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Hualapai Lodge

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The hotel is fine and the people are great, but if you're looking for a good night's rest, look elsewhere. The train tracks are frequently used -- and each time they pass they blow their horn. That's about every 30 minutes through the dead of night. Around 4:30am or so, it happened every 15 minutes. When you check in the front desk gives you complementary ear plugs.

Spacious clean and comfortable room the only drawback are the trains going by every so often but once you are asleep you don't notice them

The facilities appeared brand new. The room smelled heavenly and was very, very clean. The only thing that could have been cleaner was the carpet but that goes for all hotel rooms. Those that complained about train noise in other reviews must have gone to bed early. Granted the noise was loud because the tracks are "right there" but once we turned the tv off, we never heard them. My hubby paid the extra $5 for a "warm" breakfast and he bragged about it until dinner time! If you like a hearty breakfast, splurge. We would most definitely stay again. Be advised, we had no cell or internet service but they do have internet service on-site. Lastly and very important to us, the hotel is pet friendly.

I was a little worried before i went there cuz it was the only hotel in peach springs and didnt have any other options. Normally i only stay 4 or 5 stars. But the lodge was actually not that bad at all. Staffs were very friendly and even food at thier cafe was pretty good. Room was clean too.

Do not go unless you do not sleep at night anyway and

Nice lodge close to the Havasu Falls Trailhead. A very clean, well located lodge with restaurant and gift shop.

Surprisingly very good hotel in a middle of nowhere.

This place might look close to Grand Canyon. That is how we selected it. Checked google maps, found this to be close to the canyon and booked. There is at least 300 miles east or west before you can reach a canyon rim. For a hotel- very nice, clean rooms and good food. For location- Very close to a railway line, where a train passes every hour blowing horns during night. So not very happy with sleep.

Nice staff. Clean room. But store was closed at 3 pm. No place to order the dinner.

THe room was great and the front staff was also wonderful. Very disappointed that they shut down the cafe, the only place to eat (early this past Saturday). THe closest restaurant was 50 miles away. Not Happy about that

This was a perfect place to stay for the night before our drive to supai hilltop and 10 mile hike into the canyon. It was very clean, people were friendly, resteraunt was good. Great price too.

I spent 6 nights at Hualapai Lodge to volunteer on a wildlife sanctuary nearby. My stay was great; I was able to use the gym, use the laundry, access wi-fi in my room, and eat at the restaurant (Diamond Creek). Since the location is in the middle of nowhere on Rt 66, I would advice to visitors who are planning to stay here to do their basic need shopping prior to arriving (e.g.: toiletries, tylenol/advil, feminine pads, that sort of stuff).

The hotel was two hours away from the skywalk. When we got to the hotel they told us that they had horseback and helicopter rides until 5:00 PM or 5:30 PM. We asked the front desk to let us borrow their phone becuase there is no cell phone reception. We wanted to make take sure they had horses etc. The lady said that they always had horses and that she new for sure we could get there in time. We drove two hours only to find out that the last rides were at 4:00 PM and we were five minutes late. manager said that they could not do anything for us because we were late. The next day when I told the same front desk person what happened she didn't apologize, she just said that they were told that everything was running until 5:30 PM. The other staff was nice. Continental breakfast was in included but for five dollars more you could include eggs and pancakes, etc. We could not get it because they had some kind of a problem. Be aware that there are no fast food restaurants or any other restaurants near by. The bedrooms were ok but the train comes by within a block and whistles until about midnight and early in the morning. So if you are trying to sleep in or go to bed early you will hear the whistle in your room.

Great pool and weather. We left early for the south rim and got most of the day to explore and see the sunset. Plan the rafting tour and it will take a day. We didn't plan a rafting trip but wanted to once we saw it was there. Next time for sure.

We totally enjoyed out one night's stay at Hualapai Lodge the night before hiking into Havasu Falls. We checked in around 4 pm and everything went smooth, friendly and quickly. The hotel was very clean and appears to only be around 5+ years old or recently renovated. The beds were nice and a/c was cold. The trains did pass every hour or so, but with ear plugs I slept like a king. We checked out at 3:20a.m. the next morning and headed out to Hilltop. We got to Hilltop in 1.5 hours and saw 6 elk which were each heading away from the road as they heard us from a safe distance. Out of the minimal hotels in the area, you WILL NOT finda better place to stay. Bring EEVERYTHING you need before getting to Peach Springs. There is NOTHING out here! The hotel grill provided a great dinner and was well worth the $.

We stayed at this hotel before and after our hike to havasu falls. Highly recommend as it is coy and comfortable after the hard trek. Complimentary breakfast gives you good fuel to take on the sites.

We stayed 1 night prior to hiking to Havasupai. The location was great for our needs (the trail head was a little over an hour drive away) but Peach Springs has pretty much nothing, the closest town is about 45 mins away. The hotel does have a pool and a hot tub and that was nice; we didn't need a guest laundry but they had that as well (certainly would've been helpful if we had stayed here after our hike). The hotel was very clean and our room had a comfortable king bed. We were placed in a room on the road side of the hotel and could hear the trains when we were awake but they didn't bother us while we were sleeping. The free breakfast was reasonable (coffee, juice, bagels, toast, cereal, yogurt, some fruit). Would recommend staying here if you have a reason to be in Peach Springs.

We stayed here overnight as part of our Grand Canyon hiking trip. It is a minimal motel that met our needs for a hot shower and a bed, we got what we needed and nothing more that being said the place was very clean and the beds were comfortable enough to supply the rest we so desperately needed after a 16mile hike that day . The location is great, staff upon check in lacked any hospitality but everywhere else were friendly and helpful. I loved that there was no tv not so sure my husband would agree

Hotel staff is always nice and the beds are so comfortable. I food there in their restaurant is good.