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Bryce Canyon Resort
Ranked #6 of 6 Hotels in Bryce
Reviewed October 5, 2013

Paid $140, got creeped out by the place. At the next door restaurant for breakfast, we were treated like trash because my husband asked for a warm cup of tea instead of a tepid one, then we were ignored after that.

Stay clear of this place!!!! It is a sinking ship.

Room Tip: Go to the Bryce Canyon Pines 10 miles west of the park on Utah 12. Wonderful place with a homey fee...
  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 23, 2013

We paid $25 more than a stay at the Bryce Canyon Lodge -- and our room smelled bad, was dark, the beds were uncomfortable. We only stayed one night because we found other accommodations that were nicer and less expensive.

Room Tip: Only stay here if there is nothing else available.
  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Joyce B
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Reviewed September 19, 2013

It calls Resort, but it's not: rooms, facilities, quality and service are similar to motel. Overpriced, perhaps, because it's just 3 miles from entrance to Bryce canyon NP. Internet works poorly. Beds and mattresses are uncomfortable.

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 12, 2013

Last week we pulled up to this hotel and the laughter began. Our mistake for not checking trip advisor first before booking three rooms for our group there. Our room overlooked a huge white propane tank and a giant puddle that was in the dirt parking lot. Then we got a look at the room--early 70's decor....chairs upholstered in dirty upholstery and the bed was covered with a very very old tired bedspread. The sheets were some made of sort of very thin flannel. The room was $179 which was very very overpriced--that is what the rooms cost at the National park lodge at Bryce Canyon which was unfortunately totally booked 6 months in advance. So only word of advice, do not go to this hotel--you will be very disappointed. We woke up early and dashed away from it as soon as we could.

Room Tip: Try to avoid booking a room overlooking the large propane tank that is located right at the front of...
  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed September 4, 2013

I'm giving this 5 starts but with a caveat: This is no Four Seasons, but a fun and nice place to stay. The folks who wrote negative reviews clearly didn't know what to expect when they rolled into town. You are in the middle of NOWHERE. You are surrounded by nature and beauty. People don't go to Bryce to sit around their hotel rooms and lounge by the pool. You can do that at Palm Springs. Or Vegas.

When my girlfriend and I checked in, we were greeted by Greg, the owner, who gave us tips on where to go and what to see. After hiking all day, all we wanted was a cold beer and a fun place to spend the night. We did the Cowboy Show at Rudy's which was fun but it was over at 9pm. The only bar in town? The bar in the restaurant at Bryce Canyon Resort. The bartender? Greg, the owner. We closed this place down and met some of the nicest people and had the absolute best night of our trip at this place.

About the rooms: clean, spacious, TV, wi-fi, nice/clean bathrooms with shower and vanity area. The building is old and it smells a bit old, but after seeing the other hotels in town - you're not going to get anything different. You're also very close to the park entrance and "downtown Bryce" (which consists of a souvenir shop, a hotel and a gas station). This place is the best.

Thanks Greg - we'll be back again!

Room Tip: It's not the Four Seasons, but its a nice, fun and clean place very close to the park.
  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed August 25, 2013

We booked this hotel online two weeks before we decided to visit Bryce and Zion NP in late June. Naturally, all the hotels considered 3 stars and above were booked by then. So we settled with BCR. The location of the hotel actually is great. It is only about 10 minutes or so from the entrance to the Bryce National park and is right at the junction of Highway 12 and 63 to Bryce. Try to book the second floor rooms for a better scenic view outside just like in the cowboy Western movie. It is beautiful at night, walk out and see the stars come out in full force. It has a decent restaurant within walking distance (1 minute!). We had an Utah beef steak with baked potato, chili con carne and a Mexican dish for a decent price and were tasty. The waiters were friendly. We were surprised to see four waiters serving in such a small restaurant. But if you don't want a filling, hot meal you can always walk over to the only Subways in town which is just outside of the restaurant.

We ventured over to Bryce City the second night and we were glad we didn't stay at the Ruby's Inn. The town is a tourist trap. It was noisy and crowded with tourists. I counted at least 12 large tourist buses by the hotels. The restaurants were jammed pack with tourists. In comparison, BCR is quiet and quaint, and the room was large and clean. It is definitely not a resort (just by name) although it does have a room near the lobby with a nice looking fireplace in it. It is a 2 to 3 stars hotel but given the locality it is a hidden gem.

Room Tip: We stayed in the second floor left end room with queen beds. It is a quiet, large room and clean ba...
  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 13, 2013 via mobile

Decor would send The Hotel inspector to a mental institution. Clean it is not. But our cabin provided kitchen facilities and access to the Subway. WI FI only in the reception cabin. There was no other vacancy. Breakfast was not offered only coffee maker. Bring something to eat or go to Ruby's - avoid restaurant on site.

  • Stayed: August 2013
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Address: 13500 E Hwy 12, Bryce, UT 84764
Location: United States > Utah > Bryce
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free Parking Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
Ranked #6 of 6 Hotels in Bryce
Price Range: $83 - $347 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2 star — Bryce Canyon Resort 2*
Number of rooms: 71
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
This rustic resort offers the charm of yesteryear. Escape from the hustle and bustle of the hi-tech world and return to a time when Cowboys road horses through the outback of the Wild West.Visit the hiding places of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid or hike the hoodoos of Byrce Canyon. No matter what your visit, leave your cares at the door and escape to this charming inn.After a long day, saddle up to the bar and ask the bartender for any icy cold beer to wash away the dust. Or enjoy a thick juicy steak at the Cowboy Ranch House Restaurant. ... more   less 
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