We have stayed @ the Majestic View Lodge for 2 yrs.Last yr. we were blessed to have one of our sons & his family with us for Thanksgiving Dinner. We had a wonderful time & hope to do it again this year.
Beautiful location and a beautiful lodge in Springdale. A stunning lodge made with timbers from the Yellowstone fire. A good use of down timber. On site museum with local and exotic game.
A great place to stay.
We did not stay here, but thought that the atmosphere would be great and decided to have dinner at the restaurant. Atmosphere is great, but the food and service was extremely poor. Meals were both overdone and service was slow and lacking. I told the waiter that my wife could give the chef a few lessons on how to cook salmon! A few days later we met a couple in the Grand Canyon who had also eaten at Majestic View and had the same experience. The staff did not seem to care that we had a less than enjoyable experience.
What a spectacular view from the balcony of our room. We were concerned at first because our room faces the street. But the view was the best and traffic noise was not an issue.
Very nice room, extra large king size bed, roomy and clean bathroom. Excellent staff. The shuttle bus stop is right across the street.
Where to begin? I've done Zion Canyon annually for the last 8 yrs, finally stayed at the Majestic View. This place is completely detached from the small community feel of the rest of the town. Overpriced and poorly prepared menu options, tacky as hell decor-a handful of animals on display are from the canyon, the rest you have to be on safari to see and shoot, and a gigantic portrait of a 19th century whore in an always empty bar???-wait staff resembling a Denny's or a roadside truck stop. I guess there's a brewery there, but I saw nothing of the sort. Rooms were nice enough, but they charged like it was a Ritz-Carlton. The only redeeming quality is the cleaning and maintenance staff. This place could be awesome if they'd get more with the feeling the canyon helps instill.