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My boyfriend and I stayed in a junior suite. The room had a beautiful mountain view and a very comfortable king size bed. This hotel has an awesome rooftop hot tub that is roomy with an awesome view of the mountains. Staff were friendly and...More
My boyfriend and I just stayed in one of the superior rooms with mountain view on Thursday evening for $114 and it far exceeded our expectations. Two very comfortable queen beds with luxurious linens and duvets! Nice sized Samsung flat screen tv. Had separate sink...More
We stayed at the Inns of Banff for 3 nights and we would stay there again! Very affordable and lots of amenities. (Two restaurants, outdoor hot tub, indoor pool and hot tub, bar) It is about a 20 minute walk to get to downtown but...More
We went to stay there for the long weekend and staff was very friendly. We had booked a junior suite. The view was awesome. The room was good but bathroom was just basic. The only problem was that heating was not so good. Felt really...More
$66 - $560 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I did not visit the banquet rooms, and, based on my experience with the rest of the hotel, I wouldn't be in any rush to. The main areas of the hotel (lobby, gift shops) have air conditioning as part of their heating/cooling... More
I did not visit the banquet rooms, and, based on my experience with the rest of the hotel, I wouldn't be in any rush to. The main areas of the hotel (lobby, gift shops) have air conditioning as part of their heating/cooling plant, and I would guess (GUESS) the banquet rooms are similarly serviced. The management has stated "it's an older property," which is often (not always) businessspeak for "we're not putting any more money into this property than we absolutely have to." There are other properties in Banff, far older, that have state-of-the-art air conditioning. But based on my own experience, and other commenters here, I'd bet this older property is not in that league. I'd SUSPECT.