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The Lodge at Bryce Canyon
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Location…good for the short walk to the canyon rim.
User: acid_slug from: Scottsdale, Arizona
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Jan, 16, 2023
Travel Date: Jul, 1, 2022
Rating: 3
The location is great, right next to the rim. At night, the sky is spectacular! The chalet/cabin is basic. Comfy, but gets cool/cold at night. We could not get our fireplace to work. You are out in nature so be prepared for few amenities and little-to-no phone service (no wifi). Having looked at the restaurant and the price of the menu, my advice is to drive 10 minutes to town and eat there - breakfast, lunch and dinner. Bryce is beautiful, the lodge scores because you can walk to the rim, day or night, but that’s where the stars end. Not a luxury or romantic getaway and the food offerings let it down.

Lodge at Bryce Canyon
User: GoVols79 from: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Dec, 3, 2022
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
I tried multiple times a day for months and was finally able to secure a room at the Bryce Canyon Lodge for our trip to Utah. My family and I really enjoyed staying here. We stayed in the Sunset building and while the room was certainly nothing fancy being able to walk out of your room and right over to the canyon rim is such a great benefit. This was our kids first visit to Bryce Canyon and they loved it. Staying within the park was definitely a part of that. We ate dinner in the lodge one night which was convenient if not a little pricey. The real advantage would be staying multiple nights and being able to stay within the park which we hope to do at some point in the future.

The Lodge, that building, excellent. Cabins excellent. Motel average. So overall, very good
User: SeniorTravelerTF from: Fort Atkinson
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Dec, 2, 2022
Travel Date: Aug, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
There are three types of accommodations, actually four if you include camping, provided by the concessionaire. The central point, the lodge building, has a very limited (4-6?) rooms - but they are worth the long lead time required, and even then a lot of luck, to get a reservation For starters, it is one of the historic park lodge structures we picture in our mind. These rooms aren't fancy, but they have a large bedroom, adequate bathroom with shower, and a roomy sitting room. Being located in the main building in the park they also offer a communal sitting room with fireplace, restaurant, information desk, tour information and everything you would expect from the focal point of the park. A drawback however, the restaurant is reasonable, and good, for breakfast, but lunch and dinner are very expensive and not family friendly. Close by are the cabins, with a few different formats, but all that we have stayed in during several trips are clean and comfortable. And they have the added benefit of a fireplace, and are adjacent to the canyon rim. The Sunrise and Sunset "lodge" rooms are really just chain motel-like rooms. Nothing special about the room other than the location, adjacent to the rim, and setting. But clean and always quiet in all my visits.

Staying at the Lodge was a smart splurge
User: Kava63 from: New York City, New York
Published Date: Dec, 1, 2022
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
Very welcoming when we arrived at midnight after a 5 hour drive from Las Vegas. Didnt stay in the main Lodge building but the annex was nice, if not so historic. Clean, spacious, comfortable, nicely decorated. A little balcony facing the canyon but it was too chilly to use at the end of October. Breakfast or in the dining room was good and very ample, with friendly staff. Guests should know, it is not included w the room. The location is simply stunning, as is pretty much everything at Bryce. The general store was a short walk and had everything a traveler could need. The one change I would ask for would be brighter bulbs in the bedroom light fixtures. It was really dim in there, I think that’s why some older guests were always reading in the brighter common sitting areas! Oh, and no television in the rooms was a plus for me - some people may not think so. The wifi service on the premises was fine.

Dark and Cold
User: NPHiker from: Forest Hill, MD
Published Date: Nov, 12, 2022
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2022
Rating: 3
Stayed in a Western cabin, which was difficult to find when arriving after dark. Bryce prides itself on being dark, but I shouldn't need to a headlamp to find my room. Parking is not near the cabins, making moving luggage difficult as well. The primary issue was that there is single 2-3 foot baseboard heater attempting to heat a fairly large room. When I woke up in was 60 degrees in the room and lower in the separate bathroom. The food and service in the lodge is very good. Of course, the prime benefit to staying here is the two minute walk to the rim at sunrise

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