Lodging at Bryce Canyon Ruby’s Inn is a nice summertime respite from hot temperatures

A breathtaking panorama of colorful rock spires and pinnacles, Bryce Canyon National Park is an excellent place to escape hot summer temperatures. Sitting at elevations ranging from 8,000 to 9,000 feet atop the Paunsaugunt Plateau, Bryce Canyon experiences summer daytime temperatures in the 80s. The park also boasts superb air quality and excellent visibility. Its clear night skies are perfect for stargazing. If you are looking for Bryce Canyon lodging, there are many members of the Bryce Canyon Chamber of Commerce just north of the park border offering everything from secluded rental cabins to standard motel rooms, including Bryce Canyon Resort, Bryce View Lodge, Fosters Motel, Bryce Canyon Pines and Best Western Ruby’s Inn.

Located only two miles north of the Bryce Canyon National Park entrance, Ruby’s Inn is the Bryce Canyon lodging provider boasting the widest array of amenities. Its spacious rooms include some two-bedroom suites. All of its rooms offer cable TV, an iron, an ironing board, a hair dryer, and a coffeemaker. Its amenities include two swimming pools, a laundromat, Internet kiosks, and two onsite restaurants, the Canyon Diner and the Cowboy’s Buffet and Steak Room. The headquarters of tour companies offering scenic flights, ATV tours, and guided horseback rides, Ruby’s Inn features a large general store and Old Bryce Town, a western-themed boardwalk of various souvenir shops. When looking for Bryce Canyon lodging, put Ruby’s Inn at the top of your list!

When lodging in the Bryce Canyon area, there is more to see than just Bryce Canyon National Park. Near the turnoff to the park from scenic UT 12, you will find the Paunsaugunt Wildlife Museum, a 14,000-square-foot facility displaying over 450 species of animals from all over the world in natural-looking dioramas. Nearby, guests can enjoy the Bryce Canyon Elk Preserve, a small refuge providing visitors the chance to view bull elk onboard a wagon or in the comfort of their cars. Children will delight in the chance to feed the European Fallow Deer that also live in the park. When you check into the Bryce Canyon lodging provider of your choice, ask their friendly staff members about these two spectacular wildlife attractions!