Bryce Canyon Lodge

Bryce Canyon, USA

The hotel

This attractive lodge is right inside the park, and it's on the National Historic Register. It has been restored to its original rustic 1920s elegance, right down to replicas of the original hickory furniture. Dining here surrounded by the Ponderosa Pine Forest is a wonderful experience with a selection of entrées including vegetarian, fish and seafood dishes, using locally sourced ingredients washed down with a glass of wine or a beer from a local microbrewery.

Amenities

  • Free Parking
  • Horse Riding
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Inside Bryce Canyon National Park. Complimentary self-parking. Park entrance fee per vehicle*.

Hotel information

74 standard motel-style rooms with private balcony/porch with 1 queen-size bed or 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

40 non-smoking Western Cabins with gas-log fireplace and 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Dining Room restaurant (breakfast, lunch and dinner). General store with snack bar (open mid May-mid Oct)*. Hiking trails (boxed lunches available if you pre-order in advance), horse and mule rides on site*. Fishing 30 mins away*. Golf course 1 hour away*.

*Denotes local charge.

Since the Lodge is located inside the park, The National Park Service currently charges $25 per private vehicle at the entrance gate. When entering by foot, bicycle, motorcycle or commercial vehicles the fee will vary.

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Heavy Covid protocol

Apr 3, 2021 SoccerChickOKC Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

The national park services are a bit overwhelming if you arrive from a state with less mandates. Walk in this door, stand here until you can move to this next location, etc. Chairs oddly spaced everywhere. Five dining tables in this gigantic room. Your food given to you in a bag. Some people may love this protocol. That being said, I really liked… Read more
The national park services are a bit overwhelming if you arrive from a state with less mandates. Walk in this door, stand here until you can move to this next location, etc. Chairs oddly spaced everywhere. Five dining tables in this gigantic room. Your food given to you in a bag. Some people may love this protocol. That being said, I really liked my breakfast. Not sure if it was just because I was starved lol, but I scarfed the whole thing down. Loved the grain bread with some grape jelly. Breads are worth it when they taste great. I’ll say the staff is really friendly as well. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Outstanding place to stay in the park

Mar 31, 2021 HopeAbounds Los Osos, California

Wonderful spot to stay in the park with friendly staff and great food. My wife and I stayed here for two nights. It’s such a treat to walk to Sunrise and Sunset points and have the helpful information from the friendly staff. We had breakfast, lunches and dinners here. The menu has lots of choices. I enjoyed the sour cream blueberry pancakes with… Read more
Wonderful spot to stay in the park with friendly staff and great food. My wife and I stayed here for two nights. It’s such a treat to walk to Sunrise and Sunset points and have the helpful information from the friendly staff. We had breakfast, lunches and dinners here. The menu has lots of choices. I enjoyed the sour cream blueberry pancakes with perfectly cooked strips of applewood smoked bacon. The waiter’s suggestion of the bison meatloaf for lunch delighted my palate. The vernal noodle soup loaded with tasty vegetables and added ahi tuna reminded me of wonderful Asian dishes. The Lodge does an excellent job with COVID precautions. We found a socially distanced table to enjoy our “take out” meals. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Optimal Location

Jan 1, 2021 blaise k National Harbor, Maryland

We stayed in the Sunset Lodge at Bryce Canyon NP. It is a great place to stay, because you can easily walk to the Rim trail for the incredible views. The lodge itself is an older facility, maybe built in the 1950s or 60s. The room was comfortable and we enjoyed our two nights. The only disadvantage during our stay was that none of the in park… Read more
We stayed in the Sunset Lodge at Bryce Canyon NP. It is a great place to stay, because you can easily walk to the Rim trail for the incredible views. The lodge itself is an older facility, maybe built in the 1950s or 60s. The room was comfortable and we enjoyed our two nights. The only disadvantage during our stay was that none of the in park food services were in operation due to government mandated covid actions. Our first evening we drove out of the park to Ruby's General Store, where we purchased enough food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner for our stay at the Lodge. After Ruby's we had dinner in the Bryce Canyon Pines out on Route 12. Since it snow during our full day in Bryce Canyon NP, it was nice to not need to leave the park again for food. Wifi in the lodge is minimal. The lodge description of service sounded like DSL service. At times wifi was okay, but in evening I think too many people connected. The evening service was very slow. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great Location!

Nov 18, 2020 Ken Q Denver, United States

We enjoyed our two nights here. Great location only steps away from the Bryce Amphitheatre. The location makes it easy to enjoy sunsets and sunrises! Definitely the place to stay for a visit to Bryce.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating You’re paying for the location

Nov 5, 2020 Travelinfool70 St. Petersburg, Florida

It was convenient to stay in the park, but the accommodations were outdated and worn. We stayed in a one bedroom room, perhaps the cabins would have been a better choice, we don’t know. The food was subpar and expensive. Knowing this going in, and being able to enjoy Bryce Canyon without driving, was worth it.