Hidden Ridge Resort901 Hidden Ridge Way, Banff 3.5 out of 5.0
This resort, situated high on Tunnel Mountain, features views of downtown Banff and the surrounding Rocky Mountains.
We originally booked into a one bedroom unit that was downstairs, kind of a basement unit. It seemed like an okay place but immediately I knew the sound of the people walking above would be a problem. We paid to upgrade to a luxury king unit with balcony and private jacuzzi. They have four of these ...
Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise111 Lake Louise Drive, Lake Louise 4.0 out of 5.0
Surrounded by the peaks of the Canadian Rockies, this mountain resort in Banff National Park on the shores of Lake Louise is a popular destination for hiking, ...
The Fairmont has met and exceeded my usual expectations at this location. The outstanding proximity to the lake, world-class hiking and glacial views are second to none. The Fairmont always makes us feel appreciated!
Banff International Hotel333 Banff Ave, Banff 3.0 out of 5.0
Located in downtown Banff, this hotel is also superbly situated within the heart of Banff National Park and close to the Tri Area Ski Resort; skiing is a popular ...
This is a nice decent hotel located along the main road in Banff. All is walkable distance. Rooms have nice decor and although our room was in the ground floor and next to a busy road, didn't feel much noise. Big bathroom and free parking and internet. Couldn't ask more.
Fairmont Banff Springs405 Spray Ave, Banff 4.0 out of 5.0
This opulent 1888 Scottish baronial-style resort towers over 2 scenic river valleys, 0.5 km (0.25 mi) from downtown Banff and within 10 km (6 mi) of Mount Norquay ...
Wonderful hotel in a beautiful setting. Highly recommend staying on the Gold floor, well worth the extra money.
Falcon Crest Lodge190 Kananaskis Way, Canmore 3.5 out of 5.0
Situated in a provincial park, this eco-friendly condo is within 2 mi (3 km) of Canmore Museum and Geoscience Centre, Canmore Caverns, and Canmore Golf and Curling ...
Staff was very friendly and extremely helpful. We used this location as our base and made trips to Banff, Lake Louise, and Columbia Ice Fields. The King Suite was an excellent set up for us with separate living area, fireplace, and washer/dryer. The view from the balcony was also great. The room ...
The Fox Hotel and Suites461 Banff Ave, Banff 3.5 out of 5.0
The Fox Hotel and Suites is 4 blocks from downtown Banff, 1 km (0.6 mi) from the Bow River, and 5 km (3 mi) from the Sulphur Mountain Gondola.
Nice views, clean rooms, updated nicely. The "free" breakfast is a continental breakfast, so if you plan on hiking, you will need more food ! The hot springs tub is nice for after hiking, and the hotel is close to any shopping or restaurants in Banff.
Banff Caribou Lodge and Spa521 Banff Ave, Banff 3.5 out of 5.0
Located in Banff National Park just a short walk from downtown Banff, Banff Caribou Lodge and Spa has friendly staff and convenient location with easy access ...
Everything about the hotel was just fine except for very strong fireplace wood smoke smell in our room on the fourth floor. They have a wood burning fireplace in the lobby of the hotel that expels it's smoke out of the chimney on the roof. Due to the configuration of the exhaust/roof, the smoke ends ...
Brewster's Mountain Lodge208 Caribou Street, Banff 3.0 out of 5.0
The lodge is in the center of Banff, surrounded by the magnificent Rocky Mountains. Guests can walk to the town's shops and restaurants, or to the picturesque ...
Hotel is located in the heart of the village. Underground parking. Convenient to restaurants and shops.
The Rimrock Resort Hotel300 Moutain Avenue, Banff 4.0 out of 5.0
Nestled in the mountains 750 feet above the town of Banff, The Rimrock Resort Hotel is across from the Upper Hot Springs and within walking distance of the Banff ...
Although the hotel location itself is not within walking distance to the town center, it provided everything we needed. This is an upscale hotel that strives for customer service. All areas were very clean and well maintained. Would definitely stay again.
Due to being close to the Rocky Mountains, Banff is known as a popular ski destination. It is also great for hiking and sightseeing, since the mountains provide a scenic backdrop for these activities. When visiting in the summer, guests can fish on one of the many lakes in the area or search for some wildlife. There are many different Banff hotels from which to choose, as the area has both ski chalets and large chain hotels.
Banff Quick Picks and Tips
Banff Center is the main convention center in town, and it attracts corporate retreats from the Calgary area. The Calgary Flames hockey team is known to have had management meetings at Banff Center in the past.
Many of the hotels in Banff have restaurants within them, particularly the Fairmont Banff Springs. This luxury hotel has 12 restaurants from which to choose, allowing guests to select any style of cuisine imaginable.
Major Point of Interest
In the winter, Cascade Mountain is popular because it provides great skiing and excellent views. It is near many hotels Banff, so you do not have to drive for hours to hit the slopes. In the summer, Lake Minnewanka hosts relaxing boat tours for visitors.
Banff does have a variety of boutique shops like Jacques Cartier, W. Thomson, and Helly Hansen in the downtown area. Several shops show the work of aboriginal artists.
Banff is not home to any professional, semi-professional, or collegiate sports teams, but it does host World Cup ski races at Mount Norquay annually.
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