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COMPASS FOUR CORNERS U.S. A grand group of Grand Canyon lodging options If Grand Canyon National Park is on your radar for 2018 (and really, why wouldn’t it be?), have we got some lodging options for you. Following a day of sightseeing and soaking in views of the orange- and red-hued canyon walls, your groups can get a good night’s sleep at any of the following six NTA-member properties. Four are located at the South Rim, and the other two are in Williams and Flagstaff, still within easy driving dis- tance of the park. Best Western Premier Grand Canyon Squire Inn GRANDCANYONSQUIRE.COM This resort-style Best Western property in Tusayan offers easy access to the South Rim. When guests stay at the AAA Three Diamond hotel, they can enjoy three on-site restau- rants, two lounges, a pub, a bowling center, an arcade, and indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs. There are 318 guest rooms, which range from traditional and deluxe rooms to suites. NTA contact: Freda Rahnenfuehrer | Fairfield Inn & Suites Flagstaff East Kelcy Hambsch | This new property is the first Fairfield-branded hotel in the Flagstaff area. Located just off the interstate, it has 71 rooms—with 28 suites—spread over four floors. In addition to a pool and a fit- ness center, guests can enjoy a free breakfast, which includes hot choices like oatmeal, sausage and scrambled eggs, as well as fresh fruit, cereal and yogurt. Newly Renovated • Native Plant Garden • Beautiful Colorado UTE INDIAN MUSEUM a Community Museum History Colorado 34 March 2018 Call today to schedule your tour! 970-249-3098 •