Lake Louise Inn
Located in the heart of Banff National Park and surrounded by soaring pines and sweeping mountain views, this lodge-style hotel is a resort for all seasons.
- Complimentary snow shoe hire
- 5 minutes from Lake Louise Ski Resort
- Swimming pool and hot tubs
- Three onsite restaurants
- A host of summer and winter activities
About your hotel
Summer in the Canadian Rockies offers endless activities and incredible natural beauty. Experience majestic mountains, deep valleys and reflective lakes. Hiking, cycling, horse riding, canoeing, fishing and rock climbing… it’s an outdoor enthusiasts paradise!
But if clear blue skies and perfect powder snow are more your thing then this hotel is just 5 minutes from the Lake Louise Ski Resort – the hotel provides a free shuttle from right outside. Head out for skiing, snowshoeing (take advantage of the complimentary snowshoe hire from the hotel), snow tubing, cross-country skiing, and ski lessons.
The guestrooms are traditionally furnished with a neutral décor and offer a comfortable stay in spectacular surroundings. After a busy and perhaps exhausting day in the mountains, wind down and ease your aching muscles with a dip in one of the hot tubs or pool – don’t forget to take in the breathtaking mountain scenery from the floor to ceiling windows around the pool area.
For dinner, choose from cosy fine dining in the traditional restaurant, a pizza and pasta café or the après-ski bar with pub-style food.
Lake Louise, Banff, Alberta.
Rooms have cable TV, WiFi, hair dryer and coffee maker.
Three restaurants, indoor pool, hot tub, gift shop and guest laundry facilities.
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Early Bird Offer – Save 10%
Offer – Valid on new bookings for stays between 1st May – 31st May 2019 and 15th Sept – 31st Oct 2019. Subject to availability, seasonal variations may apply.
All prices are per person, based on 2 sharing a twin or double room. Seasonal variations may apply, please call Freedom Destinations for more information and availability. National Parks hotel rooms are subject to a mandatory admission fee payable directly by the traveller to the National Park Service.