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Experience Grand Canyon Caverns Suite Stay 200 Feet Below Ground

For the adventurous spirit with a love of the outdoors, you can now stay at one of the most unique hotels in America. Located 200 feet below ground and beneath a working ranch, Grand Canyon Caverns offers an authentic western experience for travelers seeking something a little different. You can take tours deep into the caverns or stay in a suite that’s located within the largest dry caverns on earth. If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure with a twist, then this is definitely something you want to check out!

Grand Canyon Caverns

If you’re interested in staying in the Grand Canyon, but don’t want to rough it like a caveman (or cave woman), check out the only hotel located within the park. Located on the north rim of the canyon, Grand Canyon Caverns is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. The caverns date back 11 million years and were discovered by an early explorer named John Wesley Powell who was also responsible for discovering and charting much of the Colorado River.

The property offers rooms ranging from standard rooms or suites with full amenities including kitchens and private balconies (so you can enjoy both views). If you’re looking for something even bigger, they offer special packages such as weddings which include accommodations for up to 200 guests!

Grand Canyon Caverns Suite


The Grand Canyon Caverns Suite is a one-of-a-kind experience that takes you 200 feet below ground into an extraordinary suite carved out of the rock. This is the only suite in the world and it’s also located in Grand Canyon Caverns, which are the only caverns located within Grand Canyon National Park. When you stay here, you’ll have access to all of those things that make this place special: views of ancient rock formations, deep underground tunnels, and miles upon miles of time spent away from cell service (so you can really unplug).

The best part? You don’t even have to leave your room! The suite includes a microwave oven as well as dishes for two adults and two children up to 10 years old.

Grand Canyon Caverns Restaurant

The restaurant is a short walk from your suite. It’s located just outside the Caverns and has a spectacular view of the Grand Canyon. The building is made out of native rock and you can see it from far away. It’s also a great place for lunch or dinner, especially if you want something more than what’s provided at the suite.

Grand Canyon Caverns Tours


Take a guided tour to the subterranean depths of Grand Canyon Caverns. Tours are available for both individuals and groups and can be reserved online or by calling 1-800-843-6945. Tours are not wheelchair accessible, but wheelchairs may be rented at the entrance of the caverns. Pregnant women should not take these tours, nor should children under 6 years old.

Book your stay at the Grand Canyon Caverns suite 200 feet below ground.

To reserve your stay at the Grand Canyon Caverns Suite, call us at (928) 422-3223 #1. If you’re interested in a unique experience and even more so in being one of the first people to book a room there, we encourage you to do so soon! Once all the rooms are booked up (and they will be), we’ll move on to our next adventure.

In addition to booking information, I’ve included some tips and tricks for what to expect when staying 200 feet below ground:

  • When arriving at the cave entrance: please wear sturdy shoes as well as long pants or jeans. Also, bring a sweater or jacket depending on how cold it is outside during your visit. It can get chilly down there!
  • The rooms are relatively small but cozy; each one has its own bathroom with facilities for showering and washing up after exploring the caverns above ground. They also have TVs with DVD players so please consider bringing some DVDs if you’d like something new to watch during your stay here. There’s no Wi-Fi available at this time but if that’s important for any reason then perhaps consider bringing along an old radio so that way everyone can enjoy some music together while they relax inside their suites?
  • Breakfast is served daily from 7 am until 8 am sharp​–so make sure not to miss out on getting up early enough before heading out into town where there might be things worth seeing nearby like historical landmarks or monuments built by local families who lived nearly two centuries ago when settlers first came here looking for land where they could build their dreams into reality! You might even want to check out nearby attractions such as Bearizona Wildlife Park which features over 400 animals including tigers & lions

The Grand Canyon Caverns Suite stay experience is absolutely worth your time. The suite is a unique place to spend the night and it will be a story you tell for years to come. It was completely amazing and I can’t wait to go back!

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