If you are looking for accommodations for your Bryce Canyon vacation, choose Ruby’s Inn, a full-service Bryce Canyon resort

If you would like to stay at a Bryce Canyon resort, Ruby’s Inn, located just north of the park entrance is an ideal choice. The first Bryce Canyon resort (established in 1916), Ruby’s Inn boasts 368 comfortable rooms, including some two-bedroom suites. All of the hotel’s rooms include an iron, an ironing board, a coffeemaker, a hair dryer and cable TV. The Inn’s amenities will impress you. The resort features two swimming pools and spas, a landromat, Internet kiosks, a large general store, and two onsite restaurants, the Canyon Diner and Cowboy’s Buffet and Steak Room. Across the street is Old Bryce Town, a grouping of quaint shops selling western-themed items and Bryce Canyon souvenirs.

One aspect that sets Ruby’s Inn above any other Bryce Canyon resort is its access to Bryce Canyon tours. The hotel is home to outfitters providing guided ATV tours, guided horseback rides, and scenic flights over Bryce Canyon. Ruby’s Inn also offers mountain bike rentals for those who would like to explore area trails. If you have car trouble or need an oil change before returning home, Bryce Canyon American Car Care Center is adjacent to Ruby’s Inn. It provides a wide range of repair services, including tires, brakes, and alignment. It also boasts a car wash and a Hertz Rent-a-Car. With all of these desirable features, and more, Ruby’s Inn is a full-service Bryce Canyon resort. For other Bryce Canyon lodging options, try one of the Bryce Canyon Chamber of Commerce’s other member motels, including Fosters Motel and Bryce Canyon Pines Motel.

At whatever Bryce Canyon resort you decide to stay, some of the most spectacular scenery in the American Southwest will surround you. Bryce Canyon’s series of natural amphitheaters display colorful rock spires and pinnacles in many different shapes and sizes. In addition to its rock formations, Bryce Canyon contains ponderosa pine forests and wildflower-filled meadows. Nearby, visitors will find other scenic wonders such as Kodachrome Basin State Park and Red Canyon. The Paunsaugunt Wildlife Museum and Bryce Canyon Elk Reserve are other entertaining itinerary options for those fascinated by the natural world.