Situated close to the Canadian Rockies in the Town of Banff, many guests come for the hiking along Parker Ridge Trail or for boating at Lake Minnewanka. Visit Bow Falls and don’t miss out on Surprise Corner. From gentle, sloping trails to ones fit for avid hikers, there’s something for everyone. There’s also world class golfing nearby at Fairmount Banff Springs.
Perhaps world class skiing is what you are after, in which case a trip to Sunshine Village might be in order. There is also Mount Norquay and Lake Louise near this Banff hotel. Day trips to local attractions like Tunnel Mountain Drive are a great way to see the Rockies and explore the region. Make sure to schedule time at Cave & Basin National Historic Site to learn more about what makes this part of Alberta so unique.
Glacier Skywalk is fun for the whole family, while a tour of the Columbia Ice Field can’t be missed. How about a Grotto Canyon Ice Walk or horseback riding in the Rockies? A shot of romance can be injected into any trip with a helicopter ride or a horse-drawn carriage through the historic district. White water rafting on Kicking Horse River brings water adventurers to the region or you can watch the sun rise on a balloon tour.
Business travelers to Calgary and Edmonton regularly stay at this Banff hotel to enjoy peace and quiet since Banff is primarily a tourist destination. The city caters to many convention businesses on day tours from nearby cities in Alberta, and is known for world class shopping. Home to Canada’s first National Park and Canada’s highest town at 4,540 feet above sea level, there’s always something exciting happening like the Banff Film & Book Festival or Ice Magic Festival.
Pets allowed based on the availability of pet friendly rooms. Up to 2 dogs per room with a 80 pound weight limit. Additional pet types (cats, birds, etc) may be accepted at the hotel's discretion. Pet rate is $15.00 per day with a $100 per week maximum.
Children 17 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding.