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Chancellor Peak Chalets

2924 Kicking Horse Road, Golden, British Columbia Canada
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#21 of 44 Speciality lodging in Golden
Bordering Yoho National Park on the banks of the Kicking Horse River just off the Trans Canada Highway, Chancellor Peak Chalets gives a deluxe lodging experience.
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Free parking
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
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2924 Kicking Horse Road, Golden, British Columbia Canada
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Samantha L wrote a review Feb. 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
We booked two night for our valentines in chalet 16. Within two hours of arrival, the cockroaches starting scurrying on the kitchen counters. We contacted the hosts, who offered no resolution. We had no choice but to stay the night, hardly slept and left ASAP in the morning. It was not a clean cabin. Fighting for a refund. Buyer beware.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Dennis P wrote a review Feb. 2020
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We had the pleasure of staying in Chalet 16, located in the far corner of the block. The large windows provide ample, natural lighting with stunning views of the surrounding forest and mountainscape. The natural logs throughout the interior really immerse you in this rustic cabin; while having the modern conveniences you would expect in your own home. Wifi is fast, kitchen well stocked, the fireplace is inviting, the beds are comfortable, and in the cold of January winter, the general ambiance wraps around you like a warm blanket.
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Date of stay: January 2020
Room Tip: Unit 16 is right at the corner of the block and provides ample, open views of the mountains.
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MALLINPJ wrote a review Sep. 2019
Perth, Australia183 contributions95 helpful votes
We were extremely disappointed to find that, despite booking 8.5 months ahead, we had been allocated a chalet that was right next to the parking place, had absolutely no privacy with other chalet dwellers continually walking within 3 feet of the chalet, often pulling noisy carts and no doubt being super happy they didn’t have chalet # 11. To add to this there is another pathway behind the chalet with the same traffic. This meant that not a single window blind could be opened fully with possibly half of the kitchen window where the other half looked onto the wood wall of the next chalet. From the porch you looked onto the back of a shed or the parking lot. At night with all the comings and goings of other chalet guests to and from the parking place or rubbish bins etc, you were also restricted to moving about on the upper level without the light on as there were no curtains on the cathedral (normally great to have) windows. In addition this meant the orange lights of the parking place that shone all night, made the top level very bright and for those affected by light, difficult to sleep. The bed light didn’t work either. To add insult to injury, the kitchen was poorly equipped. One pot was totally burnt with a thick deposit on the bottom, the two fry pans had long seen the last of their anti stick qualities and were so crooked they didn’t sit properly on the stove (or maybe the stove plates were bent??). We ate off picnic plastic plates. The interior is as per the photos and is roomy which is nice and the bath was a good comfortable size. The hot water was sufficient to fill the bath. However on our last day there was no water - in any chalet!!! We messaged and knocked on Natasha’s door who lived on the property and heard nothing at all from her. Of course the lack of water was not her fault, but it would have been the minimum to expect her to advise us rather than to find out by asking other chalet guests if they had water. Her silence was deafening and why have an on the spot caretaker if they are never around?? Most alarming however was the visit of a bear on two nights (probably more often as they are habitual) It came on our veranda and knocked over a chair and the rubbish bin, but left the recycling bin standing. The next night the bear came again (at 4.15am) and ended up licking a BBQ dripping plate of a chalet behind us and emptying a trash can on another porch and exploring other chalets behind us. Obviously the trash cans and recycling bins on the porches are the attraction and the Chalet owners need to rethink their trash policy noted in their booklet (see photo). As a duty of care issue I’d add that they need to advise the many overseas visitors of the dangers from bears more prominently than they currently do. Our advice to any prospective guest would be ascertain where your chalet is before booking. No doubt the chalets further away from the road and closer to the river are lovely / but whatever - AVOID Chalet #11
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Robyn O wrote a review Jul. 2019
Coon Rapids89 contributions18 helpful votes
We had a lovely cabin with a bathroom up and downstairs. Well appointed kitchen and condiments in the fridge. Loved every minute there. The views were AMAZING! Quiet time is 10PM and we were early risers so we appreciated that the neighbors mostly respected that. Would definitely recommend these. WIFI was awesome! Gas fireplace with timer was neat. No AC but we managed to hit the weather a little cooler. Did I mention it was CUTE, CUTE, CUTE! There was also lawn furniture on the deck, lovely flowers around the cabin. A short walk to the cabin depending on parking spot. Little place for an outdoor fire. Just a short walk from a glacier fed river/stream where they were camping and fishing. This is a good distance from Golden though and it was tough to find using Google. There are several roads called Kicking Horse. Get good directions from the owner rather than google.
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Date of stay: July 2019
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Trip type: Travelled with family
senaUk wrote a review Oct. 2018
UK249 contributions125 helpful votes
We had #10 which was on the edge and had pretty good wifi, so reading the other comments re the latter I guess we got lucky :) It was really convenient to be able to access the chalet with a code rather than need to ahve arranged a check in time. The place was clean and well equipped, the only downsides were (for an arachnophobe) the large amount of cobwebs between the side of the shower cubicle and the wall in the downstairs bathroom (I don't go looking in corners, this was direct line of sight from the loo), and no coffee supplied: we'd stocked up on groceries and were pleased with the well equipped kitchen, but had assumed that coffee would be there, and once you're on site there are no options to buy anything close by. The heating was really good. The bath in the middle of the top room? odd..but we knew in advance it would be there! The location of the chalets is great with a beautiful river close by and views of the mountains. An easy drive to the sights of Yoho and Banff national parks.
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Date of stay: September 2018
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: I'm not sure you can influence this when booking, but we were very happy with #10
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Frequently Asked Questions about Chancellor Peak Chalets
Which popular attractions are close to Chancellor Peak Chalets?
Nearby attractions include Wapta Falls (7.3 km).
Which room amenities are available at Chancellor Peak Chalets?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and a fireplace.
Is parking available at Chancellor Peak Chalets?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are pets allowed at Chancellor Peak Chalets?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Chancellor Peak Chalets have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.