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Zion Lodge

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The name “Zion” means a place of peace and refuge. As a sanctuary with over 146,000 acres of cliffs, canyons, diverse plant and animal life, and uninterrupted beauty, Zion is well-named. Its massive sandstone walls, some as high as 3,800 feet, offer an opportunity for serenity and reflection for all who visit—and Zion Lodge offers the only in-park lodging inside this hiker’s paradise. Enjoy a selection of comfortable and spacious accommodations, a year-round restaurant serving local favorites and a wide variety of ways to keep you entertained during your stay in Zion National Park.
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Free Parking
Free Internet
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Non-Smoking Hotel
Public Wifi
Shuttle Bus Service
Wheelchair access
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Grade: 40 out of 100
29Restaurantswithin 5 miles
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the lodge itself is beautiful then add the beauty of Zion into the mix and it's perfect! It was the best trip ever. We stayed here for two nights after exploring Bryce Canyon. Being from Louisiana, we do not see much scenery like this. Beautiful :)
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Hard to beat the location. Like other lodges in National Parks are, the hotel is a low-key architect designed wooden building fitting for the location. We stayed in cabin 526 (last one). Once we heated it up (stone cold when we arrive in early February), it was very nice.
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I stayed in the hotel Zion Lodge in the National Park, and I was blown away by how beautiful the rooms were. They were done in a prairie mission style and I just couldn't get over the care that was taken in decorating these rooms. I have stayed at some National Park lodging
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We ended a 10 day national park tour in Zion and it was the perfect ending to a perfect trip. The lodge is the only lodging inside the park and it is surrounded by mountains and is just beautiful. Our room was very nice and there was a wonderful big fireplace and living room
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We stayed in Zion lodge for 2 nights in December 2018 the night before the government shutdown. The location for exploring Zion NP is unbeatable. Other hotels are outside the park. The main building was beautifully decorated for Christmas, the receptionist was very friendly
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The Cabin with Double Beds at the Zion Lodge
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The Cabin with Double Beds at the Zion Lodge
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The Cabin with Double Beds at the Zion Lodge
Is there a resort fee
No there is not
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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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Sorry, the room I stayed in was a single queen. There was a coffee pot and fridge in the room and the bathroom was stocked with basic toiletries. Call the front desk about check in/out times
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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 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.
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Hi there, I do not know, but the Zion shuttle goes into Springdale, the closest town to the park. From there, perhaps one of the local hotels has a shuttle or there is airport shuttle service from town that your daughter can take. Check out airport services from Springdale and see if you can put together an itinerary from there. There are not any other services within the park by design. Good luck.
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"Western Cabins overlooking the valley have less obstructed views than the mountain ones."
"Cabins are great for a bit more privacy and to have your own "front porch"."
"Cabins offer more privacy than hotel."
"We were there during Nov. and they had a breakfast special included with the Lodge stay."
"Any room there is fine."
US$138 - US$258 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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