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Zion Lodge
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Very helpful night clerk and night watchman
User: catperson2008 from: Michigan's West Coast
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 13, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
Stayed in cabins Pros: In room fireplace Bathroom layout: one area with small sink, toilet, and tub/shower. Second area with second sink and generous counterspace. Good bathroom lighting. Great atmosphere Clean beds, clean room. Helpful night staff. We arrived at 2:30a. The night clerk and the night watchman were very helpful. The watchman directed us to the parking area, and led us with his flashlight to our cabin. Without them we might have wandered awhile, since the place is really dark at night. Con: Red Rock Inn Restaurant is very noisy - hard floors, hard tables, no tablecloths
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Great Views!
User: geoffcolt from:
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jun, 11, 2019
Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
If you are going to Zion stay in the park at the lodge. It was nice to wake up early and enjoy coffee on our deck and see the beautiful scenery. We enjoyed breakfast at the lodge and was impressed by the selection food on the buffet.
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Wonderful room
User: NPSeaker from: Albany, New York
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Jun, 10, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
The rooms here are wonderful - beautiful furniture, clean, modern bathroom, nice closets, rear balcony, and very nice shampoo, soap & lotion. Of course the location cannot get any better. Walk to the dining room for your meals and steps away from the hiking trails and shuttle. We slept very good here. Comfortable bed and nice to have TV and internet, although slow. There were deer in the grassy area in front of the lodge in the evening and turkeys in the same area in the morning. The views are outstanding.
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Excellent place to stay in the National Park
User: highhousefarm from: Halifax, United Kingdom
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: Jun, 4, 2019
Travel Date: May, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
In theory, you need to stop at the Visitor Centre and obtain a special red Permit ticket in order to drive up the Zion Canyon road to the Lodge. This is because the canyon road is closed to all Park visitor traffic. However, we reached the Park after the Visitor Centre had closed so were told to drive directly to,the Lodge and get our red Permit there. If approaching from the East as we were ( having come from Bryce NP), it is quite a long way from the Park entrance to the Lodge - about 45 mins I think. The setting for the Lodge, deep into the Canyon, is absolutely stunning, as is the building itself. The Lodge and environs can get busy during the day with visitors on the excellent shuttle bus service that operates in the Park, but by late afternoon/early evening that has all gone and you are in an oasis of tranquility. The rooms ate excellent. Dining is also very good, although we had to wait for our table each night despite booking a specific time. There seemed to me to be just too many people involved in the process of getting into the dining room and not enough people actually working in the dining room!! You are met by a guardian at the bottom of the stairs to the dining room who has a headset to communicate with those above. After a wait, you are allowed to mount the stairs to be greeted by the second guardian at the head of the stairs. You then wait again for a table to be found for you. Go figure! It was apparent on both evening that there were several completely empty tables but insufficient servers to clear and reset them. That aside, this is an excellent place, and the food is very good. We can thoroughly recommend it in every way.

Not a great value, but worth it
User: smileynvp from: Tyler, Texas
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: May, 17, 2019
Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2019
Rating: 4
This hotel is pricey. But, you are paying for location. It is nice to be able to drive your car into the park and not have to take an additional bus ride or pay extra for parking. That being said, you still have to ride the buses to get around inside the park. Because of this Zion was not my favorite. There were so many people and a lot of trails are closed...I digress... this is about the hotel. It was clean but a little dated. There was a coffee maker and fridge. It was nice to sit outside the front of the lodge in the rocking chairs after the throngs of people left for the day. It was also nice to get up early and be on the trail to Angel's landing before everyone else got there. If you are going to Zion, I recommend staying in the Lodge. Even with the high price, it makes the visit less of a hassle.
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