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The Lodge at Bryce Canyon

1 Lodge Way, Highway 63, Bryce Canyon National Park, UT 84717
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
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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
Free internet
Public wifi
Horseback riding
Convenience store
Gift shop
Breakfast available
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Non-smoking hotel
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Interconnected rooms available
Private balcony
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Hair dryer
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Gdax wrote a review Nov 2021
Gulf Breeze, Florida231 contributions116 helpful votes
Lodge is located inside the park nestled in the trees behind the Rim Trail between sunset and sunrise point. The rooms are nice, and have a rustic charm. Not dirty but don’t expect marble floors. Easy check in. We stayed one night and arrived around 2:30pm. Got unpacked and cleaned up and enjoyed the sunset as we strolled around the rim trail. Woke up next morning and headed out to the Queens Garden - Navajo Loop trail then headed off to Zion. I can imagine this place is packed and highly reserved in the peak months but we had no trouble getting a reservation a few months ago.
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Date of stay: November 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Sancrg wrote a review Oct 2021
Baton Rouge, Louisiana61 contributions46 helpful votes
Hubby and I stayed one night on second floor in Sunrise Lodge. Staff member at check-in was extremely nice and helpful. Our room had a nice balcony overlooking trees that was relaxing after a long day of hiking. Staying in the park was priceless. We were able to easily walk to the rim to see the sunrise without having to drive in from somewhere else and stop in the room during the day for supplies, etc. Now the negatives: Room was very basic, there was no TV, and we could never get on wi-fi. There are no elevators, but we found this to be a trend as four of the five hotels on our trip had none. This wouldn't have been a problem if we weren't over packers! :) In spite of the room shortfalls, we would definitely stay here again for the convenience of being in the park. And if you can't get a reservation at first, keep checking back because they do have cancellations. My husband checked online every couple of days and got us a room a few days before our stay!
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Date of stay: October 2021
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Room Tip: Request first floor if you don't want to carry luggage upstairs
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chrisully11 wrote a review Oct 2021
Albany, New York110 contributions41 helpful votes
We recently stayed in one of the cabins at Bryce Canyon Lodge for one night. The cabin was located just a short walk from the canyon edge and we were able to park right in front of our cabin, both of which made getting around so much easier! The cabin itself was clean and the beds very comfortable. I would definitely recommend!
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
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Lorraine S wrote a review Oct 2021
Malverne, New York442 contributions46 helpful votes
We had the loveliest time at this lodge. The room had a back porch that was perfect for a drink or dining as we did after picking up dinner at the dining room. The location near the rim is amazing. Fabulous opportunity to walk right out for sunrise. We were so very happy to be in the gorgeous park instead of having to wait and drive in. Would not have been nearly as fun. Highly recommended!!
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Marshall J wrote a review Oct 2021
Bainbridge Island, Washington545 contributions150 helpful votes
When I made my reservation more than six months before our National Parks road trip, I assumed that getting a room here meant staying in Bryce's historic lodge -- not so (despite our reservation saying "lodge" room). It turns out the historic lodge no longer hosts guests. Our queen suite was a five-minute walk away in the Sunset Lodge (one of two such facilities on the lodge grounds; there are also historic cabins at greater expense and with more room than the two of us needed). There was still much to recommend our spacious and handsomely decorated room in Sunset Lodge. It could have been billed as National Park Lodge Room Updated. It was filled with fine art and Pendleton blankets, heavy Mission-style furniture, excellent top-drawer bedding. The bathroom was also spacious and well-supplied. A much-appreciated feature of our room was a large circular table with chairs that served as the setting for our to-go-only meals from the surprisingly good lodge restaurant on pandemic-altered operations. Also appreciated was the small balcony patio with table and two chairs that turned out to be an excellent place to watch the sun set through the whooshing pines and sip a glass of wine. Of course, the best part of Sunset was being on the lodge grounds and only a brief stroll to Bryce Canyon's rim pathway. That allowed us to easily enjoy both sunrise and sunset at the canyon -- a magical experience that probably would not have happened if we were staying farther away in Bryce City. Our queen room was expensive at $223 a night, but we felt strongly that it provided terrific bang for our bucks since it provided some of the fondest memories of our 3,500-mile road trip to all five of Utah's National Parks. One word of caution: Sunset and its twin lodge do not have elevators, so our second-floor room required lugging all our heavy road-trip luggage up some steep stairs. We felt the lodge company should invest some money and install an elevator in each of these lodges to better accommodate the many older guests on the popular National Parks' circuit.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Room Tip: Those with difficulties negotiating stairs need to reserve first-floor rooms.
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Lodge at Bryce Canyon
Which popular attractions are close to The Lodge at Bryce Canyon?
Nearby attractions include Bryce Canyon National Park (0.3 miles), Navajo/Queens Garden Loop (0.4 miles), and Inspiration Point (0.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Lodge at Bryce Canyon?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and free internet access.
What food & drink options are available at The Lodge at Bryce Canyon?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at The Lodge at Bryce Canyon?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Lodge at Bryce Canyon?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bryce Canyon Coffee Co., IDK Barbecue, and Stone Hearth Grille.
Are there any historical sites close to The Lodge at Bryce Canyon?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Ebenezer Bryce Cabin (4.9 miles).
Does The Lodge at Bryce Canyon have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the park view available here.
Is The Lodge at Bryce Canyon accessible?
Yes, it offers reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.