Very pleasant resort a short drive from the centre of Banff on Tunnel Mountain. The bus stop (complimentary passes from reception) is 300 metres from the resort and there are buses every 40 minutes. We had no problems parking in the centre though (late September). There are hikes from the door with fantastic views. There is a small grocery store and a liquor store opposite the bus stop.
The condo was more than adequate for our needs - lots of space. We had a 2 bedroom with loft and it was fully equipped for self-catering. Very clean, beds were comfortable. There wasn't a great amount of storage for clothes and there was limited comfortable seating which might be a problem for a larger group than ours (3). Our son enjoyed the hot tub which has great views. We can't wait to go back!
Traveller from London, UK
This resort, situated high on Tunnel Mountain, features views of downtown Banff and the surrounding Rocky Mountains.More
We loved our stay at the Tunnel Mountain Resort. Upon arrival the staff was very friendly and we received a free upgrade to a stand alone condo unit. The in room wood burning fireplace was awesome and the staff supplied us with wood and kindling which we made use of on a cool fall night. The space was cozy and well kept for a slightly older building. We made good use of the in room kitchenette that was complete with stove AND oven.
Traveller from Buffalo, NY
Situated in a national park, this lodge is 1.1 mi (1.7 km) from Canadian Ski Museum West and 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from Cave and …More
Although the hotel was nice, clean and staff very friendly I was not impressed with the room. When I booked it was said to have a room with balcony and view. Much to my dismay there was no balcony and the window faced a dirty noisy back alley...WAS NOT IMPRESSED
Traveller from Edmonton Alberta
The lodge is in the center of Banff, surrounded by the magnificent Rocky Mountains. Guests can walk to the town's shops and …More
Banff is a town within Banff National Park in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Ski buffs can hit the slopes at Sunshine Village and Ski Norquay. The Banff Gondola whisks visitors to the top of Sulphur Mountain. The Upper Hot Springs, at the base of Sulphur Mountain, is a popular spot to relax sore muscles. Quaint Banff Avenue is lined with shops and restaurants.