If you're awaiting a grand adventure, then we've got a special treat for you. On the edge of Zion's vast pink, cream, and red sandstone cliffs lies a Zion rental home in Utah. It's less than a 25-minute drive from the national park and it's affordable too.

The Zion Guest House at Lazalu is a southwestern Airbnb that's secluded and ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. With enough room for six people, you and your friends can rent out the place and split the cost. 

That's only $50 per person, or you can go with your boo instead for $300 a night and split the cost that way. 

Since the home is conveniently located at the western edge of the park, you can find hiking trails nearby, some as close as a 10-minute walk away. 

There are a shared kitchen and a common room available for you to use. After a day of exploring, you can soak in the huge marble tub; it even has a large window for you to look out at the mountains as you do. 

Before you head out, you should plan on bringing groceries if you plan on utilizing the kitchen, since there aren't any stores nearby. 

If you can't make it to the store, no worries. The on-site manager can get them for you with advanced notice. 

If you'd rather stay in, you can read from a 2,000-book library of art, poetry, and literature in the main house. You'll have to get permission first. 

This unique stay is perfect for adventurers who love hiking and exploring nature's masterpieces. If you want a more lavish rental, then you should check out this castle. It's perfect for you and a group of friends. 

Zion Guest House at Lazalu

Price per night: $300 a night for up to six guests

Address: Virgin, Utah (exact address provided upon booking)

Why You Need To Go: You can stay in a charming home right next to Zion National Park. 

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