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The Lodge at Bryce Canyon

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Located within Bryce Canyon National Park The Lodge at Bryce Canyon provides guests with the only lodging within walking distance of the trails and viewpoints of the hoodoos in Bryce Amphitheater. The Lodge at Bryce Canyon offers 40 Western Cabins, 70 motel style rooms, and 4 rooms within the Lodge building itself. The Lodge and cabins were designed by famous park architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood and built in the mid 1920’s. This National Historic Landmark is the only one of the Union Pacific Railroad’s original lodges still standing. The Lodge has a world-class dining room that is open to the public and while lighter fare at the Valhalla Pizzeria which is open during the busy summer months. After a meal stop in at the Lodge’s gift shop for souvenirs and then attend a Ranger-led program in the Lodge’s Auditorium. The General Store is a short walk from all lodging buildings and will provide hikers with all the snacks and maps they will need for their Bryce Canyon adventures.
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Free parking
Restaurant
Free Internet
Breakfast Available
Non-smoking hotel
Public Wifi
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Refrigerator in room
Accessible rooms
Non-smoking rooms
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Full view
51Somewhat walkable
Grade: 51 out of 100
17Restaurantswithin 5 miles
32Attractionswithin 5 miles
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We stayed in one of the cabins. True, there is no internet or TV, but we weren't there for that. We were there to see the incredible scenery! Loved the cabin - very cool to sit on the porch and have a very short walk to the rim to see the incredible ampitheater and hoodoos. The main lodge is historic, great gift shop and the restaurant was very good as well. We only stayed one night, wish we had more time!
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Loved this place! Food, service, info, room, housekeeping was awesome. What a wonderful place!shuttle drivers very friendly and helpful. Food delicious every meal and service was great. Enjoyed our stay here…
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There is no internet at this lodge in the rooms, as well as no tv. We were told that the "lobby" in the 2 story motels at the lodge have internet , there is no lobby there is a stair case landing, where you may get internet access. As soon as you leave the lobby the wi fi decreases. When entering your room forget about getting wifi. Now the room- there was mold in our bathroom, the bed sheets had holds and there is no light bulb in the room over 40 watts. The good - front desk staff are helpful, breakfast was good, and of course the shuttle for Bryce Canyon stops at the lodge. The lodge is surrounded by cedar pines with small trails/sidewalks in a beautiful setting. You can not see the canyon from the lodge.
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We stayed here June 2nd and 3rd. We were part of Insight tour group. Our room was clean, firm mattress, hot water - no Wifi and no TV which we knew ahead of time. We stayed at 7 National Parks and this was one of my favorite parks. Just a two minute walk to the Canyon - so breathtaking. On day 2 took a shuttle and did a 2.5 mile walk alone and felt very safe. Many people were on the trail. What a serene view. Loved the Hoodoos - We had dinner and breakfast at the lodge - I really can't remember - I think it was buffet style. Our second night we had a private dinner at Ruby's which is just outside the park. The dinner was a 4 -5 star dinner and the wait Staff were wonderful. This place has a hugh store with everything imaginable to buy. The prices are almost double what you would pay at a grocery store. I would definitely stay at Bryce Lodge again. Would love to hike additional trails there. I did hear that you have to book a year in advance to stay at the lodge. They were full including the camp grounds.
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This is a perfect location, literally walk out your front door and you can go and hike and see the canyon Room was very basic, bed not overly comfortable and the pillows weren’t great either No air conditioning as apparently it doesn’t get too warm but I could have done with some Good WiFi in the main building Helpful and friendly staff I would recommend the ranger talks, esp what goes bump In the night. We did feel a little isolated in the evenings unless you want to eat at the lodge restaurant you have a drive to get anywhere else However for what we wanted this was ideal as we were right on the canyons edge.
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PRICE RANGE
$292 - $361 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
bryce canyon hotel bryce canyon national park
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
Bryce Canyon Lodge
LOCATION
United StatesUtahBryce Canyon National Park
NUMBER OF ROOMS
114
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