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We stopped for breakfast which was excellent, the chef has talent, but the waitress was not on the ball. I was brought green tea instead of earl grey and had to ask for my toast. We watched her get orders wrong for other people, even...More
We were touring the Banff area and the Icefields Parkway and stayed here for one night. The Lodge is not luxurious, but does have the benefit of a breath-taking location. As the Fairmont Chateau is to Lake Louise, so the Num-Ti-Jah is to Bow Lake,...More
After a long day of driving to Lake Louise from Calgary, with stops to take in the sights, we were excited to make our way to our first night in Lake Louise... What, wait... where was our hotel????... omg! We could not find it at...More
An early start on the icefield parkway and needed an early breakfast and this was perfect and despite all cooked to order we were done by 8 am. I had egs benedict with salmon, my wife pancakes which were substantial! My eggs were runny as...More
This lodge is a little "strange" but interesting. Very old & in the middle of nowhere. Be ready to carry your bags up lots of stairs. No air-conditioning. Went to bed hot with window open & woke up to snow! The restaurant is ok; they...More
US$245 - US$387 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We have upgraded our wifi system and it is now complementary for lodge guests. We are very remote so our internet is weather dependent but much more stable compared to last year. There are no phones in our rooms but there... More
We have upgraded our wifi system and it is now complementary for lodge guests. We are very remote so our internet is weather dependent but much more stable compared to last year. There are no phones in our rooms but there is a pay phone on site as well as our business line, in case of emergency.
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"Ask for a room with a view on the mountains. 2 or 3 floor are good for that but need to hike up."