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Chapel Hill
Reviewed September 17, 2014

We stayed in the cabins last time we visited and tried out the newer motel style rooms this time and they were great. The rooms are big and have actual chairs for sitting, the bathroom is big and well laid out and the balcony gave you an opportunity to get outside and enjoy the quiet. There is no elevator in...

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California
Reviewed September 17, 2014 via mobile

Stunning scenery, setting, accommodations and vibes! We stayed in a room in one of the buildings (sunset) and it was perfect. Second floor and we had a nice patio, two double beds, microwave, mini fridge, toiletries, etc. wake up and walk a few hundred feet to enjoy the sunrise- unbelievable! Go early in the area as the tour busses are...

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Yellow Springs, Ohio
Reviewed September 16, 2014 via mobile

We didn't stay in the lodge but had 3 meals here: 2 dinners and a breakfast. Each and every meal was wonderful. The food was great and the service was impeccable. Linda and Tad were our dinner servers. Linda was quick and efficient, and never let our water glasses go empty. Tad was super friendly and funny. He made the...

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3Thank Margaret F
Orlando, Florida
Reviewed September 15, 2014

Bryce Canyon Lodge can be described best as "comfort in the backcountry". Don't expect city Air-conditioning, breath in the cleanest air around. At between 6,000 to 9,000 feet, you will experience nature that is respected and promoted. One of this country's most interesting views among the clouds. This was at 7:00 AM U.S. Mountain Time when we reached the last...

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2Thank Richard S
Bartlesville, Oklahoma
Reviewed September 12, 2014

We were in the Sunrise Building. It had been recently renovated with charming decor and furniture along with a refrigerator and microwave. There is no cell service or WiFi at this location. You will have to walk 200 yards uphill to the main lodge building to use WiFi. You take the same walk to go to breakfast. The food was...

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Washington DC, District of Columbia
Reviewed September 10, 2014

Part of the excitement of our trip to the Grand Canyon and Bryce Canyon was the opportunity of staying at a log cabin. The log cabin at Bryce Canyon was a fantasy come true! Absolutely charming and with a gas fireplace that could be flipped on and off with just a switch. Freshly restored and redecorated to original 1930's look....

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4Thank CCR365
Westlake Village, California
Reviewed September 8, 2014 via mobile

The rooms don't have AC, so take a lower floor in summers. The rooms have a lot of character (read older) and no wifi (you weren't coming here for that anyways). Very close to Sunrise and Sunset points, maybe walkable. The restaurant in the lodge is also pretty good.

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3Thank ManeeshK
Wilton, Connecticut
Reviewed September 7, 2014

Let's call it like it is: Bryce Canyon Lodge was built in the 1920's and is a total throwback to a bygone era. It's rustic and even strangely hip. It is not luxurious, it is basic, kind of comfortable and you will not spend a lot of time in the rooms. We booked last minute and had 2 rooms in...

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3Thank Ctmom90
vandenberg village, ca
Reviewed September 4, 2014

Second trip to this lodge and it get's better each time. The cabins are well equipped and large. Very short walk to the main building. Saw at least twenty deer in front of the lodge in the evening and they are not at all afraid of people. Already planning our thirs visit

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Southern Cal.
Reviewed September 2, 2014

Bryce is another breathtaking wonder! The Lodge cabins are comfy. We had 2 Q beds. Faux fireplace, walk in closet with vanity. The parking was a little tricky. There wasn't a direct path unless we were able to snag one area - which proved tricky. Comfy night's sleep which was most important!

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon, located near the rim of Bryce Canyon, is the only lodging in the Park and the perfect spot from which to launch your hoodoo and spires exploration. Couples, families and groups enjoy up-close access to the Park's rim trails and excursions plus front row seats to stunning sunrises and sunsets. Accommodations include 70 newly remodeled motel-style guest rooms(2 queens or 1 king bed) with refrigerators and microwaves; 40 cabins with gas log fireplaces. Complimentary Wi-Fi is located in the Lodge's lobby and at Valhalla Pizzaria. The historic dining room at the Lodge dates back to the original opening of the Lodge. We offer a varied menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Healthy gluten free and vegetarian options compliment the steaks, chops, pasta, fresh seafood and chicken selections. Our wine list features local Utah Micro-brews, domestic as well as international wine selections. Guests on the go can also grab a snack at the fast-food snack bar in the Park's General Store. Or, order to-go box lunches 24-hrs. in advance to take along on hiking and day-trips. ... more   less 

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Address: Bryce Canyon National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, UT 84717
Location: United States > Utah > Bryce Canyon National Park
Price Range: $269 - $340 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 114
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Bryce Canyon Lodge Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
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“I don't recall seeing any rooms with good views as you are surrounded by forest.”
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