The 121 room Grand Hotel (Tusayan) is less than 2 km from the entrance of the south rim of the Grand Canyon National Park. The lobby has a stone fireplace with comfortable seating and a grand piano. Guests have free Wi-Fi, a coffee from Starbucks and you can buy souvenirs in the gift shop located in the lobby of Hotel Canyon Star. Restaurant and Lounge serves food from the west such as steaks and ribs.
A very correct motel for independent travelers on a budget. It cost us $72.58 but four were able to sleep there. The owner is very friendly. Typical American motel with 20 rooms with TV, air conditioning and 2 queen beds. It is the cheapest accommodation and the best value. It seems that here you are not able to book. The ideal would be to stay at the few hotels or cabins of the park, near the edge of the canyon. If you travel in high season you might not find a room available and one ones you will find will be more expensive than in Tusayan. As I said, in high season it's best to book (if you go to others). If you don't, you run the risk of having to return to Williams, about 90 kilometers south, since there is no other nearest town.