Hualapai culture envelopes guests as they pass through the doors of this hotel that features authentic Hualapai artwork and performances. The warm, inviting atmosphere encourages visitors to begin and end their days by sharing personal adventures in front of the specially crafted river-rock fireplace in the lobby. The hotel is the perfect stop for travellers between Las Vegas and Arizona. It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and holds a AAA 2 Diamond rating. The themed hotel was renovated in 2010 and has a total of 55 guest rooms. The premises are air-conditioned and offer 24-hour reception and check-out services. Facilities also include a hotel safe and lift access. Guests can dine at this café and restaurant and there are conference facilities for business travellers. Moreover, guests can enjoy the convenience of keeping in touch via the wireless Internet access. Those guests who are arriving by car may park their vehicle in the hotel's car park.
The hotel is situated on Historic Route 66, the longest stretch of highway left of the 'Mother Road' of the 30's and 40's. The lodge is the starting point of a breathtaking drive on the only available road leading to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, just 30.5 km from this hotel. It is the primary starting point for travellers looking to explore the raw canyon landscape via white-water rafting, off-road touring, hiking, fishing, hunting and more.
This hotel features spacious oversized climate controlled rooms with all new Southwest Native style. Rooms feature premium bedding on double and king-size beds, televisions with satellite/cable TV channels and free wireless Internet access. Each room also has an en suite bathroom with shower, bath and hairdryer. Further amenities include a direct dial telephone, tea and coffee making facilities and an ironing set.
Activities at the hotel include Native American entertainment in the evenings (in the lobby), as well as Native American art on display. Guests can take a refreshing dip in the heated outdoor saltwater swimming pool and relax in the hot tub and on sun loungers. Guests can also work out in the gym during their stay. Furthermore, motor boating is on offer.
The Diamond Creek Restaurant is located right in the hotel; the reasonably priced menu features delicious and authentic Native American specialties such as the Hualapai taco and stew with fry bread, plus fresh grill items and all the favourite American menu selections. The staff welcomes special requests for dietary needs or discerning palates. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment at this hotel.
From Las Vegas head South on US-93 to Kingman, Arizona. Then travel east on I-40 for 6.5 km then east on US-66 for 75.5 km.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV
Iron and board
King size bed