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Bryce Canyon Pines
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Ok, but no breakfast
User: Notcomingback from: Ubud, Indonesia
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Mar, 24, 2019
Travel Date: Mar, 1, 2019
Rating: 3
In early Spring Bryce Canyon NP was very quiet and so was this motel. I think there was perhaps only another 5 rooms utilised in this big complex on the night we stayed. Checkin was smooth but we were advised that breakfast was not available because the owner was going to a conference the next morning. While we were not particularly phased by this, we understand small hotels in off season run a lean staffing structure, it would have been nice to receive some sort of offset for the fact that the breakfast we had paid for was not available? A rebate for dinner at the restaurant perhaps? Room was standard motel fare and comfortable enough. While there was a coffee pod machine in the room only decaf coffee was available despite asking for normal coffee from the motel staff. This motel also has an onsite restaurant which despite the motel being empty was the go-to place for locals and tourists alike and it was very busy by 5:30pm. Fortunately the staff offered to call us in our room when a table became available and they were good to their word. Food was fine and service was good. At around 2,300m above sea level Bryce is located at a very high altitude and some patrons may find sleeping difficult. Certainly my wife did. If you appreciate this review please give a thumbs up.... costs nothing

Great dining room
User: Thomas W from: Estes Park, Colorado
Published Date: Mar, 6, 2019
Travel Date: Mar, 1, 2019
Rating: 5
We stopped at Bryce Canyon Pines for lunch and the wait staff was very good. We both had the fish and chips and the cod was very good. We will stop here again next time we are near Bryce Canyon Pines.

Comfortable spot away from the craziness of Bryce Canyon City
User: JinxieCLT from: Charlotte, NC
Published Date: Dec, 27, 2018
Travel Date: Dec, 1, 2018
Rating: 5
We spent only one night at Bryce Canyon Pines, but really enjoyed both our room and the attached restaurant. A broken water pipe caused management to shift us to a different room, but they were accommodating and easy to work with. The room was spacious, clean, and the electric fireplace was cozy on a chilly night after a long day of travel and hiking. We would definitely stay at the Pines again!

Location is great
User: Mary C from: Phoenix, United States
Trip Type: Couples
Published Date: Nov, 19, 2018
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
You are close to Bryce National Park and it's a nice independent motel for lodging. Clean, comfortable bedding and bed. We were in one of the 2 person standalone units. Plenty or room to move around and good WiFi. The unit was not fancy, bathroom a little small, but we were in the park most of our stay so worked for us. The decorations reminded me of staying in a grandma's guest room. The staff was polite and efficient for check-in and check-out. Be sure to enjoy the on-site restaurant, but be ready to wait for a table for dinner. As a guest we put our name in and went back to our room to watch a little football and return near our expected seating time. In off-season (October) the waits was 30-40 minutes. Steaks were delicious, homemade bread yummy, worth the wait. We didn't have wait times for breakfast, but again it was October.
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Good place near Bryce Canyon NP
User: dc2005b from: Washington DC, District of Columbia
Trip Type: Solo travel
Published Date: Nov, 16, 2018
Travel Date: Oct, 1, 2018
Rating: 4
I booked a queen bed cottage at this nice motel near Bryce Canyon NP. The best part was the on-site restaurant which is very popular with guests and travelers alike. Be prepared for long waits at dinner time weekend nights, but the food was good and the service friendly. My room had a comfortable bed and large walk in shower. Id be happy to return to Bryce Canyon Pines on my next trip to that area.
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