Grand Canyon National Park Hotels

Maswik Lodge


  • North units are well equipped
  • Good for families
  • Affordable dining options


  • Rooms lack historic charm
  • Tucked away from the rim in the forest
  • South units don't have a/c

Fodor's Review

Far from the noisy crowds, Maswik accommodations are in two-story motel-style buildings nestled in a shady ponderosa pine forest. The lodge, named for a Hopi kachina who is said to guard the canyon, is ¼ mile from the rim. Rooms in the South Section have the fewest frills and resemble what you'd find at a typical budget chain property (though with wall-mounted fans instead of air-conditioning). The North Section rooms cost nearly twice as much but are larger and have brighter, newer furnishings, air-conditioning, and plenty of extras—refrigerators, coffeemakers, and safes. Families appreciate the pizza pub, a casual spot with a big-screen TV. Kids under 16 stay free.

Hotel Information


Grand Canyon Village, Arizona, 86023, USA


888-297–2757-for reservations only; 928-638–2631

Hotel Details:

  • 278 rooms
  • Rate includes: No meals

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