As noted, your choices while visiting the Bryce area are limited. We chose this hotel because it seemed to be the best hotel in town, and overall we were happy with our selection.
The hotel has two wings, each with four stories. A lobby, breakfast room, pool, and spa are in the middle. The rooms are very spacious with a good desk area, lounge chair, and a large closet. There is also good drawer space, a microwave, and a decent sized refrigerator. The room was in good shape, but a little on the bland side in part because the overall color palette was brown. The bathroom had two sinks in a large area, while a shower/tub combination in the water closet area was a little tight. The one issue with our room was that it had a connecting door to the neighboring room. Our neighbors were not loud but you could still hear a fair amount of noise and you could pick up a little on their conversations if you wanted. The map of the hotel given to us at check showed that a lot of rooms in the hotel are connecting, but try to get one that is not if you don’t need it. It was also easy to hear hallway noise. It should also be noted that the when the door to the room is opened, a view into the bathroom is provided to the hallway. You may need to be careful when opening this door.
The large breakfast buffet was very good with a wide selection of items to choose from including really good sausages. The room setting was a big open area with a vague rustic look overlooking the pool area. The lighting was dim which gave the room a somewhat depressing feel to it, especially before sunrise. The lobby, however, had a large stone fireplace, better lighting and a true comfortable rustic look. It is really the only area to hang out in if you do not want to be in your room.
Other areas of the hotel included a decent sized pool and hot tub in a center courtyard. There was also a gym which provided basic workout needs at best, but it was nice to have the option available. There was a large channel selection on the TV and good free internet if you need help passing time before bed.
The location of the hotel makes for easy access to the park, just a five minute drive up the road. The hotel itself is surrounded by parking areas, and while there are some nice distant views, most rooms have uninspiring views. The food choices are limited as many people have said, but they are perfectly fine and most guests will only be in the area for a few days at most.
Finally, but important, the staff was friendly and helpful. It all combines to create a comfortable environment to stay while enjoying the amazing natural beauty in the area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Best Western Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel offers the newest luxurious accommodations for visitors to Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah.The Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel features: two four story towers accessing 164 luxurious guest rooms, interior corridors, a large lobby, restaurant, exercise facilities and a guest laundry. The Bryce Canyon Grand also offers an enclosed courtyard offering guest privacy for the pool, whirlpool, and patio areas. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Bryce Canyon Grand Best Western
- Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel Utah