The historic Lodge at Bryce Canyon offers unrivaled access to breathtaking views, world-class hiking trails, and a tranquil wilderness. As the only lodging within the national park, all of lodge’s facilities are just steps from the Bryce Amphitheater--the stunning ancient rock formations that must be seen to be completely realized. The Lodge offers 114 rooms which are mostly situated between the main lodge and the amphitheater rim in a fragrant stand of old-growth Ponderosa Pines. Historic Western cabins give guests a rustic experience with the comforts of home. More contemporary hotel rooms are available in two-story lodges located on Sunrise or Sunset Point.
The historic western cabins combine cozy beds and a gas log fireplace with rustic features like open beams and lodge-pole-pine walls. Located in-between the main lodge and the rim, the cabins are organized in groups of two or four with a connecting door if desired. Each room has two queen beds, a coffee-maker, clock-radio alarm, telephone; portable fan, and thermostat-controlled heat.
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon Restaurant is consistently rated as one of the area's best dining experiences. A grand stone fireplace graces the 180-seat dining room and delivers just the right amount of rustic elegance to guests who want to enjoy fine food in a remarkable atmosphere. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is serve daily. No reservations are required, Seating is on a first come-first served basis. Attire is casual.
The Lodge is ideally located nearby the canyon's rim and hiking trailheads. Guests are only steps away from scenic viewpoints, fine dining, shopping, and park programs.