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Majestic View Lodge, Steakhouse and Saloon
Very nice looking restaurant in a log-cabin sort of building. Inside looks equally nice and there are some great views out the huge windows! Anyway, food was pretty good. On the other side of the building there's a Southwest Wildlife Museum (free) and a gift shop.
Snow white weekend at Majestic View
My husband and I went to Zion for my birthday weekend. I researched many of the top rated hotels in Sringdale and tend to agree with others that a few of them are high priced. Since we live relatively close and did not want to spend a fortune we opted for the Majestic View Lodge.
The beds are wonderful and the room is charming with the knotty wood decor. It really fit the mood for the weekend. We happened to go when a late winter snow storm him the area. It was beautiful though, but a bit cold. The bathroom was very clean and unique. Did not have the usual tile in the bath area, but a one piece warm colored wall feature. Plenty of space in the room for 2 people. We enjoyed the balcony but would be better in warm weather. A refrigerator was lacking in the room, but we put our drinks out on the balcony since it was about 32 degrees out!
We had a corner room with 2 windows. We opened the blinds and watched the snow fall from the bed. Very beautiful. I would recommend this type of room, the number ended with "25".
We had our own car and parking was convenient. The hotel is located the farthest from the entrance to the park, but with a car was no problem. I ate breakfast in the restaurant twice and we had a nice dinner. The service was great!! Friendly staff and quick service. We enjoyed the gift shop and free museum. Would definately return to Majestic View again.
A winner. My wife and I wanted to visit Zion and Bryce National Park in Southern Utah, but didn't have a clue where to stay. A friend recommended the Desert Pearl. They were full, but suggested the Majestic View Lodge. It was just what we were looking for. The staff was friendly and helpful, ( they must get the same dumb questions from us tourists). The rooms were clean, modern, and we had a small balcony overlooking the river. There were rooms on both side of the Highway. We don’t have AAA, but if we did we could have saved $10 a night. 4 nights, that would have been $40. The restaurant was also good. Not cheap, but good. There were lots of places to eat in Springdale, so don’t worry about finding a place. Our favorite pricey restaurant was the Spotted Dog Café.
The only down side, and it was no big deal; there was no little refrigerator in the room, and they didn’t have a high-speed Internet connection. One of the folks in the office said they were working on the high-speed connection.
great place to stay
We stayed here for two nights in July. This is as great as all the reviews say. The rooms are beautifully decorated. It would remind you of a bed and breakfast. There are 6 pillows on each bed and not your run of the mill comforter, window treatments, or towels. Staff very friendly. We ate twice at the resturant. Great food with a wonderful view.
We stayed after passing by on a previous visit to the area. It looked new and interesting, so we made note of it for a future trip. We really enjoyed our stay here, and felt for the price it was more than we expected. The bed was incredibly comfortable, which is a must if I'm going to be satisfied with my stay anywhere, and the room was really clean. The views from the balcony were great. Others used pool and hottub and seemed to really enjoy it, but it seemed too cold outside to me. We have also stayed at Desert Pearl, which was much pricier (although we had a minifridge and microwave there which we rarely use on vacation), and of a similar comfort level. We seemed to be invisible when we tried to get breakfast in the restaurant, but found the desk staff to be really helpful on more than one occasion during our stay.
Paper Thin walls
Stay away. Our experience was and continues to be incredibly negative. Our reservation was for 4/22/06. We had searched a number of locations online to find a resort that would be peaceful and restful. My wife is seven months pregnant and we wanted to get away for a couple of days and relax. We were excited at check in by the views and the natural beauty of the surrounding area. Our problems began at 9 when we finished dinner at the steakhouse and decided to retire. By 10:30 we had grown quite tired of listening to our neighbor's television. We called the front desk and received a message informing there was no night staff and an emergency number to call. Not wanting to bother someone with an emergency, we decided that the tv would likely be turned off by 11 and to wait it out. By 11:10 we had enough and called the emergency number. The night manager came around, noticed the light on in the unit below us. She returned to the front desk and called them. WE COULD HEAR THE PHONE RINGING!!!. The guest didn't pick up the first time and she had to redial. A few minutes later she returned and offered another room next door. It was near midnight, my wife was distraught with exhaustion and we didn't feel that the next room would offer much relief. We decided to return home, a 3.5 hour drive, and sort through the billing. We were told the night manager didn't have the approval to deal with giving us a credit and would have to resolve with the manager in the morning. We called back after lunch the next day and were told the manager was out for the weekend. We called the second day after lunch, were told the manager was in a meeting, we left a message. We called 2 hours later and were told the manager was out for the day. Please take our advice and find a nicer lodge nearby and stay away from this place.
Great Place to Stay
This is a great place to stay.
The whole place looked new, everything was clean and tidy.
During our 17 day trip it was one of the the nicest rooms we had.
Room features included: Coffee Maker, Iron/Board, Remote A/C, Balcony.
There is an on-site restaurant, shop and museum.
There is a great view and we found it very peaceful.
It is on the last stop of the Zion shuttle, so although you can very easily reach the shops and park enterance, they are not walkable.
Great Place to Stay at Zion
The is the first hotel you see as you approach Zion national park, and it should be the first hotel you consider while in the area. First, the view truly is majestic, as you can see the beautiful scenery right from you balcony. Second, the rooms are very comfortable; the beds are soft and the atmosphere is warm and inviting in a rustic way. Also, there is a shuttle that runs from the hotel to Zion National Park that is quite convenient. While you're in town, I reccommend Oscar's cafe and the Pizza and Noodle company as great places to eat.
'The Majestic View' says it all!
My husband and I showed up at night. When we saw the view from our balcony the next morning...it was a big beautiful surprise! The room was clean and the bed comfortable.
We loved chillin' out on the balcony at night after a long hike. The front desk was very nice.
We ordered dinner "to go" from the restaurant and had Tequila chicken - pretty good. We also bought a little cooler before we got there (because there is no mini fridge).
The Majestic View is very unique. We will stay again.!
Loved this restaurant! Great place to eat!
I cannot say enough about this restaurant. We ate there three times, twice for dinner, and once for breakfast. Fantastic service and food. The filet was excellent, as were the salmon and prime rib. For breakfast, we had vanilla/cinnamon french toast which was out of this world. A friend had the vegetable omlet and raved about it. If you like good food, try this place!
Also, the view out the dining room window is spectacular!
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