Zion Lodge

Zion National Park, Utah

The hotel

The beauty of Zion is right outside as this is the only accommodation that is actually within the national park and features motel style rooms and historic cabins. Being in the great outdoors means there are plenty of activities available for your recreation nearby including bike rentals* so you can truly explore this glorious location within the National Park.

Amenities

  • Free Parking
  • Internet Access
  • Near National Park
  • Horse Riding
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Restaurant

Where is it

In Zion National Park.

Hotel information

122 hotel rooms and cabins, all with air-conditioning, coffee maker, telephone, alarm/clock radio with MP3 player, hairdryer, iron and board. Motel Rooms offer 2 queen-size beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults with rollaway.

Western Cabins with gas log fireplace and private porch with 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Red Rock Grill for breakfast, lunch and dinner (reservations required for dinner). Castle Dome Café snack bar (seasonal). Gift shop. 24-hour front desk. Immediate access to nature reserves and hiking trails. Hiking, horse riding*. Bicycle rentals close by*. Mandatory shuttle system operated by National Park Service (operates seasonally). Complimentary WiFi. Complimentary self-parking.

*Denotes local charge.

Please note: All park visitors are required to pay a National Service Entrance Park fee upon entering the park. There is also a $1 cleaning fee per person, per night, plus tax, payable locally (subject to change).

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Traveller rating

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating You are in the Park

Jan 1, 2021 blaise k National Harbor, Maryland

We chose the Zion Lodge in order to stay inside Zion National Park. From the lodge you can walk to several trails, including the trail to Angels Landing. We stay in a cabin, which was very comfortable. It had two queen beds, two chairs, a desk, a gas fire place, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, a bathroom as well as a separate sink and vanity.… Read more
We chose the Zion Lodge in order to stay inside Zion National Park. From the lodge you can walk to several trails, including the trail to Angels Landing. We stay in a cabin, which was very comfortable. It had two queen beds, two chairs, a desk, a gas fire place, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, a bathroom as well as a separate sink and vanity. Being December we really enjoyed the gas fire place, which provided a lot of warmth. The only drawback to staying in the Lodge during the covid non-sense was that all the Zion food service was limited to take-out. Our room price included breakfast, which was take-out meal of either eggs or pancakes, both with potatoes, sausage, and bacon. There was no wifi available in the cabin. Cell service inside the park is poor at best. Text messaging worked. Phone didn't work, nor other data intensive apps. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Wonderful Location. Accommodations....Not So Much.

Dec 30, 2020 Sam E Salt Lake City, Utah

OK, best location at Zion hands down. You are inside the park and trails from the hotel are plentiful, including the daunting Angel's Landing. There are deer, wild turkeys, and other wild life wandering the property and they have no fear of the guests. My cabin was in need of refurbishing, clean, but small. Internet is sketchy and there is no… Read more
OK, best location at Zion hands down. You are inside the park and trails from the hotel are plentiful, including the daunting Angel's Landing. There are deer, wild turkeys, and other wild life wandering the property and they have no fear of the guests. My cabin was in need of refurbishing, clean, but small. Internet is sketchy and there is no TV....which was fine with me, as I was too tired from hiking to care. Restaurant was closed due to Covid restrictions, but it looks very nice. There was a to-go menu offered, but the meal was only adequate. Bring your own wine!! The location can't be beat, but the town has a lot of options as well. Read less
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Dec 17, 2020 N3petruc Covington, Washington

I had to leave a review after seeing so much negativity. First of all the lodge is lovely, our room was great and the fireplace in the common areas was a nice bonus. We stayed for thanksgiving and made a last minute change because of the Zion shuttle tickets being so difficult to get. Staying in the park is a huge bonus you can walk to the angels… Read more
I had to leave a review after seeing so much negativity. First of all the lodge is lovely, our room was great and the fireplace in the common areas was a nice bonus. We stayed for thanksgiving and made a last minute change because of the Zion shuttle tickets being so difficult to get. Staying in the park is a huge bonus you can walk to the angels landing trail head which is excellent. I read many reviews about the thanksgiving feast and just assumed they cancelled it due to covid. To our surprise they did a to go buffet plate. My husband and I shared and it was more than enough food for $30. The best part was that the food was so delicious we still are talking about it. If you can get a room at the lodge it’s a must! Read less
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Dec 9, 2020 Thad B Rogers, Arkansas

This was our first time to visit the park so we decided to stay in cabins inside the park. We arrived after dark and it was very difficult to find the Lodge to check-in because of the lack of lighting they have. We actually saw a park ranger who gave us directions. After checking in - finding our cabin was another very difficult challenge… Read more
This was our first time to visit the park so we decided to stay in cabins inside the park. We arrived after dark and it was very difficult to find the Lodge to check-in because of the lack of lighting they have. We actually saw a park ranger who gave us directions. After checking in - finding our cabin was another very difficult challenge because the cabin numbers are not lighted and very difficult to find. The cabins were ok but we found dirty wash clothes in the bathroom from the previous guests. The breakfast was available for takeout and they were slow to get us our meals. On top of that, the temperature outside was in the low 30's and the six propane heaters used to keep guests warm were not working. If I were to do this over again, I would stay in Springdale at one of the hotels Read less
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Nov 26, 2020 ruthrJ7133EH Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

very basic lodging. With Covid even worse accommodations. The plus..you're in the park. Nothing special. Adequate.i have nothing else to say. Shuttle bus stops right at hotel so easy to access. Beautiful surroundings make it worth it