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Gaat u de zonsopgang bekijken? Vergeet dan niet een warme trui aan te trekken. Het kan in de vroege ochtend berhoorlijk koud zijn.


The Lodge at Bryce Canyon

De enige accommodatie in het nationaal park nabij de rand van de canyon. Het is een National Historic Landmark.

Vanaf € 156,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
  • Lobby
  • Western Cabin
  • Motel kamer
  • Dining Room
Lobby Western Cabin Motel kamer Dining Room



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Lobby
Western Cabin
Motel kamer
Dining Room


Over The Lodge at Bryce Canyon

Het blijft een bizar gezicht: duizenden pilaren in rood gesteente, met een witte top. De buitenaardse schoonheid van Bryce Canyon zal u versteld doen staan, hoeveel keer u het al op een foto heeft gezien. U heeft de keuze uit een verblijf in een motelkamer of in een rustieke cabin. Ze liggen op korte afstand van het hoofdgebouw. De Lodge at Bryce Canyon is vaak snel volgeboekt vanwege haar locatie, vroeg boeken is dus aan te raden!

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Gaat u de zonsopgang bekijken? Vergeet dan niet een warme trui aan te trekken. Het kan in de vroege ochtend berhoorlijk koud zijn.

Hotelnaam:
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon
Plaats/regio:
Bryce Canyon National Park
Code:
H1576
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Vanafprijs:
v.a. € 156 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)




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Kamerbeschrijvingen

Motelkamer
Ventilator, telefoon, wekker, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, föhn. Badkamer met bad/douche.

Ligging

Gelegen in het nationaal park nabij de rand van de canyon.

Aantal kamers

114

Faciliteiten

  • Restaurant
  • Snackbar
  • Boutique
  • WiFi in de lobby


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.

"Girl Scout trip"

   16-02-2017
Took several girls on trip and rented 2 of their cabins. Comfortable and great place to take a big group. It was also a very convenient place to access the park. The ranger station was close by and lots of space outdoors by the lodge.

"Unbeatable location!"

   11-02-2017
We stayed at the Bryce Canyon Lodge for 2 nights during New Year's week. Being winter, the only open unit was the Sunset Building. This is a rustic motel and amenities are basic, but the room is large and has a balcony where you can sit and enjoy the park during the warmer months. The bathroom was basic but functional; the sink was in the room (separate from the toilet and shower), which is good if there are several people getting ready. The heater worked but it was very difficult to regulate - the room was always too hot for me - had to open the door to the balcony to be comfortable. The main reason to stay here is the access to the rim, which is a short walk away. If that is not important to you, you may find a better value hotel in Bryce Canyon City.

"The perfect place for a Lodge."

   08-02-2017
One of 5 parks in this state. Yes Utah has more National Parks than most. We really like this one because of it's different views. Instead of starting from the bottom and working up it's just reversed. Your at the top and taking in the marvelous landscaping from above before you make the trip to below or at least half way. Everywhere your eyes look you see shades of light orange from every angle. Looks like one of Disney's attractions but you remember it's a natural wonder. As soon as you arrive you just have to make your descend right away like we did. A picture is worth a thousand words. Then you need to take a bunch of photos to remember everything. We did and enlarging one for the home. So much for this part we did need a place to sleep. We picked the best we could in the Park's Lodge. Oh that lodge building was so rustic at first you just had to check in. As great as it was my wife has always like little cabins when available. This was the case here. We strolled around first to pick the best one with a view. Don't remember the number but if you do like cabins then you should check out what's best for you. We did this in May of ((1976 not 2016)) because it was our anniversary. Utah was our 4th state in our 50-State Quest. That year was our first 2 week vacation with many more in the future. We also did 3 other states that year. This isn't a modern place but it shouldn't be with this type of setting. But that doesn't take away from the fact that we rated this a 5-star mainly of the view. You don't have a view of a city no it's even better. We did this at a good time but some like the white views from the snows of the winter seasons. Food was good and the employee's too. You must see this place we were glad we did.

"Rustic in the winter but nice and comfortable"

   04-02-2017
We stayed in late January right after they had just reopened from their winter closing. There was a lot of snow on the ground but it was well plowed around the lodging area because there had been no traffic. Only one of the outbuildings (Sunset) was open and the check-in desk was set up in one of the rooms. Still, it was a pleasant stay and the room was very clean. The WiFi is very spotty and there is no TV but that wasn't a problem for us. The only food in the park was the Valhalla Pizzeria and there was only one restaurant (Ruby's) open for over 7 miles outside the park.

"Very clean, rustic cowboy style, great location, but lousy wifi, and no aircon"

   01-02-2017
Overall we really liked staying in this hotel which is right on the Bryce National Park property and a five minute walk from the rim of Bryce Canyon. You can't beat the location. Did I say you can't beat the location? It's particularly nice at night because you can walk over to the rim and see the stars on a clear night. Several times we did that and went over to the viewing spot that has benches so that we could lie on our back and look at the stars. The stars are amazing because there are no lights near the rim, and the rest of the lights on the property are special yellow lights that are designed to be dimmer in order to preserve the star views. The hotel was superclean. The rooms are large and comfy and decorated in a rustic cowboy style. The beds were very comfortable. Overall I would rate this a four star stay with my primary reasons for dinging the hotel one star would be the very poor Wi-Fi service, a lack of televisions in the room (although some people might find that a benefit, especially those with kids). I would also note that there is very minimal Verizon cell phone service. We stayed there in May, and because Bryce Canyon is at 6000 feet, the temperatures at night were quite chilly. The heat works well. However, if you stay there at the peak of summer there may be a problem. There's no air conditioning and the windows are very small, so it's not clear that the rooms wouldn't get too hot. At night of course the temperatures would drop, so it might be okay, but if you're interested in staying in the peak of the summer I would suggest you read other reviews of people who stayed there in June July or August. The location is very quiet. We stayed in one of the outbuildings, and really heard no noise whatsoever. The biggest advantage of staying "on campus" is that during busy times especially in the summer, getting onto the Bryce Canyon properties can take a long time because people have to stop at the entrance booth and pay. The lines can get quite long during the peak of the summer. In May we did not experience this however. If you're going during and off-peak time you might also want to consider hotels right outside of the park, which have more amenities and costs less. As long as there are no entrance lines, the drive in is perhaps 10 minutes at most. Overall, a very nice quiet place to stay if you plan on hiking or spending a lot of time exploring Bryce. It is very nice not to have to use your car to access hiking. We stayed for three nights in order to hike and to drive around Bryce.


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