The Lodge at Bryce Canyon travel42 Professional Hotel Review
Located just past the visitor center and North Bryce Campground, this historic stone and timber lodge and surrounding cabins clings to an 8,000-ft-high plateau inside the park (US$30 entrance fee). It sits back just 300 ft from the steep rim of the celebrated, many-hued canyon, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Despite the historic look of its exterior, the main two-story, stone-and-log building has lost some of its charm to modernization...
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