This is hands-down the most adventurous way to travel to the Canyon. It will take you from grassy meadows to mountain passes, ... More
Grand Canyon Railway
This is hands-down the most adventurous way to travel to the Canyon. It will take you from grassy meadows to mountain passes, and back into history. Trains depart from historic Williams Depot each morning. During the one-and-a-quarter-hour journey, passengers are treated to live music and Wild Western entertainment. The train departs the Williams Depot at 10a, arrives at the Grand Canyon at 12:15p., departs the Canyon at 3:30p and arrives back in Williams at 5:45p. Reservations should be made well in advance.
The quaint, touristy town of Williams comes alive during the holidays with festive activities and shops. Stroll the main street,
which features a look of yesteryear, draped in dazzling holiday lights after dark on weekends. Friendly light, decoration and ...
Hidden away in the small town of Williams, this mountain lodge features nine affordable, quaint guest rooms. Accommodations include such
amenities as queen sized beds, private baths, televisions and VCRs. Guests assemble for breakfast and conversation at "Special D's," ...
On I 40, 58 mi south of the Grand Canyon. Amenities:Television (Cable/Satellite). Daily Maid Service. Telephone. Balcony/Terrace. Non Smoking Rooms.
Hotel Details:4 Rooms / 2 Floors. Built in 1897. Smoke Alarm in Rooms. Common/Public Areas Accessible to Wheelchairs. Business ...