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Grand Canyon Railway Hotel

Grand Canyon Railway Hotel
Grand Canyon Railway Hotel
Williams, AZ

The current Grand Canyon Railway Hotel was built in 1995 and was designed to resemble the historic Fray Marcos Hotel. The hotel opened as, and continues to be, the finest hotel in Williams. The Grand Canyon Railway Hotel sits across the lawn from the historic Grand Canyon Railway Depot. In keeping with the reputation of the original Fray Marcos Hotel for quality and service, the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel continues this fine tradition. A 107-room addition was completed in February, 2000 doubling the size of the property and added an indoor pool, jacuzzi and exercise room. A third addition was completed in March, 2004, adding 92 rooms and 10 suites.

Grand Canyon Railway Hotel now has 287 guest rooms and 10 suites. It has a heated indoor pool, a jacuzzi, a fitness room and game room complete with video games and pinball. There is also a playground outside of the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel for children.

Grand Canyon Railway Hotel has a lobby with maple wood balustrades, an enormous flagstone fireplace, and oil paintings of the Grand Canyon by local artist Kenneth McKenna. Adjacent to the lobby, you can enjoy fine spirits in Spensers Lounge. The lounge 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 historic train runs 65 miles from Williams to the Grand Canyon which takes approximately 2 hours 15 minutes one-way.

It takes about a hour to drive to the Grand Canyon South Rim from Williams, AZ.

Hotel Location: In Williams, 60 miles from Grand Canyon South Rim, Williams

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Grand Canyon Railway Hotel Location Map

235 North Grand Canyon Boulevard, Williams, AZ, 86046
Phone: 928-635-4010

Reservation Center: 800 241 6456

Location: in Williams, Arizona, about 60 miles from Grand Canyon South Rim

Green circle indicates hotel location on the map.

Direction: From the West (California/Las Vegas) I-40 to Grand Canyon Exit #165 - Turn right (south) go 1 mile to the first driveway on the right. From Phoenix I-17 to Flagstaff. From Flagstaff take the I-40 west to Grand Canyon Exit #165. approx. 28 minutes. Turn left at the end of the off-ramp (south) go 1 mile to the first driveway on the right.

Guest Rooms

All rooms at Grand Canyon Railway Hotel are non-smoking rooms. Family friendly. Comfortable yet functional. Grand Canyon Railway Hotel has 287 deluxe rooms adorned in a classical French revival with a southwest flair. Each room is approximately 327 square feet and features two comfortable queen beds, color TV with cable including HBO, an alarm clock to make sure you donít 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.

Grand Canyon Railway Hotel has 10 suites adorned in a Southwest decor with modern classic furniture featuring a cherry finish. Each suite is a comfortable 550-plus square feet and has a separate living area with a plush couch with pullout sleeper, chair and TV as well as a kitchenette with microwave, mini-refrigerator, coffee maker and wet bar. Bedrooms feature two comfortable queen beds, color TV with cable including HBO, desk and alarm clock. A spacious full bathroom with bathtub and shower also awaits you.


Indoor Heated Pool


a fitness room


Grand Depot Cafe
Across from the hotel and adjacent to the depot trackside sits Grand Depot Cafe. The 350-seat restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner for Grand Canyon Railway passengers and patrons.

Spenser's Lounge
Adjacent to the hotel lobby is the cozy Spenser's Lounge. Named after the artisan of the magnificent bar, the dark wood and rich textures of the room make it most comfortable. The lounge is further enhanced by the fine spirits and beverages that are served up. A 32-foot wide oil painting titled "The Trip" hangs above the room and depicts the mountain railroad. In the warmer months, the doors are opened to the patio and the fresh mountain air. In the cooler months, Spenser's is the perfect place to hole up and have an adult beverage.

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