Cameron Trading Post Hotel Lodge
If you are hoping to stay someplace to the east of the Grand Canyon, but not far away, Cameron Trading Post hotel lodge is the only place there is for miles. So if possible, make reservations.
Visitors often find the Cameron Trading Post hotel lodge while en route to their Grand Canyon or Lake Powell vacation. The Cameron dining room is decorated with an array of Native American Indian art, displaying weaving, basketry and carvings. The restaurant is known for its famous Navajo taco.
The Cameron Trading Post gift shop sells inexpensive trinkets that are different from the usual finds in other souvenir shops. The gift shop also features gorgeous local rugs in a museum type display.
In a way, Cameron Trading Post becomes a destination, not just a room for the night.
The spacious rooms invite you to enjoy all the lodging amenities during your visit to the Southwest. Each room has a Southwestern décor with hand-carved furnishings. Rooms have cable TV, Wi-Fi, coffee maker, telephone and air conditioning. The large luxury suites feature a separate living area and kitchenette.
$80 – $190
Please note: These prices are rack rates and only meant as guidance for pricing. Please call hotel for exact rate.