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In Banff National Park and the village of Lake Louise, this hotel features an indoor hot tub. Free Wi-Fi and satellite TV are provided in all rooms. breathtaking view from the room, helpful staff, outstanding location overall the experience was superb
Featuring a heated indoor pool and hot tubs, this Lake Louise hotel offers 2 on-site restaurants and a lounge. Guest rooms include views of the surrounding mountains. Visited the same property second time
Just half a mile from Lake Louise, Paradise Lodge and Bungalows offers spacious lodge rooms and fully equipped cabins. The property is surrounded by gardens which include a barbecue and a playground. The room was very clean. Very cute bungalows and very well maintained. In a great location with free parking. Very helpful staff. Even provided free muesli bars and oatmeal for breakafast.
Located in Banff National Park in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, this lodge offers free guided hiking programs and free canoeing. Each room and cabin features custom made, hand-crafted log furniture. I like the location, friendly staff, food in restaurant
Offering panoramic views of Lake Louise and the Victoria Glacier, this 4-star resort is in Banff National Park.The resort health club facilities includes a heated indoor pool and a state-of-the-art... Our view of the lake was beyond perfect!! We enjoyed our meal very much and the steak was the best I’ve ever eaten.
Set amid the Canadian Rockies in Banff National Park, this hostel features an on-site cafe and 2 self-catering guest kitchens. It includes private storage for guests and acts as a ski pass vendor. Very nice common area with chimney, pool and many sofas.
Located in the Kicking Horse River Valley surrounded by the Canadian Rocky Mountains, these cabins offer stone fireplaces and antique furniture. Beautiful cabins with views and probably the best dinner we had during our whole trip! We really loved the fact that the lodge stay also included complimentary canoes on Moraine Lake!
Located in Yoho National Park, this Field guest house offers a garden with picnic facilities. A fully equipped kitchen and a wood-burning stove are included in the suite. Emerald Lake is 7.5 mi away. super friendly landlords, useful tips for travelling, comfy beds, fully equipped kitchen, highly recommended!
Boasting views of the Canadian Rockies, this adults only property is located in Field, British Columbia. Free Wi-Fi is available in all guest rooms. Lake Louise is 30 minutes’ drive away. Very friendly owner and a very large suite. A very comfortable bed and everything worked.
Castle Mountain Chalets is located in the heart of Banff National Park and offers panoramic views of stately Castle Mountain.
Amazing destination. I'm not a skier, but still had plenty of activities to fill my schedule and enjoy the winter mountains - snowshoeing, exploring the lake, and a good base camp from which to explore the Icefields Parkway and Abraham Lake and its frozen ice bubbles. Good, affordable options for eating in the small town center. Some close early, so make sure you've got your choice lined up, or dine at one of the restaurants affiliated with a lodge or hostel, or splurge on something at the Fairmont.
The Lake Louise area has some of the most beautiful scenery anywhere in the world!!!A trip up the gondola is worth the time. At the upper level you can see the lake in the distance. Much smaller and less crowded than Banff, but worth a visit.
If you go, go early or late. The middle of the day, the lake area is jam packed with tourists that make it not really that pleasant. Follow the lakeside walk to get away from the crowds, as many seem to cluster at the front entrance and go no further. For even less crowds, we took the Plain of Six Glaciers hike to the tea house. To do the canoes, you may have to wait in line mid day, again go early or late if you want a chance for a canoe but definitely do it, boating on the lake is very worthwhile.
Nice place to visit, but very very crowded. Hike to lake Agnes and the tea house to complete the visit, be sure to take mosquito repellent with you ! Don't miss the nearby Lake Moraine. Specially at sunrise and sunset - amazing !
You probably need to park in the overflow area and take the free shuttle unless you go before 9am or after 7pm. I've gone several times over the years but it is now officially a zoo. Too many people, loving it to death. And Victoria glacier has beat a rapid retreat in the last few years, boo hoo.
Better to visit in sunny days. It was quite windy and the lake was wavy when we visited. We couldn’t catch the best time. We wanted to see again in the next day but the park was already full and we couldn’t find a spot.
7.5 Good 431 reviews
The restaurant at Num Ti Jah is just so PERFECT! We had the best dinner ever during our vacations, super-authentic and professional service, rarely found in Canada. If you have to stay somewhere in between Jasper and Lake Louise, please just don't go to the hotel at the glacier: we compared both and for about the same price, you will have a totally different experience at Num Ti Jah: a real cachet and high-end environment, whereas you just pay for the location and fame for the other one.
8.9 Excellent 1,181 reviews
Amazing scenery, beautiful hotel, friendly and attentive staff who were very informative and helpful for two coeliac (gluten free) customers. A place that exudes class but is relaxed all the same. Thank you Fairmont Lake Louise, a most memorable holiday due to the spectacular views and overall fantastic experience. Pretty damn good ski resort nearby too!!
7.9 Good 1,449 reviews
It’s located right next to Samson mall and the pickup spot for the lake Louise shuttle. It is also a very short drive to Lake Louise. It pays to be early at the Lake (we were there at 8am) as the crowds from the tour buses build up very quickly. The property left us complementary wine when we stayed there during our drive around Canada for our honeymoon.
9.1 Awesome 55 reviews
Best part was the location which was wonderful, right on Moraine Lake, utterly beautiful, with amazing hikes and mountains surrounding you. The Lodge was a perfect base for the Lake and mountain setting. We had a lodge right on the lake, so best room of the hotel for position. Restaurant dinner was delicious. Staff were delightful.
8.6 Excellent 663 reviews
The rustic cabins and remote setting were just what we were hoping for. We had dinner in the cafe and the food was very good and the staff were excellent. We look forward to going back again!
8.3 Very Good 857 reviews
Location is just next to lake Louise. Although the dorm is small for 4 people, the beds are very comfortable. Kitchen is also well equipped. We had quiet and comfortable stays.
6.9 Review score 1,145 reviews
Great location, although no lake view, but no more than five minutes to Lake Louise. Interesting historical building.
9.0 Awesome 417 reviews
The staff was great and the cabins were perfect. Super close to Lake Louise. Very clean.
7.9 Good 3,155 reviews
It was one of the cheaper places in Lake Louise but definitely not cheap.
7.8 Good 85 reviews
My hiking buddy and I have made two trips to the Canadian Rockies in the last year. We’ve stayed at five or six of the Hosteling International hostels between Banff and Jasper. Mosquito Creek is our absolute favorite! We stayed for two nights in early April 2017. There was 3-4 feet of snow still which made it seem like a winter wonderland with beautiful icicles hanging from the eves. The manager was friendly and obviously loves what he does. I really appreciated the fact that he would check-in on us (two women traveling alone) periodically – but never intrusive. He also checked with us regarding our hiking plans and I felt good knowing that someone knew where we were hiking, (it is the wilderness after all!) The hostel is easy to find, right along the Icefields Parkway just little north of Lake Louise and they have plenty of parking. I’m always impressed with how clean Hosteling International hostels are and Mosquito Creek is no exception. The cabins were very clean, not to mention warm and cozy! Using propane to heat the cabins and solar power for lighting and power. The beds were comfortable and linens, blankets and pillows are provided. The kitchen was spacious with plenty of cookware and utensils – everything we needed. Mosquito creek also has a big social room with a wood stove in the center and plenty of wood and kindling to start your own fire. It was chilly in that room but the fire was warm and there are lots of windows to watch the beautiful snow covered scene outside. They also have some books and games to keep you occupied. One of the best things was the snowshoeing…my friend and I had wanted to try it but didn’t have any of our own. The manager had told us about the snowshoe and cross country ski trails right from the hostel. When we mentioned we didn’t have shoe shoes he said there were some in the shed we could use. So we went right to the shed and played with the snowshoes, finding pairs that fit us.