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Zion Lodge

    Zion Lodge
 in Springdale


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  • Cabins spacious and charming - restaurant needs improvement

    by Nancy P on 2017-10-15 07:43 am

    Zion Lodge is the only National Park option for lodging and restaurants inside the park. We booked it a year in advance. Like Bryce and the Grand Canyon, it is run by Xanterra but in terms of quality is second class compared to the others - e.g. lesser quality bathroom products and food in the restaurant. We ate both dinner and breakfast there once and were disappointed, especially after being at the Grand Canyon. The entrees were ill-conceived and executed and the eggs at breakfast were powdered. The lodge staff and waitstaff, however, were exceptional - very informed and helpful with lots of suggestions for hikes and other ways to make our trip enjoyable. The rest of the meals we ate in Springdale. Our cabin was perfect - lots of room and comfortable bed - with great views of the cliffs, which we enjoyed from the porch. We did appreciate having a car in the park - which is only afforded to those who stay at Zion Lodge.

  • A modern comfortable lodge in a beautiful location

    by ChloeSantaFe on 2017-10-11 06:09 pm

    We had a suite in the main lodge facing the mountains which was large and comfortable. The food options were a bit limited but the outside patio/porch was very pleasant for lunch and dinner. Around dusk the deer provide entertainment s they come in to graze.

  • Plan Early to stay at Zion Lodge

    by kingj24 on 2017-10-09 11:46 am

    If you want to stay in a National Park Lodge you must plan your trip early, but it is well worth doing so. It is just magical in the National Parks and Zion is one of the best. After making reservations you are allowed to drive down and park at the lodge. Don't be out much after dark because they have no lighting around the lodge. They recommend carrying a flash light but I would prefer lighting along the paths and walk ways. The rooms are nice, quiet and comfortable with a balcony with chairs, tv and refrigerator. They do have stairs only for 2nd floor rooms in the lodge we were in, a little difficult for carrying luggage. The shuttle service picks you up right in front of the lodge and you can travel all about getting off and on at any stop. Great way to visit the park.

  • A Gem of a Hotel

    by BoboTravlr on 2017-10-08 01:16 pm

    I know many people think the hotels in the national parks are overpriced at times. But because zion does not allow cars in the park in high season, paying the extra cost to stay in the park is a joy. You wake up minutes before hitting a tram and off you go. The concierge is quite helpful in arranging tours or giving advice on area hikes and outfitters. You get to enjoy he park at dusk when the crowds are all gone and welcome the deer and wild turkeys at your doorstep. Well worth the cost if you want a really special experience.

  • Room with a View

    by James L on 2017-10-07 01:25 pm

    My wife and I just spent 1 night in the Lodge. We wished it could have been more. We were able to get a room in the back on the second floor looking at a beautiful mountain. Before we went to Dinner, we had 2 Mule Deer grazing just below us. When we walked over to the restaurant in the Main Building (call ahead for reservation) there were about 20 Mule Deer grazing on the lawn.

    This room was beautiful with Craftsman style furniture, a balcony with 2 rocking chairs and wonderful artwork. The room was quiet and very clean. It had a nice shower, refrigerator, TV, small coffee pot and WIFI.

    The best part was the location inside the park. You park your car and take the very convenient bus system everywhere you wanted to go. This is the only way to see this park.

    We would LOVE to go back.

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