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The Lodge at Bryce Canyon
ELKW from: United States
Published Date: Apr, 16, 2020 Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019 Rating: 3
Just visit the lobby
It’s wooden structure, but not very beautiful, it has a fireplace in the middle of the lobby, and has some sofa, we just go there for restroom as the visitor center is not yet open until 8am. But I do take some pictures, and you may take a look to see the lodge
- Rooms: 3
- Value: 3
- Service: 3
cdl324 from: North Carolina
Published Date: Apr, 12, 2020 Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
October 2019 Stay
Unfortunately, we were only able to stay here for one night. The room was beautiful, the balcony was great. This room was one of the more expensive rooms that we stayed in during our trip & we were only in it for a few hours which was disappointing, since we loved the room so much. :)
The room was clean & quiet during our stay. We had a coffee maker & a mini refrigerator in our room. I do remember the coffee maker did not look like it had been cleaned well, so we did not use that. This would have been more of an issue if we were in our room more, & would be our only complaint.
Overall, we would stay here again if back in Bryce NP :)
- Rooms: 5
- Location: 5
- Service: 5
Published Date: Feb, 11, 2020 Travel Date: Dec, 1, 2019 Rating: 3
We really didn't stay at the lodge but had lunch there. It was part of our bus tour, PleasureBent Tours. The food was adequate, could have been better for what we paid. The eating arrangements were chaotic at best. People were not directed to proceed in any certain direction, no help from the service workers or management. So, patrons were going in any direction they wanted, creating bottlenecks to get food. It was a mess.
Published Date: Jan, 16, 2020 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2019 Rating: 5
The Perfect 1920s Rustic Lodge!
This is a great place to stay if visiting Bryce Canyon National Park - It puts you mere steps away from the canyon rim, making seeing the sunrise and sunset really easy. The historic main lodge built in the 1920s has the classic rustic look which makes places like this so special. We ended up staying in the Sunrise Motel which, while slightly-dated, were comfy and clean; our room included a balcony, refrigerator and microwave. We also ate breakfast and dinner at the lodge and both meals were very delicious. For dinner it was absolutely packed so plan on waiting for a table and don’t expect super-fast service when you finally get seated. The great draft beer selection and quality of the food more than make up for the slow service. The apple pie for dessert is a must get to close out the meal. It is in the national park so the prices will be on higher side as you pay a premium to stay and eat in the classic lodge. Staff was friendly and helpful. I would highly-recommend.
- Value: 4
- Location: 5
- Service: 5
cm_sunnyvale from: Sunnyvale, California
Published Date: Dec, 25, 2019 Travel Date: Dec, 1, 2019 Rating: 3
Review based on experience on 25th December
We came to this resort in the December(which is off season). As it is 25th December the Visitor Center was closed and roads are not snow plowed. The parking and check-in area of the hotel was not properly marked(at least it was difficult for me to find). There was around 1-2 feet of snow around the parking lot(it might not be resort's fault).Also the Bryce Lodge restaurant is closed from November(which is not known to me and not mentioned in the site).So for food either you have to go to General store or the nearest restaurant open during this time is Ruby's Inn
Overall we were not very convinced and finally decided to stay outside the Bryce National Park (although we had a booking in Bryce Lodge).
We missed the view and staying in the park may be we will try next time in Summer.