Grand Canyon National Park Hotels

Havasupai Lodge

  • 159 Supai Map It
  • Supai Village Trail


  • Near the famous waterfalls
  • Native American perspective on the natural and cultural history of the Grand Canyon


  • Accessible only by foot or helicopter
  • Rooms are plain and worn
  • No phones, Internet, or TVs

Fodor's Review

These are fairly spartan accommodations, but you won't mind much when you see the natural beauty surrounding you. The lodge and café are at the bottom of Havasu Canyon and are operated by the Havasupai Tribe. In addition to the room rate, there is a $40 per-person tribal entry fee to enter the canyon. Reservations are essential and can be made up to a year in advance.

Hotel Information


159 Supai, Supai Village Trail, Arizona, 86435, United States

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928-448–2111; 928-448–2201

Hotel Details:

  • 24 rooms
  • Rate includes: No meals

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