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How to Find the Best Hotels in Grand Canyon with Venere

Visiting something that is over 2 billion years old should be at the forefront of any avid traveler’s bucket list. Even if you don’t consider yourself a globe-trotter, it goes without saying that the Grand Canyon is one of the world’s most truly iconic, arresting and magical places to see. No matter how many photos you’ve seen, or how many travel accounts you’ve read, nothing prepares you for the sheer scale this natural megalithic wonder presents. At Venere, we pride ourselves on making your trip to this natural wonder as memorable and momentous as possible, finding the best Grand Canyon hotels in and around the land, so you can get out and get on with experiencing it for yourself. Whether it’s accommodation near the South Rim, or anywhere along the 277 miles the Colorado River runs through, we aim to deliver the most suitable hotel to suit your needs. Use our simple online search to find what you’re looking for, or call our experts who will be happy to help you find the perfect accommodation for your needs.

What’s the Grand Canyon Like?

If peace, tranquility and a rugged landscape are what you’re after, then look no further. There are a multitude of trails and paths to follow, each giving you a unique perspective that will stay with you for a lifetime. Grand Canyon hotels offer stunning views of its ancient landscape, offering a reminder of how far back our planet spans. Trekking the South Rim offers majestic views of the landscape. Take the blue route bus, then the red route bus to Hermits Bay for a scenic tour, getting off at Powell for a breathtaking walk that leads you back to the blue route bus. Picking your hotel wisely makes for an easier trip, as staying near the North Rim is a great way to enjoy a road less travelled and with fewer crowds to navigate through. There are cafes at many of the Canyon’s visitor center, so fueling up before you set out, or simply taking a break after a long and grueling day is an option.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Grand Canyon

A general rule when planning your trip is to book and plan well in advance. There are so many things to consider, like which routes you’ll want to tackle and what Grand Canyon hotels you’ll want to stay at as a result. One thing to bear in mind is the gargantuan size of the Grand Canyon. The Colorado River that runs through is 277 miles long, it’s a mile deep at its deepest point and spans 18 miles across its widest point, so planning is utterly necessary for a good trip. In summer months it can be incredibly hot, so taking enough water for your day trips is imperative to ensure you’re hydrated at all times. Conversely, in winter months, temperatures can plummet, so making sure you plan for each occasion goes a long way to ensuring a great trip. It is a natural wonder, so keeping in with local culture, keep your litter with you, as nobody wants you to spoil this natural phenomenon with your rubbish.