Ratings based on 420 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 out of 5
93% of guests recommend
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Nice cottages but need some updating outside.

Posted 12-Apr-2015
Beautiful setting! The cottages could use a facelift on the outside.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by A verified travellerfrom Saskatchewan

Peaceful and Remote

Posted 09-Apr-2015
Pros: Very quiet and remote. Weather was beautiful.
Cons: The buildings are quite dated and showing their age. Roof damage.
Location: Just hiking. Beautiful scenery. Could ski or snowshoe but it was Spring.
Nice and quite. Beautiful scenery in April. Facility is aging. The rooms would be noisy if anyone else were there. Also, the place was empty but they put us by the road with the service truck going by. Ok stay likely would not return.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by A verified traveller

Quality rustic lodge with cabins

Posted 06-Apr-2015
Pros: Very peaceful, rustic lodge and rooms.
Cons: Rooms could be a bit larger but they are good considering the restrictions of being within a National Park.
Location: Located at the end of a paved road close to Field, BC. Close enough to ski at Lake Louise or cross country ski/hike on trails in immediate area.
A very quiet, well appointed lodge with 4 unit cabins (some 2 unit and single units available). Excellent dining facilities. Most units have lake views through the trees and have private balconies. Rooms have fireplaces with stocked wood and fires set for lighting each night. A very peaceful place to stay with excellent mountain surroundings and hiking trails. In winter cross country ski trails are available as well as snow shoeing trails. Shuttle service to the lodge from the parking lot which has plug ins for the winter. Quad shuttles to your room from the main building. Meals were excellent with a TV room, pool table in the main building and a sauna, hot tub, and exercise room in a club house located along the trail. The buildings are all rustic but fit in with the natural surroundings of Emerald Lake and Yoho National Park. A bit pricey but good value for the money.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Other
by A verified traveller

Provided all the amenities and everything else.

Posted 10-Mar-2015
We love to stay in the mountains and ski. Our time at Emerald Lake Lodge comes up to our expectations of what a ski holiday should be with good food, service, ample time to write, and skiing just outside the door of 101. Downhill skiing at Lake Louise is minutes away by car. Always enjoy our stay at this Lodge. We expect to return next year.
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified travellerfrom Calgary, AB

Awesome place for quiet vacation and weekends.

Posted 09-Mar-2015
Pros: Awesome place
Cons: All the best
Location: Lots of hiking trails
It is miracle! No noise, human-related sounds, nothing. Just nature as it is. You will be lucky as soon as you will be able to hear the most impressive sound of the universe - the sound of the silence. If you would like to find the place where nobody find you - that's it. No wi-fi, no cell phone signals. Just silence, nature and your spouse who will share with you your amazing impressions. So cute place, so friendly staff, so pretty appliances. I'll do my best to back here again.
2 out of 5
by A verified travellerfrom Calgary

Historic Hotel with poor upkeep

Posted 09-Mar-2015
Cons: Staff need to wear cleaned and pressed shirts, and avoid looking at customers with glazed eyes.
Location: The location is incredible, amazing staff at the rental store, would be an amazing location in summer or winter.
The setting is beautiful but the rooms were more like a hostels then a hotel. Broken, stained and damage furniture. Out of date and mismatched furnishings in the lobby that did not compliment the historic building. Much more like summer camp than a high priced and acclaimed hotel. Staff was sufficient but did not put forth any more than minimal effort in any area. Really glad we only stayed one night, way too expensive for the hotel amenities and general out of date disrepair.
3 out of 5
by A verified travellerfrom Canada, ab

Beautiful place ruined by unresloved cabin issue

Posted 03-Mar-2015
We had to change our room King to a twin because there was a septic tank issue several times until it was unbearable, when I call to the front desk to finally inform them they laughed as being known about this for awhile. It makes a romantic getaway very quickly unromantic and disappointing :(
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Excellent stay

Posted 03-Mar-2015
Cons: tv and internet in the rooms
very nice hotel the staff was great beautiful area
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

A little unknown,

Posted 02-Mar-2015
We celebrated our 18 year wedding anniversary in a place I had seen 5 years ago and boy was it special. From the beautiful views to the highest quality of customer care, friendly people, unreal food I could go on and on. Simply a pleasure to have visited Emerald Lake Lodge. Thank you
5 out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by A verified travellerfrom Alberta

Great mountain setting

Posted 28-Feb-2015
Pros: The food and the staff were great
Cons: The bright light at the hot tub made it hard to see the stars.
Location: At the lodge there is snow shoeing, hiking and alpine skiing, for more Lake Louise, Banff and Golden are all within a 30 -60 minute drive.
Nice to be away from the city, and not have to deal with the hustle and bustle of tourist traps like Banff. A very comfortable setting in the wilderness of the mountains. We were surprised how few people we actually saw even though staff told us there were more than 100 guests. If you are into night clubs, this is the wrong place. It is a quiet setting in the forests of the mountains, with great rooms, an outdoor hot tub, excellent food and a pleasant, entertaining and attentive staff.