Banff Aspen Lodge

401 Banff Avenue, (formerly Traveller's Inn), Banff, Alberta, T1L 1A9, Canada
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The Aspen Lodge - Was OK I Guess

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 12, 2007

After staying at the Radisson (which was great) after it's bad reviews, I was looking forward to the Banff Aspen Lodge after all I'd read. I was originally going to stay somewhere a tiny bit cheaper, but after reading about the two, definately had to go with the Aspen Lodge. But again this shows not to believe everything you read. The service was good - but not quite as friendly as at the Radisson - didn't come across with the same 'we'll do anything to help you' attitude. The rooms were clean and had everything needed - bed, table, bathroom, tv etc and had some facilities such as the hot-tub and the open fire.

The best part about the Banff Aspen Lodge was definately the complimentary breakfast given to each guest each day. Although it wasn't much (continental breakfast), it was free and the muesli (sorry, granola) was really quite good.

There were definately some cons though. After a late night before arriving, I decided to have an early night for skiing the next day. The reception however woke me around 9.30 to tell me something very unimportant. Also the tv reception is terrible, and only about 4 channels worked. And although I know that skiing holidays are no time to stay in the hotel watching tv, I was sick for the last couple of days and spent some early nights in bed. My last whinge is where my room was - a young single girl and they place me the furthest room from the reception, easiliy accessible from the road - horrible place to be when getting back at night. Oh yeah.....another shower/bath combination causing the bathroom to flood each time I showered......need I say more?!!!

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Address: 401 Banff Avenue, (formerly Traveller's Inn), Banff, Alberta, T1L 1A9, Canada

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Amenities at Banff Aspen Lodge

  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Free Parking
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Free High Speed Internet

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