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Stayed here for one night while on a skiing trip, we were originally placed in the Swiss village rooms but when I went to view the room I was disappointed as the beds were too small they really were very small doubles no good for...More
Hotel is older and if you are staying right above the parking the floors are very cold. Your really don't want to be drinking a lot and trying to find your room, it can be very confusing. Was here for a Company Christmas party and...More
My partner and I have stayed at Inns of Banff a few times now and are very impressed with the truly friendly staff. They are exceptionally helpful. The top floor rooms are excellent for 'couples getaways' as they are very quiet - No kids! The...More
Stayed here for one night and not in the ski season as it was where the Rocky Mountaineer dropped us off. We chose this place on price so expected a budget type hotel, and that's what we got. Whilst the room was spacious and clean...More
US$71 - US$287 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I did not visit the banquet rooms, and, based on my experience with the rest of the hotel, I wouldn't be in any rush to. The main areas of the hotel (lobby, gift shops) have air conditioning as part of their heating/cooling... More
I did not visit the banquet rooms, and, based on my experience with the rest of the hotel, I wouldn't be in any rush to. The main areas of the hotel (lobby, gift shops) have air conditioning as part of their heating/cooling plant, and I would guess (GUESS) the banquet rooms are similarly serviced. The management has stated "it's an older property," which is often (not always) businessspeak for "we're not putting any more money into this property than we absolutely have to." There are other properties in Banff, far older, that have state-of-the-art air conditioning. But based on my own experience, and other commenters here, I'd bet this older property is not in that league. I'd SUSPECT.