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Banff Vacations

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Your Banff vacation

Banff National Park is a rare destination that allows people to connect with nature on a grand scale. It's a massive protected wilderness that offers intimate access to natural beauty, wildlife and even a few wildflowers, yet provides a wide range of hotel choices, tasty regional cuisine, unique shopping, and diverse nightlife.

Best time to take a vacation to Banff

  • The best time to visit Banff National Park city often depends on your interests. While Banff and Lake Louise offer 3 incredible ski resorts in the winter, the summer in Banff cannot be beat.  June through August are the peak months but there are some incredible deals to be found in May and September.   The crystal  clear glacier-fed emerald lakes, enchanting mountain vistas and scenery will have you pulling over time and time again to capture the incredible landscapes.  There are endless summer activates and long summer days that will have you out and enjoying the outdoors until 11pm!!    With a huge variety of accommodation and dining options it’s no wonder that the locals believe that once you visit you’ll forever describe your life as before Banff and after Banff!

Insider tips for Banff travel

  • Drakesbad Guest Ranch

    Located in the Lassen National Park, this unique hotel is part of a working ranch, and it has a natural hot spring on-site.

    The Bison

    Homemade bread comes free with every dish served at this restaurant, and locals keep coming back for the freshly made bison dishes.

    Storm Mountain Lodge

    The amazing views and fresh mountain air at this restaurant will put a spring in your step and make you eager to try some of the fresh seafood dishes.

    The Cascade Gardens

    Take in views of Banff and get up close with some of the gorgeous native plants and flowers growing in this public garden.

    Moraine Lake

    The hiking trails surrounding this lake are quiet and peaceful because it's a little off the beaten path, and a spot that only the locals know.

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Banff Vacation Packages

Hotel only $206

1 The Fairmont Banff Springs

4 stars
4.3 / 5 27 reviews

Box 960 Map

3rd Night Free - Non Refundable

Built in 1888 and styled after a Scottish baronial castle, The Fairmont Banff Springs offers stunning vistas, championship golf courses, unparalleled skiing, classic cuisine and Willow Stream, and a world class European-style spa. More

Hotel only $68

2 Inns of Banff

3 stars
3.3 / 5 44 reviews

600 Banff Avenue Map

Located on Banff Avenue, the Inns of Banff has some of the best views in all of Banff. This 3.5 star hotel offers full resort amenities and services. Known for its large guest rooms and fantastic views, the Inns of Banff is the perfect home base for your mountain... More

Hotel only $85

3 Brewsters Mountain Lodge

3 stars
3.3 / 5 12 reviews

208 Caribou St Map

This attractive western-inspired hotel in downtown Banff offers superb rooms with handcrafted log furniture, floor to ceiling windows, bright fabric and accents, and all the modern conveniences. The pioneer feeling in some loft suites is augmented by historical images and... More

Hotel only $85

4 Banff High Country Inn

3 stars
4.3 / 5 8 reviews

419 Banff Avenue Map

Found within the mountain town of Banff, sitting alongside the majestic Rocky Mountains, is the High Country Inn Banff hotel, where leisure and comfort is of the utmost importance. More

Hotel only $111

5 Hidden Ridge Resort Condos

4 stars
4.0 / 5 30 reviews

901 Hidden Ridge Way Map

Tucked away on Tunnel Mountain, Hidden Ridge Resort is quiet and secluded with some of the most spectacular views in Banff and the Canadian Rockies. Enjoy access to one of many hiking trails just outside your door, or catch close-up photographs of some of Banff National... More

Hotel only $111

6 Caribou Lodge and Spa

3 stars
3.9 / 5 20 reviews

521 Banff Avenue Map

The impressive hand hewn logs that accent the building's exterior and lobby create the spectacular ambiance of this mountain lodge. The massive fieldstone fireplace that dominates the lobby invites you to relax in front of warm crackling flames. These 184 cozy... More

Hotel only $93

7 Banff Ptarmigan Inn

3 stars
3.2 / 5 21 reviews

337 Banff Avenue Map

A two minute walk from downtown Banff, the Ptarmigan Inn is within walking distance of many Banff attractions. Features 134 cozy hotel rooms located on Banff Avenue, one short block from downtown Banff, and includes indoor hot pools, sauna and steam room, The Meatball... More

Hotel only $111

8 Banff Aspen Lodge

3 stars
4.0 / 5 25 reviews

401 Banff Avenue Map

A friendly hotel of 89 spacious rooms and a 3 minute stroll to downtown Banff. Room rates include our Canadian Rockies continental breakfast, wireless internet and parking. Guestrooms are renovated with a fresh, modern feel. Amenities include two outdoor hot tubs with a... More

Hotel only $145

9 Delta Banff Royal Canadian Lodge

4 stars
4.3 / 5 11 reviews

459 Banff Ave Map

Explore easily from the Delta Banff Royal Canadian Lodge ResortOur Banff hotel is situated in the heart of this small mountain resort town and provides instant access to the areas rich history and outdoor sights, including breathtaking Sulfur Mountain, and Banff Hot... More

Hotel only $121

10 Fox Hotel and Suites

4 stars
4.3 / 5 19 reviews

461 Banff Ave Map

Waterfalls and mountain springs are brought to life in the Fox's design. Capturing the historic and natural elements of Banff National Park, the hotel's centrepiece is the hot pool inspired by the original Cave and Basin Historic Site. The new Fox offers a unique... More

Banff highlights

  • Banff

    Nestled high in the Canadian Rockies, Banff is a town that makes you feel at home and exhilarated with wonder all at the same time. There is no other place in the world where you can find a vibrant community nestled in a 6,641km2 national park. This is a town that truly celebrates its heritage, lives and breathes mountain culture and never takes its backyard for granted. With modern amenities and more than enough accommodations, restaurants and activities to choose from, Banff is a premier destination for authentic hospitality, mountain culture, relaxation and amusement.

  • Banff Lake Louise

    Lake Louise

    Lake Louise has become symbolic of the quintessentially Canadian mountain scene. This alpine lake, known for its sparkling blue waters, is situated at the base of impressive glacier-clad peaks that have long been at the heart of Canadian mountaineering. At about 2.5 kilometres long and 90 metres deep, the lake offers a surreal paddling experience in the warm summer months and one of the most scenic skating rinks in the world in winter.  For vacationers seeking the purest of alpine experiences, Lake Louise is a protected mountain destination that is located in close proximity to world-class hotels, postcard perfect lodges, dining options and both summer and winter activities.

  • Lake Louise

    Enjoy winter fun when the snow falls, or stop by Lake Louise for boating, fishing, swimming, and other attractions in the summer.

    Banff Gondola

    See the city from the sky by taking a ride on the Banff Gondola, which takes guests more than 7,000 feet into the sky.

    Bankhead Coal Mine

    A few feet away from the Bankhead Coal Mine are hiking and nature trails that are usually quiet and less crowded than the popular tourist trails.

    Nourish Vegetarian Bistro and Tea House

    Enjoy a lighter meal at this restaurant, which specializes in dishes for those who do not eat meat, or just spend some time enjoying afternoon tea service.

    Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies

    You can enjoy free presentations and lectures on Thursday nights, or you can take a guided tour of historic sites and buildings that surround this museum.

    Cathedral Mountain Lodge

    With old-fashioned cabins available for rent and a modern lodge on-site, this resort is a favorite for locals who want to get away from the city.

    Canadian Ski Museum

    Learn more about the history of the sport at this free museum located in the Cascade Plaza.

    Banff Avenue

    You can spend hours walking along the main road through town, which has a number of stores, and restaurants offering unusual dishes like rattlesnake.

    Banff National Park

    Take horseback tours of the Banff National Park, and you will see the true beauty and wonder of the region.

    Banff Park Museum

    Discover the history of the region and learn about the various animals that call Banff home at this large museum.