The golden age of rail travel lives on at this lodge-style hotel near the Grand Canyon.
Incorporating parts of an original historic hotel dating back to the early 1900s, the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel follows a tradition set by luxury lodgings on the Santa Fe rail lines. Today the town's train depot serves visitors taking scenic day trips to the Grand Canyon in the restored rail cars of the Grand Canyon Railway. These train trips depart just steps from the hotel, with a gorgeous lobby that exudes lodge style with its polished wood details and massive stone fireplace.
Hotel guest rooms have been completely refurbished and come with mini-fridges, Keurig coffee makers and free Wi-Fi. The Rail Baron Suite measures in at more than 1,000 square feet and features a 50-inch TV, full kitchen with stainless steel appliances and separate bedroom with king-size bed. On-site amenities include an indoor swimming pool, fitness center and sports court. In addition, Spenser’s Pub (with its historic mahogany bar from Europe) serves casual fare, and the Grand Depot Café offers buffet dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The hotel operates its own pet resort for those traveling with four-legged friends.
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