Zion Lodge, Zion National Park, UT: This is the only lodging option that puts you inside Zion National Park. Western-style 1920s cabins combine fir flooring and oak-and-wicker dressers with modern amenities like 300-count cotton sheets.
People have slept beneath the shadow of the towering sandstone cliffs in Zion National Park for 8,000 years. You can, too, but in accommodations that surely beat camping out in the wilderness: In addition to standard hotel rooms, the lodge has 40 cabins with private porches, as well as suites with sitting rooms and flat-screens TVs.Related: Utah's Zion National Park Like You've Never Seen It Before
Zion Lodge | Springdale, UT | Est. 1924 Designed by Gilbert Stanley Underwood, the father of National Park architecture, the Zion Lodge debuted in 1924 with a rustic aesthetic that became a signature for the system. The modern-day lodge retains that rough-hewn look, but now offers 76 hotel rooms, six suites, and 40 cabins. Room rates vary; http://zionlodge.com