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Cedar Breaks Lodge
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Reviewed 22 October 2011

This is a great resort. The rooms are very well equipped, new and modern. I love the pool and jacuzzi area with the fire places and the glasses in atrium effect is awesome. I saw deer right outside the window. There is a private club with dining and a lounge. There is a shuttle to the lifts. I would never stay anywhere else in Brian Head!

Room Tip: Great views of mountains!
  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled with friends
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1  Thank bellacraftella .
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Reviewed 18 October 2011

We checked into Cedar Breaks Lodge at Brian Head, UT an hour early on Friday PM. Our reservation was for a 2-BR, 2 Bath unit which we got. Our unit faced (roughly) south which wasn’t the side I would have preferred but it was fine. My wife used the whirlpool tub in our unit several times (as did I). We never went swimming in the clubhouse so we can’t comment on those facilities. I went in the gift shop once but never bought anything there. They did have 4 very nice gas grilles for guests to use under a shelter. We grilled steaks and hamburgers with good results. The only bad thing we found with Cedar Breaks Lodge is they don’t have free WiFi access. You have to pay for AT&T access which is exorbitantly priced. The alternative is to walk across the street (literally right across the street) to Apple Annie’s and use the Post Office’s WiFi for free. A bit inconvenient but workable. Another word of warning, everything in Brian Head is EXPENSIVE!!! I had to pay $3.50 for a 2-liter bottle of Coke when my wife ran out one day. Stock up when you go to Cedar City! My wife never did used to the 9600” altitude however it didn’t bother me at all. The aspens in the Brian Head area were at their peak color and we took hundreds of fall foliage pictures during our stay there. Our stay was scheduled for one week, Friday to Friday. Then we heard there was a winter storm watch out for Wednesday night into Friday morning. No matter which way you go from Brian Head, up or down, it’s a 13% grade both ways! Chains are required on vehicles when it snows. We weren’t prepared for that and decided to leave for home 2 days early. It was a good thing too as we heard they received 12”-14” of snow on Thursday. So, in general, we enjoyed our stay at Cedar Breaks Lodge. We would recommend it to anyone who isn’t prone to altitude sickness.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank kpsiemsen
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Reviewed 17 October 2011

We went in Sept on weekdays, so it was so quiet and peaceful. The rooms were very clean and spacious and had some unexpected things like a fireplace and a kitchenette. We loved the warm indoor pool and 2 large hot tubs, sauna, and steam room. So relaxing! Staff was very friendly and helpful. The hotel itself appears to have had a remodel, bc everything was brand new. Public bathrooms were very, very nice. We also ate at the restaurant and LOVED the pasta dish and BBQ chicken sliders. Also, weather was perfect for some sunny outdoor bike riding, hiking, etc. I am definitely going here again.

Room Tip: We stayed in one of the adjacent buildings on the top floor for extra quietness.
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank tomnlaura
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Reviewed 8 October 2011

Booked this hotel because everything close to Bryce Canyon was booked. It was at least 1.25 hrs drive on some very windy roads, not much near this location, one grocery, one bar. The restaurant was over priced for the amount of food you got. We only ate there once because of that. We had a full kitchen suite which, once we stocked up on food, was well worth it. Room rate for the suite was very good, there is a reason October is the off season here. If there was one thing I'd change, I would add A/C to the rooms. Having box fan in the windows for as nice. Place as this is, just blows! Literally.

  • Stayed: October 2011
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1  Thank kd4dna
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Reviewed 27 September 2011

We spent a week at Cedar Breaks utilizing an Interval International certificate. The resort is very close to Cedar Breaks National Monument where you can enjoy several different hiking trails and scenic viewpoints. During the summer, you can also enjoy a stargazing party at the National Monument offered by park rangers. The resort is aproximately is a little over an hour to Bryce Canyon and 1 1/2 hours from Zion National Park. If you want to get away from it all, this is a very nice place to go. The junior villa that we used appeared to have been recently remodeled, other than not having a flat panel tv. The fitness center had 2 treadmills, an eliptical and a recumbent bike, along with several multi-purpose machines and barbells. The pool area had 2 large hot tubs and a nice swimming pool with a fireplace/setting area that would be nice to use in the winter. We found the staff at the front desk and in the restaurant to be very helpful. The closest place for many different food alternatives was Cedar City, which is about 1/2 hour from the property. If you like to hike in the summer/fall or ski in the winter, this is a very nice place to go.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with family
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