Basic, but OK rooms. No WiFi but understand in middle of nowhere. Nice receptionists.
We parked in main coach park because we had read up on here. There is also a free guided walk at 7.30pm and my husband went on that. Luckily the others didn't turn up so he got a one to one guide and probalby saw more than usual. Great ice cave.
No breakfast included and restaurant on site very expensive. We were prepared and took food and cup a soups for dinner but did have breakfast. $9 is a bit much for Oatmeal!
Double bed, sofa bed and another one upstairs. Small window but get a great view of stars at 4am. First time since whole of Orion and not just his belt!
As you are at foot of glacier you get chance to get on first bus out in the morning which is a bonus.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Glacier View Inn is a model of environmentally sensitive design, built to incorporate the pristine environment that it surrounds. There are 32 guest rooms - most have at least two queen beds and a loft. All are well appointed, with satellite TV, and direct dial phones. Many rooms offer spectacular views of surrounding mountains and glaciers but you should make sure to request a room with a view early as these are the first to go. Most rooms are well suited for families needing more space than a conventional hotel room, as well as traditional sized rooms for couples or individuals. Open April through October. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Glacier View Hotel Banff National Park
- Glacier View Hotel