This suite carries the original name for Zion Canyon given by explorer John Wesley Powell: “Mukuntuweap.” It is believed to be a Paiute name meaning straight canyon. In 1909 President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed the area Mukuntuweap National Monument. Mormon settlers referred to this area as “Zion, a place of refuge,” and in 1919, U.S. Congress established Zion as the first National Park in Utah.
The Mukuntuweap Canyon Suite is 350 sq. ft. with private entrance, beautifully-appointed Duncan Phyfe four-poster bedroom set, armoire, sitting area with bistro-size dining table and kitchenette. This cozy queen suite is fully equipped with under-the counter refrigerator, sink, microwave, coffee maker, hot-water kettle, dishware & utensils, private bathroom with jetted tub/shower combination, , whisper-quiet individual heating/air-conditioning, , flat-screen TV with Direct TV Satellite; and wireless internet services. We provide complimentary fresh-ground coffee, tea selection and hot chocolate, as well as breakfast vouchers to great local restaurants so you can set your own schedule and enjoy your favorite foods. Canyon Vista is a smoke-free, pet-free Bed & Breakfast.