by Eileen Ogintz
Bryce Canyon Lodge provides motel-style accommodations inside Bryce Canyon National Park in comfortable rooms that include private balconies. There are also a range of cabins that sleep four. The location inside the park, near the canyon rim, makes this hotel one of the most popular choices in the region so book early! The lodge is listed on the National Historic Register and is the only lodge within the park. You can choose from traditional rooms, three suites or 40 cabins. Wherever you stay, you have the convenience of a general store, laundry facilities and the Bryce Canyon Dining Room, which has a children’s menu.
There are no major towns or cities nearby. There is only Wi-Fi in the main lodge. Here, you are just steps away from the Bryce Amphitheater, the ancient rock formations that are a must-see. The Lodge, opened in 1925, remains a completely original structure with modern comforts. Most of the accommodations are in a stand of old-growth Ponderosa Pines and the cabins give guests a rustic experience with the comforts of home.
Check-in time is 4 p.m.; check-out is 11 a.m.
Our Editor Loves
- Beautiful location
- Historic ambience
- Cozy cabins
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
We throughly enjoyed the gift shop. The items were different from others we were in. Additionally, the prices were exceptional. It is a must stop. The lodge is beautiful and staff friendly. Will stay at the lodge next time.
We stayed at the Lodge in Bryce Canyon for two nights and so happy we did. We stayed in the Sunrise Building which is a short walk to the main Lodge. Our room was excellent -- comfortable, quiet, and very well appointed. The service is outstanding. We ate all of our meals in the dining room. The food and service was also excellent. The little extra price of staying at the Lodge is well worth it and highly recommend it.