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Bryce Pioneer Village
Published Date: Jun, 19, 2022 Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2022 Rating: 1
Don’t tent camp
1)All cabin and RV folks with dogs (most have 2 ) use the tent site to relieve their dogs.
2) I love dogs , dog off lease pee on our kitchen box right before dinner so we had to eat out
3) it is now 11:55 and the noise level from the motorcycle group and younger folks at the fire pit means I still can’t sleep
4)called office, yeh right no answer
It’s basically luck of the draw for this place hope for good neighborly folks
- Value: 1
- Sleep Quality: 1
- Service: 1
Silkbridge from: Uberlingen, Germany
Published Date: Jun, 11, 2022 Travel Date: Jun, 1, 2022 Rating: 5
Small room and large garden
The room was quite small, but clean and we slept very well. The big advantage is the huge outdoor area, where you always find a place to stay. The pool is clean. Staffs are friendly. We enjoyed our dinner in the restaurant with live music. Tasty steak and delicious spagettis. Over all nothing to complain at a reasonable rate.
- Sleep Quality: 5
- Location: 5
- Service: 5
Darlene S from:
Trip Type: Friends getaway
Published Date: May, 30, 2022 Travel Date: May, 1, 2022 Rating: 5
Cozy, Welcoming and Clean
This quaint property has all the charm and warmth of a summer camp lodge complete with sparkly staff, an outdoor firepit area and rustic restaurant that offers a large variety of generous and tasty food and beverages. Our room was very clean and had all necessary amenities. No breakfast is offered but the fresh brewed coffee was the best I’ve had in a hotel.
thechronictraveller from: Phoenix, Arizona
Published Date: Oct, 25, 2021 Travel Date: Apr, 1, 2021 Rating: 2
Set your expectations very low.
The 'village' is a series of little rooms around a gravel courtyard. Each of the rooms is on a raised foundation, with walls as flimsy as a garden shed. In my room, the floor even had a pronounced slope to it! (And very low ceiling over the bed area. Decor is fairly cheap as well--curtains thin, flimsy board for a desk, and a wobbly chair. But hey, there was a nice painting of John Wayne on the wall, plus TV and wi-fi. You're also only 10-15 mins. drive to the entrance in Bryce NP, and given the lack of accommodation in the peak season that is why this place, and the entire town of Tropic for that matter, exists. Just remember it's cheaper than most hotels, and a step above a campground. Oh, they also have an on-site bar and restaurant. You'll probably want a stiff drink after looking at your room.
- Rooms: 1
- Location: 4
- Service: 4
101caraf from: Montrose, United States
Published Date: Sep, 29, 2021 Travel Date: Sep, 1, 2021 Rating: 1
WARNING-DON'T go there!
This place is a DUMPSTER! Filthy, old carpeting in old and smelly buildings, tiny rooms, closet-sized bathroom with crummy vanity, small TV with no cable. Immediately checked out and found another place. They wanted $110 pernight. It "rates" and reviews well....probably by owners and their friends. Very disgusting.
- Location: 1
- Cleanliness: 1
- Service: 1