We stayed 3 nights at Canmore crossing this september while family from the uk were visiting.
Overall we got a great suite, 405 in building C, however there were a couple of issues.
When we first arrived we were staggered by the view, it is the best we've had in Canmore, but that said all the blinds were broken and some would not open to allow us to enjoy the scenery.
We were also a little disappointed as our 2 bathrooms turned out to be one very good bathroom on the main floor and a very open plan toilet, bath and sink in the master bedroom on the mezzanine level. The toilet was actually at the very top of the stairs! If you were so inclined you could easily sit about your business and watch the tv in the lounge, if you were so inclined, but you would definetly never miss a word of the conversation! This ultimately left us with one toilet, and given there was only one shower anyway, it was a push to only have the one between four adults.
In addition the microwave was broken when we arrived, we did call guest services and a gentleman arrived promptly to look it over and confirm it was not working for us then had to leave it as he couldnt repair it and didn't have another to swap it out.
Another little strange concept was the fact that the stairwell through which the rooftop hot tub was accessed was locked, but only from the inside. I discovered this luckily before the door closed on me trapping me in the stairwell! There is a deadlock on the door and no keypad (only keypad access numbers are provided) so if you did happen to enjoy the hot tub you would be stuck wet in the fire escape. We did actually rescue a person from this fate, you are very welcome sir! When I questioned guest services they advised me to take the stair to the parkade then the elevator back up to my floor. Unfortunelty, as our rescued man discovered, all the doors off the stair well are locked. Never mind eh!
Dispite these couple of issues it was a perfect location, with underground parking, fantastic view and was clean and tidy. We would stay again at Canmore Crossing but perhaps in a different suite without the al fresco toilet!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Your Canmore Central ResortDive into Canmore’s year-round lifestyle with your family and friends! Canmore Crossing provides everything you need to enjoy a true mountain resort experience steps from downtown Canmore with all the independence and comfort of your very own condominium. Spectacular views to Canmore Alberta’s Three Sisters mountains and surrounding peaks will draw you into the great outdoors, while the comfort of Canmore Crossings’ fully-stocked and equipped resort accommodation invites you to stay! Exceptional Canmore Lodging Experiences •Support staff through sister resort Fire Mountain Lodge•Two enclosed roof-top hot tubs (with full sun roofs)•Secure, heated underground parking•Optional housekeeping services. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Canmore Crossing Hotel Canmore
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