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This hotel is the only accommodation offered within the borders of Zion National Park. It lies in the midst of a hiker's paradise, nestled in amongst a sanctuary of 146,000 acres of uninterrupted beauty. This is a family- friendly rustic lodge featuring 121 rooms. Guests are welcomed into the lobby by a 24-hour reception and check-out service. Facilities on offer include a restaurant, conference facilities and Internet access. Guests arriving by car may like to take advantage of the hotel parking. Most motel rooms have two queen-size beds, a full en suite bathroom and private porch or balcony....More details
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Zion is Amazing place to Visit !!
Reviewed 29 november, 2021
Please stop by Zion National Park and take in all the hiking trails and the streams that traverse through the park. An amazing array of red rock mountains and cliffs are just the beginning. The park rangers are just amazing people and very knowledgable.
I'm finally the King!
Reviewed 13 november, 2021
I typically look for practicality and value when choosing hotels during my travels. But this time I had different thoughts. First, I wanted to stay in a National Park Lodge for once. I never seem to plan my trips far enough ahead to be able to get a room in a NP Lodge. But since we came here in November, I was able to get a room pretty easily. Second, I knew that if we stayed at this lodge we would have a guaranteed parking place and would be able drive up the canyon ourselves rather than trying to park at the visitor center or in Springdale and having to deal with the shuttle to get everywhere. Since Zion is usually super crowded, this seemed like a good idea. In the end, we had the nicest time at the Lodge. The staff was super nice and treated us like we were important. They let us check in early and we had the nicest room with two comfortable queen beds and a balcony (Watchman building room 220). The views from the balcony were outstanding and I sat there for long stretches in a rocking chair that was on the balcony. Very cool! The restaurant was also very nice. There was indoor and outdoor seating and the menu was short but had a good selection. The food was tasty and the prices were reasonable (i.e. a little on the high side, but about what you would expect for a place who was treating you like a VIP). There was also a very nice gift shop. Overall the facilities were super well kept. One of the really neat things about staying at the lodge was being able to sit out front in a rocking chair and watch the people coming and going. There is a huge lawn there with all kinds of people lounging about. Even the deer wandered across this lawn. At night we were able to lay there and look up at the stars. Another neat thing about staying at the lodge was that we were close to everything. Hiking trails and the river were right across the street. The shuttle stop was right there so we could go further up the canyon rather easily. And parking was plentiful and right next to our building! Overall we had a great experience staying at the Zion Lodge. I highly recommend giving it a shot! It REALLY affected our experience in the park! We were so much more relaxed and so much closer to the action. And it's fun to go "first class" once in a while.
Mice Included With Expectedly Inflated Price
Reviewed 10 november, 2021
Front of the house is as dreamy as you would should expect. The cabin was comfortable and provided for an easy means of viewing the stars and making new friends. If staying in the cabins, bring a flashlight to find the cabin in the dark night. Bring cleaners to clean the drawers and appliances of mice droppings. Keep food out of reach, of the mice. Location is unbeatable convenient to accessing the Zion Canyon, especially for those that like to travel by foot.
Lodge luxury-NO! But total immersion in Zion!
Reviewed 5 november, 2021
Is it fancy? No Is it in a perfect location? Yes Stay here to feel like a VIP in Zion! Secret code entry gate, nestled up again at Watchman cliffs, and away from the commercial downtown of Springdale. Basic necessities, sort of like a discount chain hotel. Cafeteria style meals, fairly priced in a wood paneled room with huge windows. The rooms are hard to get, but all have small outdoor porches to view the towering magnificent walls that surround you! A big plus is the trail to the Emerald Pools begins right there!
Nice rest stop
Reviewed 27 october, 2021
We didn't stay at Zion Lodge, just used it as our "base of operations" the two days we were exploring Zion Canyon. Food here. Restrooms here. Comfy chairs in the lobby area. Rocking chairs on the porch with nice views of the canyon. Gift shops. Etc.