Historically, Supai Lodge has been just one step above a hostel. However, due to some flooding and the pressure to increase tribal income, the Havasupai Indians have upgraded their lodge and opened a separate unit farther up the canyon.
Now accomodations are what you would expect from a small, family run motel on Route 66. Rooms are simple, but have private bath. Electricity is usually reliable if the generator is not broken, and there is hot water...usually.
The lodge's rooms are fairly spacious and each has 2 queen beds, no television or telephone (though there is a pay phone at the Visitor's Center that works about half the time).
$125 per room, 2 double beds
These rates DO NOT include the $20 per person entry fee to the reservation. You must put down a $40 deposit via Mastercard, Visa, or travellers checks. You may also pay with any of the above or with cash, but NO personal checks are accepted here.
The lodge can arrange private horseback trips and tours.