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Bryce Canton Lodge was very pretty. We stayed in a small cabin complex. The room was very clean and beds were comfortable. Bathroom was also clean and roomy. There was no air conditioning, TV or wifi. There was a small refrigerator. Unfortunately we were there...More
We spent 2 night in the Underwood Suite at Bryce Canyon Lodge. Room is on the 2nd floor and was very nice. We arrived on a warm day so without air conditioning it was quite warm in the room through most of the night. However,...More
If you really want to stay in walking distance to the park, of course this is your only option. You do pay for that luxury though and don't get nearly as much value for your money here as you would elsewhere.
The hotel is nice...More
The main purpose for our visit to Bryce Canyon Lodge is to hike on the Navajo loop and Queen's garden trail, which was between sunset point and sunrise point. We also wanted to do the stargazing and watch sunrise. To fulfill the purpose, our best...More
Must do while there: horse back riding down the canyon....we had Cody as our guide! He was very knowledgeable and entertaining. Also take the free three hour tour to Rainbow point. They take you to all the major sites...no need to drive and the guide...More
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US$285 - US$346 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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