25 Amazing Grand Canyon Airbnbs: Best Options Near the South and North Rims

Looking for a unique place to stay near the Grand Canyon National Park? There are a range of accommodations near the Grand Canyon. We have sorted through the noise and found the best AirBnBs near the Grand Canyon. Here is our guide to the best Grand Canyon AirBnB.

Please note that if you search Airbnb for rentals near the Grand Canyon, you will find an offering for a Holiday Inn Express and Yavapai Lodge. I’m not sure what is going on with these listings but you can get a much cheaper rate by booking via a hotel booking site or directly with the hotel.

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Quick Guide to Airbnbs near Grand Canyon National Park

South Rim of the Grand Canyon Airbnb Options

Best Airbnb to explore Northern Arizona: A-Frame Cabin with Mountain Views

Most Romantic Grand Canyon Airbnb: Ultimate Stargazing Dome House

Best Airbnb Glamping in Grand Canyon: Lotus Yurt

Best AirBnb for Stargazing: Ultimate Stargazing Dome House

Best Kid-friendly Grand Canyon Airbnb: Peaceful house with game room and hot tub

Best Grand Canyon Airbnb for larger groups: Grand Canyon Bungalow #4

Closest Airbnb to the South Rim: Grand Canyon Bungalow #4

North Rim of the Grand Canyon Airbnb Options

Most Romantic Grand Canyon Airbnb: Cane Beds Corral Glamping

Best Airbnb Glamping in Grand Canyon: Cane Beds Corral Glamping

Best AirBnb for Stargazing: Cane Beds Corral Glamping

Best Kid-friendly Grand Canyon Airbnb: Desert DreamzZz

Best Grand Canyon Airbnb for larger groups: Desert DreamzZz

Closest Airbnb to the North Rim: Cane Beds Corral Glamping

Airbnbs near Grand Canyon National Park- View of Grand Canyon

Map of the Grand Canyon Airbnbs of the South Rim

Best South Grand Canyon Airbnb for Glamping

Ultimate Stargazing Dome House

This dome tent has a see-through roof that allows you to taken in the dark skies near Grand Canyon National Park, an International Dark Sky Park. This 1 bedroom tent comes with 2 comfy chairs and a heated bed. The tent shares an outdoor shower and bathroom with another rental in the area but the two units are far apart for privacy. The rental comes with a fire pit and is perfect for a stargazing getaway.

While the bed is heated, this property may be a little cold during winter.

Accommodates: 2 People, 1 Bed

Amenities: Heated Mattress, Shared Bathroom, Fire Pit, Outdoor Shower, no wifi, limited cell service

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 30 minutes

Promising Review: I cannot stress how much I loved my stay here. It was peaceful, calm, and serene. The views were incredible; a view so clear I could see the Milky Way and multiple shooting stars. I would recommend this to anyone!

Price: $191 per night

Lotus Yurt

Enjoy a premium glamping experience with the Lotus Yurt. This yurt has a full-size bed with a foam mattress and two individual foldable floor mattress. The yurt comes with a small outdoor kitchen that includes a two-burner camping stove, french press, mini-refrigerator, pots, pans, and basic utensils. There is an outside shower with hot water and a composting toilet.

The Lotus Yurt sits on a 7-acre facility with several other units. The yurts are spaced out so everyone has piracy. The units run on solar power so electricity may be a little limited on cloudy days.

Accommodates: 4 People, 3 Beds

Amenities: Full-sized and two twin memory foam mattress, wood-burning stove, two-burner camping stove, mini-fridge, basic kitchen utensils, hot water, composite toilet, electricity, no wifi, limited cell service

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 30 minutes

Promising Review: This yurt has everything you need for a glamping experience! We did a 10 day road trip and this was our last stop before heading home and it was 100% worth it! So relaxing, beautiful views and awesome amenities. This spot was one of a kind and very happy we chose this spot! Thanks for having us! 🙂

Price: $161 per night

A quick note on the photos, the yurt is shown with a stargazing roof, this has since been removed due to weather-related leaks.

Nomad’s Pad Glamping Facility

Nomad’s Pad is an off-grid glamming facility near the Grand Canyon. They operate 4 tents in northern Arizona. Their cute canvas tents have a PVC tent floor with a heavy-duty zipper groundsheet. The tents have roll-up sites to allow for airflow and mosquito nets to prevent bugs from getting in. On colder nights a small propane heater is available. All four tents have two beds, one queen and one twin. They can sleep up to three people. The tents come with a bare-bones kitchen with a stove, dishes, silverware, pots, and pans.

The facility is located on a private ranch and the tents are at least 500 feet apart. The ranch offers panoramic views and radiant starry night skies. The property relies on solar energy, propane, or batteries. The bathroom and outdoor shower are shared between the tents. The toliet is a porta potty, which is professionally serviced once a week. The outdoor shower has hot water. Please bring your own firewood, drinking water, food, and a sense of adventure.

Dreamer Tent

Accommodates: 3 People, 2 Beds

Amenities: Mosquito Screens, Porta-Potty, Shared outdoor shower, Hammock, Fire Pit with a grill grate, Queen Bed, Twin Bed, no wifi, limited cell service

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 30 minutes

Promising Review: A retreat located in the middle of the Arizona desert where you can truly be one with nature, but at the same time have a touch of modern convenience. I camped here in the dead of winter, at -5C and still felt comfortable in the tent. There is propane heater provided and lots of blankets, sleeping bags, and cooking utensils. Outside, you’ll find a nice fire pit (firewood not included) to keep yourself warm. The place is located off the beaten path, and you will have to drive through some fairly easy dirt roads to reach it. But once you get there, you’re greeted by silence and at night, the stars shine bright.

Price: $149 per night

Grand Nomad Tent

Accommodates: 3 People, 2 Beds

Amenities: Mosquito Screens, Porta-Potty, Shared outdoor shower, Hammock, Fire Pit with a grill grate, Queen Bed, Twin Bed, no wifi, limited cell service

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 30 minutes

Promising Review: We had such an amazing experience with my boyfriend! I had never done anything like this and everything turned out great! We wanted to visit the South Rim of the Grand Canyon and felt like this was the closest besides actually being at the South Rim where there was a lot of people and we didn’t want to stay at a hotel. We wanted to experience some type of camping. The drive to the Grand Canyon is about 40 minutes and it’s a very easy and straight drive (once you get to the highway) but to get to the Airbnb you definitely need a bigger car like a mini SUV or truck to get through the rocky, bumpy road which is about 10 min starting from the highway. There were many amenities in the room but we felt like we also came very prepared too. The host was quick to respond and very nice! The only bummer for me was not being able to experience the hammock at my tent which was broken before we even got there but thankfully our money was returned for not having that amenity. The shower was great! Clean and it had hot water. The bathroom was a porta-potty which had not been cleaned, and since it was hot, it was extra smelly. I just would have liked it cleaned out before we had gotten there or provided two of them for more options. But I understand that this is part of the glamping experience. Besides those things, the place is surreal and magical and I totally recommend staying here if you’re looking for an isolated experience and like me not very experienced in camping but curious to try somnothing close to it! Thanks Grand Nomad! We hope to come back!

Price: $149 per night

The Stargazer Tent

Accommodates: 3 People, 2 Beds

Amenities: Mosquito Screens, Porta-Potty, Shared outdoor shower, Hammock, Fire Pit with a grill grate, Queen Bed, Twin Bed, no wifi, limited cell service

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 30 minutes

Promising Review: Exactly as advertised. A Yurt with some character. The sunrises and sunsets here can only be beaten at the Canyon. Dishes, cooking stove, port-o-potty, surprisingly awesome working shower (warm water), and a hammock here and there—all supplied. Minor wear and tear as to be expected (tent zippers, etc). Would come back.

Price: $149 per night

The Bohemia Tent

Accommodates: 3 People, 2 Beds

Amenities: Mosquito Screens, Porta-Potty, Shared outdoor shower, Hammock, Fire Pit with a grill grate, Queen Bed, Twin Bed, no wifi, limited cell service

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 30 minutes

Promising Review: I would highly recommend staying here during your trip to the Grand Canyon. If you didn’t bring your camping gear, wanted to experience glamping, or just wanted a less commercial experience in Arizona, this place is for you. Extremely comfortable bed, thoughtful touches, and well spaced tents (far enough to feel comfortable, but close enough you can meet fellow campers if you want)..

Price: $149 per night

Lucy the 50’s themed Airstream

The Lucy Airstream is a retro ’50s Coca-Cola themed Airstream trailer nestled on 13 acres. The trailer has authentic 50’s memorabilia. The trailer is off-grid and provides nature views. There are a few other rentals in the area but the units have been spaced out for privacy. The unit comes with a full-sized bed and a twin air mattress to accommodate a third person is available upon request.

The Lucy Airstream has solar-powered electricity and nighttime power is limited. The unit comes with a small fridge and stove for cooking. There is no wifi and limited cell service at the site.

Accommodates: 3 People, 2 Beds

Amenities: Hot water shower, full-sized bed, twin bed upon request, water is available, pet friendly, stove, fridge, basic cooking utensils

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 30 minutes

Promising Review: Beautiful place to stay if you’re visiting to see the Grand Canyon!!! The Airstream was really cool, and Chris was so nice to talk to, and very helpful, I texted him at 10:30PM and he responded immediately and gave me a new propane tank for the heater. The night sky is INCREDIBLE!!!! We star-gazed all night while having a campfire. Highly recommend A++

Price: $88 per night

Grand Airstream

The Grand Airstream is a retro-chic airstream outfitted with everything you need for a glamping adventure in the Grand Canyon. The Airstream has a full-sized memory foam mattress with a twin bed and twin foldable floor cot. The kitchen includes a two-burner stove, french press, mini-refrigerator, pots, pans, and basic utensils. There is an inside shower with hot water and a composting toilet.

The Grand Airstream sits on a 7-acre facility with several other yurts. The units are spaced out so everyone has piracy. The Airstream run on solar power so electricity may be a little limited on cloudy days.

Accommodates: 4 People, 3 Beds

Amenities: Full-sized memory foam mattress, two twin-sized foldable floor cots, heat, two-burner camping stove, mini-fridge, basic kitchen utensils, hot water, composite toilet, electricity, no wifi, limited cell service

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 30 minutes

Promising Review: We had such a wonderful time glamping for my first time in this adorable vintage Airstream! The outside deck was so nice at night. Surprisingly, the bed and bedding were super cozy! I slept great!I’ve stayed in beautiful homes with less comfort! Nice calming decorating touches throughout the trailer made the experience very relaxing! Would recommend!

Price: $189 per night

Airstream with Amazing Views

The Link Airstream is a cute Airstream trailer nestled on 13 acres. The trailer is off-grid and provides nature views. There are a few other rentals in the area but the units have been spaced out for privacy. The unit comes with a full-sized bed and a twin air mattress to accommodate a third person is available upon request.

The Link Airstream has solar-powered electricity and nighttime power is limited. The unit comes with a small fridge and stove for cooking. There is no wifi and limited cell service at the site.

Accommodates: 3 people, 2 beds

Amenities: Hot water shower, full-sized bed, twin bed upon request, water is available, pet friendly, stove, fridge, basic cooking utensils

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 30 minutes

Promising Review: What a FANTASTIC trip!! Link was SO magical and so cozy! We absolutely loved our trip. Chris and Lorren were so quick to respond to any needs we had and were so nice! Very accommodating! I highly recommend staying here! It was the perfect escape from the big city and the night stars were probably the most incredible stars I have ever seen! We will definitely be back 🙂

Price: $90 per night

Off-Grid Tiny Home

The Off-grid Tiny House is a great place for a private getaway and has no neighbors. This is a cozy little home is perfect for escaping the busy tech-filled world and just sit around the campfire and enjoy the view and take in the dark skies. This tiny home has 2 beds and can accommodate up to 3 guests.

The Off-grid Tiny House is a minimalistic place with limited solar power. There is no running water on-site so you will need to bring your own water. You will need to bring your own bed linens, pillowcases, towels, toilet paper and blankets. The toilet is a standard porta-potty and solar shower. There are a charcoal grill and fire pit but no charcoal or fire woods is provided. You will need to clean the tiny house before you leave.

It should also be noted that this property is on a dirt and rocky road and during wet or snowy conditions 2WD vehicles may find the driveway impassable.

Accommodates: 3 People, 2 Beds

Amenities: Coffee Maker, Fire Pit, Solar Shower, Charcoal Grill, Cleaning supplies, Pet friendly, propane heater, full-sized bed, twin bed, no wifi, limited cell service

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 30 minutes

Promising Review: This place was great – everything was as advertised or better. It was easy to find, the porta potty was clean and in good condition, and the bed was comfortable. The night sky was spectacular! I would recommend this to anyone looking for a glamping experience

Price: $82 per night

Pioneer Camper

The Pioneer Camper is a 5th wheel camper parked in a small mobile home park. The camper has water and electricity. There is room for six people. There are 1 queen bed and 2 double beds. The camper comes with a fully equipped kitchen and a main living area that includes a couch that pulls out into a bed, TV, and a built-in stereo. The mobile home park is quiet and there are picnic tables and gazebos available for your use.

Accommodates: 6 People, 3 Beds

Amenities: WiFi, queen bed, 2 double beds, stove, microwave, fidge, dishes, sliverware, pots, pans, BBQ grill, TV

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 30 minutes

Promising Review: The space was stylish and clean, we had to book it last minute due to change of camping plans, and it make for the perfect stay! It was close to the Canyon, and in a peaceful and quiet neighborhood.

Price: $140 per night

South Grand Canyon Airbnb Homes to Rent

Grand Canyon Bungalow #4

The Grand Canyon Bungalow is a perfect Grand Canyon base for larger groups. This 3 bedroom place offers 1 full bed and 4 twin beds with 2 bathrooms. The bungalow is located 1 mile from the south entrance and offers wifi and cable TV. There is a full kitchen in this rental.

The Grand Canyon Bungalow is nestled in a small forest of Ponderosa Pines and wildlife is often seen in the backyard. There is no AC in the unit but fans have been provided.

Accommodates: 6 People, 3 Beds

Amenities: Cable TV, Wifi, Bathroom with hot water, washer, stove, fridge, kitchen utensils, 1 full bed, 4 twin beds, BBQ grill

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 5 minutes

Promising Review: Perfect location to get in and out of South Entrance of Grand Canyon. Adequate parking, sleeps six comfortably. Kitchen was cozy but well stocked with cookware and tableware. Although there’s no AC, Marty provides plenty of fans which keep the air moving. Perhaps the best part was Marty’s communication. Whether it was answering questions or providing suggestions, we really benefited from his help. The smell of pines and the sounds of nature surround this park, at night the stars are amazing! Plus we saw three elk in the backyard!

Price: $193 per night

Grand Canyon Bungalow #3

The Grand Canyon Bungalow is a good Grand Canyon base for larger groups. This 3 bedroom place offers 1 full bed and 4 twin beds with 2 bathrooms. The bungalow is located 1 mile from the south entrance and offers wifi and cable TV. There is a full kitchen in this rental.

The Grand Canyon Bungalow is nestled in a small forest of Ponderosa Pines and wildlife is often seen in the backyard. There is no AC in the unit but fans have been provided.

Accommodates: 6 People, 3 Beds

Amenities: Cable TV, Wifi, Bathroom with hot water, washer, stove, fridge, kitchen utensils, 1 full bed, 4 twin beds, BBQ grill

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 5 minutes

Promising Review: Perfect location to get in and out of South Entrance of Grand Canyon. Adequate parking, sleeps six comfortably. Kitchen was cozy but well stocked with cookware and tableware. Although there’s no AC, Marty provides plenty of fans which keep the air moving. Perhaps the best part was Marty’s communication. Whether it was answering questions or providing suggestions, we really benefited from his help. The smell of pines and the sounds of nature surround this park, at night the stars are amazing! Plus we saw three elk in the backyard!

Price: $193 per night

Happy Happy Joy Joy Bed and Breakfast

The Happy Happy Joy Joy Bed and Breakfast is a European style B&B located near the south rim of the Grand Canyon. The B&B sits on 20 acres of land with a backyard that is a Certified Wildlife Habitat with the National Wildlife Federation. Each room has space for 2 people. The rooms come with 1 bed. Normally, guests share a bathroom but in light of recent events, guests now have a private bathroom.

The Happy Happy Joy Joy Bed and Breakfast is a full bed and breakfast. Every stay includes breakfast. Breakfast ranges from homemade banana bread to a sit-down southwestern style breakfast. The B&B owners have a dog and cat so if you have bet allergies this may not be the best place for you to stay. While there is a kitchen in the B&B, guests are not allowed to use the kitchen due to county regulations.

Accommodates: 2 People, 1 Beds

Amenities: Breakfast, queen bed, full bath,

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 20 minutes

Promising Review: This is a great place to stay if you’re looking for the comfort of home near the Grand Canyon. Quiet and peaceful property that’s still a short drive to town. The bed was super comfortable and we really enjoyed star gazing from their back yard patio. Also Steve and Sk are incredible hosts with great information on the canyon and they’re very flexible with travelers schedules. We had early mornings planned for hiking and skydiving and they accommodated our early starts with coffee made and breakfasts to go! We hope we are fortunate enough in the future to stay with them again!

Price: $152 per night

Rural Homestead at the Grand Canyon

This Rural Homestead is located on 20 secluded acres and is away from the Grand Canyon hustle and bustle. The homestead is a former cattle ranch that has been converted into a modern vacation home. The home has 3 bedrooms and beds for six guests. There are 1 queen bed, 2 twin beds, and one set of bunk beds. The spacious ranch house has a living room with a TV and fireplace. The kitchen is fully stocked with utensils to making cooking a breeze.

The Rural Homestead is located 30 minutes from the south rim and has minimal light pollution making for excellent star viewing. This house is pet friendly.

Accommodates: 6 People, 5 Beds

Amenities: Wifi, Bathroom with hot water, washer, stove, fridge, dish washer, kitchen utensils, fireplace, A/C, TV, 1 queen bed, 2 twin beds, 2 bunk bends

Distance from Grand Canyon South Rim Entrance: 30 minutes

Promising Review: Dmitriy’s place is great. IT IS RURAL. You will go from maintained dirt road to dirt road to dirtier/more difficult road. But it is well worth it. The value is great (especially given how many people can slee