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Pros: Great location with easy walking to restaurants and grocery store. Was able to take a trail from the hotel to hike to lake louise. Was able to borrow a bear spray from the front desk which was a nice surprise.
Cons: morning coffee is outside the room and doesn't start till 6. not a big issue except for days when leaving very early.
Pros: The hotel is cozy and common areas are warm and comfortable. We love tea hour and watch snow from chimney. Restaurant is great for dinner and also we liked to be near of village and go there by walking very easily. For our last night, we appreciated that Mr. Schwartz came at dinner to ask for our experience in the hotel and that’s an extra plus.
Cons: It has more rooms than expected, a little big hotel for us but still private. For us, the least favorite part was restaurant. It is a beautiful space with delicious meals but our experience with waiters service was not good. They were openly try to sell us the most expensive meals and specially one waiter, didn’t care about experience but on his tip, and it was uncomfortable.
Pros: We rarely write reviews but have found something special in The Post. Andre is a local legend, an architect of the Canadian modern skiing syle, who brings warmth and grace to a superb Swiss-style small hotel offering everything: in-room fireplaces, pool/hottub/steam/full on-site spa, afternoon tea with pastry chef offerings, and one of the finest restaurants (a wine list that puts Chat. Lac Louise to shame) and casual pub on-site plus impeccable, friendly service from the moment of arrival at the front entrance. I slightly injured a knee skiing, and received a personal call from Andre inquiring if he could be of any assistance. Wow. This hotel is for those looking for a "small hotel" remote from the hustle of Banff (Lake Louise is intentionally a tiny community without a bar scene, etc.) operating at the highest levels of service. It is quite expensive, but actually delivers on the price tag, a rare sentiment for me. Lake Louise is an awesome HQ to explore the Canadian Rockies which are stunning. This was a ski trip, and we can't wait to get back for a hiking trip in the summer months. We travel fairly often, rarely to repeat locations, but have every intention of becoming regular guests at The Post assuming the continuing good fortune to do so.
Cons: Having to leave.
Pros: Already planning the next visit. Truly an amazing experience with impeccable service.
Pros: the restaurant is top notch one of the best in the world.
Cons: They forgot to bring robes to the room. Over priced for the room. They used to put chocolates under your pillow. The pool had too many kid jumping into the pool, the hot tub should be outside away from all that.
Pros: Hotel was beautifully decorated and had luxurious amenities. Staff was exceptional and location was close to lake Louise , moraine lake and the village
Cons: I highly recommend a room with a river view because if your room faces the parking lot you will encounter the very loud noise of a freight train passing through frequently sleepless in lake Louise!!
Pros: Quaint , historic , classy , excellent staff !
Surrounded by soaring mountain peaks, the majestic Victoria Glacier & a glistening emerald lake, the iconic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise hotel is located in Alberta's Banff National Park. Originally built as a base for outdoor enthusiasts & alpinists over 100 years ago, Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise is a year-round luxury mountain resort offering guided mountain tours, world-class skiing in the winter, scenic hiking and canoe activities in the summer, a luxury spa & exceptional dining experiences.
Pros: What an amazing view
Pros: I loved the location of this hotel- really can't imagine a better location. The overall feel of the hotel was luxurious, with ample options for dining and great amenities. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful.
Cons: The sheer number of tour busses (and hoards of people that come out of them to take pictures) is overwhelming and detracts from the ambiance/experience of paying guests. I'd like to return to this hotel, but the crowds give me a bit of pause. Also, room size was a bit small.
Pros: The service was impeccable. Especially the manger was very accommodating.
Cons: The wine list was rather limited in the restaurant
Pros: Service was superb
Pros: The view
Cons: Everything was great
Pros: Everything about this hotel is great starting with its location on Lake Louise. Visited when the lake was still frozen but it was still a spectacular view. Would like to visit again when the lake has thawed as I am sure it will look just as nice! Ammenities and my room were very good and the hotel employees were very friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend this hotel !
Pros: Beautiful views, perfect location. Friendly staff, incredibly accommodating. Tiny room size and need a little modernization.
Cons: Small room size
Pros: The staff
Cons: Unable to stay longer because no rooms available
Pros: Their service is the gold standard for all hotels. Staff all seemed genuinely concerned about our wellbeing and genuinely interested in us on a personal level. Complimentary water bottles in the room for some reason made us quite happy
Cons: The fact that all our hotel stays will now be judged based on our Fairmont experience Good luck all other hotels!
Pros: Excellent food. Both breakfast and dinner.
Cons: The room had a sticky carpet. Looked as if someone spilled and it was never cleaned. Long black hairs on the wall in the bathroom. Gross-
Pros: Spacious room overlooking lake. Handsome hotel. Delicious dinner in dining room, knowledgeable server who helped us make the best choices. Gracious staff. Stunning beauty.
Cons: There was absolutely nothing to dislike.
Pros: The view of Lake Louise Luxury Swimming Pool/Hot tub/ Exercise Room Shops
Cons: High prices Poor food selections in the Deli
With a stay at Paradise Lodge & Bungalows in Lake Louise, you'll be 3.5 mi (5.6 km) from Lake Louise Gondola and 7.9 mi (12.7 km) from Moraine Lake. Featured amenities include a business center, laundry facilities, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Great environment and rooms were large and comfortable
Cons: As it doesn’t have a shuttle service the stay is much easier if you have a car
Pros: We love our stay. The room was clean, comfortable and had the perfect view. The staff was really helpful and guenuine. They made us feel right at home and gave great suggestions for dinner and hikes. The location is perfect, it's central to most things we wanted to get to. Our only regret was that we didn't stay here longer.
Pros: booked the place because of the proximity to both Lake Louis and Morraine. we were also able to make a meal with one-bedroom suite and cabin. we went out to the lake at 0730 and it was nice and peaceful before the crowds started coming in at 0800.
Pros: Very spacious, with a large bathtub in the bedroom and a bath and shower in the bathroom. View of mountains from the on suite lounge. 20 minute walk to Lake Louise means that you don't have to worry about parking at Lake Louise. Gardens very well kept.
Pros: no breakfast was offered. I loved the cabin we were in so clean and beautifully located
Cons: high price
Pros: The kitchen facilities at this property are all in excellent condition. The hotel even prepares the oatmeal and oatmeal sticks. Very thoughtful! The room is very clean, tidy and cosy. Thanks for the little bear on the bed, very sweet!
Cons: no. everything is perfect!
Pros: Location and design
Cons: In some cabins, you can not receive WiFi and In The area there is no signal. And there are trees blocking the view of most of the rooms.
Pros: Great views Great facilities
Pros: Location is definitely the best; two bedroom suites great for two families.
When you stay at Baker Creek Mountain Resort in Lake Louise, you'll be connected to the convention center and 10 minutes by car from Icefields Parkway. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, multilingual staff, and luggage storage. Planning an event in Lake Louise? This hotel has 660 square feet (61 square meters) of space consisting of a conference center and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The location
Pros: It’s absolutely amazing! I’m so glad we found this place. A Canadian dream. Beautiful view, surrounded by the Rocky Mountains. Super comfortable wooden cabins. It’s the perfect place to relax! I’m gladly coming back.
Pros: This was my second time here as we are big returners to properties we love since we live close. Loved the location as it’s very secluded, loved the lack of tv in the rooms made you become unplugged. Loved the style and furnishings of the cabins. Love the skating rink that’s decorated with lights and the river fire side area they have.
Cons: Didn’t like the gas fire place would have preferred a wood burning. The oven was fiflthy and greasy and looked like it hadn’t been cleaned in a year , same with the oven mits. There was crusted food stuck to them. For the price of these rooms per night, the rooms should all have some sort of cooking area or hot plate especially considering the location. We had to pay $160 to upgrade to one with a kitchenette that wasn’t clean enough for us to even use fully. There was mouse droppings in the bottom of the oven and a mouse trap behind the couch. For almost $400/ night wasn’t what we were expecting.
Set amid the Canadian Rockies in Banff National Park, this hostel boasts an on-site cafe and 2 self-catering guest kitchens. It includes private storage for guests and acts as a ski pass vendor. Guests at HI Lake Louise Alpine Centre can relax in the common room with a fireplace and TV. A small library is available for guests to choose from, and a sauna is also available. Accommodation at HI Lake Louise Alpine Centre offers shared bathrooms. The simply styled rooms also include free Wi-Fi access. This property is within 8 minutes’ drive of Lake Louise and skiing at Lake Louise Mountain Resort. Samson Mall is a 5 minutes’ walk away.
Pros: Super helpful staff. Comfortable beds and the cleanest hostel bathrooms I’ve ever seen! Bit pricier than other hostels but consideration the location it really is a great value.
Pros: Really nice Hostel! Very charming, the lounge area is very comfortable and the Sauna was nice. Bathrooms and showers were always clean and the location is great for doing trips in the area. The staff was also very nice and helpful. There are also tables to sit outside, unfortunately in June it was still too cold.
Cons: The kitchen and dining area feels a bit sad, it is in the basement and has just one window, but it is sufficient. The Sauna just reached about 50-60°C, which was a bit too cold to work properly, but still nice to warm up.
Pros: Gracious and helpful staff, wonderful facilities, and outstanding common room with fire place
Cons: A bit cool during the evening in the room, but an extra blanket helped a lot.
Pros: Common room, laundry, kitchen, tv room, lockers for luggage (including skis) available and lock spaces in rooms. Perfect for solo travellers looking for cheap accommodation that doesn’t make you feel uncomfortable. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Extremely accessible - short walk away from the main town, bus to Lake Louise Resort available just across the road.
A resort for all seasons, the Lake Louise Inn features a wide variety of hotel rooms, suites and condos set in a spectacular wooded setting with stunning views of the Canadian Rockies. Come and enjoy a great location near Lake Louise Village and experience the best of Banff National Park
Pros: The coziness and ambience
Cons: Not real clear markings for finding room
Pros: staff and location
Pros: One member of the staff was awesome. He had great suggestions for sites to see and places to go. Other staff was professional but not welcoming.
Cons: the rooms were tiny and not clean. The bathroom was especially dirty - I'm quite certain the bathroom hadn't been scrubbed in months. There wasn't room to even put our bags away. The location was a disappointment as well.
Pros: Staff very friendly and accommodating. Food excellent in the Pasta & Pizza restaurant. Bed very comfortable.
Cons: Room temperature control was dicey. Too warm to start and took hours to modify.
Cons: Room was old and needed refurbishment. Cracked bathroom floor tiles. Very strange malfunctioning valve in shower. No closet space.
Pros: The ski hill
Cons: No fan in bathroom.
Pros: bottom floor room close to national parks accomidating staff microwave, refrigerator, TV plent of plug ins comfortable beds
Pros: The location was great to go and see lake louise.
Cons: The covered gazebo was closed during our stay which was disappointing as i would have liked to experience that. I'm not sure why it was only open one day a week.
Pros: Our stay was so perfect, especially for the price we paid (under$200 a night). Upon checking in, we were upgraded to the largest loft suite on the property to celebrate our honeymoon. It was a. BEAUTIFUL room with way more space then we would ever need. We ended up using the kitchen a lot due to a lack of restaurant options in the area which was super nice and a great money saver. Having 2 full bathrooms also proved to be helpful after a full day of skiing. The newly renovated room had top of the line finishes, especially for the area.
Cons: Not many food options. Wish there was a hot tub outside so you could enjoy the view more!
Pros: Stayed in the Junior Suite and it was great. Location and shuttle to ski resort were awesome. The Explorer Bar was great for the Superbowl, great food.
Pros: There was a Really impatient staff who is a white man at the reception, it was just early morning, not busy , no one was there, only wiling to help “white” later when I saw people asked his help. I only requested to print my boarding and helped me to book a taxi, and move my luggage, but he didn’t help me, he asked me to call the taxi by myself and I missed the golden time that I could reach my client to get a very important document, and he also forgot my luggage, I was almost late! I never wrote any review like this negative but to this hotel, its not a hotel, it’s like a camp! it’s really terrible in snowy day if you don’t have a car, you need to walk to your building in the cold snowy day, there is no elevator, you need to ask the staff to move your luggage , and the ground was so slippery I fell down at night when I walked to the heated pool, because it was dark. If you think you are in a location with a lot of tourists so you don’t have to care, I think you are wrong! Everyone will compare. You don’t want to help Asian then don’t let them book then. I can’t accept until now people in this kind of advanced country still being so rude to Asian.
Cons: Bad attitude. Not helping with simple request. If I know I had to walk in snowy day to my building I would never book it. Also after this experience, I will never book it and don’t recommend to anyone. If you like it you can come but for me, I really felt so uncomfortable and not being treated with a basic reject. I traveled a lot and even studied in Canada before but this kind of people still exist, who think they are superior to other people because they are white. Racial discrimination is ridiculous!
Pros: Great location and arrangement. Nice restuaruants
Cons: Room is very small and crammed with furniture
When you stay at Mountaineer Lodge in Lake Louise, you'll be in a national park, a 1-minute drive from Icefields Parkway and 6 minutes from Lake Louise Mountain Resort. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a computer station, and a 24-hour front desk. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Great location, friendly staff, clean
Cons: Bed matress was slightly lumpy/worn
Pros: Easy checking in and out. Practical breakfast Good parking space. Hot tub
Cons: Hot tub was Ok but small. Fits a group of friends or a single family. Very quiet hotel with no new year celebrations
Pros: The breakfast was good. Very close to the ski hill.
Cons: The hot tub was in a different area of the hotel we had to walk outside to.
Pros: Really enjoyed having the breakfast included. We even had fresh mangos one morning! Excellent location in Lake Louise with the shuttle included to go to the ski resort.
Pros: The location can't be beat - there aren't many lodging options in Lake Louise but this one is right across the street from the main village/visitor's center. The hot tub was big and jets were powerful (kind of heavy on the chlorine though) and not frequently used. Parking was extremely easy. Breakfast was ok - very carb heavy and fruits were canned. No eggs or breakfast meats. Room was large and relatively clean (not SUPER clean, not egregiously dirty, just a little dusty feeling). Temperature maintained pretty well during the night. Pretty good value for the price
Cons: Front desk was meh - not particularly warm or friendly
Pros: Location is ideal for getting to local restaurants, the lake of course and the ski hill (less than 10mins away!). Rooms are clean and the beds so comfortable. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Steam room & hot tub were a great bonus too and very accessible from our room. Breakfast was good too, everything kept topped up for guests coming later in the morning. All in all a wonderful place to stay while exploring the Lake Louise area.
Cons: Having to go outside (across the parking area) to reach the breakfast room from where our room was in the main building. It wasn’t that big a deal really, just meant we had to get our coats and boots on to go for breakfast rather than just walk down the corridor or down the stairs. Breakfast was worth it though!
Pros: Facilities were clean. Unit was large. Great location.
Cons: Lighting in the room was terrible.
Pros: The location was great, short drive to ski resort. Rooms were recently renovated with modern decor. Very clean and efficient. Family friendly and skier friendly.
Cons: no elevator and staircase was on the side of building. Had to walk a lot with ski boots and luggage. The rooms were modern and clean but the overall layout of the lodge gave the feeling of motel.
Pros: Location, describe stay as necessary for location and activity
Cons: Room to hot. Unable to lower temp. May be due to the location next to the steam room and hot tub.
Pros: The hotel is in very central location, close to all amenities and activities of Lake Louise. The lobby was spacious and the staff girls were friendly and efficient. The hot tub and steam room area looked a bit more dated, but was very welcome after skiing. Our room was in the more newly renovated building. It was very modern and bright. The beds and pillow were soft and very comfortable. There was a microwave, fridge and small sink station. The bathroom was spacious, the shower pressure was good and it had unique lighting. The wifi was good and the tv channel selection was adequate for everyone. The morning breakfast had good hours, 6:30-10. The food was great, yogurt, granola, fresh fruit, mini omelettes, mini pancakes, sausage, juice, coffee and assorted bread products. The breakfast room was spacious and the staff was accommodating. The hotel was quiet, clean, comfortable and great after a day of skiing.
Cons: The small quirk of our building, that you had to get across the parking lot to get to the hot tub, but not a big deal and the soak was great
Pros: New, clean, modern hotel. Excellent breakfast according to people preference.
Pros: Everything was perfect. Very polite and helpful staff and the room was awesome.
Cons: Would of enjoyed real eggs and sausages rather then processed.
With a stay at Simpson's Num-ti-jah Lodge in Bow Lake, you'll be steps from Icefields Parkway and a 5-minute drive from Peyto Lake. This lodge is 25.7 mi (41.4 km) from Lake Louise Mountain Resort and 25.8 mi (41.4 km) from Lake Louise Gondola. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 16 guestrooms. Business, Other Amenities Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Cons: Stayed there about 40 years ago and didn’t look like anything had been updated, except maybe the dining room. Some landscaping around the parking lot is also needed.
Pros: Great view, very friendly staff, nice place, very confortable
Pros: Excellent hotel in a picture perfect location. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful and we would definitely like to return in the future
Cons: That we couldn’t stay for longer
Pros: Such a beautiful, historic log building! The staff were fantastic! They let us check in early after doing the spectacular walk to the Bow Glacier Falls. Our room and the restaurant had amazing views of Bow Mountain and the lake. Everything was awesome! Be aware, because of the age of the building there is some muffled noise from other rooms, but a quiet policy after 10pm. Fantastic food (but on the expensive side).
Pros: Couldn't ask for a more beautiful location with breath takin vies of the Bow river and surrounding Rockies. The staffers, who lodge on site as well, were very friendly, energetic, and polite. Austin, our pre-dinner bartender, mixed up some teriffic drinks and provided tidbits of Lake Louise and Canadian lore.
Pros: The staff were very friendly and accommodating. Food (dinner and breakfast) was good. The location is very isolated and we got a room with a nice view of Bow Lake. The interior of the dining room was impressive with stuffed Canadian animals on its walls, which was very interesting. There is a pool table and also a nice souvenir shop.
Cons: Our room was quite cold with a weak heater. The bathroom was very small with a small shower space and toilet room. The price of the stay was a bit expensive. No kettle or hot drink facility inside the room.
Cons: The property is quite old. The small stand-up shower in our King Suite was disgusting. The price is high for what you get. The experience is great, if you don’t spend any time in your room. We were there the night before they closed for the season but still were charged full price for the room, which was a huge disappointment for the amount of money we paid.
Located in Lake Louise, Deer Lodge is in a national park, within a 15-minute drive of Lake Louise Mountain Resort and Lake Louise Gondola. Featured amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and a 24-hour front desk. Planning an event in Lake Louise? This hotel has facilities measuring 2637 square feet (245 square meters), including a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: The Staff were exceptional. The food was wonderful and the food service was excellent. There were plenty of rooms to hide away in and sit and read/play chess. We would definitely return.
Cons: Can't think of a thing.
Pros: We felt at home here. The staff was friendly and our room was clean. The location and views were outstanding! The food was amazing!
Cons: Just needed small touch ups but overall we loved it!
Pros: Great location. Good lounge area. Good dinner
Cons: Room was tiny and in poor condition. The public areas were much nicer
Pros: Location and the property itself
Cons: Door banging because we're beside the back door and the sound of water flushing often
Pros: Walking distance from Lake Louise. Charming historic hotel. Rooms need renovation
Pros: The rooms newer part of the hotel are a good size and have been updated fairly recently. The staff were very welcoming, friendly and helpful.
Cons: We arrived at the hotel and began the check in process, the nice receptionist informed us that we had be given a complimentary upgrade to one of the tower rooms with a fantastic view. On route to the room and once we arrived at the room there was a unpleasant smell which I can only describe as what smelt like an old people’s home. The view was indeed lovely however, the room itself was small, dated and smelt. We thought we would give it a chance and crack a window while we went out for dinner. When we returned there was no improvement and the smell was still lingering so we spoke to reception and the kindly moved us to the newer part of the hotel with a more recently updated room. Once in the new room we were more than happy with the size, condition and that it did not smell. Picture can be deceiving.
Pros: Kind staff and the food was amazing!
Pros: Can't much think of anything.
Cons: Indifferent staff, cramped beyond imagination room, overpriced.
Pros: The hotel has tons of charm, the staff was excellent and the short ride to the ski resort was awesome. Met people from all over , England, Netherlands, Brazil, other parts of Canada too. Very cool.
Cons: The hot tub seemed to only get to 39 degrees. Missed that extra degree or so of warmth. Still nice to sit in after a long day skiing.
Pros: The lodge is warm and comfortable. The location is very good. The lounge is warm and comfortable and the roof top spa is wonderful. I really loved the lodge and enjoyed my stay here.
Cons: The staff were inexperienced, long waits for food with no apologies, long wait to check in with no information given about the area, facilities or lodge. In the resturant the waitstaff had no comunication with each other. I was repetitively asked the same thing by a number of staff and there was only a few guest in the restaurant at that time. There is no fridge in the rooms or coffee making facilities. If you are here without a car it is hard to get food so you are forced to eat in the 1 restaurant. However these issues did not ruin the stay here.
Pros: Location. We could walk to Lake Louise where parking was limited. Other than that our room was drab, shabby, tiny with a window that didn't close letting in the cold night air.
Cons: Grossly overpriced. No TV, no fridge, no elevator. Dingy wallpaper that appeared to have been hung in the 1930s, a beat up chest of drawers, no chair, separate hot and cold faucets necessitating a scald warning. (Yes, there was hot water), thin walls.
Cons: Hotel is a bit old. There wasn't a lift to our 3rd floor room.