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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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Location, location, location, and a place of peace and serenity

Oct 15, 2021 L7384VCdeborahh Fairfield, Connecticut

Overall, we had a lovely experience at the Lodge. The main lodge is quite beautiful - the lobby, dining areas, out and in, and gift shop. We were in the Sentinel building, second floor. We were surprised to have WiFi. Sure, it’s not the strongest, but just that there was any WiFi in a canyon, was unexpected. The room was spacious,… Read more
Overall, we had a lovely experience at the Lodge. The main lodge is quite beautiful - the lobby, dining areas, out and in, and gift shop. We were in the Sentinel building, second floor. We were surprised to have WiFi. Sure, it’s not the strongest, but just that there was any WiFi in a canyon, was unexpected. The room was spacious, comfortable, and offered a lovely balcony with rocking chairs and a small table. Shout out to Gabby, at reception. I had a couple of personal items, for which I needed assistance, and she was very supportive and helpful. Thank you, Gabby. The crew in the restaurant were great, and we thought the food, albeit limited choices for lunch and dinner, was good and reasonably priced, relatively speaking. You can also get wine, beer or a cocktail with a meal. Breakfast option is limited to a buffet, but it’s reasonably priced, so if you’re not a big eater, you don’t have a “waste of money” feeling, Odd though - no toast, and milk choice is limited to whole milk - no low fat, no skim, no milk alternatives. There is no place to store luggage, if you arrive early - unfortunate. As some others have mentioned before, the coffee makers are a problem. We stayed in 7 hotels/park lodges, and had never experienced a problem having coffee in the am. Seems an easy fix, especially with all the reports of problems reported here. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great to be able to stay right in Zion Canyon NP

Oct 9, 2021 PMR2056 Rochester, Michigan

Great location, nice rooms, dining at the lodge was very good. We really liked the advantages of being able to stay in the park (often for a lower cost than the rooms at the hotels in Springdale) - sitting on the balcony watching the night sky, not needing to rush around to find parking / catch shuttles to get into the park in the morning, ... The… Read more
Great location, nice rooms, dining at the lodge was very good. We really liked the advantages of being able to stay in the park (often for a lower cost than the rooms at the hotels in Springdale) - sitting on the balcony watching the night sky, not needing to rush around to find parking / catch shuttles to get into the park in the morning, ... The Lodge has an excellent breakfast buffet to get you off to a good start. We then went back for a mid-afternoon lunch and sat outside and enjoyed the views. Room was good, maybe not 5 star, but my purpose for being at Zion was to enjoy the park. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Very Disappointed

Oct 4, 2021 robync475 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

First of all the location is a 5, but after that I can’t say much good about the place. The check in at the Lodge was not very professional. Once we finally got our room, I must say I was very disappointed. The room is not very nice (218) , the bed was one of the worst I have had to sleep in. We had a coffee maker that did not work. So my husband… Read more
First of all the location is a 5, but after that I can’t say much good about the place. The check in at the Lodge was not very professional. Once we finally got our room, I must say I was very disappointed. The room is not very nice (218) , the bed was one of the worst I have had to sleep in. We had a coffee maker that did not work. So my husband went to the front desk to report it, and they looked at him like he was nuts. The answer from the front desk…” we don’t have any more coffee makers” … so needless to say for three nights not only don’t you get room service they never got us a coffee maker that worked. Now the issue here is that this is not a cheap hotel….I expect better service. The wifi was awful, we never were able to pull our mail, or use our phones in any way. My advice, while I understand the desire to be in the park, I am not sure it is worth it. And if you are in room 218, your coffee maker is not going to work. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Beautiful and peaceful!

Oct 4, 2021 LovemyAcura Phoenix

Stayed in a king bed suite in Sentinel building with an amazing view of the lawn and beautiful mountains. There is no elevator so you have to get your luggage upstairs yourself. Ate at their restaurant and enjoyed fish and chips. Also had the breakfast buffet. Go early to the buffet as later it gets cold and unattended. There was a problem with… Read more
Stayed in a king bed suite in Sentinel building with an amazing view of the lawn and beautiful mountains. There is no elevator so you have to get your luggage upstairs yourself. Ate at their restaurant and enjoyed fish and chips. Also had the breakfast buffet. Go early to the buffet as later it gets cold and unattended. There was a problem with the open air tram tours this weekend. ALL of those tours were reserved for private tour companies with no seats available for the rest of us paying guests. That’s not fair! Most of the people I spoke to weren’t even guests of the hotel. They just rode the shuttle and clogged up the restaurants and chairs out front. More effort should be made to help guests come first. Love Zion np but this hotel was a little disappointing. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Wow, just wow

Oct 1, 2021 Larry H Hilton Head, South Carolina

The majesty, strength, beauty of the mountains are, just, unbelievable. The shuttle system is so easy to use, I wish the other parks utilized this method also. The trails are well marked, not only to hike, but also the difficulty. Well worth the visit.