The Lodge at Bryce Canyon is a historic accommodation, surrounded by lush pine forests within Bryce Canyon National Park, USA. This 1920s complex of historic buildings was designed by famed National Parks architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood. It’s located near the iconic Bryce Amphitheater with its ancient rock formations. You’re also within walking distance of several rim trails and hoodoo lookouts. This landmark lodge features well-preserved original structures that offer a cozy atmosphere. Cozy ensuite guest rooms have rustic interiors with contemporary amenities. Some rooms have gas-log fireplaces, two-story living spaces, and private porches that offer views of the canyon. You can interact with park rangers at the lodge auditorium. Swap stories with fellow guests as you unwind in the lobby lounge. Enjoy drinks and snacks at the casual pizzeria. Enjoy regional menus featuring locally-sourced ingredients at the dining room, highlighted by a grand stone fireplace.
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