was comfortable with sufficient pillows. Bathtub was worn and the toilet seat could have been cleaned better. WiFi worked OK and there was actually a desk for business travelers. Three basic chairs in the room. The shower was a bit wimpy. Compared to the Holiday Inn Express across the street this place is better although there is no free breakfast. Room lighting was a bit better than most. I can live with an older CRT TV than a flat screen.

This place does need clean up, paint up and fixing. The carpet was frayed near the bathroom door exposing carpet nails...dangerous. The bathroom door was yukky -- needs work. I mentioned the tub had a large worn black area. The heater/AC worked but was a bit noisy.

This is the newer of the two Red Feather buildings. The other is older and may not be as good.

The main hotel is all nonsmoking.

For a night or two, this place isn't all that bad which for Tusayan is saying a lot.

Room Tip: New building only.
  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled on business
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3  Thank 6530bx4
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Reviewed 20 February 2012

It was about 30% less that the cheapest (and lower quality) alternative in the park. It was clean and well-maintained. Decent for the price. No breakfast.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled on business
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2  Thank Laurence1001
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Reviewed 17 February 2012

Stayed here as part of a pre-organised tour in January 2012 for 2 nights.

The Lodge is located along with other hotels near to the South Rim entrance. If you go into the main entrance of the Red Feather Lodge, then if you're staying in the older part of the hotel (it looks more like a motel) like we were, then leave your bags in the car as you'll need to use the lift as the hotel's on a slope. There seemed to be plenty of spaces to park but we were there out of season.

The "motel" part is just across a small parking area - my twin room was on the first floor (second floor if you're American). It had two comfy beds, a desk, chest of drawers and tv, hanging rail for clothes and a good heater (needed in January) and was clean throughout. The bathroom was small but functional - there were good toiletries provided and plenty of towels - like most American hotels, the sink unit's outside the bathroom.

The Lodge itself is close to Grand Canyon Airport, which is useful if you're thinking of taking a helicopter tour. It's also close to a Wendy's, McDonald's, a General Store and a restaurant that served pasta/pizza and salad (forget the name but it was really good) - all are within close walking distance.

The WiFi wasn't bad speed-wise and had good signal strength - the lobby has a computer if you want to use the internet and need a PC. It also has free coffee available, as well as vending machines down the hall if you need something else. A few of us used the laundrette facilities in the main part of the hotel - the staff were happy to change notes for us to use the machines.

Overall would definitely stay here again if visiting the Grand Canyon as it's not far to get into the park and has good amenities.

  • Stayed: January 2012, travelled with friends
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