One of the most popular places to stay for tourist is the town of Tusayan. The town of Tusayan is the nearest vibrant town to the Grand Canyon. Being located just a few miles from the Grand Canyon translates into a three-minute drive from the edge of town. The advantage of Tusayan is the ability to be so close to the Canyons, yet still enjoy some of the modern luxuries you have come to expect. Here, you will enjoy the atmosphere of small town filled with restaurants, hotels and even an IMAX theater.
Most of the Tusayan hotels will have wifi, pools, cable television and one even has a bowling alley. The following hotels and lodges are available for booking. Make sure to make reservations well in advance of your trip, as the lodging get booked quickly especially during the spring through fall season. The following lodging breakdown is for the five most popular hotels in the town of Tusayan. Details include ratings, approximate costs, locations and booking information.
The Top five hotels include the Red Feather Lodge, Best Western Premier Grand Canyon Squire Inn, Canyon Plaza Resort, Holiday Inn Express Grand Canyon, and The Grand Hotel. The Hotel and Lodge reviews are all rated on a one to five scale. For the rating, we heavily consider a combination of accommodation, price, and service. The lowest rating needed to make the list is a 3.5. The Red Feather Lodge, which has a 3.9 rating, is located less than 10 miles from the Grand Canyon and makes a great and affordable place to stay...READ MORE
There are over a dozen restaurants to choose from in the town of Tusayan. You can choose from a couple of local McDonalds, or a home made meal in a higher end restaurant. The top five best places to grab a bite include RP’s Stage Stop, Plaza Bonita, Coronado Room, We Cook Pizza & Pasta, followed by Saguaro Lounge. The rating scale here is also one to five and is based on the variety of food, customer satisfaction and price. With that criteria in mind, the RP’s Stage Stop with a 4.5 rating tops the list...READ MORE
For entertainment you can relax in the seven story IMAX Theater which is located in the Visitor Center. The current show includes rafting in the Colorado River and Canyon Walls climbing. You can call in advance for show times. (phone number 1-520-638-2203.)