Fodor's Expert Review Bryce Canyon Lodge

Off Hwy. 63, Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, 84717, USA Fodor's Choice

This historic, rugged stone-and-wood lodge close to the amphitheater's rim offers western-style rooms with semi-private balconies or porches in two motel buildings; suites in the historic inn; and cozy, beautifully designed lodgepole pine-and-stone cabins, some with cathedral ceilings and gas fireplaces. Horseback rides into the park's interior can be arranged in the lobby, and there's both a full-service restaurant and a pizzeria and coffee shop on the property.

PROS

  • lodging close to canyon rim
  • trails
  • friendly and attentive staff
  • cabins have fireplaces
  • lodging close to canyon rim, trails
  • friendly and attentive staff
  • cabins have fireplaces
  • close to canyon rim and trails
  • lodge is steeped in history and has loads of personality
  • cabins have fireplaces and exude rustic charm

CONS

  • closed in winter
  • books up fast
  • no TV
  • no TVs or air-conditioning

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
ViewsHistorical
Casual
Central
Local Flavor
$$$

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 877-386–4383 | 435-834–8700

HOTEL DETAILS

113 rooms
Rate Includes: Closed Jan.–early Mar., No meals

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