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Zion Lodge

1 Zion Canyon Scenic Drive Inside The Park, Zion National Park, UT 84767
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The name “Zion” means a place of peace and refuge. As a sanctuary with over 146,000 acres of cliffs, canyons, diverse plant and animal life, and uninterrupted beauty, Zion is well-named. Its massive sandstone walls, some as high as 3,800 feet, offer an opportunity for serenity and reflection for all who visit—and Zion Lodge offers the only in-park lodging inside this hiker’s paradise. Enjoy a selection of comfortable and spacious accommodations, a year-round restaurant serving local favorites and a wide variety of ways to keep you entertained during your stay in Zion National Park.
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Bryce E wrote a review Yesterday
Melbourne, Australia9 contributions4 helpful votes
Stunning location in the heart of the park. Nice cabin. Very clean. Staff was nice. Once staff member, in error, told us we could not grill with a Coleman gas grill with shutoff valve. A lodge manager and ranger later confirmed this was a mistake but nothing was done to compensate us for $200 of steak we had to throw out.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Tracy R wrote a review Sep 17
Cypress, California28 contributions22 helpful votes
Cabin was very dirty and we didn’t feel safe here (Covid). Toilet looked like it hadn’t been cleaned in weeks and there was an accumulation of gross brown grime in the corners of the bathroom. Also, right now, most reputable Hotels, are leaving a 24 hour period in between guests, but this place isn’t. People would check out in the morning housekeeping would spend about 30 minutes in the room and then by afternoon more guests had checked into the same room. The floor is wood and creeks loudly when you walk on it, also there were dust bunnies in all 4 corners. It seems as if all the cabins have adjoining rooms and the walls are so thin you can hear whole conversations. Like I said in the title, the only reason to stay here is that it is just a short walk to the shuttle pick up and there are a couple of trails directly across from the lodge. Just as an FYI, if you get a shuttle pass and you can only get it for the afternoon, it doesn’t matter, because everyone that stays at the lodge can board the shuttle at any time. Our shuttle pass was for 12 noon, but we were able to catch a 10 AM shuttle.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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BART B wrote a review Sep 15
Indianapolis, Indiana27 contributions27 helpful votes
I was fortunate enough to spend 2 nights at the lodge in a 2 queen bed room, in September. I wanted to stay at the lodge to be better able to see the park at a relaxed pace, and have a place to return to during the day. I was very pleased to find the room was much more spacious then most mid priced hotel chains, and did come with a small refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker,(even though some of the reviews, and hotel info said that was not part of the amenities). With the required, ticketed shuttle service as the only way to get to many of the hikes in the park, and no in/out privileges, if you stayed in Springdale, staying at the lodge was great. I got up early and was able to hike part of the narrows, then come back and do the emerald pools after a rest, for example. Of an evening it was great sitting on the rooms porch and watch the shadows on the mountains, as the sun went down, and the deers gracing on the lawn. I did run into Springdale late in the afternoon to pick up a few things, but that was only a 15 min trip, and got to see the magnificent view down the scenic drive. So I would really recommend spending the extra $$$ to enjoy the park if you can get a room for a couple of nights. But remember you still have to get a shuttle ticket to get to the narrows, unless you want to hike the 4 miles. See view from room of the parking lot, if you look close.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Jennifer T wrote a review Sep 14
Grand Junction, Colorado609 contributions138 helpful votes
Zion Lodge exceeded our expectations. We have a 2 queen bed lodge room in the Sentinel building. The room looked like it was just totally redone. It was large, clean nicely decorated, nice word furniture, newer fixtures and a lovely balcony with 2 rocking chairs. The surprise was the refrigerator and microwave in addition to a TV, and coffee maker. The internet is very slow and hard to use during peek times but I really didn't expect to get on at all so it was a plus The location is perfect. Right in the middle of the park. You can walk to a number of trails right from your room or jump on the shuttle (with your ticket). Also we had no problems parking steps from our lodge building. The feel in the area seems so much calmer than staying in Springdale. We did drive in to Springdale a number of times for dinner. Getting in and out of the park with the pass provided and the security code was not an issue.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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mamiled wrote a review Aug 2020
Knoxville, Tennessee31 contributions15 helpful votes
I thought the Lodge was perfect for our needs. We were in a King Suite which has a microwave and fridge, other rooms don’t and a fridge is a must in this heat. The room was tastefully done in Mission Style furniture, it’s a Lodge not the Four Seasons. Rooms had some minor wear and tear but nothing to complain about. The shower had a tub, but water pressure was on the low side. All rooms have a patio or balcony, but from what I understand all King rooms are on the second floor. We faced the back side of grounds which was pretty quiet. To me, the cabins didn’t look very inviting. They are right on the main paths where people are constantly walking. COVID-19 protocols are in place so no room cleaning/replacements unless you specifically ask. The restaurants on site are all take-out with limited menus. We found the 7 minute drive into town quite easy to eat out or grab groceries. FYI: prices on grocery items are sky high (can of progresso soup was $5.99) so if you can pick up what you need before arriving into Springdale. We booked our shuttle tickets in advance and found no issues with getting on and off. Each shuttle will only hold 14 people so you may want for a few to go by, but they are pretty frequent. For August, the park was not crowded at all. Even the shuttle driver mentioned this is 1/2 the usual amount of tourists they see. Early mornings and evenings were wonderful because most people had returned to their hotels in town. If you like to have a pool, walks to stores/restaurants and amenities I would suggest staying in town, but if you want the location of being right in the park and walking trails without having to take a shuttle, I highly recommend staying here.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled with family
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Frequently Asked Questions about Zion Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Zion Lodge?
Nearby attractions include The Narrows (4.7 miles), Angel's Landing (4.0 miles), and Zion Canyon Scenic Drive (1.1 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Zion Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and kids activities.
What food & drink options are available at Zion Lodge?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Zion Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Zion Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Springdale Candy Company, Oscar's Cafe, and Deep Creek Coffee Co..
Are there any historical sites close to Zion Lodge?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Rockville Bridge (7.8 miles).
Does Zion Lodge have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
Is Zion Lodge accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.