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The hotel is conveniently located at Hwy 89 just off the Rt 12. If you spend the day exploring Bryce Canyon and want to get on the road the following morning as fast as possible, this could be the best choice. But that's about its...More
We stayed at the Quality Inn at Bryce for a night the last week of March 2018.
Located 16 miles from Bryce Canyon it is a short drive up Red Canyon to get to the park. The rooms were clean, a bit on the old...More
We stayed here after hiking in Bryce Canyon. Rooms were clean, the price was right. Check in was easy. Your typical free hotel breakfast. I would stay again. It’s about a 20 minute drive from visitor center. Not a lot of food options in the...More
Good stopping point if you want to visit Bryce Canyon, as it is only about 20 minutes from the hotel. It is very different than other Quality Inn we had stayed in the past because of the western look, but it is nice. Each building...More
We chose this place simply as a good stopping point on a long road trip. It was a pleasant surprise - almost a little western village; not a cookie cutter lodging. The lobby has a couple very nice art pieces. The breakfast room is up...More
I believe closest grocers are in Panguitch (Joe’s Main St Market) or Tropic (Georges) . Ruby’s at the Best Western in Bryce City has a limited grocery selection. As for a Catholic Church. That is a tough one. I haven’t... More
I believe closest grocers are in Panguitch (Joe’s Main St Market) or Tropic (Georges) . Ruby’s at the Best Western in Bryce City has a limited grocery selection. As for a Catholic Church. That is a tough one. I haven’t seen one in Bryce (I’m Catholic too), but Check Panguitch. Also be aware lots of establishments in Utah are closed on Sunday. Have fun. It’s a mind blowing place.