El Tovar Hotel
A stone’s throw from the rim of the Grand Canyon, this landmark limestone-and-pine hotel dating from 1905 is ideally placed for exploring the one-mile deep gorge carved by the Colorado River and all the wonders of the National Park.
- Free area shuttle
- Rustic-chic restaurant
- Walking distance to the village
- Inside Grand Canyon National Park
- Free Parking
About Your Hotel
Whether you’re here to hike or take a mule ride to the bottom of the canyon, go bird watching, river rafting, star gazing or simply admire the awe-inspiring vistas, you’ll be joining an elite club of previous guests including Theodore Roosevelt, Albert Einstein, President Bill Clinton, Sir Paul McCartney and countless others.
The lobby has a cosy, Swiss chalet feel to it and due to the historic nature of the hotel no two rooms are alike, which gives the hotel a somewhat distinctive charm. The rooms are decorated in styles ranging from modern to traditional.
Unwind at the end of a busy day of canyon exploration, with a refreshing drink at the art-filled bar before heading for dinner at the hotel’s rustic-chic restaurant with seasonal alfresco seating. Or alternatively, take a walk into the village where there are plenty of places to eat, shop and admire the scenery.
If you don’t have your own transport and would like to go further afield, the hotel provides a free area shuttle to destinations within 25 miles.
Grand Canyon Village.
Rooms are air conditioned with cable TV, free WiFi, hair dryer, ironing equipment, coffee maker and fridge.
Restaurant, bar and lounge, free tea and coffee in common areas and gift shop.
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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.
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