Zion National Park Lodge

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Zion National Park Lodge is surrounded by the towering red rock cliffs and looks as “western” as you can get. The exterior resembles a massive log cabin, and the inside showcases large stone supports and accent walls. The lodge is ideally placed at the base of sandstone mountain formations, with a wonderful green space to hang out and enjoy this National Park gem. Located in the Southwestern corner of Utah, about a 2.5 hour drive from Las Vegas, the Lodge offers several accommodation options.


At the Lodge you’ll be able to choose from standard hotel rooms, suites and cabins, all of which are very affordable (under $300 per night.)

Standard room: These rooms are available with either 2 queens or a king bed. You’ll either have a balcony or a patio from the room to enjoy nature. Each room has a large TV and satellite.

Suites: The suites, all located on the second floor, have a separate sitting area, a king bed in the bedroom and a wet bar. The rooms feature a balcony and satellite TV.

Cabins: There are 40 cabins located on the property, all of which include gas log fireplaces and microwaves/mini refrigerators. You can reserve with either a queen bed or 2 doubles.


A few key points: There is free parking at the Lodge for Bus, truck and RVs. Coffeemakers and complimentary wireless Internet access is provided.


For dining, all meals can be enjoyed at the Red Rock Grill located in the Lodge. The food features steaks, chicken, seafood and vegetarian options. Visit the dining section here.


Zion is a hiking paradise for people of all ages. The trail maps range from easy to difficult and allow you to go at your own pace. If you’re interested in cover more ground, renting a bike is a great option. The bike paths are well marked and bikes can be rented at the Lodge. When you get tired of hiking and biking, you can enjoy a narrated tram ride through the area.


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All photos courtesy of the Zanterra Travel Collection

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