El Tovar

El Tovar Hotel, the premier lodging facility at the Grand Canyon, opened its doors in 1905. The hotel has hosted such luminaries as Theodore Roosevelt, Albert Einstein, Western author Zane Grey, and many others. Today, El Tovar retains its elegant charm. All rooms are non-smoking. Handicap accessible accommodations are available. Amenities include a fine dining room, room service (limited), lounge, and gift shop with newsstand. In the village, guests can find many places to eat, shop and enjoy the scenery.

    Standard

    El Tovar Hotel has 78 rooms and suites, all with cable television, telephone, full bath and air conditioning. Standard rooms have one double, one queen, or two queen beds. Deluxe rooms have either two queens or one king bed. Suites have a bedroom with either two queens or one king bed, and a sitting room, and some of the suites have a porch or balcony. All rooms are non-smoking.

      Deluxe Queen

      El Tovar Hotel has 78 rooms and suites, all with cable television, telephone, full bath and air conditioning. Standard rooms have one double, one queen, or two queen beds. Deluxe rooms have either two queens or one king bed. Suites have a bedroom with either two queens or one king bed, and a sitting room, and some of the suites have a porch or balcony. All rooms are non-smoking.

        El Tovar Restaurants

        El Tovar Dining Room - Located in the El Tovar Hotel. An extensive menu with elegant fare and chef's specials served in a warm, inviting setting. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner year-round. El Tovar Lounge - Enjoy a light meal and cool beverage in this rustic room and the adjoining veranda, which offers spectacular canyon views. Located in the El Tovar Hotel. Open year-round.

          El Tovar Activities

          At any time of year, whether you come for a day or the week, you'll find more than enough to fill your hours. The Grand Canyon is a seasonal wonder offering an abundance of activities for all ages and interests! Spring comes late at the Canyon but there's no mistaking its arrival. Almost overnight a rainbow of wildflowers appear to greet the season. Summer is the most popular time to visit the Canyon with mule rides and motorcoach tours running continuously. And, winter in the Grand Canyon provides a fairytale setting for the holidays. Use the search feature to the right to find just the right activity to fit into your trip of a lifetime at the Grand Canyon South Rim.You are so close, you're there!

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