Bright Angel Lodge
Designed in 1935 by famed Southwest architect Mary Jane Colter, the Bright Angel Lodge is ideally situated at the top of the Bright Angel trailhead. A registered National Historic Landmark, it has a natural rustic character and is rich with cultural history.
- Historic building full of character
- Southwestern-style steak house
- Old-style saloon bar
- Steps from the Grand Canyon
- Ice-cream soda fountain
About Your Hotel
After a hot and dusty day exploring the breathtaking vistas of the Canyon, return to the lodge to cool off at the traditional ice-cream sofa fountain (summer only), just steps from the rim.
For dinner, there’s a family-style restaurant serving American ‘diner classics’, a Southwestern-style steakhouse and an old-style saloon. Alternatively, take a stroll into the village where you’ll find places to eat, shop and enjoy the scenery.
The rustic lodge rooms have straightforward furnishings and décor that is in keeping with the surroundings.
Grand Canyon Village
Rustic cabins with fridge, coffee maker, cable TV and private bathroom
Three restaurants, bar, coffee shop, snack bar, WiFi in public areas and a 24-hour front desk. There’s also an ice-cream soda fountain (summer only) and gift shop
|FREEDOM rates this hotel|
National Park administration fee payable locally to the National Park Service. All prices are per person, based on 2 sharing a twin or double room. Seasonal variations may apply, please call Freedom Destinations for more information and availability.
- South Rim Historic Village
- Yavapai Point
- Bright Angel Trail
- Mather Point
- Desert View Watchtower
- Bright Angel Point