Welcome to The Lodge at Bryce Canyon
The historic lodge offers unrivaled access to breathtaking views, world-class hiking trails, and a tranquil wilderness. As the only lodging within the national park, all of our facilities are just steps from the Bryce Amphitheater--the stunning ancient rock formations that must be seen to be completely realized.
Opened in 1925, The Lodge is one of our national parks' architectural treasures. It was designed by Gilbert Stanley Underwood, who defined the rustic style of beloved sites such as Old Faithful Lodge at Yellowstone, the Ahwanee at Yosemite, and Jackson Lake Lodge in Grand Teton National Park. The Lodge At Bryce Canyon remains a completely original structure. It has been carefully maintained with an eye toward modern comforts while preserving the look and feel of one of the first western park lodges in the United States.
Bryce Canyon's clear and dark night skies make star gazing
a favorite activity for visitors of all ages.
As one of only three International Dark Skies parks in the United States, Bryce Canyon is an unparalleled place to stargaze. The Lodge is a strong partner with the National Park Service in this effort, and as a result there is virtually no ambient light from traffic, signs or housing. Visitors are often astonished at the sight of the Milky Way amidst the thousands of stars.
Guests at The Lodge are also within easy walking distance to all of our services. The restaurant inside the Lodge offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Valhalla Pizzeria serves espresso, coffee and baked goods in the morning and Italian favorites after 3 p.m. Our gift shop showcases Native American jewelry and art that cannot be found anywhere else in the Southwest. For guests who need groceries, camping supplies or quick food items, our General Store is convenient and affordable. In the evening, interperative park ranger programs are held in The Lodge's beautiful cathedral-style auditorium.
Most of our 114 rooms are 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.
We are delighted that you are considering staying with us in The Lodge At Bryce Canyon and will be happy to help you secure a reservation or to assist you with any questions.
To make a reservation, please contact our central reservations at 1-877-386-4383.
From April through mid-November, when we are open, you are also welcome to call us directly at 435-834-8700. Our Front Desk is open 24/7.
To make your reservation online, 24/7, click here.
Directions & Map to The Lodge at Bryce Canyon
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From North Rim of the Grand Canyon:
Take Highway 67 to Highway 89A at Jacob Lake. Turn left on Highway 89A to Highway 89 at Kanab. Take Highway 89 to Highway 12. Turn right (east) on Highway 12 to Highway 63. Turn right (south) on Highway 63 to The Lodge at Bryce Canyon. Approximately 3 hours / 155 miles.
From Lake Powell:
Take Highway 89 from Highway 12. Turn right (east) on Highway 12 to Highway 63. Turn right (south) on Highway 63 to The Lodge at Bryce Canyon. Approximately 3 hours / 150 miles.
From Salt Lake City:
Take I-15 south to I-70. Take I-70 east to Highway 89. Go south on Highway 89 to Highway 12. Turn left (east) on Highway 12 to Highway 63. Turn right (south) on Highway 63 to The Lodge at Bryce Canyon. Approximately 5 hours / 260 miles.
From Las Vegas (mid-May through mid-September):
Travel North on I-15 from Las Vegas. Take first exit into Cedar City, Utah. Follow the signs and turn right on Highway 14. Take scenic Highway 14 to the junction of Highway 89. Turn left on Highway 89 to Highway 12. Turn right on Highway 12 to Highway 63 which goes into Bryce Canyon National Park. Approximately 5 hours / 270 miles.
From Las Vegas (Winter):
Travel North on I-15 from Las Vegas. Take exit 95 and turn right onto Highway 20 toward Panguitch. Take Highway 89 South through Panguitch. Turn left on Highway 12 and continue to Highway 63. Make a right on Highway 63 into Bryce Canyon National Park.
Go east on Highway 9 to Highway 89. Take Highway 89 north. Take Highway 12 to The Lodge at Bryce Canyon. Approximately 2 hours / 84 miles.
From Grand Canyon South Rim:
Go east on Highway 64 to the junction with Highway 89. Go north on Highway 89 to Mt. Carmel junction. Continue north on Highway 89 to The Lodge at Bryce Canyon. Approximately 5 hrs. 45 mins. / 292 miles.
From North or South on U.S. 89
Turn east on Highway 12 (seven miles south of Panguitch, Utah) and travel to the junction of Highway 12 and 63. Turn south (right) on Highway 63 and travel three miles to reach the park entrance. (Highway 12 continues east through the northern portion of the park).
From the East:
Travel west on Highway 12 to the intersection of Highway 63. Turn south (left) to reach the park entrance.
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