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.
We had reservations for 3 weeks. They would not clean the unit in between weeks even though we had to check out and re-check in. I paid cleaning fees and had to clean the unit myself. They said this was the policy for muti-weeks check in's.
I spent a week here in July and it wa a very nice stay. Rooms were clean and quiet and it is very close to Cedar Breaks and Bryce is not far away. Only negative is that they should not allow screaming little kids in the hot tub....keep them in the pool where they can scream and yell all they want.
We checked in late Sunday afternoon. This was a highly rated resort by the owners, but we would be hard pressed to award one star. We went to the dining room, which should be rated one star, and it almost deserved one star. There was good news and bad news with the dining room. The bad news is one star is not what one expects at a property changing $200+ per night. The good news was the dining room was closed Monday and Tuesday so we couldn’t go back, even out of desperation. As a matter of fact, virtually everything was shut down Monday and Tuesday. The closet city with any real activity is Cedar City, some 40 miles away, up a long winding road into the mountains. So, if you want to eat or drink, you have a long drive to say the least. And at night there is no way to see anything without you headlights. The lodge has reached it’s maturity and is well past due fir some renovations. They have capitalized on the Covid pandemic to cut out every service one comes to expect when on vacation. As a matter of fact, being stranded 40 miles from civilization was more like an imprisonment rather than a vacation. There are some lovely spots in Cedar City…..but we should have stayed in Cedar City. When we checked in they gave us a parking pass that MUST be displayed in the window when you park. We, unfortunately require handicapped parking. There was one handicap spot available, occupied by a van bearing no handicap identification whatsoever. When we complained we were told there is nothing they can do because there was no parking permit displayed and they didn’t know who the car belonged to. The truth is, like everything else, no one really cared. There is no business so they cut every corner to protect their profits, no matter how much the customer may suffer. I could not see returning to this place, even if three nights were free.. We strongly suggest you research what you want before you decide to vacation here!…
Staff was friendly, condo was clean and quiet, great location to national parks, and recreational areas. Good restaurant on location with welcoming staff. Underground parking was a plus when it snowed.
My wife and I had a one-bedroom unit on the east side of Building 2, which gave us the loveliest view we can recall of any place we have ever stayed. The room was clean, spacious, comfortable, and in good repair. Garage parking is nice. Check-in and check-out were quick and easy. There was considerable hall noise from children and teens running and laughing, but they eventually quieted down. The only two critical comments I have are that the rooms stayed too warm even though we did not turn on any heat, and the "kitchen" was the tiniest and least equipped of any one-bedroom unit I have stayed in. Even so, we will certainly return if our travel plans take us back to this area.