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All reviews western cabin the red rock grill rocking chairs two double beds watchman building gas fireplace front lawn canyon walls two sinks red pass angel's landing mule deer no elevator small porch private balcony hiking trails park shuttle
Listed among historic hotels, and rightfully so. A big positive is the relative tranquility and solitude in winter. No crowds in the gift shop, no reservations needed for dinner, simple walks in nature. That quietude is your admission price for a much less energizing or...More
Loved staying at the Zion National Park Lodge! Friendly staff. Great restaurant! Winter is the best time to visit Zion and the Lodge offers some awesome deals during that time!
Cabins are really nice! They have a fireplace that gives a special feel to the...More
We had a our minds set on visiting and hiking Zion Cayon, and this hotel appeared to be best located to reach this point, and the best priced also, although not cheap per se. We booked via orbitz, arrived early and the room was ready...More
Awesome views and hikes.
Angels landing at dawn was amazing.
Cabin is tired and the double bed is small.
Bedding is old.
Gas fire was good in the eve.
The roadworks outside were noisy and started early and finished late - spoiled the...More
Zion lodge is close to restaurants, gift shop, and shuttle bus stop. My family enjoyed staying and relaxing in the park. The buffet breakfast was good and the staffs and services were great. We had steaks and trout for dinner and they were also good....More
Hello, thank you for your question. Yes, every guest room has a private small safe for belongings. Upon arrival, if you have questions, please contact the Front Desk and they will be happy to assist you.
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If you stay overnight at the zion lodge, its restaurant is the only place open in the evening. The lodge, its restaurant, the cabins, a small gift shop, and a cafe type eatery (which is not open late) are the only buildings... More
If you stay overnight at the zion lodge, its restaurant is the only place open in the evening. The lodge, its restaurant, the cabins, a small gift shop, and a cafe type eatery (which is not open late) are the only buildings in the valley. Daytime you can pick up sandwiches to put in your room fridge for evening. The restaurant was not packed when we were there, because the only people there in the evening are those sleeping in the cabins or lodge. If you are not staying over night, you have to leave by around 7pm because the trams stop running and daytripper cars are not allowed in.