Historic Pioneer Lodge

Address: 838 Zion Park Blvd, Springdale, Utah, 84767, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 838 Zion Park Blvd, Springdale, is near Zion Shuttle, Zion Adventure Company, Canyon Overlook Trail, and Zion Outback Safaris / Zion Jeep Tours.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHistoric Pioneer Lodge Springdale

      Reviewed by mariannemark

      Fantastic location with views!

      Reviewed Sep 6, 2013
      by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Fantastic location with great views. Very comfortable, clean room. Excellent breakfast at Pioneer Restaurant

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

      Historical Traveler Reviews Historic Pioneer Lodge Springdale

      This place kicks a**!


      The rooms are small but very nicely decorated with new everything. Comfortable beds, new appliances, great location. A great value. I will stay there again.

      Great Bed and Pillows


      Great Bed and Pillows. Did not hear the neighbors once during my 2 night stay. The bed and pillows were so great that I wanted to take them home with me.

      Rooms only for little people !


      The room we had was really very small. The door didn't lock very well. But we had 10 % off in the restaurant. No breakfast included, and no free Internet. Springdale is the best place to discover Zion NP, but you can find best hotels ...

      Great Location & Pool/Hot Tub


      Right in the middle of everything. Small grocery/drug store across street. Restaurants are walking distance. Pool was very nice, hot tub great. There are plenty of towels for guests. Seattles Best coffee shop in lobby of hotel with internet (free wireless with $2.50 purchase) A double capp. was $4.75 and tasted like really weak coffee milk. Stick with brewed coffee. Guests get 20% off at coffee shop. We had handicap room and it was really nice. Room was cleaned every day. Bed was super comfortable, all bedding and furnishing were in great shape. We had a microwave, fridge & sink. Only thing I didn't like is the religious comment the front desk clerk made in front of other guests. We (us and another couple) joked that the handicap shower and bathroom in our room was big enough for all of us to take a shower. The comment was just that and she got all bent out of shape and huffy making sure we would at least have our bathing suits on. We looked at her as if she were joking because we of course were and she said dead serious "You are all going to Hell!". Not professional at all to say that to us. It took a minute to sink in she actually said it it a demeaning way. I got the vibe from all the front desk clerks that they were very judgemental and religious. We were all straight couples going hiking in Zion on our vacation. I would not recommend this hotel if you are anything but that.

      Nice and familiar


      It's very very nice, all forniture in wood and in "mountain style". The room was new and very clean, not too big but ther was everything you need. The staff friendly and there is a very nice pool and tube.

      Position perfect to visit Zion. Definltly I would come back again.

      Very nice


      We stayed her for two nights and it was clean and the staff was very friendly. Very good location. Older motel but has everything you need. I would stay there again.

      Great Location for Zion National Park


      We stayed here for 2 nights in Sept 2004. A great location in Springdale just a mile from the park's south entrance and visitor's centre. There is a free shuttle bus-stop just outside the hotel so you could leave the car at the motel as cars are only allowed as far as the visitor's centre.

      The lodge is motel-style and we had a first-floor room which was small but well appointed and comfortable. There was a large balcony and some great views of the mountains from our room.

      There are plenty of places to eat and buy souvenirs and essentials within walking distance and a launderette just across the road.

      A great place to stay for what we paid. Recommended!

      Great value


      Stayed two nights at the Pioneer lodge near Zion NP. Happy with our stay and the price we paid. Motel is about 5 minutes from the south entrance. Motel was clean and roomy. All essentials present. Only stayed there to eat and sleep. You get a 10% off card when you check in for the restaurant next door. Also took a walk at night and saw a nearby art gallery. Other restaurants and a small grocery stores is very close by (within walking distance) so that was nice.

      Great value for money


      The motel has been renovated in 2002-2003 and is AAA-aproved. The rooms are somewhat basic but clean and well mantained.

      The view of Zion is magnificent and it's located close to Zion N.P.

      Staff are friendly/helpfull and offerd to upgrade us to a better room for no extra charge. All in all very good value for money.

      Had a pleasant time


      We stayed at the Lodge on August 30. It is an older motel with small rooms but they were clean and pleasant. The pool has a heated spa which came in very handy after hiking through the mountains. I found the staff nice and helpful and it is right in the center of town, great location. I would definitely stay at the motel again. The food in the restaurant was also good.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Historic Pioneer Lodge Springdale

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      A travel blog entry by ajbrad on Sep 22, 2014

      44 photos

      ... the back and viewed West Temple, Sundial, Alter of Sacrifice, and Beehives. It was really pretty with the sun going down. Then on to the next stop. This was by the Zion Lodge to learn about settlers in the Heaps Canyon where Mormon settlers farmed the land there. As we kept driving into the canyon, the walls closed in tighter and tighter. We stopped at a place with views of The Great White Throne and Angels Landing. I felt like I Was all encircled by rock. This was ...

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      A travel blog entry by nboersma on Sep 03, 2014

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      A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Aug 09, 2014

      1 comment, 14 photos

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      A travel blog entry by lindaspurgeon on Aug 05, 2014

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      A travel blog entry by lneiswinger on Jul 12, 2014

      4 photos

      ... the switch backs and drops I think made her think it was not such a good idea. There are two tunnels you need to go though one being a mile long. They charge you extra for RV's because of the height it has to be in the middle of the tunnel. Paul and I are very thankful we decided no to drive them to the campground here. We pull in about 11 and the room is not ready so ...