The Grotto Spa uses a cruelty-free vegan product line, Whistler Naturals
The Evergreen restaurant, which serves all-Canadian dishes like Paddle River Elk Medallions
The convenient, heart-of-the-action location in the town of Banff
In-room massages are available
What To Know
Pets aren’t allowed
Breakfast isn’t included in the rate
Both valet and self-parking are affordably priced at $12 per day
Parking on site
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A ski lodge-style resort with pool and spa, surrounded by epic scenery and endless outdoors diversions
The North Face crowd descends on small-but-perfectly-situated Banff year-round to immerse themselves in some of Canada’s most breathtaking scenery, and this lodge provides the ideal base for exploring the UNESCO-listed region. Expect shingled roofs, natural stone walls, woodsy beamed ceilings, plus a spa and pool. Evergreen restaurant, which boasts linen tablecloths and a crackling wood-burning fireplace, offers global dishes created with local and sustainable ingredients.
In the Area
Get cozy at the Banff Upper Hot Springs, a beautiful historic Alpine lodge offering hot mineral springs–travelers have been coming here to “take the waters” since 1884. Then head to Lake Minnewanka, where you can board one of two cruisers (mid May – mid October) for a narrated tour of the breathtaking local scenery, wildlife, and history. Back in Banff, warm your heart at local artisan bakery Wild Flour, where you can carbo-load on treats like gourmet grilled cheese, pulled pork sandwiches, and Mexican chocolate cookies before setting off to take in some of the best views of the Rockies on the Banff Gondola.
How to Get There
Delta Hotels by Marriott Banff Royal Canadian Lodge