From rental cabins to traditional hotel rooms, there are many Bryce Canyon hotel options, including Bryce Canyon Resort



Full of towering, colorful spires, fins, and arches, Bryce Canyon National Park is one of the most scenic areas of the American Southwest. Located approximately four hours northeast of Las Vegas, Nevada, a tour of Bryce Canyon can also include nearby Zion National Park and Cedar Breaks National Monument, considered a miniature version of Bryce Canyon. Bryce Canyon visitors can engage in a variety of recreational activities from strolling along the rim to hiking into the inner canyon to taking a guided horseback ride just north of the park boundary with one of the local outfitters. The Bryce Canyon area also offers scenic flights and ATV tours. There are many Bryce Canyon hotel options for your stay, including Bryce View Lodge, Fosters Motel, Bryce Canyon Pines, Best Western Rubyís Inn, and Bryce Canyon Resort Ė all of which are members of the Bryce Canyon Chamber of Commerce.

The area just north of Bryce Canyon National Park offers a variety of lodging options, from secluded rental cabins to traditional hotel rooms. Two Bryce Canyon hotel options are home to local tour companies offering guided ATV rides, horseback rides, scenic flights and mountain bike rentals. A few Bryce Canyon hotels feature adjacent campgrounds and RV parks. Most Bryce Canyon hotels are home to restaurants.

One Bryce Canyon hotel that offers a wide range of lodging options is the Bryce Canyon Resort. It features standard rooms with two queen beds or one king bed, suites with one king bed and a kitchenette, and even a suite with a fireplace. One of the hotelís most popular lodging options is its rental cabins. Its cabins include one bedroom with two queen beds, a queen sofa sleeper and a kitchenette. A Mexican and American restaurant and a Subway restaurant are adjacent to the Bryce Canyon Resortís hotel.