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These quaint historic Bryce Canyon cabins were once nestled among the ponderosa pines near the Lodge. They were built by Union Pacific and designed by the very talented architect Gilbert Stanley Underwood (Probably best known for designing the Awahnee Hotel in Yosemite). In his designs he tried to preserve the beauty of the surroundings and gave these Bryce Canyon cabins a feel of belonging. Construction began on the cabins in 1925 and by 1927 they were completed. They had a few modern conveniences added such as Bathrooms, Vanity's/Counter Tops, Flat Panel TV/Cable, and Wi'Fi.
In the mid 1980's the concessionaire at Bryce Canyon decided to build motel units to replace the cabins. The cabins were auctioned off and Bryce Pioneer Village purchased 10. The Cabins were carefully moved to the town of Tropic, 8 miles away to help preserve a touch of history. Your Bryce Canyon cabins are now modernized for your convenience while trying to preserve the feel of history at the same time.
Some select cabins have fully furnished kitchenettes, queen sized beds, and dining sets. These cabins are offered from April 1st through November 1st. Reserve your Bryce Canyon cabin online today.
One Queen Cabin
One Queen Cabin with Fridge/MIcrowave
Three Queen Cabin with Fridge/MIcrowave, and Kitchenette counterspace