The El Tovar is a National Historic Landmark close to the Grand Canyon and retains its elegant surroundings that take you back to a previous era.
Since 1905 when the El Tovar Hotel opened at, what was then, the end of the Santa Fe railroad line and it has been considered to be one of the most graceful hotels west of the Mississippi. The hotel has hosted such luminaries such as Theodore Roosevelt, Paul McCartney and Albert Einstein as well as many others. The El Tovar is on the south rim of the Canyon in the Grand Canyon Village; one of the most popular hotels in the area, early booking is essential if you want to stay in this "jewel" in America's most popular National Park. Parking is available free of charge.
El Tovar has 78 rooms many of which are suites. Due to the historic nature of the hotel no two rooms are alike, which gives the hotel distinctive charm. There are 12 hotel suites, each one with a unique name, identity and decor. For example the Zane Grey Suite with sitting room and balcony, appointed with unique wall art specific to the author. All accommodations include television with limited cable, in-room coffee maker, safe, telephone, full bath and air conditioning.
Standard rooms have one queen or one double bed.
Deluxe rooms have either one king bed or two queen beds.
Suites have a bedroom with either one king bed or two queen beds, and a sitting room. Several of the suites have a porch or balcony.
Why We Like It
Its position and its history.
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