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My preference would be to stay inside the park, however, on my recent trip (just returned Friday), I was not able to get accommodations there. I booked our rooms at the Red Feather Lodge, just outside the park on Highway 64 (near IMAX Theatre). There is also a Holiday Inn Express there. Our rooms were fine. We had two queen beds in each room, very clean, and the staff was most accommodating. We asked to be moved to a handicap room for my mom (92 years old) and they accommodated us the next morning, as nothing was available that night. We paid $164.00 per night per room, which is about the same as we paid last spring in the park at the Maswik Lodge. I don't know if you can get anything in that area on Priceline. I did not try. The other option outside the park would be to drive to Williams, Az. I think it is about 70 miles away, but not sure. But we just wanted to stay closer for seeing the park, sunsets, etc. It was just more convenient.