Because there are just two lodging options adjacent to Grand Canyon West, many visitors wisely opt to stay in Kingman, just 73 miles from the entrance to Grand Canyon West.
Kingman is the ingress to northwestern Arizona, the central resting stop for travelers journeying east-west along Interstate 40. Kingman sits at the junction of I-40 with I-93 to Las Vegas, making it the kind of city that offers a variety of economical, highway stop style accommodations like motels and limited service hotels.
GRAND CANYON'S NEAREST AIRPORTS
Most visitors fly into Phoenix or Las Vegas and drive to the Grand Canyon. Learn how: See All Nearby Grand Canyon Airports »
PLANES, TRAINS AND AUTOMOBILES
Drive yourself or take a shuttle? Learn the transportation options for each Grand Canyon rim. See All Grand Canyon Transportation »
LAS VEGAS HOTELS
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WEST RIM SKYWALK TOURS
Venture out to Grand Canyon West by helicopter, airplane or bus; take a walk on the glass Grand Canyon Skywalk. See All West Rim Tours »