To achieve this level of quality the Lodge, over many months of transformation, has made vast improvements to the rooms and facilities such as adding flat-panel televisions, granite counter tops, new bedding and much more. Nine rooms have additional furniture upgrades that further reflect the Native American motif of the Lodge.
“It is great to see that the Hualapai have been recognized for all of the efforts in Peach Springs. Hualapai Tourism was recently recognized at the Arizona Governors Conference for their contribution to the Route 66 passport program. The Lodge is just one example of development in the community,” said Nancy Echeverria, Property Manager of the Hualapai Lodge. “The improvements to the Lodge and continuous growth of Hualapai Tourism have opened a lot of doors to present new experiences for our visitors.”
Also in US today, City.Mobi is celebrating the success of its new guide to Phoenix.
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