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CURRENTLY, WE ARE ONLY RESERVING UNITS WITHIN 60 DAYS FROM TODAY!
IF STAYING ON A FRIDAY OR SATURDAY, THERE IS A 2 NIGHT MINIMUM UNLESS BOOKING IS WITHIN 48 HOURS OF CHECK-IN.
One Bedroom King: King in master, queen sleeper sofa in living area. Unit has no balcony, fireplace or oven, mini-kitchen. Maximum occupancy 4.
People who visit Alberta's little all-season town of Canmore (pop. 12,000) have big expectations. Once a coal town, Canmore gained notoriety during the 1988 Winter Olympic Games, and it’s been booming ever since as a recreational hot spot.
Just 70 miles from Calgary, Canmore is nestled in Alberta's Bow Valley, surrounded by mountains and wildlife. It's the perfect locale for fishing, climbing, canoeing, all kinds of winter sports, and more. Banff National Park is approximately 7.5 miles from your resort, and world-famous Lake Louise is a little more than an hour's drive away.
If you want to take it easy, take a stroll through the quaint town. Its main street is home to galleries where painters, quilters, stained-glass artisans, and blacksmiths can be found at work. Or just relax in one of Canmore's many charming pubs or restaurants near your resort. With a little luck, you may even see a Hollywood film being shot here.
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Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park
This cross-country skiing park is just a five-minute drive from Canmore. Originally developed for the 1988 Olympics, it offers more than 44 miles of cross-country and biathlon trail systems.
Banff National Park
More than 2,500 square miles of mountains, glaciers, forests, valleys, meadows, rivers, and gorgeous Lake Louise make Canada's first national park one of the world's top destinations. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site by the United Nations in 1985. Fees applicable, please access the park website for more information.
The Columbia Icefield, about 210 kilometers from Canmore along the scenic Icefields Parkway, is one of the largest blocks of ice and snow south of the Arctic Circle. It rests on the boundary between Banff and Jasper National Parks, a 325-square-kilometer family of eight major glaciers, all visible from Icefields Parkway.
January: Ice carving competition at Lake Louise
August: Folk Festival
September: Highland Games
October or November: Banff International Film Festival
· Cable TV
· DVD player
· Stereo with CD player
· Air Conditioning
· gas fireplace (some units)
· Queen sleeper sofa
· Internet Access (fee applicable)
· Iron and ironing board
· Indoor and outdoor hot tub
· Outdoor heated pool
· Fitness center
· Recreation room
· Underground and surface parking
· Laundry rooms
· Barbecue grills
· Air Conditioning
· 24 hour front desk
· Cross-country skiing
· Downhill skiing
· Mountain biking
· Aviation adventures
· Icefield tours
· Calgary International Airport (YYC) 70 mi
All resort amenities.
Other Things to Note
Since I probably won't be there personally, the resort requires guests to provide a refundable $100 security deposit that can be held with a credit card.
Respect both the property and management.
This was a room in a hotel managed by Marriott. The receptionist was very nice, gave us extra towels for the hot tub and extra blankets for the pull-out. We did not use the playroom but we appreciated the big viewing chairs for the evening video, and the well-kept pool table. Amenities were excellent, overall. Room was small and entirely different from the ones in the pictures. Very few of the rooms would have the design of the rooms in the pictures in AirBnB.
Rey is a great host. He is quick to respond to questions and provided all the info needed for a very smooth check in. The place is great with a very nice room and kitchen and great pool. Looking forward to coming back.
The suit is good for family, we can cook in the room, my parents really like it!
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