I have always wanted to experience this beautiful property and the time was now right. My wife and I visited for one night and I only wish it could have been longer. The hotel stands up as a castle in the middle of a mountainous forest. Breathtaking.
The staff are all positive professionals, who told me that gratuities are not accepted by the majority of the staff as the hotel pays them a decent wage. First time I have heard that in Canada.
Our room was modern but ancient, in that it had all of the amenities but the rustic castle interior  blended in with the rest of the venue.
It is located within a National Park and is considered a tourist resort so expect it to be a tad pricey, but the experience is worthwhile. A 15 minute mountain walk to the townsite or a 10 minute walk to beautiful Bow falls.
Several on site restaurant to choose from and I would expect them all to be great, we flipped a coin between the Italian and Canadian Grill. The Canadian Grill won out and we were not disappointed. The view down the valley was stupendous and our server Jeff delightful. The meal was a treat and the wine fantastic. I tried the house cocktail "V G T" [ spelling?] - it was a nice start to the evening, followed by the Bison skewers to share.