Explore Bryce Canyon City
Bryce Canyon City HotelsSurrounded by the rugged natural beauty of Utah’s Garfield County, the charm laden town of Bryce Canyon City sits adjacent to one of nature’s most impressive wonders. Millions of years in the making, Bryce Canyon National Park is an otherworldly land of breathtaking rock formations and heart stopping vistas. A high up haven for respite and a destination for outdoorsy adventures, there’s much to experience here. Trot craggy paths on a steed, scale rugged rock faces, or kick back in a grill house for some southwestern hospitality.Things to seeThe landscape of Bryce Canyon National Park is scored with vast, natural rock amphitheaters, vibrantly colored in shades of red and orange. The dramatic pinnacles are known as “hoodoos” which catch the light beautifully come sunrise or sunset, and in the day create a strong contrast against Utah’s bluest of skies. The 20 mile long park is more than just a pretty rock face however. A playground of recreation, here you can fish, camp, mountain bike, and hike numerous trails – either by foot or on horseback. Along the way you’ll discover such landmarks as Sunset Point, a vantage point overlooking the haunting Silent City rock formation and the solitary silhouette of Thor’s Hammer. With views to the northeast, Sunrise point offers yet more breathtaking vistas of cliffs, plateaus, and hoodos. Once you’ve explored and ventured, find some cowboy styled respite at local Grill. These hearty restaurants offer sizzling BBQ fare and shows to get boots stompin’. Hotels in
Bryce Canyon CityThere are hotels in Bryce Canyon City to suit every visitor and their budget. From full-service accommodation in the town to rustic rentals in the national park itself, you’ll get plenty of amenities to enjoy after a days hike. The larger hotels tick all the amenity boxes. Expect swimming pools, spa tubs, fitness centers, and onsite restaurants, whilst common in-room features range from high speed internet access to refrigerators and microwaves. The cheaper hotels in Bryce Canyon City offer excellent value for money, providing guests with all the standard creature comforts. For an even cheaper alternative however, consider ‘roughing it’ in one the national park’s many camp sites.Where to stayA hotel in Bryce Canyon City gives you not only convenience, but all the splendor of Bryce Canyon National Park just moments away. Getting into the park from the town is an absolute breeze, with plentiful shuttles available to whisk you to and from the landmark attractions at your leisure. For dining and retail therapy, check out Ruby’s Inn. Along with lodgings, the resort is home to a Western styled mini-town, complete with 2 restaurants and a handful of quaint shops. During the summer the Bryce Canyon City community hosts a number of events, including the Bryce Canyon Rim Run and Walk and the Bryce Canyon Country Rodeo.How to get to Bryce Canyon CityMost visitors make their way to Bryce Canyon City via 1 of 2 airports. Las Vegas’ very well connected McCarran International, or the smaller Cedar City Regional. Both are within driving distance of Bryce Canyon City, with journey times of just over 4 hours and just under 2 respectively. If you have your own private plane however, you can land just a stone’s throw from the town and National Park, at Bryce Canyon Airport. The region is also reachable via the Greyhound bus, which makes a stop in nearby Cedar City, whilst drivers will find Bryce Canyon along Scenic Highway 12.