This review is for the 'Western' town, not the lodgings (which we didn't stay at). This was the hokiest, lamest tourist attraction I've been to in a long time. Knock-off cowtown. Boring. Nothing to do. Boring views. The only half-decent thing about this was the food at the restaurant. It was ok... nothing special, but really, nothing about this 'ranch' was great. Skip this part on the Hualapai reserve.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hualapai Ranch located at Grand Canyon West is a wonderful place to unwind after a day of visiting Grand Canyon West or beginning a visit with a beautiful sunrise at the west rim of the Grand Canyon in starting an adventure on the West Rim of the Grand Canyon. The Ranch provides a western flavor with many cowboy actives that can be enjoyed by all. There is a dining hall where you will be able to enjoy western type cuisine and watch our entertainers during your meal. An overnight stay at a cabin includes an evening activity of making S'mores with the cowboys and listening to their stories around an open fire. Continental breakfast is included in the cost of the cabin. Please note, Hualapai Legacy tickets must be purchased by all Hualapai Ranch guests or guests staying in our cabins. This will give you access to our Hop-on-Hop-Off Shuttle to all viewpoints at Grand Canyon West, which include Eagle Point and Guano Point. Lunch, cold beverages, and snacks can be purchased on site. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Hualapai Ranch Hotel Grand Canyon National Park