Banff Park Lodge

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

222 Lynx Street, Banff, Alberta, T1L 1K5, Canada
Banff Park Lodge Resort and Conference Centre
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  • Solo66
  • Business65

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Where to stay

by skarics

Hi Im trying to find a nice hotel to stay in Banff that is close to the shops/restaurants. Im looking at the Delta Royal Canadian Lodge or the Foxwood Inn & Suites (the pool looks awesome). Can anyone tell me if those are within easy walking distance of shops? I was also considering the Fairmont Banff Springs but I think that would be a real hike back & forth wouldt it? We will be there late September. I like to start planning trips early :) Thanks!

Re: Where to stay

by GrumpyDiver

Banff is not really all that big a place. Even the Banff Springs is only about 1-1/2 km from the centre of town.

Re: Where to stay

by MikeM2

another idea to add to your planning

I found Banff 'full of tourists' not surprising for such a beautiful place

So I stayed in Canmore - about 15miles away - hotel rates were lower and we were still in this very scenic area

Re: Where to stay

by balhannah

The Fairmont springs Hotel is in a nice area, but not what I call close to the shops. Banff isn't a big area though, so depends on how close, you call close!

Re: Where to stay

by cdeegs

The Fox Inn and Suites in a nice hotel with a neat pool however it is still a 15-20min walk to "downtown" Banff from here.
I would suggest looking into the Mount Royal Hotel, Brewster Mountain Lodge or Banff Park Lodge. These are all nice hotels that are located right near all of the main shops and restaurants. There is also the Banff Aspen Lodge which is about a 5-10 min walk from downtown Banff

Re: Where to stay

by Odinnthor

I have to say that the Fairmont is worth the experience of staying there. Not many hotels are worth staying at, just for the pleasure of being there, but as such, the hotel is hard to beat. Certainly worth the short distance to the shops and such.

Re: Where to stay

by smookedtrout

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Re: Where to stay

by skarics

Thanks so much everyone...lots of places to choose from!!! You have have all been very helpful....can't wait to go!!! Thanks again :)

Travel Tips for Banff

rocky mountains

by babina

its feel like youre in a fairytale town its beautiful with the mountains and rivers....fantastic! riding horses in the mountains with some real cowboys...never going to forget it you just have to do it when youre in banff.

One look and you will understand...

by VTShounen

Banff and Jasper to me represent fun. I go fairly often, and no matter what the season or the reason, when I get there I end up thoroughly enjoying myself.

I have gone to Banff more frequently in recent years than Jasper, and it has now overtaken that as my sanctuary of choice. =)

Vancouver - Rockies

by Sharrie

This is the beginning of my 12-day tour from Vancouver to the Canadian Rockies. Vancouver & Victoria have been fun. You'll see the coverage on these 2 cities in their individual pages.

The Canadian Rockies is a gem! One not to be missed if you are in Canada.

Take the snowmobile tour to...

by Sharrie

Take the snowmobile tour to the most amazing icefield!

COLUMBIA ICEFIELD: The most extensive Rocky Mountain icefield at the southern end of Jasper Park, covers about 325 sq km (125 sq miles) & is up to 385 m (1260 ft) DEEP in some spots!

Whyte Museum Of The Canadian Rockies

by Mikebb

For those visitors to Banff who wish to know how it was in the early days just walk down town to 111 Bear Street where you will see a display of mountain history, art and culture. There is also a very good display of local Indian history and culture, plus posters advertising the "Indian Days", shows put on by the indians during the early 20th century.

Well worth the $6 entry fee, students/seniors $3.50. Open daily 10am - 5pm


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 Banff Park Lodge

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Address: 222 Lynx Street, Banff, Alberta, T1L 1K5, Canada