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This hotel might appear to have all the charm of the old west but it’s terrible.
Stay somewhere else. The beds are harder than a rock. You’d probably get a better sleep at on the rocks at Bryce Canyon. The walls are paper thin. You...More
Very friendly staff. Hot Breakfast. Quiet. Nice 20 mile drive to Bryce Nat Park and Red Canyon. All rooms have porch area to sit out and relax after day sightseeing/hiking. Restaurant on site with outdoor seating and nice interior. they need to print menu with...More
My first impression of the hotel, upon seeing the aging, run-down condition of the exterior building and porch/walkways was very negative. The room condition was better, being a combination of a little run-down and not bad at all. The bed was adequately comfortable and the...More
Large clean room with a comfy bed. Quiet sleep. Usual breakfast with good full-size blueberry muffins as an extra. Large and sunny breakfast room. Good place to sleep on your way to or from Bryce Canyon.
We booked the nights at this worst Hotel ever, for our Bryce Canyon and Zion Nationalpark Tour.
We had already problems with bed bugs and therefore we always control the hotel rooms before entering with luggage etc.
This time we were lucky then we found...More
Thank Giuseppe B
Response from Quality Inn B, Front Office Manager at Quality Inn Bryce CanyonResponded 4 weeks ago
Sorry to hear that. I will talk to my staff about this problem can please kindley provide me your reservation name details so i can check more further about your problem and will try to resolve it. I checked under your name there is...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... 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.