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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
Free Internet
Breakfast Available
Non-Smoking Hotel
Public Wifi
Room features
Accessible rooms
Non-Smoking Rooms
Refrigerator in room
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Full view
51Somewhat walkable
Grade: 51 out of 100
17Restaurantswithin 5 miles
32Attractionswithin 5 miles
100Room tips
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Watching the sun rise over Bryce Canyon is an unforgettable experience, and here you will be just 2 minutes’ walk from Sunrise Point, where everyone gathers at dawn; also, 2 minutes’ walk to the Queen’s Garden trail, the Navajo Loop, the Rim Trail, and a shuttle bus to
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The very best thing about the Lodge is its location. In addition to daily activities, we enjoyed being able to walk to Sunrise Point and Sunset Point at the appropriate times. That is not nearly as easy to do if you are staying outside of the park. We were not in the main
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We stayed in one of the cabins for three nights and absolutely loved the cabin! Very cozy and amazing to be right next to the rim of Bryce Canyon. We put the fire on at night and enjoyed the quiet evenings with the star filled sky. As others have mentioned there is really no
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The Sunset Unit that's open during the winter is a great place to stay. You're right there in the park and a few minutes walk from the rim. The rooms are very nice, the staff was super friendly and the price is very reasonable. We had a wonderful time and really enjoyed to
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This hotel was very sad. Rooms were plain and in need of a good cleaning. Linens were thin and the sheets didn’t fit the bed and wouldn’t stay on. Found ourselves waking up at night sleeping on the bare mattress. We stayed four nights and two of those days the room wasn’t
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Response from Ken E, General Manager at The Lodge at Bryce Canyon
Responded Dec 28, 2018
I'm sorry that you had a bad experience. Are you sure that you stayed with us inside the park in Sunset Hotel and if so could you contact me directly at 435-834-8710? Thanks,
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Western cabin 2 queen beds - Lodge at Bryce Canyon
I don’t remember a safe in the lodge rooms.
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Hi! You can get all the contact information from their web-site Tried to paste a link, but Tripadvisor doesn't allow links. We really recommend staying at the Lodge. Enjoy!
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Bryce Canyon is a beautiful park to see. While in the area, I would also see Zion National Park and the Page Arizona area. The North Rim of the Grand Canyon isn't open yet so that wouldn't be available. Safe travels.
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Cost for 2 seniors in March
"The "Western Cabins" seem to be the most luxurious"
"No elevators, no tv, but you have all the entertainment you need on site."
"We had a suite in the lodge which was very nice"
"Sunrise Lodge, closer to main building."
"Choose the western cabins!"
$286 - $366 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Bryce Canyon Lodge
United StatesUtahBryce Canyon National Park
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