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.
Where do I start? Check in was a nightmare. The front desk was not nice. A lot of the guests rooms weren’t ready at the four o’clock check in but ours was and it was embarrassing. Totally my fault that I didn’t see the $300 security deposit so I had to shell out another $300. The hotel itself is mediocre at best. The jacuzzi tub in the room didn’t work and the beds were so hard I had body parts falling asleep all night and therefore, couldn’t sleep. Couldn’t get the room temperature regulated so ended up just opening the windows after the heater wouldn’t turn off. It was 17 degrees outside. Check out is promptly at ten. Don’t even ask for a late check out. We will never be back. Diamond Resorts has their hands full with this dilapidated property.
Noisy from people in the hallway, foot steps, door slamming, and low water pressure in the shower. Management is very nice when everything goes perfectly. Not so much when problem arises. I felt and sustained a bad concussion on my first day at Brian Head. Need to head home to get more care. Hotel checked us out without us asking to be checked out yet and refused to consider a credit for the 2 leftover nights. $200 per night hurts! You can stay in Cedar City for 1|4 of the price. At least there are other things to do if you happened to get injured early on your vacation plan Nothing else to do in the area besides the slope
National parks are 1.5 hours from this resort and if going to them again would opt to stay in the towns immediately adjacent to the main entrances rather than commute each day. But, if you are going to ski, snowboard, or tube, this is the place! It is a nice resort with comfortable furnishings but not a great place to visit during off-season. There is no convenience up on this mountain and most businesses are "at will" so can't be counted on for service. You must travel to the towns 15-35 minutes away for groceries and restaurants. Parowan had some restaurants that we didn't visit as we usually opted to go to Cedar City. We highly recommend Lupita's for great Mexican food.
We stayed at this resort as it was close to Zion and Bryce National Parks. Staff was courteous and very helpful. Although Brian Head is fairly remote the scenic drive to the resort is worth the short drive up the mountain. Cedar City is just a short drive down the road which has more traditional shopping we expect. Beautiful area!
Desk personnel were incompetent and gave incorrect information to us regarding restaurants in the area. They gave us the names of 3 restaurants and said all were open; none of them were open. We had to drive 26 miles RT to another town to eat mediocre food. Would never stay here again.