Which Grand Canyon Hotels and Lodging should I choose for my vacation? Posted on May 29, 2019 canyon chicago hotels Choose dallas hotels Grand hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels lodging private jet rental property travel travel vlog vacation 8 thoughts on “Which Grand Canyon Hotels and Lodging should I choose for my vacation?” If you are staying in the park forget Maswik Lodge. Change your reservations!Reply Williams is a crappy OLD tourist trap town that gravy trains Route 66 and the Grand Canyon. Well below average 60s and 70s era motel rooms are very overpriced. Flagstaff has much higher quality hotels for not much more money. Also, there are ZERO decent dining options in Williams. Crappy overpriced "themed" restaurants selling $9.00 burgers. Fast food choices are horrible.Reply Thanks for sharing this videoReply I like grand canyon very beautiful place in the worldReply I'm going to the Grand Canyon in September, from Chicago on the SOUTHWEST CHIEF, I will be staying at the Grand Canyon Railway. this is great info.Reply Train noise in Flagstaff is no longer an issue, train horns at the numerous crossings being the primary concern. Trains no longer use their horns except in emergencies while passing through Flagstaff. I've stayed in motels on 66 directly across from the train route and as I mentioned train noise isn't an issue and I'm a light-sleeper.Reply Is this a paid advertisement? I don't see the Red Feather Lodge mentioned and when one reads the reviews on Trip Advisor and other sites it is just as good (or bad one might say based on prices) as the others in Tusayan.Reply This video is extreemly helpful and well put together. Thanks for the information.Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.