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 Unbelievable location

Sep 23, 2020 Jon65633

Had a Western cabin right on the rim, the location was phenomenal. Room was c!ean 2 queen beds. No AC had a ceiling fan or internet. Bathroom clean and functional. mini fridge and fireplace. Porch face the North Rim. Limited amenities due to civic but still a great experience
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Sep 22, 2020 LSUTraveller Denham Springs, Louisiana

These cabins are close to the Lodge and have no air conditioning. You may want to think about brining a fan for air circulation. The porches on these cabins face each other so they are not real private. They are nice with rocking chairs on them. The fireplace is nice except for the mouse visitor we had. They did not charge extra for him. The… Read more
These cabins are close to the Lodge and have no air conditioning. You may want to think about brining a fan for air circulation. The porches on these cabins face each other so they are not real private. They are nice with rocking chairs on them. The fireplace is nice except for the mouse visitor we had. They did not charge extra for him. The maintenance people did come to take care of it. The paths around the cabins are nice and well lit. Some cabins have better rim views than others. There are 2 queen beds and the ceiling fan and private bath is nice. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating The place to stay while at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon

Sep 14, 2020 Kenneth_Mueller Prescott Valley, Arizona

Because of the Covid, the Lodge was closed. So all visitors, like myself and my family, must stay in a cabin. We stayed in a Western Cabin. It was neat, clean and had 2 queen beds, a small refrigerator, bathroom with shower, a desk and table, and a small table and two chairs. On the porch were two rocking chairs. The staff all wore face masks, and… Read more
Because of the Covid, the Lodge was closed. So all visitors, like myself and my family, must stay in a cabin. We stayed in a Western Cabin. It was neat, clean and had 2 queen beds, a small refrigerator, bathroom with shower, a desk and table, and a small table and two chairs. On the porch were two rocking chairs. The staff all wore face masks, and were polite, quick, and efficient. We had a special request and the housekeeping manager, Mr. John Black, came to our room to personally assist us. We appreciate his help. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great destination even during Covid times, but be aware some facilities are closed.

Sep 14, 2020 mikemH5592IU Scottsdale, Arizona

Hiked from the South Rim to the North Rim and spent two nights at the Grand Canyon Lodge. The rooms were very nice, although please be aware there is no air conditioning. We were there during a heat spell when temperatures reached 92 degrees. The main lodge dining room is closed. The "Saloon" is only open for carry-out (breakfast-dinner) and… Read more
Hiked from the South Rim to the North Rim and spent two nights at the Grand Canyon Lodge. The rooms were very nice, although please be aware there is no air conditioning. We were there during a heat spell when temperatures reached 92 degrees. The main lodge dining room is closed. The "Saloon" is only open for carry-out (breakfast-dinner) and worked well for some hot food, but the menu is limited. Masks were prominent which was good throughout the lodge area. Fortunately, the scenery hasn't been impacted by Covid....it remains amazing. Safe travels. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating My favorite Grand Canyon Lodge

Sep 9, 2020 Justine S Tucson, Arizona

I love the serenity and peacefulness at the North Rim compared to the busy South Rim. The cabins are great considering how remote the lodge is, and the views of the canyon from the deck are just stunning. There are also a few nice trails that start right at the lodge.