Lodge at Bryce Canyon
Address: #1 Canyon Lodge, Hwy 63,
Bryce Canyon, UT 84764
Now listed on the National Historic Register. The Lodge at Bryce Canyon is the only lodging actually in the National Park. Designed by Gilbert Stanley Underwood, who also designed The Lodge at the Grand Canyon North Rim, this elegant Lodge and dining room represent the rustic style Underwood ultimately defined. Accommodations include 70 motel-style guest rooms and 40 cabins. The Western Cabins combine cozy beds and a gas-log fireplace with rustic features like open beams and lodgepole pine walls. Each cabin has two queen beds and can accommodate up to four guests. The two-story, Sunrise / Sunset motel rooms are newly-renovated, providing either one king or two queen beds. Up to five guests may be accommodated in the Queen rooms or three in the King rooms. Amenities at the Lodge include WiFi in the main lodge and Valhalla coffee shop. All rooms have mini-fridges, microwaves, telephones, clock radios, hairdryers, coffee-makers, portable fans, and thermostat-controlled heat.
The Bryce Canyon Dining Room with two beautiful fireplaces features varied menu options. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, guests order breakfast classics off the menu or indulge in the quick, affordable, and generous breakfast buffet. And in the evening, dinner entrees include steaks, chops, fish, and chicken. Vegetarian options are also offered. Guests can appreciate the selection of local microbrews and international wines. Guests on the go can grab a snack at the fast-food snack bar in the Park’s General Store. Or, order yummy to-go box lunches 24-hrs. in advance to take along on hiking and day trip outings. Several hiking trails begin near the Lodge. There are more than 50 miles of hiking trails in the Park. Stay a week, stay a night. The Lodge at Bryce Canyon is the perfect in-Park spot from which to launch your exploration.