Overall: Adequate. If you aren't going to spend much time in your hotel, this fits the bill. Good location, room and bathroom were fine though a little dated. Jacuzzi after long day of hiking was nice. Don't get suckered into breakfast buffet; it was fine, but can get a lot more bang for your buck at either of the breakfast cafes in the Village.
Traveller from Virginia
Situated in the Village of Lake Louise, this inn is within 4 km (less than 3 mi) from Lake Louise, skiing, hiking, and Samson …More
I highly recommend Moraine Lake Lodge for its accommodations and proximity to the lake. My wife and I went here for our honeymoon and thoroughly enjoyed the lodge and its surroundings. Of the two lakes (Louise & Moraine), we were grateful we stayed at Moraine Lake Lodge as its lake and surrounding mountains and its hiking trails were more appealing and less touristy.
Traveller from New Jersey
Situated on a lake, this romantic lodge is 0 mi (0 km) from Moraine Lake and within 12 mi (20 km) of Lake Louise Mountain …More
The room we were in was in desperate need of an upgrade. The carpet was thereadbare and the bathroom sink tap was broken. The whole room was crying out for an update. Having an open fire in the room meant that the walls and cieling were smoke blackended. The room was comfortable and clean.
It was disappointing that the room was blocked off from a beautiful view accross the lake by trees.
There is no wifi in the room and the signal at the reception building itself is dial-up speed at best. There is no mobile phone connection.
THe worst aspect of the hotel, by far is the breakfast. The eggs were tasteless and so pale it was hard to distinguish between the yolk and the egg white! A bit of an exageration but you know where I am going. The sausage, sourced from their own farm, was inedible. The breakfast order was incomplete and we both had to chase up the outstanding items. The restaurant was far to warm on the day we used it for breakfast, open to full sun and the heating was on full.
The second day we went to Field for breakfast!
Traveller from Perth, Western Australia
Situated in a national park, this romantic hotel is 0.3 mi (0.5 km) from Emerald Lake and within 12 mi (20 km) of Yoho …More
Situated at the midpoint of Yoho National Park, the idyllic town of Field promises vivid Technicolor experiences. Visitors use this village as a base to explore the outdoors, including Emerald Glacier and Emerald Lake. The surrounding plateau blooms with wildflowers in the spring. During milder climes, many head for the Burgess Pass to see trilobite fossils. Yoho is an UNESCO World Heritage Site.