Bryce Canyon Pines

Address: Highway 12, Mile post 10, Bryce, Utah, 84764, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Highway 12, Mile post 10, Bryce, is near Navajo/Queens Garden Loop, Canyon Trail Rides, Inspiration Point, and Sunset Point.
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        Activities

        • Swimming pool
        • Restaurant

        Features

        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking
         

        TravelPod Member ReviewsBryce Canyon Pines

        Reviewed by elainehayes

        Very Helpful Reception Staff ...

        Reviewed Oct 2, 2013
        by (63 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

        We booked here to be really handy for sunrise and sunset in the park, and although we didn't see these, it was still a good choice. Our room was in a separate cottage, the bed was very comfy and had a great view in the morning. We had dinner and breakfast in the adjoining restaurant and apart from having to wait a little for dinner, the food was good and the servers very friendly and helpful. When we checked in, we were told we could still see a bit of Bryce Canyon if we got the free road train from Ruby's as they have private access to part of the rim, which made our stay despite the Federal Shutdown. We would certainly stay again when we return to see Bryce open!

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Bryce Canyon Pines

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Bryce

        Bryce Canyon ... Just a Peek ... Red Canyon Better

        A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Oct 02, 2013

        2 comments, 20 photos









        On leaving Springdale, we stopped off in Grafton, a ghost town, once a Mormon settlement which had been inhabited from 1859 until the last people left in 1945. There was a cemetery where people buried included two girls killed by a broken swing, men killed by Navajo raiders as well as a whole family who died …

        Catching up from Bryce Canyon

        A travel blog entry by dicknsusan on Oct 08, 2015

        5 comments

        Well, this ought to be a challenge in summarizing our trip. We arrived here after a 5 hour drive from Ogden Utah where we stayed at the historic Ben Lomand Hotel. It's right on the gentrified 25th street downtown, flush with great bars, coffee shops, and restaurants. We'd stayed near here on 10/7 on our way to Bear Lake. Not having continuous wifi access makes regular journal entries a bit of a challenge. On Sunday 9/27 we met Al & ...

        Red Canyon & Bryce Canyon, Utah

        A travel blog entry by offonourown2 on Sep 27, 2015

        56 photos

        ... are very red here due to the amount of iron in them we are told.

        No time to hang about though as we had to keep moving. Bryce Canyon was still 60 miles away and our campsite for the night even further.

        We arrived at the visitor centre and knew what to do now. We queued for the shuttle bus to take us around and got off to gaze at the red rock canyon below us. We took lots of pictures but to be honest, they are all starting ...

        Zion

        A travel blog entry by wopaho on Aug 13, 2015

        6 photos

        The Mormons named this place. They used a Hebrew word. A haven of peace and relaxation. That doesn't work when the boys from Brazil are in town. Joseu and Moisés are a life force. They don't relax and aren't interested in peace.

        Joseu has the swagger of a matador. His leather cut (biker's waistcoat) doesn't cover his paunch, but he ...

        Animals in the Park

        A travel blog entry by dianneonthego on Aug 12, 2015

        16 photos

        ... the Rangers pick them up and toss them into the field where they are consumed by their like kind. ( canibales) They often have fleas that carry bubonic plague so we do all we can to keep people from touching them. On occasion visitors have been seen letting the little dogs climb up their necks. Sometimes you can't protect people from themselves! Pronghorn were plentiful in the park this spring when they were birthing their young. Now that summer is here, they ...

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