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Boulder Mountain Lodge
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 500 reviews
Perfect spot to stay between Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef!
User: AMVroadqueen from: Mount Shasta, California
Published Date: Apr, 20, 2022
Travel Date: Mar, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
Just as lovely as the pictures! So clean and quiet. Great covered deck to relax and bird watch. Common area of lodge was lovey and inviting - wish we could have stayed longer! Room was really spacious and Keurig coffee maker always a treat. Hells Backbone wasn't open for the season. Had lovely bits at the two adjacent eateries: lamb burgers at Burr Trail Grill and INCREDIBLE breakfast sandwich at coffee at Burr Trail Outpost. Drive from Bryce Canyon to Boulder, UT slow going, but amazing views all along the Hwy 12. Highly recommend this hotel: Luxury stay at mid-range price!
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Outstanding lodge and setting!
User: Carol B from: Georgia
Published Date: Mar, 31, 2022
Travel Date: Mar, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
We loved the Boulder Mountain Lodge! Our room was spacious and very comfortable, and the entire property is quiet and beautiful. Our 2nd floor balcony provided stunning mountain views and overlooked a lovely pond and nature preserve. We were disappointed that Hell’s Backbone Grill was still closed for winter, but we were traveling early in the year and knew coming in that it as well as other restaurants wouldn’t be open yet. So we brought left-overs for the first night and got excellent take-out the second. Fortunately, the fun and artistic Burr Trail Outpost next door was open, and the full-of-personality staff provided us and the locals with a delicious breakfast both mornings. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Boulder Mountain Lodge and hope to return to this remote, peaceful, and magnificent place in the future,
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JANUARY SOJOURN
User: fallalars from: Santa Fe, New Mexico
Published Date: Jan, 26, 2022
Travel Date: Jan, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
Boulder Mountain Lodge in an "A PLUS" experience on every level. This is not my first stay at Boulder Mountain Lodge. January is a quiet time at this heavenly lodge. The staff make you feel like family and every detail is perfect. I travelled with my dog. She was treated like royalty as long as I followed their well written and considerate "pet guidelines". There are no meals available at the Lodge nor in Boulder in late January though the Lodge will give a guest a morning brown bag breakfast to help you out. Food shopping in Loa or Escalante, Utah, before you arrive in Boulder is a must. A few restaurants are open in Escalante but one must drive over 40 miles on Utah State Road 12, round trip, to get lunches or dinners. Be prepared to be self sufficient for meals. Boulder Mountain Lodge is one in a million and it is Heaven on Earth in a remote part of Utah.
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Good stay but our room was not what we'd call luxury ...
User: BuccaneerDave from: Nanaimo, Canada
Published Date: Dec, 7, 2021
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2021
Rating: 3
We arrived late in the evening on Thanksgiving weekend and stayed in one of their last King rooms. Everything was clean, in good working order. Loved the bulk Aveda products. We had a good sleep. Nice and quiet, comfortable mattress. Everything we had read online mentioned the word luxury. We were anticipating luxury. I am sure that some of the other accommodation available must be luxurious however the room we stayed in was far from luxury. It was comfortable and clean but not luxurious. Thus the lowered score. Otherwise we would have rated this property a 4. BTW I tightened up all the nuts and bolts on the chairs in the room as they were loose and close to breaking. We arrived to find that all food options in Boulder were closed and we were unprepared for that. We sincerely appreciated the freezer full of frozen dinners that were available for purchase and microwavable in room. That was very thoughtful.
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Idyllic Setting Adds Much to Lodge Experience
User: Marshall J from: Bainbridge Island, Washington
Published Date: Oct, 21, 2021
Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2021
Rating: 5
Boulder Mountain Lodge overlooks a lovely bird sanctuary pond teeming with wildlife and that idyllic setting adds greatly to the lodge experience. After lugging heavy road-trip suitcases up a flight of stairs -- there is no elevator -- we settled in to a queen room with pleasing décor and access to an open porch overlooking the pond. The room was stylishly decorated but a bit cramped with little space around its large and handsome furniture. The bathroom and vanity area actually seemed more spacious and boasted a great powerhouse shower (always a plus to us). Some of the lodge's signature wellness options did seem curtailed by the pandemic, but its proximity to the much-lauded Hell's Backbone Grill restaurant, adjacent to the parking lot, made this relaxing stay into a gourmet's dream.
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