The Grand Canyon Railway Hotel offers guests comfortable lodging in a picturesque Western setting. Designed to resemble the century-old train depot that housed the original Fray Marcos Hotel, opened by the Santa Fe Railroad as a Harvey House, the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel provides a relaxing retreat before embarking for Grand Canyon National Park. Guest rooms feature triple sheeting - offering a choice between standard rooms, deluxe rooms or suites.
Family friendly. Comfortable yet functional. Beds feature comfortable triple-sheeting meaning that your room will be clean. No more bedspreads! Each room is approximately 327 square feet and features two comfortable queen beds, satellite TV with Starz, an alarm clock to make sure you don’t miss the train, coffee maker to help start the morning with full steam, and full bathroom with bathtub and shower. A rollaway bed and crib are also available upon request. Accessible rooms are available to those with limited mobility.
Deluxe rooms feature two triple-sheeted queen beds, LG flat-screen TVs with satellite TV, and new Thomasville furnishings. The rooms also have a mini-fridge, in-room coffee maker, telephone, alarm clock, air conditioning and a full bathroom with granite countertops. Like the standard rooms, the deluxe rooms are a spacious 300+ square feet and have been recently renovated with new carpet..
Adjacent to the lobby, you can enjoy fine spirits in Spenser's Pub. The pub is the signature room in the hotel and features a custom handcrafted mahogany bar built in the late 1800s and brought over from Europe. The pub serves light fare such as pizzas and sandwiches in a great atmosphere.
The property also offers a heated indoor pool. The weather in northern Arizona can vary but you can be sure the pool room is always warm. For those who like it hot, there is also a hot tub for your enjoyment.
Even while on vacation, keep up with your workout routine with the state of the art equipment in the exercise room.