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Over Bryce View Lodge
Bryce Canyon, zonsopgang en zonsondergang zijn de beste momenten van de dag om te komen kijken; er zijn talloze paden om te wandelen langs de rand van de kloof, of om af te dalen. De Bryce View Lodge, aan de rand van een dennenbos op een plateau dat uitkijkt over Bryce Canyon, beschikt over twee restaurants, live entertainment in het hoogseizoen en een excursiebalie. De kamers zijn eenvoudig maar netjes ingericht en beschikken alle over gratis WiFi.
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Gratis gebruik van de faciliteiten in het hotel tegenover Bryce View Lodge:
• Gratis shuttlebus naar het vliegveld
• Live entertainment in het hoogseizoen
Bryce Canyon is een nationaal park in het zuidwesten van de Amerikaanse staat Utah en is beroemd om zijn unieke geologische rotsformaties, hoodoo's. De afgesleten toppen zorgen voor prachtige formaties die in het zonlicht erg mysterieus lijken. De zon zorgt voor prachtige kleurschakeringen van de rotsen. Deze variëren van roze naar oranje.
"Right on the edge."
Bryce Canyon is truly amazing with its Hoodoos and colours. You can stand on the rim and watch the colours change as the sun goes down; come back a while later and watch it come up again. The Lodge is a 5 minute walk from the rim and sunset and sunrise points. We had a thunderstorm pass over whilst we were there which made it all the more spectacular. The lodge cabins are compact and warm once the heating gets going. Basically furnished but all you could need for one or two nights. No TV and no Wifi, what is one to do? Well there's a central block with a big restaurant which serves OK if not spectacular food; there's a bar too. If you want a horseback ride with the cowboys they are there with their spurs ready to take you. Get to bed early so that you can get up in time for sunrise.
"Room convenient to lodge and canyon rim"
We stayed in motel unit a short walk from the lodge and dining room. The building was nicely situated in a pine forest and a short walk beyond the lodge to the canyon rim. The room was nice, but for $230 not outstanding; but the location counts for a lot. Our room turned out to be the same template as our Zion room but with more rustic furnishings. Bryce seems to be managed by a different company than Zion. We mentioned a few minor problems on checkout, and to their credit (and the initiative of that desk clerk) we were immediately offered a discount. The gift shop has a nice selection of Native American crafts including some quality Navajo rugs; you wonâ€™t find that at Zion.
"Historic lodge in a fantastic location."
The location is unbeatable and the lodge is remarkable. As others have pointed out, the location is convenient to the canyon views and trailheads. The lodge is a historic example of rustic design by architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood. I would recommend a stay there based on those two points. But, I have issues with how Forever Resorts is managing the lodge. The coffee maker in our room had not been cleaned out from the previous guests - disgusting. And worse, the bath was constantly running water and badly in need of a plumber to stop the flow. A shameful waste of resources. I really am not picky, but if you are going to charge a premium, you should be able to provide acceptable housekeeping. And if you are responsible for the welfare of a national treasure, you must be up to the task of keeping it maintained. 5 stars for the original lodge and location. 1 star for Forever Resorts. I'm from Utah and have been coming to this lodge since I was knee-high - I will admit that it is somewhat special to myself. I wish the National Park service could find concessionaires worthy of the parks they serve.
"Log cabins, okay but not great..."
Best thing is the Lodge and cabins are very handy for the Canyon, easily walked to. Cabins took a while to warm up but got there eventually, quite roomy but dark. Bathroom was compact but okay. Restaurant had a 90 min wait and you couldn't book in advance even for residents. To make it worse there's nowhere to sit while you wait and your tummy rumbles, and no bar of course...... We wouldn't stop there again there's better places just outside the park.
"Location is Everything"
Stayed at the lodge in the Sunset Point Rooms. Rooms are nothing special and are about the same size as a regular hotel. Had 2 queen beds and a small table. But I stayed here because of the location not for the room. The room had a balcony that overlooked the parking lot. But if you sat back from the edge of the balcony you did not really see the parking lot and were looking at the trees across the parking lot I would stay again. It was quieter than I would have thought and was pretty relaxing. I was a short 5 minute walk to Sunset Point and a 10 minute walk to Sunrise Point. The popular hiking trails are a short walk away. I went on the Queens/Navajo Loop, came back and rested, took a shower and then went back out to watch the sunset. All without having to drive anywhere. The lodge is an easy short walk away. even in the dark. There was a Ranger presentation on Bryce Canyon one evening and the gift shop was open until 9 PM. My room was on the 2nd floor, no elevators, and the floor creaked when I walked around the room. Eerily quiet and dark at night. I booked less than a week before. Checked daily hoping for cancellations. Did this for the Zion Lodge also.
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