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Reviewed 1 September 2021 via mobile

Absolutely our favorite place on our visits to the five national parks in Utah. We opted for a cabin and loved it. Built in 1920 but remodeled nicely. From the cabins you can walk right out to the rim of Bryce Canyon. They are located between sunrise and sunset points. You can easily walk to either one. Be sure to catch the sunset in the evening and if you go to watch the sunrise be prepared as it is very cold and windy. There is a lovely restaurant in the main lodge. You order and pay for your food at the hostess table and they give you a pager that will let you know when it is ready. You can then either find an empty table or take it back to your room. There is a general store about a half mile away with snacks and souvenirs. It opens at 9:00am. Loved this lodge and this area! Enjoy!!

Date of stay: August 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank LindaKayC
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Reviewed 31 August 2021

The location is fantastic, just steps away from the edge of the Canyon, Sunrise and Sunset Points, and Navajo trail. The people on reception are nice and helpful. Ranger's lectures about history of the canyon are very interesting. The lodge feels like it was built with love a long time ago, but today I wouldn't choose it if not for location. The toilet in our room was hilarious, it sends 3 feet tall fountain into the air when flashed, and the fact that its bowl is clean only in the middle makes it even more unpleasant. The federal mask mandate in on in the lodge buildings, and the enforcement is random and sometimes ridiculous, especially around using cafeteria. Most of the menu items in the cafeteria are not edible, lunch sandwich and breakfast muffins were OK though.

Date of stay: August 2021
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Thank katie3105
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Reviewed 29 August 2021 via mobile

Nice room. Convenience is why you stay here ..steps from the rim and nice walks. Check in lady was nice but long winded for the two people in front of me. Suggestions of where to hike where to eat and what beer to drink. But when there is a line waiting to check in and.one counter person ..let the ranger do that job. I am talking 15 mins to 20 mins to check in each person ... That aside clean comfortable nice room ... No TV ..ok. not much cell coverage ..and the wifi is horrible ...horrible horrible. TP is rough. Tissues are rough. They don't clean your room the 2nd day. I mean if it was a $100 a night room noprob. But this was ,$300 or so a night ... Long story short is they are always full so spending anything (wifi ... Paper products ...etc) is probably seen as just less profit. Nice place but no niceties.

Room tip: One night then move on
Date of stay: August 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank Q3524BOcarlb
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Reviewed 23 August 2021

The Bryce Canyon lodge is all about being on the rim of the amazing canyon. The views just a short walk from your room is worth the price we paid of $248 out the door. The room was very nice as was the building. There is a bit of a walk from the parking lot to your room. There is no elevator in the Sunrise building we stayed in. There don't seem to be rooms in the main lodge any longer except maybe for the employees. The Sunrise and Sunset buildings and smaller cabins are for guests. The most wonderful part I enjoyed was walking to the canyon at night to see the stars. I wish I had more time. It takes about 5-10 minutes for your eyes to adjust to the complete darkness. Then you see an incredible amount of stars in the sky. I don't recall ever being able to see so many! Just be careful walking to and from the canyon from the room. A flashlight or your phone to light the way is a must. The room is large, clean, and comfortable. No AC for summer but there is a heater for winter. There are portable fans too. No TV...but that is a good thing. The internet works well in the common areas of the Sunrise building...very handy when planning your next day and staying in touch with folks.

Room tip: The ability to walk out your room and be next to canyon is awesome!
Date of stay: August 2021
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1  Thank photoguy_10
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Reviewed 18 August 2021 via mobile

Love this lodge in the old fashioned southwest style. Large room with two queen beds, nice balcony, updated bathroom. Had to go to different building for food which was all take out due to Covid. Food at the lodge was good. Great location within the park. Close to two trail heads. No TV but WiFi.

Room tip: Can be very hot in summer but rooms have AC. First floor of Sunrise lodge is relatively accessible.
Date of stay: August 2021
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank Rita_Ohio
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