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This is such a grand hotel in the mountains. Built in 1888 and really worth the stay. I would love to explore the cracks and crevices. The story of the ghost bride that still haunts the place is a spooky tale. I never saw her though. I loved the spa and mineral pool. You really could spend the day ...
Fairmont Banff Springs£256Fairmont Banff Springs£256
Right on the downtown strip but the room was the size of a large closet
The king Edward hotel is in a great location right on the main drag in Banff. It’s great if you are wanting to go out for the night and easy to get back to the hotel. The room was clean and updated, it was great that the tv had Netflix and other apps on it. I would recommend to a friend!
King Edward Hotel£57King Edward Hotel£57
Castle Junction is a great location about half way between Banff and Lake Louise. The chalets are very comfortable and its nice and quiet. I have to mention the trains that pass by every couple of hours, but you get used to them after a while. I did enjoy my stay and I do plan to return.
Room has all the extras you would want. One of the most comfortable places I’ve stayed. So cozy and cute and good price for the value!
The Lady MacDonald Country Inn£66The Lady MacDonald Country Inn£66
You don’t get much more historic than Banff Springs Hotel. Leading the way since 1888, it enticed tourists from far and wide – including British royalty – to the hot springs found by railway workers a few years earlier, Upper Hot Springs. And to this day, you can still soak in the history and hot springs of Banff thanks to Banff Springs Hotel and other traditional buildings very much like it. With several beautiful turn-of-the-century hotels to choose from, you can enjoy either enduringly luxurious accommodation in Banff, Lake Louise or Mount Norquay, Canada’s oldest ski resort, or opt for more budget-friendly tradition in Banff town centre.
Banff National Park – Canada’s first national park – has a fascinating history. Since workers building the Trans-Canada Railway in 1883 discovered the hot springs, the area has attracted tourists. During your own holiday in Banff, make your way to the Cave and Basin National Historic Site overlooking Bow River to marvel at the waters both above and below ground and learn about the geology of the springs. In the centre of Banff, there are several museums to visit. Try the Buffalo Nations Luxton Museum to learn about the history of the First Nations People of the area. The Whyte museum explores everything to do with the Canadian Rockies and has a great collection of heritage artefacts and art. And you won’t want to miss a trip up the Banff Gondola. As well as views over the Canadian Rockies in all their glory, the interpretive centre has displays about the park’s ecosytem and wildlife as well as the history of the area’s first inhabitants – the First Nations people.
Banff National Park is famous for its outdoor sports. In winter you can ski and snowboard here and there are several great ski resorts to choose from. In summer there are wonderful hiking opportunities as well as kayaking and mountain biking, all within easy reach of a historic hotel.