Northeast Arizona Hotels

Cameron Trading Post


  • Impressive collection of Southwestern art in the trading post gallery and gift shop
  • Restaurant serves Native American specialties and American favorites
  • Historic lodging with campground next door


  • High traffic volume
  • Occasional highway noise
  • Somewhat remote

Published 11/18/2015

Fodor's Review

At the turnoff for the western entrance to the Grand Canyon's South Rim, this trading post dates back to 1916 and contains handsome Southwestern-style rooms with carved-oak furniture, tile baths, and balconies overlooking the Colorado River. Native-stone landscaping—including fossilized dinosaur tracks—and a small, well-kept garden are pleasant. Make your reservations far in advance for high season.

Hotel Information


466 U.S. 89, Cameron, Arizona, 86020, United States

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928-679–2231; 800-338–7385

Hotel Details:

  • 62 rooms, 4 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 11/18/2015

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