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Hiking Las Vegas Blog
Ruby's Inn is the closest lodging to Bryce Canyon (less than 10 minutes away) and is the perfect place for you to stay for an enjoyable visit. Established in 1916 the folks at Ruby's Inn know how to treat their guests. Ruby's Inn and Bryce Canyon are open year-round. The temps in Bryce Canyon are much cooler than Las Vegas due to the elevation ( ~ 8,000 feet) and being about 200 miles north of Las Vegas.
There are five different types of rooms you can choose from: Double King, Double Queen with jetted tub, Double Queen, King with in-room spa or Two Room Family Suite.
All rooms include: Cable Satellite TV, Coffeemaker, Iron and Ironing board, Dataports, AM/Fm Alarm Clock, Microwave, Refrigerator, Free High-Speed Wireless Internet and there are 100 Non-Smoking Rooms.
The rooms are spacious, very clean, and there are connecting rooms if you are travelling with a group. If you want to bring your pets, they are allowed.
Ruby’s Inn has three great restaurants, the Cowboy’s Buffet & Steak Room, Canyon Diner, and Ebenezer’s Barn and Grill. I have eaten at the Cowboy Buffet & Steak Room and the buffet is great. It features high quality food at reasonable prices. Currently, you receive a free breakfast buffet for each night of your stay!
Ruby's Inn has an indoor pool and jacuzzi. It's a great way to relax after a long hike! Free towels are provided for your swim.
If you didn't hike enough, there's a fitness center.
Need to do some work? There's a business center.
Staying for an extended period? There's a laundromat.
Forget something or looking for a gift? The General Store is amazing. If you forgot any of your hiking equipment, the General Store has it. There’s also a wide variety of food for your hiking snacks or to eat in your room.
Branch Whitney is the author of Hiking Las Vegas and creator of the 52 Peak Club where members hike to the best 52 Peaks around Las Vegas, NV