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Reviewed September 2, 2016

Impressive and a real treat. Wonderful staff who just click together and give an infectious happy atmosphere. The attention to detail makes such a positive difference. Spectacular rooms. Wonderful views. Forget the cost and use the Fine Dining restaurant, as it is special and just completes the stay. Hotel closes for Winter due to avalanche risk. The Lake is popular with day tourists and there may be road blocks, but your hotel pass gives you priority entry and car parking. Unquestionably would stay again as this is a delightful experience.

Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Britleo
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Reviewed August 30, 2016 via mobile

We spent 2 nights here. We were in the main building rather than one of the lodges. The room was beautiful with a great view of Lake Moraine. It had a gas powered 'wood' burner rather than a real wood burner that the lodges have. This was not a problem, very cosy. Advice on treks was very helpful (we didn't need to use the anti bear pepper spray that they provide, nobody ever has had to use it apparently). Breakfast was very good too. Other reviewers have complained about the number of tourists there. Yes, there are a lot but this does not spoil your enjoyment. Walk 100 meters and you will see very few people. Sadly, we didn't have time to take advantage of the free canoeing, the lectures or the group walks. Our only issues were with the restaurant. The chairs are very uncomfortable and the prices are astronomic. Just because you have a monopoly does not mean that you can charge crazy prices. We only ate there on the first night. The next night we had a Chinese takeaway from Lake Louise which is 10 miles away(it was awful and also really expensive!!!!).

Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank Daniel B
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Reviewed August 28, 2016 via mobile

First impressions of this place weren't great when we sat in traffic along Moraine lake road just to get to the car park. Luckily the hotel has its own car park which is a bit tight on turning space, just took ages to get to and meant my girlfriend walked ahead of me just to make sure they did actually have hotel parking as the public one was full (no reception on phone to be able to call and check). Reception were very helpful and the staff friendly. Room was great with a fireplace and lovely views over the lake. Breakfast was a good selection. Dinner was very good too and the staff did their best. Odd seating arrangements for it. We'd booked weeks in advance for a 730pm table, yet by 730 all the window seats were taken and we were left at the back of the restaurant by the kitchen doors. We did ask to be moved when a couple left. Just seems that booking early gave no guarantee of a window seat and that was just luck of the draw on the day or if you ate very early. I think that policy needs revisiting. I think this hotel relies on the views to justify the price of the rooms.

Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
1  Thank JustinA-S1979
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Reviewed August 28, 2016

It was a treat to return to MLL after 24 years. The lodge accommodation was well appointed, cozy, and a wonderful place to be from about 6pm to 9am. Aside from those times, the tourists flock to this place, and rightfully so--the views are some of the most spectacular in the world. But unlike 24 years ago, it is a bit overrun. There are great hikes of all levels leaving from the Lodge, affording additional opportunities to get off the beaten path and enjoy the solitude of the nearby areas like Centrillion Lakes, a 4 mile round trip to a glacial lake and an easy rock scramble. Climbing the rockpile and renting the canoes are a must-do in BNP. We had dinner there two nights, the night we arrived, the hotel did not have record of the reservation we had made, which was disappointing. But both nights the food and views are good. Try to book during sunset - the view is as good as the food. Included breakfast was a nice feature for a family vacation, but the breakfast was woefully understaffed with water, food trays and coffee often going untended too while a couple waiters handled the entire dining area. I would go back, but it is quite expensive for such a touristy location.

Room tip: Only a few rooms can accommodate 4 people. Cabins have working fireplaces, I don't think lodge rooms did.
Date of stay: August 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank gfp76
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Reviewed August 27, 2016 via mobile

All I can say, is breath taking. My wife and I spent some time there and just relaxed and took in the Gorgeous sights.

I would try to get here by 8am, as it fills up very fast.

There is plenty of room to walk and explore. We only explored only a small portion of the area. I would say, one could take all day to hike this one area.

A must see!

Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
1  Thank 580charlesh
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