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All reviews common room bunk beds dorm room beautiful hostel booked a private room shared dorm common spaces are large kitchen clean sheets movie night lounge area bill peyto's cafe information centre enjoyed my stay on site restaurant min walk a great place to stay
We had a private room. The bed was super uncomfortable - a foam mattress on a creaky metal bunkbed. The lower bunk was supposedly big enough for two, but, despite the fact that my husband and I share a double bed at home with no...More
HI Lake Louise Alpine Centre is a simple and comfortable hostel located in the village of Lake Louise.
I spent 1 night at the hostel on my solo road trip in the Rockies, as a stopover on the way to Jasper. I stayed here in...More
The good news: this is a clean, inexpensive, well-located hostel with a great staff and a nice on-site restaurant. The bad news (and this may only apply to private rooms)--our five bedroom private room consisted of one bedroom with a bunk bed on the first...More
Beautiful environment with pine trees all around! Private parking spaces reserved for guests.
A 5-min walk to the visitor centre and shops. Cozy and warm atmosphere, spacious and well equipped common room. A nice restaurant attached. Laundry service (washing + drying) available by CAD 2-...More
Huge hostel, very close to the (tiny) hub of Lake Louise. On-site cafe/restaurant is convenient but average. Dorm rooms are what you'd expect - fine, but not amazing. Common spaces are strangely impersonal, and not much used, so it's not a great place to make...More
No! The Hostel does not allow outside bedding, or sleeping bags, in its rooms. It's a smart move, intended to keep the rooms free from bed bugs and other pests. Such infestation can and does happen in hostels where people... More
No! The Hostel does not allow outside bedding, or sleeping bags, in its rooms. It's a smart move, intended to keep the rooms free from bed bugs and other pests. Such infestation can and does happen in hostels where people bring their bedding along on their trip.