This hotel near the bottom of the Grand Canyon, in the native american village of Supai, is very nice place to stay for a few days when hiking along Havasupai Creek between Supai and the Colorado River. There are several really nice water falls in the area with wonderful swimming and wading opportunities. There is very little motorized traffic in Supai (besides the very few golf carts and a dump truck or two that are brought down by helicopter) so the atmosphere is very peaceful. We had no television in our room and the amenities are very basic as are the rooms but the price is very reasonable (we paid only $320 for the four of us and stayed there for two nights before we moved down the the campgrounds that exit further down Havasupai Creek.)There are two squares in Havasupai and one must pass through the first square (with the post office next to a general store) and past a school into the second square to arrive at the Havasupai Lodge. We arrived after the lobby closed but there was a young couple just outside the lobby who told us to knock on the door and we will be taken care of. It took just two or three minutes to receive our key and get to our room which was just around the lobby and across a grass courtyard area. The room is very basic but it was strictly for sleeping because no one comes to Supai to stay in a hotel room. The nights here are wonderful with the bright red cliffs surrounding the village and the bright moon illuminating them behind the trees and the quiet!! There are no televisions or radios blaring out sound at all. The only TV that we saw was in the lobby area where the family lives and runs the lodge. This was a magical stay for us.
- Also Known As:
- Havasupai Hotel Supai
- Havasupai Lodge Supai, Arizona