Hotels

Where You Stay Makes All the Difference

After a day of traveling you want to relax at a comfortable, clean, and attractive hotel. We select hotels with the best guestrooms (always with a private bathroom), service, and quality for the value. We prescreen and select hotels that are mainly superior tourist-class (ST) and tourist-class (T), but we also feature moderate first-class (MF) and some superior first-class (SF) or moderate-deluxe (MD) hotels. In remote areas in North America, hotels may not be available in these categories, so we choose the best available (BA) hotels. In this brochure you’ll find selected hotels and lodges in our national parks-notated with (NP).

Each hotel is rated by our quality controllers following standards set by the independent Hotel & Travel Index and by state or provincial tourist boards. Hotels are listed on itinerary pages, although it may be necessary to substitute with an alternate hotel of equivalent standard. Your travel documents will list hotel addresses with telephone and fax numbers, plus you can find more details on our website.

Triple Room Discount

In North and South America, rooms are offered at a reduced rate when three people traveling together share the same accommodations. Triple room reductions, when available, are listed on itinerary pages. Please note: a triple room is usually the same size as a twin room. It will have beds to accommodate three; however, we cannot guarantee that there will be three separate beds. If there are only two beds, a rollaway bed may be requested but also cannot be guaranteed.


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