The only lodge in Bryce Canyon National Park
Located just a short walk from the canyon’s rim, this lodge is the only lodging within the national park itself. Open from the end of March to the beginning of November, the lodge is the perfect choice if you wish to have the miles of trails and incredible canyon views on your doorstep. There is a restaurant on site serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. As with many in-park accomodation, the Lodge fills quickly so book your room early.
Bryce Canyon Lodge has both motel rooms rustic western-style cabins. Each has two queen beds, a phone, private porch or balcony and radio alarm clock, while the cabins also boast romantic gas fireplaces. To enhance guests’ sense of the magic of the surroundings, none of the rooms have televisions. There’s also a Suite option for extra living space and second floor views.
At the heart of the national park, close to the rim of the canyon itself
Good to know
114 rooms and lodge suites
• Follow one of the park's many hiking trails which include the popular Navajo Loop Trail and the 8.3-mile Fairyland Loop Trail • Join a geology talk, rim walk or star-gazing excursion guided by a park ranger.
Restaurant, pizzeria, coffee shop
*Denotes local charge