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Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah, USA

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Bryce Canyon National Park Hotels

Allow yourself the privilege of discovering one of nature’s miracles by visiting Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. It’s here where you’ll come face to face with wonders you won’t see anywhere else on earth. You’ll marvel in rose colored cliffs, astounding rainbow spires, lime stones and other formations that comprise what’s been described as a “geological wonder.”  
And for an unforgettable experience, choose one of the many Bryce Canyon National Park hotels. Consider the Bryce Canyon Lodge with its authentic 1920s rustic appeal. In addition to being part of the National Historic Register, it’s a favorite of travelers who seek accommodations within the confines of the park. All cabins reflect a tasteful western style décor as well as a line up of impressive amenities. These include gas fireplaces, two comfortable queen size beds and stunning bathrooms. Guests will feel at home and will more than likely want to return again. 
For an upscale experience, Stone Canyon Inn is a must. It sits along the main road facing the magnificence of Bryce Canyon. If you want to be pampered and catered to, it’s definitely the best choice in Bryce Canyon National Park hotels. The rooms are exquisitely accentuated by rich woods and a subdued western theme. They also offer large windows from where to admire the views along with a menu of sublime perks. Inquire about the sumptuous family size cottages filled with all sorts of extras like fireplace, Jacuzzi and fully stocked kitchen and barbecue grill on deck. With so much at your disposal, you might not want to get out and see the sites.            
Another fine choice in elegant Bryce Canyon National Park hotels is the Bryce View Lodge situated atop a plateau adjacent to the Bryce Canyon Park. It’s an ideal spot for nature lovers and those with an active spirit. On the property all visitors are invited to rent bicycles, go horse back-riding or trek throughout the fragrant pine forests in the surrounding area. With its privileged position, you’ll have the chance to capture the scenic vistas of the horse-shoe shaped formations that make Bryce Canyon one of the most photographed icons. And in every bedroom you’ll encounter a balcony, cable television, broad band Internet and coffee/tea maker. On the premises you’ll find a small but efficient business center to keep you connected while on the go and wireless Internet throughout.      
But if the budget calls for lesser expensive Bryce Canyon National Park hotels, the Best Western Ruby Inn will certainly suit your needs. It’s only a few minutes outside of the park’s entrance and a fine example of Utah hospitality. All accommodations host a series of standard perks like cable television and high speed Internet, but the restaurants on site are something to rave about. Savor the best of American food at the Cowboy’s Buffet & Steakroom. Or enjoy light meals at the Canyon Diner and Piccadilly Pizza. With its well-fitted quarters, no guest will be disappointed. 
In Utah, wonders abound.

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