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Grand Canyon North Rim, AZ

Grand Canyon Lodge is the only lodging facility on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park. The classic main lodge building was completed in 1937 to replace an earlier lodge on the same site that burned down in 1932. It was designed by Gilbert Stanley Underwood, who...

Grand Canyon, AZ

The historic El Tovar is one of six lodging facilities on the South Rim of the Grand Canyon. Built by the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad at a cost of $250,000, the hotel opened in 1905 as one of the most elegant lodging facilities west of the Mississippi River. ...

Bryce Canyon National Park, UT

Bryce Canyon Lodge offers several types of accommodations in one of America's most scenic national parks. The lodging complex sits near the park's colorful badlands, which are highlighted by the well-known hoodoos that seem to stand guard over this rugged landscape. Like Zion Lodge and Grand Canyon Lodge on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, the Bryce Canyon facility was once owned by a...

Glacier National Park, MT

Glacier National Park and Canada's neighboring Waterton Lakes National Park boast several historic and grand lodges including Lake McDonald Lodge, Glacier Park Lodge, and Prince of Wales Hotel. However, it is Many Glacier Hotel that visitors generally consider the park's...

Yellowstone National Park, WY

Old Faithful Inn is the icon of national park lodges in the most famous of America's national parks, Yellowstone. This lodge has just about everything you could want in a national park lodge including history, atmosphere, and charm. The central section of the lodge was constructed...

Yellowstone National Park, WY

Lake Hotel (also called "Lake Yellowstone Hotel") is the oldest operating lodging facility in Yellowstone, America's first national park, established in 1872 during the administration of President Ulysses Grant. Construction on the hotel commenced in 1889,...

East Glacier, MT

Glacier Park Lodge is one of America's classic national park lodges. Built by the Great Northern Railway during 1912 and 1913, this is a sister lodge to Many Glacier Hotel and Price of Wales Hotel, the latter of which is in Canada's nearby Waterton Lakes National Park. Although a short distance outside the park boundary, Glacier Park Lodge is closely associated with this spectacular national...

Death Valley, CA

The Inn at Furnace Creek is one of four lodging facilities in Death Valley National Park, one of the world's driest and hottest places. It is by far the most luxurious lodge in the park; in fact, it's one of the finest in any national park. The Pacific Coast Borax...

Moran, WY

Jackson Lake Lodge consists of an impressive central lodge building plus multiple-unit cottages where most of the guestrooms are located. The lodge rests on a bluff overlooking Jackson Lake and the scenic Teton mountains that fill views through huge glass windows in the hotel lobby, possibly one of the most impressive public rooms of any national park lodging facility. In fact, the word...

Sequoia National Park, CA

Wuksachi Lodge is the lone lodging facility in Sequoia National Park, one of the most scenic and underrated units managed by the National Park Service. Two additional lodging facilities operated by a different concessionaire are in neighboring Kings Canyon National Park. Sequoia is especially noted for its eponymous groves of giant trees. Although not as tall as California's related coastal...


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