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Grand Canyon Railway
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Travel Packages & Tours
Senior Escape Package
3 days / 2 nights

TOUR INCLUDES

Two nights at the Grand Canyon Railway hotel in Williams, Arizona.
First Class seating by train from Williams to the Grand Canyon.

Two Breakfast and two Dinner buffets at the Grand Depot Café Restaurant in Williams.

Ninety minute motorcoach rim tour at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Itinerary

Williams
Arrive in Williams anytime after 3:00 pm to pick up your vouchers and check in at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel. This three-star hotel is owned and operated by the Railway, and features an indoor pool and spa, workout room, and Spenser's Lounge, which has a 19th-century mahogany bar with a storied history.

Enjoy a complimentary dinner for your entire party at Grand Depot Café Restaurant as you spend your evening in rustic Williams. Take a stroll down Route 66, just two blocks south of the depot. At 6,800 feet elevation, you can enjoy the fresh mountain air.

Williams to Grand Canyon & Return
Enjoy a buffet style breakfast at Grand Depot Café Restaurant. Keep your eyes open because the Cataract Creek Gang has been known to frequent the restaurant in the morning. After breakfast, it's time for an old-fashioned showdown between the same Cataract Creek Gang and the Marshal. Be sure to check out the entertainment west of the train depot.

All aboard as the train departs Williams for the Grand Canyon! You'll travel the same 65-mile rail line that passengers first traversed more than a century ago, and enjoy the scenery as the elevation changes during the 2 hour and 15 minute trip. You'll arrive at the South Rim.

Upon arriving the South Rim, you get to go where automobiles can't; to scenic overlooks reserved for our Grand Tour. See amazing vantage points you otherwise wouldn't. The tour lasts approximately 1.5 hours and is narrated by a knowledgeable guide.

 

There will be time after the tour to walk around the Grand Canyon Village, relax on the South Rim, savoring the views, or hitting lunch either on the rim or one of the nearby lodges.

 

Later, you will reboard the Grand Canyon Railway for the relaxing and comfortable return trip to Williams. Upon arriving, you will again dine at the Grand Depot Café, a short distance from the train platform before you adjourn for the evening in the comforts of the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel.

Williams
Enjoy breakfast at Grand Depot Café the next morning, then it's off to your next destination. This concludes your Senior Escape.

Tariff

Valid through 2018

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Prices shown below are per person, based on occupany

 

Occupancy

Winter Season

Jan 4 - Feb 26

Spring Season

Feb 27 - Mar 26

Summer Season

Mar 27 - August 14

Fall & Holiday

Aug 15 - Jan 3

1 Adult
$368 per adult
$482 per adult
$534 per adult
$491 per adult
2 Adults
$272 per adult
$344 per adult
$370 per adult
$327 per adult

Children

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Every room has two queen size beds and can accommodate up to 5 people per room. Accordingly, we will automatically book the number of rooms needed to keep you under the 5 person per room limit. Additionally, while every attempt will be made to accommodate you at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel, alternate hotels may be used. Children rates apply between the ages of 2 - 15. Kids under 2 travel for free without a seat.

 

Prices are per person based on occupancy. Taxes and National Park entrance fees are NOT included in the base fares listed above.

 

Price, itinerary and terms are subject to change without notice

Upgrades: Please click on the links below for information about the different classes on the train. Upgrades are tabulated per paying passenger. Infants (under 2) are free. Taxes are not included.

First

Included

Dome
$30

Parlor
$65

Please contact us at:
Info@railsnw.com

 
Grand Canyon Railway Adventures

Come join us this year on one of our many exciting trips or tours to South Rim of the mighty Grand Canyon.

 

Given how quickly trains and packages book up, we recommend making your reservations as far in advance as possible.

 
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