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Zion Lodge

    Zion Lodge
 in Springdale


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  • Lovely historical cabin

    by Sean_Ian-Taipei on 2019-08-15 02:33 am

    The hotel is located in the national park and the shuttle bus is just in front of the hotel. It's a very relax and beautiful historical hotel. There is a huge grass area that lots of people sit together next to trees, mountain and animals. The surroundings makes it an unique hotel.
    we stayed 1 night at the two beds cabin. Beds are very comfortable ( you will need this after hiding hiking).
    The food at the restaurant is just average ( tried dinner). Wifi is very limited. Relatively stable wifi is only available in the lobby.
    Staff are friendly and nice. Easy/quick check in/out.
    would definitely stay again if going back.

  • Lovely Historic Lodge

    by Chips3313 on 2019-08-14 03:39 pm

    I would always choose to stay at Zion Lodge if visiting that park, mainly because of its superb location right in the park, which gives one huge advantages in seeing the park in early morning or later in the day when the crowds have thinned a bit. It is great to be right there witnessing spectacular views throughout the day and being able to go back to the room and rest a bit. Especially for older travalers, this is definitely the best way. We enjoyed the friendly staff although obviously it is difficult for the lodge to maintain adequate staffing in its remote location and with the large number of people visiting. The rooms in this hotel are maintained as historic, so the original architectural design makes for very dark rooms, given the large overhangs and the relatively small windows. We had the John Wesley Powell suite which was lovely with its sitting room, a d like all the other rooms, had a nice balcony. The shuttles come by the Lodge very often but we're also very crowded. One of the nicest parts of our stay was the narrated open air tram ride with a knowledgeable local resident. Would highly recommend signing up for it if you stay in the Lodge.

  • Great to stay in the park

    by Zebanuck on 2019-08-13 07:27 pm

    This is the only place to stay in the valley (except the campgrounds) and whole it's expensive you do get the full experience. You get a permit to drive all the way into the valley which is great. The lodge itself has cabins and what they call hotel rooms, which is basically one large wooden building with a few rooms in. We had a cabin which is small for four people (two queen beds) but if you're happy to squeeze then it's ok. They aren't the most modern but better than other park lodges we've stayed at. But you're there for the place and this location can't be beat. With deer grazing outside the main lodge at the start and end of the day, amazing escarpments on all sides, and the shuttle bus right there it's a great park experience. Check in was efficient, the restaurant was surprisingly pretty good and the facilities absolutely fine. Worth paying a little more for. But book early.

  • Was surprised as Xanterra is normally run down

    by desertmidwife on 2019-08-13 01:46 pm

    Yes, I was expecting old and dingy but we stayed at the hotel next door to the lodge (I think it was called Sentinel?) and we had a ground floor room facing the back (there is a big lawn in front that some rooms will face, but I think a back facing room is better for privacy). I liked that we were not in the lodge honestly but had a bit more privacy and space at the hotel room. It is very close to the lodge so not a problem. Nice to be in the park for parking and easy access. I wish there were screen doors on the porch but this is just being picky lol Smokers: No smoking allowed on porches or balcony. My guy is a pipe smoker so just FYI. There is a nice little middle seating area that you can make popcorn and hang out. Oh, there is a TV! I was surprised. Not great channels or whatever but it is there. And terrible internet which I appreciate as I shouldn't be on the internet anyway when life is so gorgeous (and if you need internet for your trip the lodge has good computer access and printing). Lastly, it is expensive. We stayed 3 nights and it was almost $800 dollars. Is it worth it? If you can get a room with double beds for a family it might be worth it to not have to drive in everyday and you will beat the rush and be right in the park. But, if money is better saved for you and your family, I think it is an expensive convenience comparatively, as there are gorgeous hotels right outside the park in Springdale. We were planning early morning hikes and wanted it to be a very easy trip so for us I think it was worth it.

  • Best Xanterra Property

    by jscottjoplin on 2019-08-13 06:08 am

    We have stayed at several national park lodges run by Xanterra and this is absolutely the best. The staff was extremely helpful. A shout out to the front desk staff!! We reserved 2 rooms and asked for them to be connecting, if possible, or at least near each other. When we arrived, we found that we had connecting rooms. We were not in the main lodge, but rather one of the buildings next to the main lodge. The rooms are large and comfortable. And, we had plenty of towels and the sleep quality was great.

    Especially at Zion, the benefit of staying in the park can not be overstated. During the high season, Zion does not allow private cars in the bottom of the park unless you are staying at the Zion Lodge. And, to see the park at sunrise is a special treat.

    The only drawback is that the internet and cell phone service is terrible. Early in the morning it is possible to send and receive e mails and cell phone messages. But, the rest of the time, you must resign yourself to being unplugged.

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