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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. We received an upgrade for one of their newly renovated suites, which was spacious, modern and well designed. Very comfortable and good to have a hot shower with freezing outside temperatures in the -20s. Breakfast buffet included a chocolate fountain...
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. Rooms were small but really clean and beds were so comfy. Great location. We will definitely stay again.
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... Great hotel. Friendly attentive staff. Perfect location. Great food. All round treat to stay here.
Located in Banff National Park, this resort features suites with views of the Rocky Mountain. Easy access is available to Bow Valley Parkway and Lake Louise is 20 minutes’ drive away. Location and service. Everything was well decorated. Excellent landscape.
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 setting is really comfortable，the location is marvelous near maraine lake, lake louise and village. We had the wonderful meal cooked by ourselves. The fireplace is very quiet.
Remotely located along the Icefields Parkway on Bow Lake, this lodge features the Elkhorn Dining Room. This lodge is located in the mountains and hiking and fishing are available in the summer. Excellent food, magnificent views from our room, friendly staff and brilliant location for hiking.
Located 20 minutes’ drive from Lake Louise in an isolated setting, this hostel offers shared kitchen facilities and a wood heated sauna. Cross-country and backcountry skiing are available on site. I was so happy to stay two nights at this wilderness hostel, the only one with a heated sauna in the Rockies. The dorms are secluded. There is a large lounge area and kitchen area and a big fire pit outside. You can take a dip in the cold creek and sit by it to read a book. There is a trail right across the bridge to Molar Pass, 21 to 23 km. You park by the road or in the parking lot. You can shower at the HI Lake Louise 27 km away if you need to.
Located in the Kicking Horse River Valley surrounded by the Canadian Rocky Mountains, these cabins offer stone fireplaces and antique furniture. The location was amazing. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The breakfasts were much more that what you would expect of an included breakfast. We ate two dinners in the restaurant that were as good as any fine dinning establishment.
If you're interested in just basic accommodations, not really concerned about high level of care and are used to roughing it then the hotel rooms are just fine. For me, the room fit my agenda, however, I did find it annoying that the room size was too small for two double beds...if the room just had one bed then that would be alright. After, a days hike, going over one's gear, sorting through the next days event, and not having space to properly lay one's equipment out is not a plus.
The actual Lake Louise was extremely busy and some days the parking lot was full and people were diverted, fortunately that did not happen to us. The sad part is the Chateau Lake Louise would not allow us to book our anniversary dinner at the Walliser Strube due some rule that seemed rather vague.
I live in Alberta but mainly head to jasper or the Columbia Icefields. Lake Louise and Moraine Lake are as awesome as is written. It is wonderful to live such a beautiful province and country. Our national parks do a wonderful job to maintain it!!
As parking was full during the day, and blocked off - we went again but early evening as less crowds and chance to keep social distance and see both the lakes in more relaxed atmosphere. The scenery, gorgeous. The chateau and yards were blocked off (for Covid) except to hotel guests and attempts made to direct crowds with signage on paths.
Loved the hike to the Plain of Six Glaciers, and the refreshing cuppa tea at the Tea House there. Lake Louise is as beautiful as ever. Would like to go back and take in some of the other hikes in the area.
Finding your hotel at night can be difficult unless your GPS is accurate. There isn't much signage, and with the amount of snow they get in the winter, the signs that are there might be covered by snow. You can skate on Lake Louise, but it's a very small area that is cleared and kept for skating; it was jam-packed with people on a Monday afternoon. I would recommend finding another lake close-by that you can skate on for similar views. Next time, I would stay outside of Lake Louise (unless I go there to ski), and just drive in for a couple of hours. Ate dinner in the HI Canada Hostel restaurant, it had good food and friendly staff.
We received an upgrade for one of their newly renovated suites, which was spacious, modern and well designed. Very comfortable and good to have a hot shower with freezing outside temperatures in the -20s. Breakfast buffet included a chocolate fountain...
The room setting is really comfortable，the location is marvelous near maraine lake, lake louise and village. We had the wonderful meal cooked by ourselves. The fireplace is very quiet.
Rooms were small but really clean and beds were so comfy. Great location. We will definitely stay again.
Excellent food, magnificent views from our room, friendly staff and brilliant location for hiking.
Location and service. Everything was well decorated. Excellent landscape.
The location and it is old an quaint