Bryce Canyon Lodge is located in Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. The lodge is located near the edge of Bryce Canyon. Guests can walk from their rooms to the rim of Bryce Canyon.
Bryce Canyon Lodge
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon has 114 rooms that include motel rooms, cabins, and suites. The dining room is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner right off of the main lobby.
Gilbert Stanley Underwood was the architect and builder of the lodge in 1925. It has been proposed that the lodge be added to the National Historic Landmark status.
The main building of the lodge houses the registration desk, lobby, gift shop, restaurant and four guest suites. The sunset and sunrise lodge rooms are in buildings just down from the main lodge building.We stayed at the Lodge at Bryce Canyon at the end of May and ended up being in a crazy snowstorm.
Our room was part of the Sunrise and Sunset Lodge Rooms. We ended up with an ADA Accessible room during our stay so the photos may differ a bit from a normal room especially in the bathroom.
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon is a pretty basic hotel that is located in an epic location. The rooms are basic but they offer the opportunity to walk to one of the most beautiful views in the National Park System.
You can leave your room and within a few minutes be looking out over the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon.
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon is the only lodging available within the park. The lodge is managed by Forever Resorts an authorized concessioner of the National Park Service.
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Lodge at Bryce Canyon Room Photos
Two queen beds in an ADA Accessible room on the first floor of the lodge.
ADA Accessible bathroom in a 2 queen room.
Each room has a small balcony with 2 chairs and a small table.
Sunrise and Sunset Lodge Room Amenities
- Rooms have either one king or two queen beds.
- Full Bathroom (Shower/Tub) with Sink/Dressing Area
- Hair Dryer
- Semi-Private Porch or Balcony
- Refrigerator, Microwave, Coffeemaker, Clock-Radio Alarm, Telephone, Portable Fan and thermostat-controlled Heat
The historic cabins are located near the main lodge building.
- Two Queen-Sized Beds
- Full Bathroom (Shower/Tub)
- Additional Sink/Dressing Area with Hair Dryer
- Small Semi-Private Porch
- Gas-Log Fireplace
- Additional Amenities Include: coffee maker, microwave, mini-fridge, clock radio with alarm, telephone, portable fan, thermostat-controlled heat
Bryce Canyon Lodge Restaurant
I don't know if it was the snowstorm or normal but we did not have a great meal at the restaurant. The buffet breakfast was cold and not very tasty.
If you dine at the restaurant I would suggest ordering off the menu instead of eating the buffet. Hopefully, your food will be warm and have flavor.
Seating in the Lodge at Bryce Canyon restaurant is first come first served.
There is a gift shop right off of the lobby with souvenirs.
Bryce Canyon Lodge Reservations
Reservations can be made online or by calling 877-386-4383.
The person whose name is on the reservation must be the person who checks in at the lodge. My wife went to the front desk to check us in while I parked and they would not let her check-in since my name was on the reservation.
There is a $10 per person charge for more than two guests.
Children 15 and under stay free.
Check-in time is 4:00 p.m.
Check-out time is 11:00 a.m.
Park Address - The Lodge at Bryce Canyon
Bryce Canyon National Park
Bryce, Utah 84764
Elevation - Lodge at Bryce Canyon is 7,956 feet above sea level.
Cell Service - There is limited cell service at the lodge.
Pets - Other than service animals pets are not allowed in lodge rooms.
TV - There are no televisions at the lodge
Air conditioning - There is no air conditioning at the lodge but that shouldn't be a problem since the weather rarely gets that hot.
WiFi - There is some WiFi in the lobby area of the lodge but it does not reach all the way to the guest rooms.
Smoking - The lodge is completely non-smoking
Bryce Canyon Camping - Check out the campgrounds located within the park.
Utah National Parks - Check out all of the National Parks in Utah you can visit during your trip.
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