Where to Stay by Bryce Canyon National Park
More than 2 million people visit Bryce Canyon National Park each year, making it the second-most popular park in Utah (after Zion). It’s worth spending at least two days here, as Bryce is a bit more remote & harder to get to than Zion ~ & close to another gorgeous spot: Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. So if you’ll be in the area for a few days, you need to know “Where to Stay by Bryce Canyon.” This topic is particularly relevant for me as I’m planning a trip with friends here this fall, so let’s get a great overview of the best hotels in the area….from budget to rustic-luxury!
If you still haven’t decided which Utah National Parks to visit ~ read this article to get a good feel for each one…
Map of Bryce Canyon Hotels
Ruby Inn Bryce Canyon
Bryce View Lodge
Best Western Plus Bryce Canyon Grand Hotel
Bryce Canyon Pines
Stone Canyon Inn
The Lodge at Bryce Canyon
Overview of Hotels by Bryce Canyon
To check rates for any property below, simply click on the name of the hotel & it will let you choose dates & check pricing. My favorite hotel options are starred.
- The Lodge at Bryce Canyon ~ The ONLY Lodging Located Inside the National Park: Set in a 1920’s log-cabin building, you need to book here WAY in advance, due to its prime location in the park. But keep in mind if you stay here: there are NO TV’s & NO AC, so it’s definitely rustic. On-site food & buffet gets mixed reviews, so if you want more variety: stay in town.
- **Best Western Plus Ruby’s Inn ($110+) ~ Family-Favorite with Large Indoor Pool Just 6 Minutes from Park: We stayed here when I was a kid, & I still remember the big pool & fun atmosphere. For my money, this is a cuter option than the Lodge at Bryce: rooms are more modern (if a but outdated) with TV’s, food is pretty good in their cowboy-style restaurant ~ & there’s a General Store & gift shop to stock up at. Popular with families & tourists!
- **Best Western Plus Grand Hotel ($202+) ~ Similar to Ruby’s Inn….But Better Rooms & Less Crowded: You’ve got a higher price tag here than Ruby’s Inn, a similar drive to the park, outdoor pool & hot tub, & spacious rooms that are a little nicer than those at Ruby’s (many with sittting areas). Their breakfast buffet is excellent, & because it’s less touristy: this is a great choice for adults or those looking for a quieter stay.
- Bryce View Lodge ($84+) ~ Motel-Style BUDGET Hotel with Indoor Pool & Decent Breakfast: Connected with Ruby’s Inn, rooms here are a little sad. If it was me, I’d pay the extra $20 for a better room at Ruby’s ~ but okay if you’re on a serious budget.
- Bryce Canyon Pines ($133+) ~ Better BUDGET Option with GREAT Restaurant & Cute Cottages: Rooms here are cuter & have more character than at Bryce View Lodge ~ & their restaurant is a stand-out: serving top-notch BLT’s, a Rodeo Burger, French Dip, & Grilled Cheese Sandwiches. You’ll be ready for any Bryce Canyon hike after a meal here! And make sure to leave room for some Peach Pie…
- **Stone Canyon Inn ($250+) ~ Stay in *Treehouses* at One of Bryce’s ONLY True Luxury Hotels: To stay in a more lux property, you’ll need to look further afield than Bryce Canyon City: to Tropic, where you’ll find rustic-chic Stone Canyon Inn. Still just 20 minutes from Bryce Canyon’s Visitor Center, they’ve got well-appointed cabins, treehouses, & a beautiful outdoor dining area & fine restaurant. Book WELL in advance here.
Photos of Hotels by Bryce Canyon
Check rates at the Best Western Plus Ruby’s Inn….a family-favorite & busy spot!
Check rates at the Best Western Grand Hotel: a little quieter spot, great for couples & adults.
Best Budget Hotels by Bryce Canyon
Check rates at the affordable Bryce View Lodge….
Check rates at Bryce Canyon Pines, which has one of the best restaurants in town.
Best Luxury Hotel by Bryce Canyon
Check prices at Stone Canyon Inn ~ more refined & only 20-minutes to the National Park….
Where to Stay by Bryce Canyon
If you’re curious to see video of Zion National Park, click here. Or if you’re looking for a less crowded National Monument that looks very similar to Bryce Canyon (& is closer to Zion): read this article.
Read Next: Best Scenic Drives by Zion National Park