Hotels near Banff National Park
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Banff National Park offers majestic views of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Nature-lovers enjoy visiting throughout the year for a variety of outdoor activities that range from diving in the lakes to climbing the mountains.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Banff National Park

King Edward Hotel
King Edward Hotel
|
3.6
137 Banff Ave, Banff
from $65
High Country Inn
High Country Inn
|
4.1
419 Banff Ave, Banff
from $89
Tunnel Mountain Resort
Tunnel Mountain Resort
|
3.9
502 Tunnel Mountain Road, Box 1137, Banff
from $153
YWCA Banff Hotel
YWCA Banff Hotel
|
3.5
102 Spray Avenue, Banff
from $90
The Fox Hotel and Suites
The Fox Hotel and Suites
|
4.1
461 Banff Ave, Banff
from $142
Charltons Banff
Charltons Banff
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4.0
513 Banff Ave, Banff
from $106
The Rimrock Resort Hotel
The Rimrock Resort Hotel
|
4.3
300 Moutain Avenue, Banff
from $217
The Juniper Hotel
The Juniper Hotel
|
4.2
1 Juniper Way, Banff
from $78
Spruce Grove Inn
Spruce Grove Inn
|
3.2
545 Banff Ave, Banff
from $95
Red Carpet Inn
Red Carpet Inn
|
3.6
425 Banff Ave, Banff
from $87
More About Hotels near Banff National Park...

What’s Banff National Park?

Situated in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Banff National Park is Canada’s oldest national park. The park is 80 miles west of Calgary in the Alberta providence.

Which Hotels Have the Best View Near Banff National Park?

All of the hotels nestled among the Canadian Rocky Mountains offer incredible views. Lake Louise Inn offers one of the best values among Banff National Park lodging. The indoor pool, free Wi-Fi, and on site restaurant are just a few of the amenities that guests enjoy. The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise offers the same amenities on the shores of Lake Louise.

What are the Benefits or Drawbacks From Staying at a Hotel Near Banff National Park?

Staying at a hotel near Banff National Park gives visitors more time for sightseeing and enjoying fun activities. Hike the miles of trails and view various wildlife anytime of the year. Skiing, snowshoeing, waterfall ice climbing, ice diving, ice skating, and soaking in the hot springs are ideal winter activities.

What Do I Need to Know About Banff National Park?

Calgary has the closest airport to the park. Banff National Park is accessible by bus from the Calgary International Airport and the downtown area. Sightseeing rail service is available from Vancouver. Visitors arriving by car can reach the park by the Trans-Canada Highway, Icefields Parkway, or Bow Valley Parkway.

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