Stayed a couple of nights as our accommodation in Bryce Luxury Camping was non existent. Not sure if they were involved as manager seemed to know all about Camping not existing. Gave a good price as other accommodation was prepaid and no other accommodation in Bryce was available. Very basic, phone did Not work, hole in walls but everything was clean. Would not recommend.
Noisy bed every we rolled over, had to cling to the side of the mattress to keep from rolling into each other.Floor was not clean. Wear shower shoes in the shower. Tiny room, no hangers in closet,no one at front desk at night, they dont lock front/back doors.Creepy. Also run the cafe. Practically empty.Difficult to contact by phone. Wish we hadnt. Next time we will book months earlier, somewhere else for our Bryce experience.
This place was actually a nice deal for the price. It is located a mere 3 or 4 miles from the hustle and bustle of Bryce near to the Park. Their is nothing complicated about the check-in process. The hallways are newer remodeled. The rooms are very simple - a bed, a small desk and a tv and a microwave and a small fridge. The heating/ac unit is newer so it works very well (I kept warm during a windy snowstorm and 20F. The bathrooms are small but the showers are nice - truly a shower stall - not a tub with shower. I liked this place considering the price point and that I am not there for luxury but rather for a cheap and comfortable place to lay my head after hiking Bryce Canyon. NOTE: As of 17 March 2018, The Fosters Restaurant adjacent to this property is currently closed / under renovation with no re-open date provided so convenient food appears to be lacking for this away from the action hotel. HOWEVER, just 2 miles down the road is a great and very affordable restaurant called Pines or more formally "Bryce Canyon Pines Restaurant". I will eat there every time in future visits. It is not crazy busy like the main area of Bryce but you may wait a few minutes for a table. However, the amount of food you get for the price is excellent and the food is good. And the staff was all very friendly and courteous.…
Clean, inexpensive motel near the entrance to Bryce Canyon. Basic accommodations with refrigerator in room. Check-in at restaurant. Suggestion: have coffee machine with timer set up where you check in for morning coffee, since no pots in room. Most people would leave money in a jar for a morning cup of coffee.
The room was small but clean. When you sat on the bed it was noisy from the coil springs. Close to the park and inexpensive. We ate supper at the restaurant the chicken fried steak was horrible. We went up the street for breakfast. I would not stay there by again.