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Built in 1927, the Prince of Wales Hotel is located on the bluff overlooking picturesque Waterton Lakes and the township of Waterton, Alberta Canada. This stately hotel, named after Prince Edward, offers 86 guest rooms and a traditional British atmosphere complete with Afternoon Tea, the Royal Stewart Dining Room, Windsor Lounge, and the distinctive gift shop, Princess Gifts. The Prince of Wales Hotel is a smoke free, 7-story facility with designated outdoor smoking areas. Check-in time is after 3:00 p.m. and checkout time is 11:00 a.m. All rooms are accessed via stairs and are sold based on view or room size. An antique elevator is available for floors 2 through 4 and requires assistance to operate. There are no ADA-accessible rooms available at Prince of Wales Hotel. The self parking lot is located a short walk from the hotel.
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Off Hwy. 5, Glacier Park Inc., Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta T0K 2M0 Canada
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The location of this hotel is absolutely a must see. Waterton Park is so beautiful! Unfortunately my room was dirty, worn, and unsafe.
My very small room without air conditioning had linoleum the was popping up in the bathroom, cobwebs, dust, and a unsealed electrical...More
Unfortunately we did not have the great view as seen on the pictures due to a wildlife fire in the area, but still we got a glimpse of it. Magnificent. The spacious room had view on the lake. We loved the atmosphere from the old...More
Of the five lodges we visited in Glacier/Waterton during a weeklong visit, this was my family's favorite.
We booked a room as soon as reservations opened and were able to reserve the hotel's only lakefront 2-bedroom unit.
It was slightly cheaper than the standard rooms,...More
We visited the last weekend the hotel was open for the season. Every member of the staff was open and friendly, engaging in conversation with guests. Besides appreciating the grandeur of this historic hotel, we thoroughly enjoyed the dining experience, the history talks each evening,...More
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It is open only for a short season, so you do need to plan accordingly if you want to stay. But it is THE iconic image for Waterton National Park year-round. This was our first visit to this park since the devastating fires, and we...More