by Whitney Rife
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon offers a 1920s elegance with hickory furnishings as well as its historical setting in the national park. Nearby, guests can access the amphitheater’s rim and hiking trails. Four different types of suites, motel-style rooms and spacious cabins are available at The Lodge. The hotel is a great place for families who want to relax with nature, as there are no televisions in the rooms. Motel rooms have two beds, a full bath and a private porch or balcony. Suites offer two separate rooms, a sitting area, clock radios and coffeemakers. The Western Cabins feature private porches and log fireplaces. Cribs and rollaway beds are available on request. Guest laundry facilities are at The Lodge, too. The dining room serves up gorgeous views of the Ponderosa Pine Forest in a rustic atmosphere. It is open for all meals. Green Restaurant offers organic and locally-inspired dishes, focusing on sustainability. In-room dining is also available, and box lunches for hikes can be provided. Children under 17 stay for free with parents. The national park provides ranger-led children’s programs.
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We throughly enjoyed the gift shop. The items were different from others we were in. Additionally, the prices were exceptional. It is a must stop. The lodge is beautiful and staff friendly. Will stay at the lodge next time.
We stayed at the Lodge in Bryce Canyon for two nights and so happy we did. We stayed in the Sunrise Building which is a short walk to the main Lodge. Our room was excellent -- comfortable, quiet, and very well appointed. The service is outstanding. We ate all of our meals in the dining room. The food and service was also excellent. The little extra price of staying at the Lodge is well worth it and highly recommend it.