We’ve put together this list of Bryce Canyon hotels, both in and out of the park.
Use our Bryce Canyon travel guide and the list of lodging accommodations below to plan your trip.
Keep in mind that peak season is from May to September so book early for best pricing and availability.
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BRYCE CANYON HOTELS IN THE PARK
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon is the only hotel available inside of the National Park. The Lodge is one of the most popular places to stay when visiting Bryce Canyon.
The room options include: sunrise or sunset lodge room, studio rooms, a guest suite, or cabin. This Bryce Canyon hotels provides easy access and excellent views of the park.
The Lodge provides a rustic experience with no TV, air conditioning or Wi-Fi. It’s the perfect accommodation option to unplug, unwind, and experience the serenity of Bryce Canyon
Hotels Near Bryce Canyon
Best Western Plus Ruby’s Inn
The Best Western Plus Ruby’s Inn is just one mile from the park entrance. It’s the most popular hotel near Bryce Canyon so you’ll want to book well in advance.
Rooms include TV’s, private bathrooms, AC, and free WiFi. Pets are allowed on request, charges may apply. There are no cribs or extra beds available.
Other amenities include a fitness center, indoor pool open all year, jacuzzi, convenience store and restaurant. Free continental breakfast is included.
Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel
Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon Grand is also only one mile from the park entrance. It’s considered one of the more luxury hotels near Bryce Canyon.
Rooms include TV’s, private bathrooms, AC, and free WiFi. Pets are not allowed. There are no cribs or extra beds available.
Other amenities include a fitness center, outdoor pool, jacuzzi, convenience store and restaurant. Free continental breakfast is included.
Bryce Canyon Log Cabins
A true log cabin experience, the Bryce Country Cabins are only 15 minutes away from the park in nearby Tropic.
The rustic cabins come standard with air-conditioning, outdoor furniture, a TV with cable channels, a microwave, a refrigerator (some have a full kitchen or kitchenette), a private bathroom with a bath or shower and free WiFi.
Pets are not allowed. There are no cribs or extra beds available.
You’ll also find barbeque facilities, vending machines, a shared fire pit and free parking.
MORE Bryce Canyon Hotels right next to the park entrance!
Other Lodging Near Bryce Canyon
The Bullberry Inn Bed & Breakfast
The Bullberry Inn is one of the highest ranked B&B’s for the Bryce Canyon area. It’s in the town of Tropic near the Scenic Highway 12 on the edge of the park.
You’ll enjoy spacious pine-furnished rooms, private bathrooms, free WiFi, a homemade American breakfast, chocolate/cookies and free parking at this working farm. Some rooms include a balcony and/or terrace with garden or mountain views.
Other amenities include a picnic area, outdoor furniture, wrap around veranda, terrace and garden.
Pets are not allowed. There are no cribs or extra beds available.
Stone Canyon Inn
Located in Tropic about 15 minutes from Bryce Canyon is the beautiful Stone Canyon Inn. At the Inn you have a choice of accommodations: rooms, bungalows, cabins and even tree houses.
There is free WiFi and a restaurant on site. Some units allow pets for an extra charge. There are no cribs or extra beds available.
Deluxe King room: bathroom with tile shower and soaker tub; kitchenette with refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave and toaster. Private outside patio.
Bungalows: king bedroom suite (individual building); bathroom with a walk-in steam shower; living room with Murphy bed and gas fireplace; refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, hair dryer, and cable TV. There is an ADA compliant bungalow with a walk-in shower.
Cabins: sleeps up to 6 people; bedroom with a King bed and private bathroom with a tub/shower; second bedroom with a Queen bed and bathroom with a walk-in shower; living area with sofa sleeper; full kitchen stocked with pots/pans/dishes, refrigerator, stove/oven, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, coffeemaker. Cabin units also include a private deck with a gas BBQ grill and hot tub!
Tree House: access via staircase to stay above the trees; main room king size bed; loft with 2 twin mattresses; bathroom with tiled shower; refrigerator, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, hair dryer, and cable TV. This unit has a secluded deck above the tree line for breathtaking views of Bryce Canyon. You can also enjoy sitting around a gas fire pit on the ground level and relaxing in the hanging lounge chairs.
More Lodging Options and Hotels Near Bryce Canyon
We recommend staying in Bryce City, Tropic or even Cannonville. Yes, you can stay in nearby Panguitch, but the drive to the park is pretty far compared to Tropic and Cannonville.
- Bryce Canyon Villas – nice location near Kodachrome State Park – we’ve stayed here and can recommend these cabins!
- Tropic Utah Lodging
- Panguitch Utah Hotels
- VRBO Vacation Rentals near Bryce Canyon
WHAT TO PACK FOR BRYCE CANYON
Hiking Shoes & Socks – Did you know the #1 and #2 causes of injury at Bryce Canyon is bad choice of footwear. Be sure to wear hiking boots with good ankle support and ample traction. Sport-sandals & “trainers” are NOT safe hiking footwear. We use and always recommend our Merrell Moab hiking shoes or Oboz hiking shoes worn with Darn Tough socks.
Hydration and Food – The #5 cause of injury at Bryce is dehydration. Drink 1 quart / liter every 1-2 hours. Always carry water with you during all hiking activities. Refill stations at Bryce Canyon: Bryce Canyon Visitor Center, Sunset Point, Sunrise Point and Bryce Canyon Lodge. We use hydration packs or carry Hydroflask bottles in our packs. Also eat plenty of healthy snacks and food. Remember it’s just as easy to become dehydrated in the cold as it is in the heat so carry plenty of water during the winter, and not just during the summer.
Sun Protection – Sunburns also lead to dehydration. Wear a sun hat, sunscreen and sunglasses to protect from the sun overhead and reflected UV light. Utah’s high elevation and dry air can be hard on your skin so we always carry lip balm with sunscreen and hydrating lotion to apply as needed when we’re out exploring the trails.
Clothing – Bryce Canyon summers mean high temperatures, unrelenting sunlight, and low humidity. To keep cool, wear light colored, loose fitting clothing that does not absorb sunlight. During the winter, be sure to wear layers and winter clothing to stay dry and warm.
National Parks Pass – Before you visit Bryce Canyon National Park be sure to pack your The America the Beautiful Annual Pass.
Other items we recommend you pack for visiting Bryce:
- US National Parks packing list – FREE DOWNLOAD!
- Fleece jacket
- Buff headbands
- Hand sanitizer
- First aid kit
- Insect repellent
- Camera gear – FREE CHECKLIST DOWNLOAD
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