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Quality Inn Bryce Canyon

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We enjoy Quality Inn Bryce Canyon - it was a convenient location in the area of Bryce, Zion, Red Canyon, and more. Room was simply furnished and clean and provided breakfast in the morning. The staff were helpful and we would happily stay there again or recommend to a friend.

Great place to stay but skip the bar and restaurant. 7$ domestic beer, really?

This place is a little quirky, but not bad overall. It kind of has the look of an old Western town. Staff was very nice. The room was clean and comfy enough. There really is a prairie dog town right next to the entrance. The thing that worried me the most was the boardwalk that wraps around the front unit and the stairs leading up to the restaurant. They may not be in immediate danger of collapse, but management should do something soon to reinforce and update it so guests feel safe.

We were pleasantly surprised by this hotel. It has a rustic, cowboy theme on the outside, but very comfortable rooms.

Not many choices in the Bryce Canyon area that are actually reasonably priced. I stumbled upon this one and picked it for the proximity and the view. My first impression was not a great one, but after a day of hiking, my opinion changed after the super hot shower, and comfy bed. Don't let your first judgment on this one be the basis for your stay. We didn't eat at the restaurant but there aren't really many choices. I suggest eating at Bryce before checking in. Breakfast was ok. Not much in the way of filling protein so be prepared to carb load. Overall, it was exactly what we needed after a long day, with an even longer day of travel ahead.

The location was perfect and the perfectly comfortable. The staff was extremely friendly and accommodating. The breakfast was superb.

Great value for a hotel so close to Bryce Canyon: clean, friendly staff, good breakfast, all in an amazing location.

Hotel is neither in panguitch downtown nor close to Bryce village. It's a bit secluded and you need to drive 7-10 miles to get food. Room was facing highway and was quite noisy. Breakfast was lower than average quality than other Quality Inns, with mostly frozen food reheated or microwaved.

Hotel was as expected, but was literally in the middle of nowhere. We thought it was in Panguitch, but it was actually about 7 miles closer to Bryce than Panguitch. Better for the drive to Bryce, but there were no choices for food or just getting out and walking around town.

Hotel staff had trouble checking people in, which created a line and a delay checking in. Our room was in the 800 building. The walkway in that building goes out over a cliff. It is made of very weathered and decayed boards which creak and bend, giving you the feeling that you're about to fall through. They definitely need to be replaced. Our room also creaked terribly when we walked near the door. The door jamb to the bathroom creaked loudly too. There was a lot of noise entering our room from the highway all night long. We barely slept and therefore had a lousy day. The breakfast was minimal but acceptable. But there were two other problems. First, the breakfast room was ridiculously overheated -- I estimate about 95 degrees. Second, one of the staff (I'm guessing the owner) stood at the side of the room and watched everyone. He didn't seem to be there to help. I got the impressions he was monitoring people to make sure they didn't take too much food or something. It was very discomforting.

Good location, nice breakfast , very friendly staff, comfortable beds, impressive view! Will come back.

Room was comfortable, but a bit dated. Breakfast was very good.

First off, perspective is everything. After a week of traveling all over the area visiting all the National Parks, I can definitely say that I've gained great perspective in the area of motels. The only thing I didn't like was that the beds were full size, not queen. However, they were the most comfortable of all the beds we slept in that week. I appreciated the clean duvet and comforter, too. The rooms were very good size, too; the largest of all the motels where we stayed. The breakfast was your average free breakfast: preformed egg patties, sausage links, hot waffle iron, muffins, fruit, etc. Wifi was slow and the TV remote took some getting used to. Restaurant was good, but a little overpriced. But when you're starving, it's late, and everything in town in closed, it takes wonderful. The price was right, cute western facade on the front of the buildings, comfortable, driving distance to Bryce and Escalante. Would definitely stay here again.

poor facility, uncomfortable beds, poorly maintained rooms and bathrooms

Nice hotel, good breakfast, near to bryce canyon, we went for 2 days trip and stayed 2 days in this hotel. clean and nice. must stay. big rooms. We enjoyed staying at this small mansion.

We stayed at this Quality Inn for one night after a day spent at Bryce Canyon. It is some 20 miles from Bryce Canyon but convenient to the highway that we took to Zion the next day. The very western motif is interesting but the furnishings are dated and somewhat worn. The bed was just okay as were the pillows and shower-head. There is a restaurant which offers a couple of items for dinner and the continental breakfast was very good. The staff was extremely friendly and attentive. There are no other motels or restaurants nearby so dining and entertainment options are nil. As a place to stay for a night, it was fine but I would search for a place closer to the Canyon in the future.

Hotel was in a great location after a long day at bryce canyon. It was clean. The only problem was the doors were very squeeky.

This is conveniently located to Bryce Canyon for exploring and to Panguitch for meals if you don't eat at the hotel. Although the outside needs a little TLC, our room was very clean, comfortable and spacious. The breakfast choices were good and the facility clean and spacious.

This hotel was very noisy all night. It sounded like people were stomping their feet in the room above. The restaurant was expensive and probably the worst food I have ever eaten in a restaurant. The complementary breakfast was ok, though.

It takes a lot to disappoint me. While visiting the National Parks, we elected to stay at the Quality Inn. The room was way over priced and located well outside of town. Make sure you stay on the second floor because the floors squeak terrible bad. The room was dated, the outside wooden stair treads were loose, and the breakfast was marginal. The shampoo was nice.

3800 South Highway 89 Panguitch UT

Hotel highlights

  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

Quality Inn Bryce Canyon places you within a 5-minute drive of Red Canyon and within a 10-minute drive of Garfield Memorial Hospital. This 80-room hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking. Gem Theatre is also a short drive from this Panguitch hotel.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast. This hotel has a restaurant that's perfect for a leisurely bite to eat.


Rooms

All 80 air-conditioned rooms feature microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Free local calls, ceiling fans, and ironing boards are also available.


Property features

At Quality Inn Bryce Canyon, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, free newspapers, and laundry facilities. You can put free parking to good use if you drive.

Room options

Standard Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Quality Inn Bryce Canyon

Everyone (14) Couples (17) Family (3) Other (1) Friends (2)
4

comfortable hotel and wonderful view!

Everyone
View from our Balcony at Quality Inn

We enjoy Quality Inn Bryce Canyon - it was a convenient location in the area of Bryce, Zion, Red Canyon, and more. Room was simply furnished and clean and provided breakfast in the morning. The staff were helpful and we would happily stay there again or recommend to a friend.

By , from Boston on Jul 26, 2017

4

clean hotel expensive food

Everyone

Great place to stay but skip the bar and restaurant. 7$ domestic beer, really?

By on Jul 9, 2017

3

maybe the only motel with a prairie dog town

Everyone

This place is a little quirky, but not bad overall. It kind of has the look of an old Western town. Staff was very nice. The room was clean and comfy enough. There really is a prairie dog town right next to the entrance. The thing that worried me the most was the boardwalk that wraps around the front unit and the stairs leading up to the restaurant. They may not be in immediate danger of collapse, but management should do something soon to reinforce and update it so guests feel safe.

By , from minneapolis, MN on May 29, 2017

5

nice hotel close to bryce canyon

Everyone

We were pleasantly surprised by this hotel. It has a rustic, cowboy theme on the outside, but very comfortable rooms.

By , from Lake Oswego, OR on May 27, 2017

4

worth it for a great night's sleep

Everyone

Not many choices in the Bryce Canyon area that are actually reasonably priced. I stumbled upon this one and picked it for the proximity and the view. My first impression was not a great one, but after a day of hiking, my opinion changed after the super hot shower, and comfy bed. Don't let your first judgment on this one be the basis for your stay. We didn't eat at the restaurant but there aren't really many choices. I suggest eating at Bryce before checking in. Breakfast was ok. Not much in the way of filling protein so be prepared to carb load. Overall, it was exactly what we needed after a long day, with an even longer day of travel ahead.

By , from Orlando, FL on May 22, 2017

5

great location between bryce canyon and panguitch.

Everyone

The location was perfect and the perfectly comfortable. The staff was extremely friendly and accommodating. The breakfast was superb.

By on Apr 10, 2017

5
Everyone

Great value for a hotel so close to Bryce Canyon: clean, friendly staff, good breakfast, all in an amazing location.

By , from Toronto, ON on Mar 27, 2017

3

reasonably priced decent rooms

Everyone

Hotel is neither in panguitch downtown nor close to Bryce village. It's a bit secluded and you need to drive 7-10 miles to get food. Room was facing highway and was quite noisy. Breakfast was lower than average quality than other Quality Inns, with mostly frozen food reheated or microwaved.

By , from Boston on Nov 24, 2016

4

close to bryce

Everyone

Hotel was as expected, but was literally in the middle of nowhere. We thought it was in Panguitch, but it was actually about 7 miles closer to Bryce than Panguitch. Better for the drive to Bryce, but there were no choices for food or just getting out and walking around town.

By , from Peoria, AZ on Jul 16, 2016

2

noisy rooms

Everyone

Hotel staff had trouble checking people in, which created a line and a delay checking in. Our room was in the 800 building. The walkway in that building goes out over a cliff. It is made of very weathered and decayed boards which creak and bend, giving you the feeling that you're about to fall through. They definitely need to be replaced. Our room also creaked terribly when we walked near the door. The door jamb to the bathroom creaked loudly too. There was a lot of noise entering our room from the highway all night long. We barely slept and therefore had a lousy day. The breakfast was minimal but acceptable. But there were two other problems. First, the breakfast room was ridiculously overheated -- I estimate about 95 degrees. Second, one of the staff (I'm guessing the owner) stood at the side of the room and watched everyone. He didn't seem to be there to help. I got the impressions he was monitoring people to make sure they didn't take too much food or something. It was very discomforting.

By , from Mount Helix, CA on Jun 5, 2016