I attended a conference in Banff and took my family with me. We got a one bedroom suite at Douglas Fir for $259 a night (plus tax). This provided a bedroom for my husband and I and a murphy bed for my son who found it very comfortable. There was a full kitchen where we cooked all of our meals except one which kept our costs down. Everything was great except the coffee was really bad and we bought a non-stick pan because everything that we cooked in the stainless steel pan they provided burned to the bottom. They provide free bus passes and have waterslide, pools and hot tubs (which weren't that hot). I also would bring a dish towel as they provided paper towels. Baby Elk outside our window were great.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Banff’s Finest Family Accommodation, located on peaceful Tunnel Mountain. All units have full kitchen, air-conditioning, fireplace (most are wood-burning) and flat-screen TVs, DVD players and Plug n’Play panels (families can now bring their electronic gaming systems). Amenities include 2 BRAND NEW giant indoor waterslides, swimming pool, kiddie pool, games room, multilevel indoor playzone, saunas, whirlpools, steam room, fitness room, barbecue stations and FREE/UNLIMITED use of the Town of Banff shuttle bus. Free WiFi and internet kiosk, free local calls and free parking. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Douglas Fir Resort & Chalets Hotel Banff
- Douglas Fir Resort And Chalets
- Douglas Fir Hotel Chalets
- Douglas Fir Banff