Boasting views of the Canadian Rockies, this adults only property is located in Field, British Columbia. Free Wi-Fi is available in all guest rooms. Lake Louise is 30 minutes’ drive away. A refrigerator is featured in each room at Canadian Rockies Inn. A flat-screen satellite TV is included. Tea and coffee making facilities are provided. Surrounded by the Yoho National Park, the Inn Canadian Rockies is brightly furnished with wooden flooring. This property also offers an on-site gift shop. Fishing opportunities are available 7.5 miles away at Emerald Lake. Banff National Park is 1 hour drive away.
Cathedral Mountain Lodge is a great choice for a stay in Field. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms offer upscale touches like fireplaces and soaking tubs, along with refrigerators and room service.
Surrounded by the Yoho National Park, this property is located in Field, British Columbia. Kitchen facilities are available. Free Wi-Fi is included. The Trans-Canada Highway is 2 minutes’ drive away. In-room laundry facilities are provided at Charlie’s Guesthouse. Comfortably furnished, a seating area with fireplace is featured. A TV and DVD player are provided for indoor entertainment. On-site barbecue facilities can be enjoyed by guests of Guesthouse Charlie’s. Views of the Canadian Rockies are offered from this property. Lake Louise is located 18.6 miles from this property. Boat and snow shoe rental is available at Emerald Lake 20 minutes’ drive away.
Cons: Parking is off-site and a bit inconvenient. We were given a queen double room with very dated, old and run-down furnishings. e.g. there was an two inch gap in the carpet exposing the floor boards. Only the very small bathroom has been renovated in the last 20 years. Food in the lounge was very poor- my wife ordered a quinoa item that should have been served hot but arrived cold. After notifying the waiter it was returned at almost the same lukewarm temperature. Food was very overpriced. We were not told about the water in our room upon arrival. The second day I obtained ice from the only available dispenser (in the clubhouse and was advised to not drink water in the room or use the ice. We were told at the front desk that the water "has been sent out to be tested" and results would be back in 3 days. We were given bottled water for the interim. We observed emergency septic maintenance at the same time, along with malodorous air at the lunch restaurant. Our last night there we were awakened at midnight to a fire alarm and left the room to the small of heavy smoke. The family downstairs had failed to open the flue in their fireplace. Since smoke rises we had noxious and persistent smoke in our room still an hour after we were allowed back in our room. When my wife called to get a fan to more quickly dispel the smoke she was told by the front desk to "open the windows" despite the fact we had already done that. They refused to provide us any further help in dealing with the smoke which by now had permeated all of our clothing, etc.After leaving the property we had very queazy stomachs for two days, coinciding with the delay in the water report. We were never notified about the results of the water testing.
Pros: The location is amazing. One of the best views in the Canadian Rockies. The rooms are nice, with good bedding. The rooms have fireplaces with great firewood. The dining options are great, too. Lots of trails for hiking and fireplaces if not. THE winter is great, too.
Cons: THERE was nothing that I did not like. I can't wait to return.
Pros: The facilities totally outdated a dozen customers had no electricity no water and no heat I had no heat temperature Room was 55 degrees C all the time. I talk to the staff a number of the times, they could not remedy the situation. I was there from Wednesday through Saturday. It was my daughter's wedding. I do not believe how they were rated number 10 hot spot for weddings.
Pros: The setting is beautiful and close to nature. The room had a nice porch and view.
Pros: Location on Emerald Lake
Cons: At check in the desk clerk identified me as the "Kayak Room"
Our "lodge room" was actually in a small poorly maintained cabin where 3 other couples were staying as well in other rooms. There are no guest rooms in the Lodge. The beautiful view they described from our porch was of another cabins roof. The room we stayed in was described as "rustic". I would describe it as poorly maintained and greatly in need of updating. Everything was old and worn out. The room had no TV, no radio,no A/C, and a shower that did not work very well.
The only wifi is in the lodge and the TV in the lodge did not work properly either. The owners know they have the only show in town and charge outrageous prices for everything. I ordered a hamburger for lunch which was $23.00. It was just OK. The staff seemed well trained and provided good service. The facility was pathetic and in desperate need of major renovation.
Emerald Lake Lodge is a great choice for a stay in Field. The restaurant is a perfect spot to grab a bite to eat, and you can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the spa tub for a relaxing end to the day. Rooms at this romantic hotel offer up nice touches like fireplaces, premium bedding, and down comforters.
This property is located 21.1 miles south of Golden. A restaurant with a bar features a dining patio, stone fireplace and wood burning bread oven. Free WiFi and a spa are offered. Alexa Chalets provides traditional wooden accommodation. All rooms come with a private bathroom with a shower. Some cabins have a balcony and spa bath. A fresh breakfast buffet is served daily, and packed lunches are available on request. Featuring a European influence, the Canadian dinner menu is offered nightly from 18:00 until 21:00. Each Sunday during the summer, the hotel features a barbecue event. In the winter, Timber Inn is a ski pass vendor and ski storage is available. Rurally located on 40 acres, guests can enjoy the on-site walking trails. Free parking is available at Alexa Chalets-Timber Inn & Restaurant. Kicking Horse Mountain Resort is a 30-minute drive away. In the summer, guests can drive 1 hour to Wapta Falls in the Yoho National Park.
Pros: Food is great......keep the chef.
Free coffee and tea all the time.
Cons: Couldn't turn off the heat so we had to open the sliding door. Very noisy traffic.
Suggestion. add a bit of protein for diabetics......maybe hard boiled eggs.
Great Divide Lodge features a free ski shuttle and puts you near winter activities like downhill skiing and cross-country skiing. Guests can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant, and the sauna makes for a relaxing end to a day on the slopes. There's a terrace, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free WiFi. Skiers will appreciate access to ski storage.