Experience top-notch hiking trails and outstanding natural scenery when you visit Zion National Park. This national park in Utah is a popular vacation spot, therefore there are a number of great hotels in the area. From upscale accommodations to glamping opportunities, there are plenty of options to consider here. You won’t be disappointed when you book a stay at one of these top hotels near Zion National Park.

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Cliffrose Lodge Cliffrose Lodge
Cliffrose Lodge

Cliffrose Lodge

Found in the town of Springdale, Cliffrose Lodge borders Zion National Park and offers a shuttle to and from the park for hotel guests. This Utah lodge offers a fairly luxurious stay, as Cliffrose Lodge is home to a number of amenities like a heated outdoor pool, riverside beach, on-site restaurant and of course rooms with a view. Being only a half mile away from the park, this gorgeous lodge is a perfect place to stay to experience Zion National Park.

Flanigan’s Inn Flanigan’s Inn
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Flanigan’s Inn

Flanigan’s Inn

A five-minute walk is all it takes to reach Zion National Park from this top-rated hotel. Flanigan’s Inn is an eco-friendly boutique hotel in the area. You’ll want to book a room with a view and patio here, as the sights are outstanding. Flanigan’s is home to an on-site spa, the Deep Canyon Spa and Salon, and an American bistro, The Spotted Dog Cafe. Along with an outdoor pool and on-site yoga classes, Flanigan’s Inn seems to have it all.

Holiday Inn Express Springdale Holiday Inn Express Springdale
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Holiday Inn Express Springdale

Holiday Inn Express Springdale

This Holiday Inn Express in Springdale offers an impressive stay found in Zion Canyon. Guests will enjoy the great amenities that usually come with a Holiday Inn Express stay, such as complimentary breakfast, pool area and a fitness center. However, this Holiday Inn location also features a gift shop and outstanding views of the red rock cliffs right from the lobby.

Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort
Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort

Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort

No matter if you want to stay in a cabin, tent or even a vacation home, there is the perfect lodging option waiting for you at Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort. You don’t even need to leave the property to enjoy the great outdoors here, as Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort offers outdoor recreation activities like horseback riding, ziplining, canyoneering trips and more. The entire family will have something to do here, as the kids will enjoy paintball and mini golf found right on site. If you do decide to pry yourself away from the ranch, Zion National Park is only a 30-minute drive away.

Driftwood Lodge Driftwood Lodge
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Driftwood Lodge

Driftwood Lodge

Another Springdale lodging option to consider for your Zion National Park vacation is Driftwood Lodge. Centrally located, Driftwood Lodge guests gain access to a number of great restaurants and art galleries that are within walking distance to the lodge, as well as the lodge’s on-site restaurant Kings Landing Bistro. This boutique hotel, which is only two miles from Zion National Park, offers a shuttle that brings guests to and from the park.

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Under Canvas Zion

Under Canvas Zion

Under Canvas Zion is the most unique accommodation found on this list. Although not necessarily a hotel, Under Canvas Zion still deserves a spot as one of the best lodging options in the area near Zion National Park. Found on 196 acres along Zion National Park, Under Canvas Zion offers glamping like no other. Ideal for those wanting to experience the backcountry in style, guests stay in luxury tents, varying from impressive tent suites with running water to cabin-like safari tents. No matter what option you book here however, your tent will be Instagram-worthy.

Pioneer Lodge Pioneer Lodge
Pioneer Lodge

Pioneer Lodge

Pioneer Lodge, situated near the entrance of Zion National Park, is one of the only hotels in the area offering free breakfast, which is a popular selling point for this 43-room hotel. This western-style lodging option isn’t just worth a stay because of its breakfast. Pioneer Lodge also has an outdoor pool, full-service restaurant, and free Wi-Fi. Aside from classic hotel rooms, Pioneer Lodge is also home to a jacuzzi suite and two apartments, a three-bedroom apartment and a one-bedroom apartment too.

Majestic View Lodge Majestic View Lodge
Majestic View Lodge

Majestic View Lodge

As its name implies, the views from Majestic View Lodge are exactly that. Come for the views at Majestic View Lodge but stay for the amenities. This lodge in Springdale has plenty to offer guests, from its onsite restaurant to its well-stocked trading post and gift shop. Majestic View Lodge is a popular hotel all year round, as it’s only a couple miles away from Zion National Park’s southern entrance.

Zion Lodge Zion Lodge
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Zion Lodge

Zion Lodge

If location is important to you, then look no further than Zion National Park’s only in-park lodging option, Zion Lodge. Popular among hiking enthusiasts, Zion Lodge is the closest lodging option on this list to the park’s hiking trails, as it’s only steps away from the Emerald Pools trailhead. Book a room in the main lodge, which has 125 rooms, or consider one of the historic cabins for a more private stay here. If you’re wanting to spend as much time in the park as possible while you’re in the area, then Zion Lodge is the perfect place for you.

Cable Mountain Lodge Cable Mountain Lodge
Cable Mountain Lodge

Cable Mountain Lodge

Guests at Cable Mountain Lodge can walk to Zion National Park or Zion Canyon Village, where restaurants and shops are found. At a nice location near both the park and area attractions, Cable Mountain Lodge is a popular place to stay near Zion National Park. Featuring upscale accommodations that range from studios to suites, as well as amenities like an onsite pool and Springdale shuttle, Cable Mountain Lodge is ideal for travelers wanting to explore all the sites of the area, not just the park.

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