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My husband, myself, and our three kids stayed here twice on our Route 66 road trip this summer. Our first stop there, we stayed two nights in railcar 3. It was wonderful and very spacious for our family of five. We had a private parking...More
This unusual little motel dates from the heyday of Rt. 66. I've stayed here a couple time on car club drives on the Rt. 66 Fun Run. The Canyon Motel not the Waldorf, but it is kitschy, quirky, quaint, quite fun. I'm a mild rail...More
We were not in town to visit the Grand Canyon, just some AZ natives looking for a close to home adventure. My 4 year old son loves trains, so I thought how perfect to spend the night in a caboose. We all (esp. my son)...More
We recently visited the Grand Canyon, but were unable to park our trailer at the Grand Canyon to stay overnight. We decided after our visit we'd just keep driving until we found some place suitable to stay the night. We happened upon the Canyon Motel...More
We have stayed at the Canyon Motel various times over the last 5 or more years. We have never been disappointed with the service or "neighbors" in adjoining rooms.
One of the nice things about this motel is the rooms. They are comfortable, clean, good...More
Response from Cedar_Park_chump | Reviewed this property |
The air conditioning was probably not strong enough to get the room ice box cold, but it met our needs. If we remember correctly. The big advantage to being in Arizona is that you don't have to worry about the humidity. I... More
The air conditioning was probably not strong enough to get the room ice box cold, but it met our needs. If we remember correctly. The big advantage to being in Arizona is that you don't have to worry about the humidity. I would book to stay there in August.
Response from Shirley Y | Property representative |
Yes we sure do... we are surronded by the Kaibab National Forest and most of our guests love to take there pets into this area. This is Mother Natures backyard and pets can run free here and enjoy themselves!
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