Maswik Lodge North

Grand Canyon, Arizona

The hotel

Surround yourself with Ponderosa pine forest at this simple, comfortable lodge, just a short walk to the Grand Canyon's edge. A food court on site serves American classics — or you can grab a freshly baked pizza at the Pizza Pub whilst you watch the sport.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Inside the National Park area, Maswik Lodge is 1/4 mile from the South Rim. Drive time from Las Vegas: 4 hours 15 minutes.

Hotel information

Maswik Lodge is split into North and South.

Maswik Lodge North has 160 rooms on 2 floors in 12 buildings (no lifts). Rooms have full bath, telephone, TV, air-conditioning, hairdryer, safe, iron/ironing board, coffee maker and fridge. Standard Rooms offer 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults. King-size bed available on request, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Maswik Lodge features a buffet-style cafe including International menu, gift shop, tour desk and pizza pub including big screen TVs. Complimentary shuttle bus year round to the rim and locations in Grand Canyon Village. Self-parking*.

*Denotes local charge.

Please note: there is a charge of approximately $35 per car to enter the Grand Canyon National Park for 7 days. This charge must be paid locally and is subject to change. If you are planning to visit a number of National Parks in the area where entrance fees apply, you may want to consider purchasing an annual pass for $80 rather than paying for each Park separately. This pass is valid for 12 months and can be purchased at http://www.nps.gov/findapark/passes.htm

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Spectacular view

Nov 10, 2020 VaniaTDDR

I went in November of 2019. Drove first to the South Rim and then to the North Rim. Though the East Rim was nearby, our time was limited. Maybe next time. If you can, see both the South and North Rims. Though the Lodge and cabins were already closed for the winter season, the view was still breathtaking.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Much more scenic than the south rim

Oct 29, 2020 SamS967 Long Beach, California

We've been to the south rim multiple times and in different times of the year, but this was our first visit to the north rim. First of all it attracts only 10% the number of visitors to the south rim. Secondly it is densely wooded, filled with wildlife and definitely more scenic. The north rim is much smaller with much fewer viewpoints, but the… Read more
We've been to the south rim multiple times and in different times of the year, but this was our first visit to the north rim. First of all it attracts only 10% the number of visitors to the south rim. Secondly it is densely wooded, filled with wildlife and definitely more scenic. The north rim is much smaller with much fewer viewpoints, but the views are spectacular. In October the trees were changing color and the yellows and reds made us feel like we were in New England. We saw many deer and a bison. The cafe at the main visitors center is open with outdoor seating. Read less
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Oct 22, 2020 john_northbay Healdsburg, California

We stayed in a western cabin on the last weekend of the season, it was very nice and much better than the frontier and other cabins. Loved the two queen beds, roomy comfortable cabins with gas fireplace, and of course, the proximity to the rim of the Grand Canyon. These cabins are quite expensive, but many will appreciate the special nature of… Read more
We stayed in a western cabin on the last weekend of the season, it was very nice and much better than the frontier and other cabins. Loved the two queen beds, roomy comfortable cabins with gas fireplace, and of course, the proximity to the rim of the Grand Canyon. These cabins are quite expensive, but many will appreciate the special nature of this stay, for special occasions, or just checking one off the bucket list. Hopefully COVID is no longer an issue when they reopen next spring, but I appreciated the attention given to safety in the dining setup. Unfortunately, only about 50 % of visitors wore masks, so there were some uncomfortable moments passing on the narrow trails. It seems there is a mid day flux of local visitors, which unfortunately makes the park feel crowded around the lodge, only to thin out again by evening. Read less
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Oct 12, 2020 mikechris2 Cohoes, New York

Highly recommend staying inside park at the lodges. It is rustic but offers everything you need and is accessible to fantastic views right outside your door. Cabins are clean, spacious, and have everything you need for a comfortable stay. Staff are friendly and very accommodating.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Dirty cabin in times of coronavirus

Oct 11, 2020 fogsmom Boston, Massachusetts

It’s the only place to stay on the north rim if you are not camping. Prices are high for rustic cabins which have not been updated in years. But what is worse, is the fact that they are not clean. I was glad I had my chlorox wipes, I would not trust housekeeping as there was visible dirt on many high touch surfaces. The floor was the… Read more
It’s the only place to stay on the north rim if you are not camping. Prices are high for rustic cabins which have not been updated in years. But what is worse, is the fact that they are not clean. I was glad I had my chlorox wipes, I would not trust housekeeping as there was visible dirt on many high touch surfaces. The floor was the worst. Filthy. I had to clean it myself with towels. See photo of one of the multiple towels I used to wipe the floor. Ugh. Reading other reviews it looks like dirty cabins are common. Bring your own cleaning supplies if you stay here Read less