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All reviews prairie dogs bryce canyon western town several buildings typical quality inn themed buildings waffles attached restaurant rooms are large full size red canyon ceiling fan hot breakfast new owners bed was very comfortable would stay again short drive
I would have given 4 stars if our beds had been made between our first and second nights. When we returned from a long day of hiking in Bryce Canyon (20 minutes away), we were surprised to find extra toiletries and a new bath mat...More
The room was big, clean and comfortable. Stayed upstairs so be ready to carry luggage up steps! Restaurant staff very nice and let us continue to watch Monday Night Football after 9pm closing time. Limited menu choices for food and drinks. Liked being close to...More
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Tired and rundown infrastructure, I did wonder if the decking would take my weight with a heavy suitcase. Dirty bedroom and bathroom, noisy heater, pixelating TV, bulbs missing, Our room was facing the main road and noisy trucks were active throughout...More
Not knowing where we would land for the evening, we didn't make any reservations and by the time we got to Bryce Canyon, everything was booked. So we drove back to Quality Inn.
The rooms were clean and good sized. The steps seemed like they...More
Rooms ok older hotel. Beds are hard , breakfast was awful. A 8 ounce steak will run you 40 dollars,add a half cup of instant mashed potatoes for 5 dollars. I had the cheapest thing on the menu,a salad for 30 dollars. Food average but...More
Response from pamelap269 | Reviewed this property |
I believe closest grocers are in Panguitch (Joe’s Main St Market) or Tropic (Georges) . Ruby’s at the Best Western in Bryce City has a limited grocery selection. As for a Catholic Church. That is a tough one. I haven’t... More
I believe closest grocers are in Panguitch (Joe’s Main St Market) or Tropic (Georges) . Ruby’s at the Best Western in Bryce City has a limited grocery selection. As for a Catholic Church. That is a tough one. I haven’t seen one in Bryce (I’m Catholic too), but Check Panguitch. Also be aware lots of establishments in Utah are closed on Sunday. Have fun. It’s a mind blowing place.