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Dirty. Coffee mugs were dirty. They didn’t refill our coffee packs for next morning. Towels were rough & old on skin. Beds were uncomfortable, old & worn down with a slope. Food was cafeteria style, no vegetarian options but expensive. TV was difficult to figure out, no guide, no movies. No internet reception in room. It was a difficult two nights of staying there.
We arrived at 3 pm hoping to check in, unpack our bags and go do a little sightseeing before dark. That didn't happen. I was told to come back in 45 minutes and then put off several more times before finally getting in our room at 6 pm. It was disappointing because we were wanting to go see the sunset and didn't get to because I was waiting in the lobby for housekeeping to get the room clean. I feel as though they should keep enough staff on site to get the rooms clean so guests can get into their rooms at the proper time.
it was not an over $200 a night hotel . the food was horrible.the price for everything was double the price
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The Yavapai Lodge restaurant is the ideal place to mingle and come together for hefty and traditional Southwestern dishes. American comfort food was the inspiration for the menu and features beef brisket, smoked ribs, and the signature southwest bowls, filled with rice and beans and topped off with grilled chicken or beef barbacoa. Burgers and pizza are also available, as are children’s meals. Another special treat at this restaurant is the Chuck Wagon BBQ where guests can enjoy a delicious platter of one entrée and two sides, as well as a drink.
For such a secluded and remote area, the hotel’s activity schedule is pretty jam-packed with fun and nature experiences. Complimentary park ranger programs are available for all ages where you can inform yourself about the history, science, and nature of the Grand Canyon. For athletic guests, guided biking and hiking tours are also offered, and to learn more about the Canyon without having to wander about, guests can watch the Grand Canyon: A Journey of Wonder movie at the visitor center. A visit to the rim with style is possible by going on a mule trip.
Very close to the Yavapai Lodge East is the Grand Canyon National Airport, only 20m by car. Turn onto AZ-64 North and continue until turning left onto Center Road. From there, turn right onto Market Plaza Road and continue until the lodges pull up on the right-hand side. Travelers coming from Flagstaff should prepare to drive 1h 30m. Follow the US-180 West and the AZ-64 North until you merge onto Center Road. From here, also turn right onto Market Plaza Road and you have reached the destination.
A variety of differently themed packages allows you to make even more out of your stay at the Yavapai Lodge East. To have breakfast included in your stay, opt for the Bed & Breakfast package to enjoy breakfast every day until 10:30 am at the lodge restaurant. The Let’s Hike package gives guests the opportunity to go on a hike, equipped with a rucksack filled with a Grand Canyon Logo water bottle, a hiker’s guidebook, emergency whistle, flashlight, and more. Hobby astronomers can look into the stars with the Constellations at Grand Canyon package that comes with a stargazing map with red lens filter and a flashlight.
The lodge’s rollaway beds and cribs are on a first come first serve basis and therefore subject to availability. Should you travel to the Yavapai Lodge East with children, it is advised to contact the hotel beforehand to ensure all required facilities are in place. Charges for the rollaway beds or cribs may apply.
Open until 10:00 pm, the Yavapai Tavern is a great place to while away the evening with family or friends. Arizona craft beer, as well as various other drinks, can be enjoyed here. Local dishes like elk burgers are always worth trying, but the bar’s highlight are the regular live music gigs on stage that entertain the guests and create a casual ambiance.
Yavapai Lodge East is located at , 1.1 miles from the center of Grand Canyon Village. Yavapai Geology Museum is the closest landmark to Yavapai Lodge East.
Check-in time is 2:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at Yavapai Lodge East.
No, Yavapai Lodge East does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, Yavapai Lodge East does not offer free parking.
No, Yavapai Lodge East does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Yavapai Lodge East is 7.2 miles from Grand Canyon Village National Park. Yavapai Lodge East is 68.1 miles from Flagstaff Pulliam.
Yes, Yavapai Lodge East is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, Yavapai Lodge East does not have a pool onsite.