Since there are no other accommodations available without having to drive 40 minutes - this place has a leg up compared to the competition. We stayed in the Pioneer cabins and happened to have a handicapp accessible bathroom which equals a bathroom that is more than double the typical size.
The cabins themselves are cute and rustic with no wifi or tv - though that is fine considering we're at the grand canyon! There was a mini fridge and small coffee maker. There is no AC but with the high elevation the evenings are fairly cool - even in the middle of summer. The cabin and bathroom was quite clean.
The bed was a bit of an issue - we're used to sleeping on a queen bed - my wife didn't mind however the bed was also quite springy and firm so comfort while sleeping was an issue.
The actual Lodge itself is REALLY cool and an impressive structure. Decor inside is nice and western and the views from the lodge are amazing. For dinner, the restaurant is a bit overpriced considering the quality of the food. It wasn't bad but considering the price we had higher expectations. I can't complain about the breakfast and love eating eggs, bacon and coffee while taking in the amazing views of the canyon. Breakfast offerings include a menu or a buffett. We used both, pretty tasty.More