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We stayed for 3 nights over the thanksgiving weekend, and really enjoyed the scenery here. The shower had GREAT water pressure. The beds were ok, not the worst, but not the best either. The restaurant is very pricey, but we knew this in advance and...More
- Old furniture
- No breakfast included
- Far from any city (80km from Lake Louise, 150km from Jasper)
- Not cheap for the quality
- No elevator
- Internet is not free of charge and during snow storms it doesn't work consistently....
I was almost fearful to get here after what I'd read. But it was far from the nightmare I was dreading. The rooms were small but clean. Old, sure but it gave us what we needed for two nights. Don't expect anything too fancy and...More
We stopped from our long trip and just wanted to have a drink and check internet to see if we could find a place to lay our heads for the night. Asked for the WIFI password and were told that we had to go to...More
This is the only hotel in the area and it is quite remote. They have a monopoly on food and accomodation and charge accordingly. Wifi is $10 per day plus taxes and is extremely slow and unreliable. The rooms are tiny. I was in a...More
US$111 - US$216 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#9 Top resorts Hotel in Banff National Park
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The Crossing Resort Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada
usually by May 1st. you can call a National Park visitor center to find out details. I live up their and they try to shoot for May long weekend. BUT...always carry a jerry can. Once you leave Lake Louise, there is no... More
usually by May 1st. you can call a National Park visitor center to find out details. I live up their and they try to shoot for May long weekend. BUT...always carry a jerry can. Once you leave Lake Louise, there is no gas until Jasper. over 300 km. Stop in at Lake Louise visitor center and see if they have an update and they can also call us at the Parks Canada gate nearby the Crossing resort. good luck.
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