Riding the rails to the canyon is just one part of an unforgettable Grand Canyon experience—because if you’re going to spend a day or two exploring one of the world’s great wonders, you’re also going to need some options for relaxing accommodations and delightful dining. Whether you need lodging at both ends of our line or you’re driving an RV, Grand Canyon Railway will take great care of you and even your pets! And with a variety of Grand Canyon vacation deals to choose from, we’ll also save you money in the process.
Experience the luxury of a bygone era at The Grand Canyon Railway Hotel. Designed to resemble the century-old train depot that housed the original Fray Marcos Hotel, our hotel offers guests comfortable lodging in a picturesque Western setting, and provides a relaxing retreat before embarking for Grand Canyon National Park.
Located just two blocks away from Route 66 and downtown Williams, The Grand Canyon Railway RV Park is one of the premier RV parks in the Grand Canyon-Flagstaff-Sedona area.Explore
The perfect choice for your journey into the heart of Grand Canyon Country. A stunning location just a 1/4 mile from the canyon’s edge, with comfortable, spacious rooms.Explore
Grand Canyon Railway’s state-of-the-art Pet Resort has 28 spacious rooms for dogs and 16 comfortable custom-made condos for cats. Our safe and secure pet resort will ensure that your furry friend has a great vacation, too!Explore
The Fred Harvey Restaurant is the ideal spot for tastes of all ages. Conveniently situated across from the hotel, it serves breakfast, lunch and dinner for Grand Canyon Railway passengers and patrons alike. The buffet-only restaurant features an expansive and fresh selection of traditional fare, as well as an evening carving station and pasta bar.EXPLORE
Cozy up to the bar at Spenser’s Pub, and enjoy a wide selection of pub-style food and thirst-quenching beverages. Located in the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, Spenser’s is the perfect place to hole up for a spirited evening of fun, especially during the warmer months when the doors are opened to the patio and the fresh mountain air.EXPLORE