Finding an ideal budget friendly motel in Panguitch does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Bryce Gateway Inn, a nice option for travelers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Bryce Gateway Inn offer air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk. Guests of Bryce Gateway Inn are also welcome to enjoy barbeque facilities, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of the nearby restaurants that are within walking distance of Bryce Gateway Inn, such as Ivo’s Bbq (1.0 mi).
Should time allow, Red Canyon and Red Canyon Trails Powell Ranger District Dixie National Forest are some popular canyons that are relatively easy to get to.
Bryce Gateway Inn puts the best of Panguitch at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We arrived early and really didn't expect to check in, just wanted to park our rigs out of the way, unload our ATVs and come back later. We drove around the cabins twice searching for the hotel office. No luck. I spotted an old, faded sign that said go next door to Rodeway Inn. Once there, encountered gentleman whose English was so heavily accented that it took me 20 minutes of conversation to figure out if he said yes or no. Finally got it worked out and returned later to pick up keys, encountering same situation with language barrier. Cabins are basic, which was fine, and seemed clean enough. It was a good location for ATV trail access which was our main objective.
These cabins are horrible! They're infested with mice and not clean at all. No vacuuming or cleaning happening here! Would recommend to absolutely know one!!!!! They're not sealed up around doors and windows. Bugs and spiders also!!!!
The cabins are Highway 12 near the Rodeway Inn. In fact that is where one checks in. The pictures show the cabins as cuter than they really are. However, it is an adventure to stay there... no nearby restaurants, there is a coffee pot in the room. No view, just a gravel parking lot off the highway. Staying at the cabins would probably be better than staying at the Rodeway Inn.
Though it would be nice to not stay within city limits for the view. But no view here unless you like looking at the back of a closed restaurant across a gravel parking lot and then up the hill to see a large liquid storage tank in need to a new paint job. Check in was done next door at the Rodeway Motel with its visually poor cluttered small sleazy lobby. Nothing is nearby this property. Either head up to Panguitch or Bryce Canyon Village for any meals. Room was clean and comfortable, but very dated and in need of modernizing. Front porch was not sitable on the 2x12 plank fastened to the wall nor big enough for any chairs. Views like previously mentioned were pitiful and non-existent. This should only be a last resort stay option if nothing else nearby can be found. Same goes for the Rodeway Inn Motel here. Go to nearby Panguitch or Bryce Canyon Village.…
Owners were nice and helpful. Cabin was clean and comfortable. Leaned a little at one corner but things settle. If you want the Marriott pay for the Marriott. We had four cabins with no complaints from anyone.