• Zion Lodge

Zion Lodge

The only in-park lodging at Zion National Park

Zion Lodge is one of the most iconic National Park accommodations in the country, offering the only in-park accommodations at Utah’s stunning Zion National Park. The stunning landscape of the park provides miles of hiking and exploration and the Zion Lodge puts you right at the centre of the action. Originally built in the 1920’s and rebuilt and remodelled in later years, this rustic residence features one of the region’s most exquisite dining rooms – the Red Rock Grill, which offers mesmerising canyon views alongside a menu serving the finest meats and seafood for your enjoyment.

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Guide Price

 £1,199  per person
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Tripadvisor rating 2397 Reviews

Hotel highlights

  • Reach nature trails in minutes
  • Dine at the popular Red Rock Grill
  • Experience authentic National Park scenery
  • Prime location in the Zion National Park

Hotel Features

Accommodation Type

  • Lodge

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Zion Lodge

2397 Reviews 89% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 1344
  • Very Good 778
  • Average 185
  • Poor 67
  • Terrible 23

What to Expect

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Mar 23, 2020

Convenient location to see the park

New York City, New York

My husband and I stayed one night in one of the west cabins. The cabins look rustic from the outside, but the furnishings were very nice inside. Staying at the lodge allowed us to drive into the park after the parking lots were already full (at 11:30am). We enjoyed the last day of shuttles before they were stopped due to Covid-19, but the second day we were allowed to access all of the park by car, so we were very happy to have the lodge driving permit. The staff was very helpful and could not have been nicer. The main downside was lack of internet throughout the property, which we understood as you are in and surrounded by the park. Also, a mini-fridge in the room would have been nice for water/snacks for hiking. There was a variety of options for dinner, and the breakfast buffet (not included, but reasonably priced) was excellent. It's a little pricey for the room, but worth it for the uniqueness.
Mar 18, 2020

Cons outweigh the Pros

London, United Kingdom

Mixed feelings about staying here. The location is idyllic but let down by poor accommodation. We stayed in a lodge cabin. The cabin itself is rustic but has the basic amenities you need for a stay. Unfortunately the beds are uncomfortable, the cabin was cold and the walls paper thin. You can hear everything from the adjoining cabin, just our luck to have screaming children in the adjoining cabin who stayed up all night, as did we as a result. The onsite restaurant has adequate but pricey food and patchy service. If you do eat there be sure to finish before sundown as the Lodge is poorly lit or have a good torch, it can be confusing with the cabins being identical. Being within the park allowed us to get a jump start on the trails ahead of the crowds but that was just about the only benefit of staying there. If we go to the area again we'll stay in Springdale and get one of the free buses into the park..
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