Hotels for Budget Travelers in Banff
- 11 review
Storm Mountain Lodge is located in Banff National Park in the Vermillion Pass on the Banff-Windermere Highway (#93 south). It is just 25 minutes outside of Banff and Lake Louise townsites. It's a reasonable drive and a nice quiet nature alternative to actually staying in a sometimes busy and touristy Banff. It's also on the way to Kootenay National Park ...Popular with
- 2Hotel Class:23 reviews
2012 UPDATE I stopped by again a few weeks ago on a Warm and Sunny Sunday Afternoon. Unfortunately, ours was a day trip from Calgary and there was precious little time to do anything but scratch the surface of this wondrous part of the Canadian Rockies. My Canadian friend was driving, but I was the one that really knew my ...Popular with
- 3Hotel Class:3 reviews
The Rimrock hotel doesn't get the same recognition that the Banff Springs does, but the views are actually better from this hotel! The restaurants are excellent, though they are a bit pricey. Overall this is an excellent value hotel.Popular with
- 4Hotel Class:3 reviews
Continental breakfast available in the morning and a cabin feel are definitely pluses. The downside to this place is the parking garage - it is down right crowded! The WiFi is also spotty - but that's not too relevant if you are on vacation in the middle of nature.
- 5Hotel Class:2 reviews
Actually staying on the mountain is a rare pleasure in Banff. Here you can wake up only a few feet from the chairlift and experience a true European feel to your ski holiday.Popular with
- 62 reviews
Castle Mountain is located approximately half-way between Banff and Lake Louise. While looking nearly impenetrable from the Trans-Canada Highway, the peak can be ascended from the backside on the northeastern slopes. The mountain was named in 1858 by James Hector for its castle-like or fortress appearance. Following the post-war visit of U.S. president Dwight D. Eisenhower, the name was changed ...
- 91 review
- 10Hotel Class:1 review
This hotel is perfectly located in Banff, very walkable distance to everything and it offers inexpensive on-site parking along with great,fluffy beds (and a pillow menu if you want to be particular with one or all of your six pillows). The staff were very welcoming, the room had great views from a good sized balcony. Right across the street from ...
- 11Hotel Class:1 review
The Buffalo Mountain Lodge is located an easy drive or walk away from downtown Banff along Tunnel Mountain Drive. The Company that owns this property, also operates the Deer Lodge in Lake Louise and the Emerald Lake Lodge near Yoho National Park (BC). This is a handsome property with a Main Lodge that includes an excellent restaurant and very nice ...Popular with
- 12Hotel Class:1 review
I took it for the Loft with the 2 person jacuzzi tab. It was great. loved the room and loved Banff (other then the mosquitoes). it was a bit expensive but at the time i was there (summer 2012) all places in Banff ware expensive.highly recommended.
- 13Hotel Class:1 review
Inns of Banff is located on Banff Avenue but about a 15 to 20 minute walk from the busy downtown area of Banff Avenue at the farther end of the town. Style wise, the hotel is pretty average but it is worth staying at because of the spectacular views of the mountains and the quiet. It offers a number of ...
- 14Hotel Class:1 review
Nothing spectacular and they did not deliver the room we had pre-paid for until the second night (balcony, superior room was exchanged for budget, no balcony, no a/c, not even a window that opened on the first night). Not another room in the hotel or in the town so we were forced to stay anyway. No apologies from the staff. ...