Address: P.O. Box 699, Grand Canyon, Arizona, 86023
89 rooms cabin/bungalow, Bright Angel Lodge, designed in 1935, has a natural, rustic character, and is a Registered National Historic Landmark. Designed by famed architect Mary E. J. Colter, it has always been a popular place to stay and the center of South Rim activity. Located just a few feet from the Canyon rim, Bright Angel Lodge is the check-in point for the world famous Grand Canyon Mule Rides.
Bright Angel Lodge has a family-style restaurant, which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Another option for lunch and dinner, the Arizona Room features Southwestern cuisine (please note due to the El Tovar Hotel closure, the Arizona Room will remain open for dinner all winter in 2005).
During the warm summer months, the lodge offers an old-fashioned ice cream fountain. You will find a transportation/activities desk in the lobby, as well as a gift shop, lounge, and history room. Accommodations consist of lodge rooms (TV not available, some without a private bath) and cabin rooms (all with television and private bath). All rooms are equipped with telephone and most have only one bed. Please note rooms with Canyon views cannot be guaranteed.