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Zion National Park Lodge
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Zion National Park Lodge
User: GoVols79 from: Chattanooga, Tennessee
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Dec, 3, 2022
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
Our family stayed one night at the Zion National Park Lodge in a cabin and couldn’t have been happier with the choice. Being able to drive into the canyon in your own car and rely less on the shuttle system is a huge plus. The room was not updated or large but certainly very charming. I never heard our neighbors next door. The lodge area is very busy during the day but at night it really clears out and we enjoyed seeing the deer come onto the lawn. I would love to come back and stay multiple nights at some point in the future.

Zion National Park Lodge cabin stay
User: Walter O from: Severn, North Carolina
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Dec, 2, 2022
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2022
Rating: 5
We visited Zion National Park and were lucky enough to get a reservation for a cabin for one night. Although there was some construction going on in the parking lot, we were able to secure a decent parking spot. The cabin was very nice. The cabins have no TV or Wi-Fi, we knew that in advance and that was okay. The lodge was a short distance away where we were able to have dinner and breakfast. It was the hardest reservation we had to make on our month-long trip (Zion National Lodge), but we certainly enjoyed staying there.

Enjoy the view
User: MyFamilyAndUs from: Atlanta, Georgia
Published Date: Nov, 19, 2022
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2022
Rating: 4
The location can’t be beat. Once the throngs of people leave Zion NP for the day, the area is relaxing and beautiful. In the evening we sat outside on our porch and enjoyed watching deer graze on the lawn that only a few hours earlier were full of visitors. Our room was very comfortable and clean. Even thought the lodge was full, our room was as quiet. We had no internet while we’re were in the park. The food in the restaurant is average at best. Burger was bad but the salad was good. We brought breakfast food with us. Being able to drive your car in the park to the lodge is an added bonus.
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Disgusting Cabins with bedbugs, mice, spiders, stained bedding and paper thin walls
User: 74annel from: Fountain Hills, Arizona
Trip Type: Family
Published Date: Nov, 16, 2022
Travel Date: Nov, 1, 2022
Rating: 1
BELIEVE THE BAD REVIEWS...I wish I did! DO NOT, I repeat ,DO NOT, stay in the accommodations inside the canyon park lodge. We arrived after driving 7 hours through a snow storm and went into our freezing cold cabin that had no heat on. We turned on the gas fireplace(the only heat source) and it took 3 hours to get the room up to 65 degrees. The gas fireplace made a piercing, loud noise that was extremely unnerving. What a choice, freezing cold room or piercing loud noise? We found mouse droppings in the drawers, stained bedding with hairs all throughout sheets and pillow cases, tiny bugs, alive and dead in the creases in the sheets and bed, a big thick spider on bed, and floors that had sand and hairs on them. One morning we were awakened by a mouse rummaging through our supplies on the desk. The cabin is adjoined to another cabin and you can hear EVERYTHING through the paper thin walls. It was the farthest thing from relaxing. Our neighbors had small children that cried and whined, which I don't fault them for and can tolerate. The parents were not tolerable as they spoke offensively, were argumentative and behaved unpleasantly. There was construction going on outside which you could hear quite well. We would go on beautiful amazing hikes during the day and feel a sense of dread when we had to return back to our cabins in the evening. It was the farthest thing from a place of comfort and relaxation. The pluses...the bathroom was clean, the shower had hot water, there was a microwave and small refrigerator. The biggest plus is that you wake up and you are in the canyon. You can't beat the location, it is gorgeous! But just because you have a gorgeous location doesn't justify $250 a night for an abysmal lodging. If you do decide to stay here, bring your own food, your own coffee and beverages. You do not want to rely on the lodge restaurant. Food is like cafeteria food, you wouldn't choose to eat. We had flat beer and the cheapest semblance of wine with our cheeseburger that had a nice bun, good sweet potato fries, but the "burger," was more like a mystery patty with and odd chewy texture. We brought our own Kurig coffee maker and pods and had a good cup of coffee in the room in the morning. Other people just wanted to get a quick cup of coffee at the restaurant, and we felt bad for them because they had to wait on line with all those waiting to have breakfast there. There was no way to get a cup to go and forego the line. All in all, I would NEVER stay here again! I strongly encourage everyone reading this not to have the false optimism I had that "it can't be too bad."
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Nice Lodge in Magnificent Setting
User: jenedc2016 from: Santa Rosa, California
Published Date: Nov, 12, 2022
Travel Date: Dec, 1, 2021
Rating: 4
We had a wonderful stay here on our December 2021-January 2022 road trip through the American Southwest (drove from Santa Rosa, California to Santa Fe, New Mexico, and back - I have already posted some reviews of places earlier but they have now been mixed in with reviews of other things since and I'm trying to put in in what I can when I can). Three of us stayed in one of the cabins and it was wonderful, a nice, characterful and cozy place. It was charming, with much of its original character, and it was comfortable. It had a nice-sized bedroom, bathroom, and,a cross a small hall area, a small kitchen space, which was very handy. Those who want more "modern conveniences" might not like these cabins much, the bathroom having not been modernised and there being no television. We, however, like these things and don't even use televisions when we travel. We like the old charm of the bathrooms, etc., and there was a nice gas fireplace which warmed the room nicely, the beds were comfortable, and it had a cozy feel in the cold nights. They cabins are set at the end away from the main lodge building but that adds to their scenic setting and makes them more peaceful and quiet. The overall place is very nice but we did see that the hotel-like rooms in large buildings seemed like they were probably rather dull with a crowded dorm-like quality and we feel that we would have enjoyed our stay less in those. The main building is nice but is nothing amazing like some other National Park hotels (i.e., Ahwahnee, Death Valley Inn, or El Tovar in the Grand Canyon). The dining area upstairs has nice windows giving great views and has fairly attractive decor but otherwise is nothing special and has a cafeteria quality about it. Breakfast was good, but not outstanding, with self-serve buffet. Dinner was pretty bad - steak all cooked until it could be cooked no more, overcooked basic vegetables. One of us got a "cocktail" which was dreadful. Therefore, after the first dinner, we decided only to eat breakfast there. We ate dinners in town instead. The setting is outstanding and magnificent and this is a hue positive factor. The lodge is set right in the Zion valley with stunning views all around. Moreover, it has trail heads right next to it so one can just walk out of the lodge and start hiking through Zion. Also, if one stays at the lodge, one is guaranteed to be allowed to drive one's own car into the scenic drive, which may not be possible otherwise due to the volume of visitors., etc., which happens. I highly recommend this lodge, because it is very nice and the location and convenience are wonderful. But, be aware of its limitations: this is not a super high-end luxury place, the most special rooms are the cabins, which are less modernised than many might want, and the food is generally not good.
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