Grand Canyon Lodging on Route 66

Situated on the longest stretch of highway left of the original historic Route 66, the Hualapai Lodge is the primary starting point for travelers looking to explore the raw Grand Canyon landscape via whitewater rafting, off-road touring, hiking, fishing, hunting, and more. Experience the historic charm of Route 66 and the unique culture of the Hualapai Tribe when you stay at this Peach Springs, Arizona hotel.

Peach Springs & Route 66

Native Hualapai Traditional Dancers

The Hualapai Lodge

Hualapai culture envelopes you as you pass through the doors of the Hualapai Lodge, which features 54 cozy rooms, an array of generous amenities, authentic Hualapai artwork, a gift shop with Hualapai art and gifts for purchase, and family-style dining at the Diamond Creek Restaurant. The warm, inviting atmosphere of our Lodge encourages visitors to begin and end their days by sharing their personal adventures in front of the specially crafted river-rock fireplace in the lobby.

Your Room

Make the Hualapai Lodge your home away from home in-between your Grand Canyon excursions. Choose from rooms with one king bed or two queen beds featuring all the necessities, including a desk; kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, and coffeemaker; sitting area; bathroom with tub or shower, hairdryer, and free toiletries; and iron and ironing board. Modern features in each room include a flat-screen TV with cable channels, telephone, alarm clock, and free Wi-Fi access. All accommodations are 100% smoke free and feature individually controlled heating and air conditioning for your comfort.

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Hualapai Lodge room interior
Hualapai Lodge's gift shop

Hotel Amenities

Our Peach Springs hotel has everything you need for a comfortable and pleasant stay. Enjoy the following amenities during your stay:

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • On-site restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Business center facilities and equipment
  • Lobby featuring guest computers and river-rock fireplace
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Concierge and tour/ticket services
  • On-site gift shop with mail services
  • Outdoor heated pool and jetted hot tub
  • Fully equipped fitness center
  • Recreational activities, including board games
  • Event facilities for up to 40 guests
  • Select pet-friendly rooms
  • ATM
  • Free parking
  • Multilingual staff
  • Close to gas station and convenience store with food and sundries

Home-Style Dining at Diamond Creek Restaurant

Delicious home-style cooking awaits you at our on-site restaurant. Diamond Creek is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, serving everything from omelets and salads to burgers and pizzas, plus dessert. If you’re really hungry, we recommend the Devastator Taco—a super-sized feast full of refried beans, taco meat, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, and salsa. This massive treat weighs in at almost 6 pounds, and if you can eat it in 60 minutes or less, you get a t-shirt and your photo on the wall of fame, plus your meal is free!

Diamond Creek Restaurant interior
Iconic Route 66 sign

A Little About Route 66

This famous highway stretched from Chicago, Illinois to Santa Monica, California, covers a total of 2,448 miles. It’s been recognized numerous times in pop culture, including the hit song “(Get Your Kicks on) Route 66” and the Route 66 television show in the 1960s. While it was officially removed from the U.S. Highway System in 1985, multiple sections are now designated as a National Scenic Byway named Historic Route 66. The Hualapai Lodge humbly retains the charm of when Route 66—the “U.S. Mother Road” of the 30s and 40s—was a main passage from East to West, and is the gateway to the breathtaking drive on the only road leading to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.