When it comes to lodging in Grand Canyon National Park, you have superb options. Every lodge in Grand Canyon has the rustic feel you’d expect in a place like this. Many are historic, including the imposing El Tovar Hotel, which is older than the park itself. Then there’s Bright Angel Lodge, with its stacked-stone fireplace that matches the arrangement of the rock layers in the canyon itself. Even visitors who aren’t staying in a Grand Canyon lodge make a pilgrimage to these historic inns.
L'Auberge de Sedona is a small hotel with a few "cabins" on the edge of Oak Creek. We stayed here in February a few years ago and it was one of the nicest places we've ever been to. Sedona has the most beautiful sunsets I've ever seen and the Grand Canyon is only about two hours away. Hiking through the Red Rock Park makes you feel like you're on another planet.