Finding an ideal quiet hotel in Brian Head does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Cedar Breaks Lodge, a nice option for travelers like you.
Given the close proximity to Brian Head Peak Observation (2.4 mi), guests of Cedar Breaks Lodge can easily experience one of Brian Head's most popular landmarks.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and air conditioning, and Cedar Breaks Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk, a gift shop, and shops. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While in Brian Head, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Cedar Breaks Lodge, including cedar breaks cafe (0.0 mi), Leany's Steakhouse (0.1 mi), and Pizanos Pizza (0.8 mi).
Cedar Breaks Lodge looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Brian Head.
Dirty, musty, dark, depressing, smelly, and those were the first 5 adjectives that came to mind. Oh wait, smoky. 6. To give you an idea of how frequently the place is renovated, the room phone displays the 801 area code. The area code changed 23 years ago. Still, the phone seemed in better or at least newer shape than the bed linens. Maybe I shouldn't complain. I'm sure this place beats any ski lodge in North Korea. But to my pampered American sensibilities, this place was wanting. For starters, there's no air conditioning. Yes, it's a ski resort but Brian Head gets hot in the summer. Which is why it's a year-round resort. In lieu of air conditioning the room had 3 portable fans of various sizes. However, there aren't 3 spare outlets. Zero outlets on one side of the bed, no night table, nothing. So I unplugged the TV in order to plug in the 3rd fan. Which is quieter than a Saturn V rocket, but not by much. The resort is ostensibly non-smoking, but smokers will smoke at the bottom of the fire escape with the door propped open, as smokers do. Which stinks up the stairwells and by extension, the hallways. The entry doors to the rooms are paper-thin. One loud party and the entire floor can hear it. According to the photocopied piece of paper they give you when you check in, the restaurant is only open for breakfast if the lodge is at 80% capacity. Seeing as I don't work in the lodge's sales department, I wasn't certain if breakfast was available. But it wasn't. On the other hand, the washers and dryers are free. I booked 2 nights, but bailed after 1 night and got a hotel room in Cedar City for 2½ times the price. Totally worth it.…
We arrived late after driving all day. Room was ready, liked the underground parking. Room was good size. Pretty clean, carpet looked a bit rundown. Tile in kitchenette area a bit dirty. Bathtub was jacuzzi tub and really hard to get in and out. Also shower head was terrible, felt like needles hitting your skin. Beds were comfortable although no air conditioning. Opened windows and had fan overhead and a portable one at the window screen. Was pretty warm during the night. Was so disappointed that they had no food services of any kind on Monday and Tuesdays. Even the vending machines were inside the dining area. (take note) maybe you should have something for your guests when your dining areas area closed. Little store across the street opens at 10am. Overall the grounds were nice. Close to ski lift. Nice sized playground for kids. Might be better in winter but nothing special and not worth over $100. Beware, I was charged twice for their resort fee.…
Don't come here if you plan to swim in their pool! We paid the price to come here, to swim a little, enjoy all the nearby activities, only to be told we'd need a reservation to visit the pool during our visit! Next question... What time do you have available for the two of us to swim? Fully booked for the whole day...was the answer. Yes, Covid is ruining everything right now, but I never go to a hotel without a pool because the swimming is a huge deal for me. Are we being protected from Covid, yes, but we definitely wouldn't have come here if I knew I wouldn't be able to swim. There are signs up when you arrive in the lobby and near the pool but I wish I had known ahead of time about pool reservations. You'd think at a property this big, they'd have at least 2 pools if it is that complicated for people to swim! I did get a reservation to swim tomorrow at least. Otherwise, the hotel is so beautiful and right next to Brian Head, kayaking, lakes, etc. I love that we have a little kitchenette with a refrigerator that fit our gallon of milk, 3 more half gallons of juice, and some other random groceries we put in there. …
This is a lovely property with really nice rooms the beds were very comfortable our room also had a microwave refrigerator dishes in a cool gas fireplace connected to the thermostat so I came on at random times in the middle of the night. It’s all the way at the top of the mountain above 10,000 feet so bring your own oxygen. The restaurant was surprisingly good we had pizza and Caesar salad they were both amazing. Not very expensive either at about $12 each. The only bummer was I booked in pre-paid the price went down but they charge you the full price plus resort fee that $16 plus tax it’s like 1995 for things that I couldn’t use. Other than That I loved it.
Our family of 4 stayed at this resort this past week and we couldn’t have asked for better accommodations. We booked a budget vacation so we opted for your standard hotel room with 2 queen beds but there was more than enough space for us to move around. The room came equipped with a fireplace, whirlpool tub, microwave, toaster, mini fridge, dish sink, and plates & silverware. Everyone we encountered at the resort was super friendly and had smiling faces to greet us. Some notables are Kieth at the front desk who was always willing to help and Jess in the restaurant who was very friendly.