Overall the accommodations of this place were really quite lovely and in tune with 'old charm'. The bathroom did leave much, much to be desired but the surroundings more than made up for it!!! The hike to the waterfalls was one of the most incredible experiences we had as a family of four with two small kids ages 6 and 8. We had a blast going on this hike and took magnificent pictures. At the onsite restaurant, Breakfast left much to be desired and was rather tasteless but extremely expensive and dinner although delicious was very, very, very pricey for a family of four. Children food options options were not indicated and when I asked for a bowl of pasta with butter (since I did not wish to spend $30-$40 on available entree items for my young children) it cost a whopping $15 for my six year old and was a very small portion which he gobbled up in no time. If there were other restaurant options nearby, we would have rather done that, but there were none close by.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Num-Ti-Jah Lodge overlooks one of the most dramatic scenes in the Canadian Rockies. Out of Bow Lake the mountains rise steep and rugged. The blue ice of Crowfoot Glacier hangs suspended over the turquoise water. To the west, the craggy peaks of the Great Divide tower over Bow Glacier.Num-Ti-Jah Lodge is located 40 kilometres north of Lake Louise on Highway 93 in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. We are a three hour drive from the Calgary International Airport. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Num-Ti-Jah Hotel Lake Louise