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Located 1 mi from Bryce Canyon National Park, this Utah hotel offers convenient amenities and comfortable accommodations just minutes from Scenic Byway 12 and the Escalante national Monument. Loved the amenities the hotel provides. The walkable distance to shops, restaurants and entertainment.
Nestled among the red rock cliffs of Bryce Canyon National Park, this hotel offers exceptional amenities, including a free hot breakfast, completely nonsmoking accommodations and easy access to area... Clean and comfortable, good breakfast, very convenient location, friendly staff and overall a very good bang for the buck !
Featuring a seasonal outdoor pool and a hot tub, this motel is a 5-minute drive from Bryce Canyon National Park. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant. It was comfortable and quiet. Great location. Located a couple miles from the entrance into Bryce. We rented ebikes which was located a 1/2 mile away. Of course the best part was the famous Pines restaurant out front.
Boasting on-site dining, Bryce UpTop Lodge offers accommodations 5.6 mi from Sunrise Point and 4.3 mi away from Inspiration Point. Free WiFi is available and in-house parking is provided. Staff (Jeremiah) was very friendly and helpful. The room is a little small with no extra room for a table or chairs. The wall are way too thin. All sounds of conversation could be heard from one room to the other.
Located in Tropic, Utah, this inn overlooks Bryce Canyon National Park and Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument. Perfect for a girls hiking trip getaway. There were 5 of us. The location and views were fantastic! What a treasure! And having our own hot tub on the deck was simply blissful! We walked up to see the treehouses- so romantic! We all want to come back with our husbands for a getaway:) The main cabin/restaurant was currently closed and we had dinner in town at IDK bbq. It was great.
There are other locations in the world that have hoodoos, but nothing like Bryce Canyon. It is a "must-see" place, in my opinion. The remarkable formations, the variety of colors, the option to walk down into the "bowl" amongst the formations or walk and drive around the rim to view the scene from many perspectives, all leave one with a sense of wonder and awe at the marvels and power of nature.
We spent a weekend in Bryce Canyon and it was truly breathtaking. We did 3 hikes while we were there. Of course, we checked out wallstreet which was honestly overrated and not even the prettiest slot canyon in Bryce. We also did the drive and stopped at the majority of the lookout points. I would say two days in Bryce is more than enough to get the full experience. Be sure to check out Ebenezer's Barn and Grill while you are there for a fun country show and delicious buffet dinner.
Bryce Canyon was easy to get to viewpoints early but began to get crowded as the day wore on . The views were amazing and the natural environment entering and leaving the park was beautiful with mule deer abundant.
Bryce is spectacular! Hiking in the park was beautiful. Strenuous coming out of canyon. We visited scenic points late afternoon until sunset and then hiked in the following morning until about noon. Adequate amount of time unless you want to hike several trails into the canyon. Staying at Ruby’s Inn or Bryce Canyon Lodge are very convenient.
Ruby's Inn has many properties, so it may not be necessarily located at "Ruby's Inn". We went to Bryce View Lodge which is one of the Ruby's Inn properties. Great breakfast! Close to Bryce National Park.
An amazing National Park. Easy to get around, great trails, beautiful sights. We enjoyed the many breathtaking views of the unique landscape. We also went to the local rodeo there which was fun and entertaining. And Bryce Canyon Pines Restaurant served some great homemade meals (and pie)! A great vacation adventure.
We asked to move to a sunnier room and the hotel staff was very generous and helped us move right away. We had a nice area outside of the room to set up our camping chairs. The bike rental company was next door and offered a way to check out the path down through Red Rock Canyon. The motel is just outside the entrance to Bryce Canyon and it was nice to get an early start into the park.
The room was very comfortable and clean. The location was excellent with a free shuttle bus into Bryce Canyon stopping outside the front door. Walking distance to the shops and to restaurants. Breakfast was excellent with a great deal of choice. There was free tea and coffee in the evening which was very nice. The staff were very helpful and friendly. Parking was free and plentiful
Near to Bryce Canyon, Towels and Coffee stocked up upon request. Due to COVID Housekeeping will not enter the room during your stay. Heating Lamp in bathroom. Female personal is wearing face masks, friendly and helpful.
Great location, only a short drive from Bryce Canyon. Decent food at the restaurant and there's a general store connected to the hotel which was really useful. Cute decor in the main building and nice big bedroom.
The hotel is located a few km from Bryce Canyon visitor centre (where to park the car and take the free shuttle). After a day spent by car, it was good to eat at the hotel restaurant (which closes at 10 pm).
Good value and close to Bryce Canyon National Park.