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Box 875, Highway 1A Bow Valley Parkway, T1L 1A9 Castle Junction, Canada – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9/10! (score from 67 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Johnston Canyon Resort.
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BBQ Facilities, Grounds, Terrace
Tennis Court, Hiking
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Snack Bar
No internet access available.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Family Rooms, Heating
Japanese, French, Spanish, English
From 4:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 18 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged CAD 15 per night when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged CAD 15 per night in an extra bed.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Based on 67 reviews
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This Banff hotel is on the slopes of Tunnel Mountain, within a 20-minute walk of downtown. The hotel features a wood burning fireplace, balcony and private bathroom in every room.
Score from 339 reviews Very good
Featuring Rocky Mountain views, HI-Banff Alpine Centre provides a café and a bar. Free Wi-Fi and 2 shared kitchens are also available. Banff town center is a 4-minute drive away.
Score from 188 reviews Good
Located in central Banff, this bed and breakfast features shared kitchen facilities. Free WiFi is provided in all areas. Mount Norquay is 7 km away.
Score from 66 reviews Excellent
In Banff National Park and surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, this inn is a 5 minute walk from downtown Banff. The inn offers rooms with private bathrooms.
Score from 317 reviews Excellent
The quiet and beatiful neighbourhood. The staff in shop was very friendly
The receptionist was very rigid about time of handing over the keys for the cabin. The cabin was very dark. Cut some of the trees!
Value for cost was good.
I love this place. I have walked there in all seasons. The canyon is a special place for me.
The beds are a bit small the cabins are "rustic". I love it but if one wants luxury go somewhere else
The location, near the beautiful trail to the falls, was wonderful and the mountains were spectacular. The cabins were cozy and clean.
The dining room was attractive but the food left something to be desired, considering the prices charged for dinners.
The bungalow was great they upgraded us at no extra charge great location inbetween lake louise and Banff
The bungalow park has a nice classic atmosphere, it's obviously been there for a long time. Yet everything is kept quite up to date in terms of maintenance and comfort. It's quiet, the diner is convenient and has okay food for a reasonable price. Johnston Canyon is next door and a nice walk. There even was wood for the open fire present, don't know if that's standard or a left over.
Our cabin was rather closed in by trees, so not much view. The benefit of that is privacy of course.
right next to the canyon trail, super quiet at night
No TV or internet, so more reading materials would have been nice
Staff seemed to have a lot on their plates, especially during evening dining.
Johnston Canyon is our all time favorite destination. We try to stay three days. We love the sense of history. We love the cozy café and the rustic cabins.
Location away from the tourist throngs of Banff and Lake Louise (but accessible to both) is a major advantage. The Canyon walk is immediately accessible from the property, and attracts a lot of day trippers. However, staying there means that you can enjoy an evening stroll to the lower and upper falls after they have left. The Bow Valley Parkway offers good wildlife viewing opportunities (we saw a wolf a short distance up the road!). The on-site restaurant is surprisingly good, for breakfast and dinner.
Loved being so close to the hike, and the staff were friendly and efficient.
The interior of the cabins was rather old. I think it could use an update to the carpet, curtains, and bedding. Also, the bed was really loud and squeaky, which was difficult with our 1 year old sleeping in the same room - was worried about turning over in bed and waking her up. The pillows were also super flat and uncomfortable. For the money, I expected a little nicer overall.
Location was great.. Nice and off the beaten path. Had a 4 person cabin which was just right for size. ( hotel room with a porch) The bed was comfy and warm. Nice and quiet , beautiful surroundings. The staff was friendly and helpful. We will be going back again!!
Unfortunately the restaurant was hit and miss. Room smelled a bit musty, coffee pot leaked and a microwave would have been great.
Cozy cabin with gas fireplace, rustic atmosphere that was dark and quiet.
Bed was saggy, hot water took some time to get to cabin, and after a long summer the carpet really needed to be cleaned.
Great location, generally comfortable stay
The cabin was kinda smelly.
Love the location. Cabins seem well maintained and clean
Only down side was the food. Was a bit disappointed in the price and service in the restaraunt.
The canyon is breathtaking, the hike up is awesome and it's so nice to just walk back to your cabin after to relax. Price for cabin was very reasonable.
The food wasn't very good in the restaurant. Breakfast and lunch options was just OK, not memorable or very satisfying. Dinner was a bit better, not by much. Had to travel to Lake Louise village to have an enjoyable meal. Housekeeping needs more attentive cleaning staff
Quiet overnight location with early morning access to the Falls before the crowds arrive.
Refusal of staff to let us check in before 1600 (it was 1540). Limited self catering facilities and no crockery or cutlery.
The location to the falls Our temporary cabin for one night
They messed up on the reservation so we got two cabins both without kitchens when they said that both had kitchens. We had brought food for most of our meals and had no where to cook it. We asked if they would cover our breakfast in their restaurant and they said no.
The diner, the cabins, the trails, everything.
Location. Easy driving distance to sights in the Canadian Rockies. Much cheaper than other hotels in the area. Quiet. Cabins are clean and well equipped.
Breakfast not served until 8AM. Service was slow. One server and one cook. People in this area are looking to having an early start to sight seeing. Recommend bringing your own stuff to eat in your cabin for breakfast
Location at the end of the falls was great. The surrounding Canadian Rockies are beautiful, and cabins are half way in between Lake Louise and Banff.
Three beds were crammed into one small room. Not pleasant. Cabins were close together. When you sit outside, you look at the other cabins and cars.
Beautiful craftsman style decor of the 2 bedroom cabin and elegant bathroom was wonderful.
Cooking capability was awful. Oven had a sign "Oven is disconnected" when you opened the door of the tiny stove! 4 top burners was all we had. We also only had 1 small omlette skillet and 2 pots. Cabins are close together. No outdoor ambiance. No outdoor tables, just 2 Adirondack chairs. No BBQ facility.
comfy beds, close to the hike, coffee was close in the morning, great service by the front desk girl and house keeping beautiful products to enjoy a bath or moisturize your skin after a long hike
Location is idyllic. Cabin is a rough-rustic. More suitable for young back-packer/camper types than for seniors.
bed was uncomfortable. very hot
Great location if you're looking for a compromise between roughing it and staying in a hotel. Wake up in the morning and step out onto your porch to soak it all in.
A bit steep price wise, but the demand is there. Also, our waiter was a bit ridiculous.
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