Zion Lodge


  • Guests can drive their cars in the park year-round
  • Incredible views
  • Bike rentals on-site


  • Pathways are dimly lit (bring a flashlight)
  • Wi-Fi and cell reception can be spotty
  • Sells out months ahead for summer

Published 01/19/2016

Fodor's Review

If location is your key concern, you'd be hard-pressed to improve on a stay at the historic Zion Lodge: the canyon's jaw-dropping beauty surrounds you, access to trailheads is easy, and guests can drive their cars in the park year-round. Rooms are rustic in style but with modern amenities such as Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, and each has a porch or balcony furnished with rocking chairs so you can enjoy the view. The lodge is a faithful 1990 reproduction of the original 1920s structure, which was destroyed in a 1966 fire. The nearby historic Western-style cabins, sensitively updated in 2010, do not have TVs but are equipped with gas-log fireplaces and have porches. The lodge sells out fast, especially during the summer, for which you should make reservations at least six months ahead if possible.

Hotel Information


Zion Canyon Scenic Dr., Zion National Park, Utah, 84767, USA


888-297–2757-reservations only; 435-772–7700

Website: zionlodge.com

Hotel Details:

  • 76 rooms, 6 suites, 40 cabins
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 01/19/2016


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