The Lodge at Bryce Canyon

Canyon City, USA

The only lodge right in the national park (it’s just a short walk from the famed Bryce Amphitheater), Bryce Canyon Lodge is an iconic historic structure built in 1925 by Gilbert Stanley Underwood, the noted architect who also designed the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite. The two-story lodge is set on a stone base and has intentionally oversized log framing, creating a massive, rustic appearance, and the original cabins have stone chimneys, log siding, and log-framed porches. The lodge and cabins were declared a National Historic Landmark in 1987. In addition, the lodge now also has 114 modern rooms including suites, motel rooms, and new cabins.