- Reviews: 76
Bryce View Lodge: Cheap Accomodations outside Bryce Canyon
We chose this place because of its location right outside the park and since it was inexpensive. Unfortunately, outside of these 2 qualities this facility really wasn't very nice. We were there in April and it was still a bit cold and it was also raining very heavily. The rooms were very drafty, the door lock was broken, the bedding were dirty, and the folks at the front desk were less than hospitable.
The prices are very inexpensive in comparison to other locations around the park and within a few miles. This price also allows for access to some amenities across the street like swimming pool and hot tub.
- Reviews: 2417
Best Western Ruby's Inn: Great place near the canyon!
Best Western Ruby's Inn, the closest accommodations to Bryce Canyon National Park, is the perfect base for your exploration of scenic Southern Utah.
They offer good accommodations and amenities in the Bryce Canyon National Park region. They say that Ruby's Inn at Bryce Canyon is a destination in and of itself. But we don't agree with that. It's just a nice place to stay for a few nights.
At Bryce Canyon Best Western Ruby's Inn you can book and enjoy horseback riding, ATV and helicopter tours, along with Bryce Canyon western experiences such as chuckwagon dinners, rodeos and more.
The General Store at the Inn is very large, including an impressive selection of authentic Southwestern Indian arts and crafts including jewelry, pottery and weavings.
Ruby’s Inn has 368 Spacious Guest Rooms, 2-Bedroom Suites, Non-Smoking Rooms, Color Satellite TV, Air Conditioning, Indoor and Outdoor Swimming Pools and Spas.
Open All Year!
Breakfast was unbelievable. We liked it very much. There was everything for everybody! Warm or cold...it didn't matter.
- Reviews: 1201
Bryce View Lodge: Great Central Location for the National Park
We had a one night stay here in June 2010.
The hotel is in Bryce Canyon village and is just across the road from Ruby's General Store.
It's more of a motel rather than a hotel, so don't expect too many facilities. However, the price was right and the location suited us down the ground, as it was a short drive to Bryce Canyon National Park.
We had a room only, no breakfast included. You can get all the supplies you need at Ruby's General Store.
- Reviews: 2
Harold's Place & Restaurant: Nice place, good sleep, good food!
I liked a lot staying at Harold's Place. The cabins where so clean and comfortable.
All non-smoking, but with an ash tray out of the cabin.
The food was very good. I had dinner and breakfast there.
The owner was so kind and friendly, and i understood her :) (i'm not a good english speaker)
- Reviews: 2750
There are two campgrounds inside the park: North Campground, open year round, and Sunset campground, open May through October. Ruby's Inn, just outside the park, also has a campground and RV hookup.
- Reviews: 1
Harold's Place Restaurant and Cabins: Bryce Canyon's best place to stay
Harold's Place is just east of the intersection of Hwy 89 and Hwy 12. It's a family-run business. Very friendly.....great rooms for only $55 per night. They're cabins.....but, very modern with bathrooms and TVs, but no phones. The whole place is clean and well-run....nice and comfortable.
The restaurant is great, too. For more info: http://smallbiz.ksl.com/speak-8371i.php
Address is 3066 Hwy 12, Panguitch, UT 84759; phone: (435)676-2350
Family-run business - Kristy (daughter) handles the office. She is very helpful to travellers....knows the area very well.
- Reviews: 3267
Staying inside the park has...
Staying inside the park has the opportunity to make some extra walks, but the prices are here also a lot higher then just outside the Bryce Canyon N.P. Along the road are some motels and hotels that offer perfect lodging and further away are some large ranges that also have staying-possibilities. In all cases it is better to make reservations as Bryce Canyon N.P. is in all seasons a very popular destination.
- Reviews: 126
Campgrounds and motel units.: Staying in Capital Reef
We didn't stay here, but there seemed to be some really nice campgrounds inside the park. We also passed some motel units in the park, but they seemed to be closed for the winter.
- Reviews: 4857
Okay, this is not exactly what...
Okay, this is not exactly what you might call 'first-class' accomodations, but it is the oldest place in the area. Just kidding. This is a picture of an old Native American dwelling. You'll find traces of ancient Native American culture throughout the area.
- Reviews: 42
Motel accommodation can be...
Motel accommodation can be difficult to find if you are late arriving as we were. We had hoped to stay at the large Ruby's Inn, just north of the park entrance. This Best Western property has 368 rooms, but it was full when we arrived at around 7.00pm. They did find us somewhere else to stay not too far away, but when we arrived there the room was awful so we drove on and tried elsewhere. Once again the room was terrible, so we turned that down too. For obvious reasons I am not naming these accommodations other than to say that they were NOT part of any large chain of motels. We finally drove on to Parowan on the I-15 and stayed at the Best Western Inn there. So, be warned, find your accommodation early, and always ask to see the room first!
Double rooms $46-$66, but $95 in summer months.
Very convenient to Bryce Canyon. It would have suited us admirably, had there been any vacancies.
- Reviews: 41
I stayed in Escalante. It is a...
I stayed in Escalante. It is a bit of a drive to the park but I must sat the tap water at the hotel was incredibly good. I don't remember the particular hotel/motel but I think I found it in the AAA travel guide.
- Reviews: 1041
When I stayed there i was...
When I stayed there i was lucky to get a full service cabin In the park very close to the South Rim. Its called BRYCE CANYON LODGE .It was clean and had all the amenities including a TV. I think they are relatively hard to book vacancy-wise. Id call ahead or use the National Park Service Web site email. They do online bookings.
The gift shop had native Indian crafts and I bought a gold tiger eye and onyx ring that I have worn ever since. It is VERY unique as were all the goodies at the shop.
- Reviews: 289
We stayed at Best Western...
We stayed at Best Western Ruby's Inn. It is just a few miles from the entrance to the Bryce Canyon Park. You may find cheaper accommodation but nowhere in the region beat this place for facilities and services.
We stayed in the Lakeview Lodges and this is the view of the lake the we enjoyed
We actually got a good deal as it was out of season and we only paid $69 plus tax a night
Ruby's General Store, located in the main lodge, sells food, clothes, gifts, Indian arts and crafts, photo supplies... the list goes on. There is also a one hour photo developing shop. Heated indoor swimming pool, indoor hot tub, outdoor hot tub, laundromat,post office,liquor store, beauty salon and Art Gallery.
There is a very nice restaurant, Cowboys buffet and Steak Room and also the Canyon Diner which is more of a burger joint.
- Reviews: 392
We stayed at Ruby's Inn, which...
We stayed at Ruby's Inn, which was the closest hotel to the park entrance, nice place.
Very nice and convenient hotel, with a general store and a nice restaurant. This hotel belongs to the Best Western chain, accross the United States and the World.
- Reviews: 84
The Bryce Canyon Lodge...
The Bryce Canyon Lodge provides the only lodging within the park. It's a rustic lodge with 4 upstairs suites, 40 rustic pine cabins with gas fireplaces, and two motel style buildings with 70 rooms that have balconies or porches. The lodge is open from Apr. 1 to Oct. 31 and reservations well in advance are advised. Infos at Amfac Parks and
Resorts. 14001 E. Iliff Ave., Suite 600, Aurora, CO 80014; Phone 303-297-2757; Fax: 303-237-3175.
If lodging not exactly within the park, but just near it isn't a problem, the choice gets pretty wider:
Best Western Ruby's Inn, Hwy 63, Phone 800-528-1234, 369 rooms, avg. Price $$$;
Bryce Canyon's Western Twn., Jct. Hwys. 89 & 12, Phone 435-676-8770 , 56 rooms, avg. price $$-$$$;
Foster's Motel, Hwy. 12 (4 mi. west), Phone 435-834-5227, 39 rooms, avg. price $$;
Bryce Canyon Pines Motel, Hwy. 12, Phone 800-892-7923, 51 rooms, avg. price $$;
Bryce Canyon Hostel, Jct. of Hwys. 12 & 63, Phone 435-834-5351, 9 rooms, avg. price $.
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