We got a room, semi-last minute, at this motel in Banff for $60/night. Not a bad rate in Banff, although it is off-season. I wasn't expecting a lot, and we didn't get a lot. We really only needed a clean place to shower and sleep. The hotel room was plain, but appeared clean. The furniture is quite worn, and there are a lot of scratches etc on the dresser and counter tops, but it isn't dirty. Just in desperate need of an update. They did give us $7 breakfast vouchers, but the vouchers only get you the "cold" breakfast items, so you have to pay an additional $7 for access to the "hot" food which was bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs (very dry) and some hash brown potatoe cubes. It was food, which we needed, and it wasn't fancy, but that's ok. Honestly, if you need a place to sleep and a hot shower but don't care for the extras, this is a fine place for the price. The hot tub was empty and out of service, and the lounge is kind of sketchy. The computer was broken (I see from another review that it was broken back in August, so still not fixed), but they DO offer free WiFi, which is more than a lot of high-end hotels offer. All in all, we got what we paid for and I can't complain about that.
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