We grabbed the first dry roof we could as we got to Bryce. $100 for two queen beds. Seems high for what the furnishings were, but outside a National Park...you gotta pay.
Tired hotel, overpriced Subway next door (nearly double what we pay locally in our NM mountain village), weary restaurant next door. Can't speak for the other amenities, but it's pretty sparse. Our old-style TV was so blurry we couldn't read the numbers on the weather forecast. Wi-Fi? Who expects Wi-Fi?? Silly us..
For the money, check out the hotels closer to the Bryce gate...maybe a bit more, but should have more to offer.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This rustic resort offers the charm of yesteryear. Escape from the hustle and bustle of the hi-tech world and return to a time when Cowboys road horses through the outback of the Wild West.Visit the hiding places of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid or hike the hoodoos of Byrce Canyon. No matter what your visit, leave your cares at the door and escape to this charming inn.After a long day, saddle up to the bar and ask the bartender for any icy cold beer to wash away the dust. Or enjoy a thick juicy steak at the Cowboy Ranch House Restaurant. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Bryce Canyon Hotel Bryce
- Canyon Bryce
- Bryce Canyon Resort Utah