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Designed by Gilbert Stanley Underwood in 1923, Zion Lodge was built with modest scale and detailing in mind. The structures were built with whole logs in a “studs-out” style and with less stonework than other national park buildings. This design was more in keeping with the character of the valley floor, which at the time of construction was still inhabited by settlers. A fire in 1966 destroyed the original lodge, but it was shortly rebuilt within 100 days. A 1990 renovation restored the lodge to its original grandeur, and it stands today as the only hotel property located within Zion National Park in a verdant area filled with cottonwood trees, set against the majestic, red sandstone canyon walls.
Image of guestroom Zion Lodge, 1924, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Springdale, Utah, Location Map

Location Map

Discover Weeping Rock, the Emerald Pools, the Narrows, and the Temple of Sinawava just minutes away in Zion National Park.

Historic image of guests at Zion Lodge, 1924, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Springdale, Utah, Discover

Discover

Discover the peace of Zion Lodge, which has welcomed guests into the heart of Zion National Park's breathtaking beauty since 1924.

Image of exterior hiking area Zion Lodge, 1924, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Springdale, Utah, Explore

Explore

Explore the park on foot, horseback, or the hop-on, hop-off Zion Shuttle; or rent an ATV or Jeep outside the park's boundaries, and tour Utah's scenic backcountry.

Image of Red Rock Grill dining room Zion Lodge, 1924, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Springdale, Utah, Experience

Experience

Experience canyoneering and mountaineering in Zion National Park's stunning and challenging topography.

Image of Red Rock Grill dining room Zion Lodge, 1924, Member of Historic Hotels of America, in Springdale, Utah, Taste

Taste

Taste the Red Rock Grill's version of the Navajo taco.

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