Bryce Canyon Lodge

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, 84717, United States
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Lodging In and Near Bryce Canyon NP

by written on January 17, 2012

Bryce Canyon National Park has the Bryce Canyon Lodge in the park for your lodging needs. The lodge was built in 1924 using local timbers and stone and includes a restaurant, gift shop, and a post office. Rooms and cabins are available April through October. I stayed at a very nice motel in Panguitch called Harold's Place Inn. The people there were nice and the restaurant was excellent.

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Not as rustic as it sounds

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 23, 2008

Bryce Canyon Lodge is a quaint, adorable lodge that is a perfect way to end your day at the park. When you first hear about it, you may think it's rustic and old-fashioned. That is not the case at all. The lodge is very nice; the rooms are basic, but clean. The staff is friendly and helpful. There are cabins available, but we stayed in the main lodge.

Unique Quality: The best part is that there is a trail that's about 100 feet long (nice and flat) that leads right to the rim of the canyon. By staying in the park, you beat the crowds.

Directions: Located inside Bryce Canyon National Park

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Wake up on the Rim

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 13, 2007

Xanterra Parks & Resorts
6312 S. Fiddlers Green Circle #600 N.
Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Outside the US: 303-297-2757

Directions: Heart of the Park

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Bryce Canyon Lodge

by written on June 12, 2004

This is the only hotel in the park. It fills up months in advance and is only open April through October. There are three types of accommodations: basic hotel rooms, lodge units and cabins. The cost is about $90-$135 per night. Unless you have to stay in the park for some reason, the Best Western, right outside the entrance, is probably a better bet.

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A Lodge for Seasonal Use

by written on April 23, 2004

I have not stayed here, but this is the only lodge available within the park. It was built of local stone and timbers in 1925. This rustic lodge offers rooms and cabins from April through October. It also has a seasonal restaurant, gift shop, and a post office. The dining room at Bryce Canyon Lodge is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Note, however that dinner reservations are required.

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Between the Bryce National Parks Treasures!

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 25, 2002

This beautiful lodge is on the National Historic Register. Western cabins feature gas fireplaces, two double beds and each has a full bath. They are within a short walk to both the rim and the lodge.

This quiet and relaxed atmosphere, without televisions, allows the guest to get reacquainted with nature. Fine dining is available in the main lodge.

Reservations should be made 2-3 months in advance. Bryce Canyon Lodge is open April 1st - October 31st.

Directions: Inside Bryce Canyon National Park

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Address: Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, 84717, United States

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