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Moose Hotel & Suites
Location
Banff, Alberta, Canada

Moose Hotel & Suites is a new 4-star property located on Banff Avenue just steps from the heart of downtown Banff. The hotel's design incorporates contemporary mountain elegance with warm natural materials including log beams and rustic stone. Air-conditioned guest rooms feature luxury beds, walk-in rain shower, 40-inch flat screen smart TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, in-room safe, mini-fridge, and coffee- and tea-making facilities. Amenities include the Meadow Spa & Pools with 10 treatment rooms and private outdoor hot pool, a bright indoor swimming pool and exercise room, and two rooftop hot pools with grand views of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Accommodations include complimentary Banff Roam bus passes for guests who may opt to arrive early or spend an extra night. 
Lake Louise Inn
Location
Lake Louise,  Banff National Park, Alberta

Located near the famous lake itself and just a 5-minute walk from Lake Louise Village, Lake Louise Inn offers coveted lodgings with mountain rustic ambience. Rooms are a spacious 250+ square feet and have one king or two queen beds, padded armchair and writing desk, four-piece bathroom with hair dryer, high-speed wireless Internet, flat screen TV, telephone, clock radio, in-room safe, mini fridge and coffee maker. Given the inn's mountain setting at altitude, rooms do not have air conditioning—the natural breeze and cool night temperatures generally ensure comfort. A newly renovated lobby lounge offers cushy seating in large leather chairs around a soaring rock fireplace, with tall floor-to-ceiling windows that showcase the forest and peaks beyond. Three dining facilities are on site—Legends Restaurant, Timberwolf Pizza and Pasta, and the Explorers Lounge, which offers casual pub fare in a  recreational space with billiards, foosball, air hockey and board games on offer. Outdoors, gather under a timber frame shelter around the fire pit in the Great Canadian Gazebo and enjoy s'mores over the campfire. The indoor heated pool and whirlpools have been recently renovated, with floor-to-ceiling windows that look out on stunning views of the Canadian Rockies. The fitness center is open 24 hours a day, and free bicycle rentals are available in summer. Self-serve laundry facilities are on the premises. Lake Louise Inn is proud to be a certified member of the Green Key Eco-Rating Program.
Num-Ti-Jah Lodge
Location
Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

Num-Ti-Jah’s location, standing alone on Bow Lake with no other tourist facilities in sight, is one of its greatest appeals. Guests will enjoy the lodge’s rustic atmosphere, captured in its log construction, knotty pine walls, Arts and Crafts furniture and huge stone fireplace. Spacious rooms provide a comfortable sleep, while the Elkhorn Dining Room serves hearty Canadian fare in a setting evocative of the lodge's pioneer past. Guests at Num-Ti-Jah Lodge are part of a colorful history that dates back to 1898, when a 21-year-old English pioneer named Jimmy Simpson camped at Bow Lake and vowed he would one day “build a shack here” as a base for outfitting expeditions into the surrounding mountain grandeur. Twenty-five years later, he erected a log cabin on the site and called it Num-Ti-Jah , the Stoney Plain Indian word for pine marten. As Jimmy’s fame as a guide grew, so, too, did word of the magnificent landscapes into which he led scientists, mountaineers, hunters and artists. By 1937 the Banff-Jasper Highway was completed as far as Bow Lake, bring more visitors to Num-Ti-Jah. Jimmy and his family started building the present-day lodge in 1940, and a decade later, a log-and-stone hotel with 16 rooms stood on the shore of Bow Lake. After Jimmy died in 1972, his son ran the lodge until 1996, and while its rooms and amenities have been upgraded since, its authentic pioneer heritage still permeates this noted hostelry today.


Bugaboo Lodge
Location
Bugaboo Provincial Park, British Columbia, Canada

Bugaboo Lodge is the original wilderness heli-skiing outpost located nearly 5,000 feet high in the fabled Bugaboos Range. Today it offers access to summer hikers as well, with helicopter flights into neighboring alpine meadows and valleys in view of some of the grandest alpine scenery on Earth. The 32-room lodge blends contemporary stylings with rustic natural materials to create a warm and comfortable base from which to explore the raw mountain terrain beyond. The main lounge invites relaxing on big leather sofas in front of an artistically designed stone fireplace. From the dining room, expansive outdoor terrace and hot tub, survey the jagged Bugaboo Spires clad in glacial ice. When you're not out hiking, enjoy lodge amenities including a swimming pool, sauna, steam room, massage therapy and games room. A climbing wall, protected via ferrata iron-rung climbing route, and a zip line are also available for guests who crave some extra thrills. 
Emerald Lake Lodge
Location
Yoho National Park, Field, BC

Few destinations offer this unique mix of luxury and seclusion in one of the Canadian Rockies' most striking settings. Built of hand-hewn timbers with century-old fireplaces and a massive oak bar salvaged from an 1890s Gold Rush-era Yukon saloon, Emerald Lake Lodge exudes historic ambience. Legendary guide Tom Wilson first stumbled across this exquisite gem of a lake, which became famous for its jade-green waters, in 1882 during the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway. Early travelers began to arrive by train, continuing by horse-drawn coach to its shores. Located in what today is Yoho National Park, the lake and lodge lie at the heart of some of North America’s most outstanding accessible wilderness.

Guests stay in 24 individual chalets scattered along the lakeshore on a 13-acre peninsula. Each mirrors the traditional mountain architecture of the lodge, and private balconies offer compelling views of the lake and mountains. Wood-burning fieldstone fireplaces, fully stocked with logs, are standard in all rooms. A spacious sitting area with comfortable chairs allows you to sit back and enjoy the crackling flames. Amenities include warm feather duvets and pillows, telephones, in-room coffee makers, hair dryers and alarm clocks. Please note that there is no air conditioning in the rooms, though high-altitude mountain breezes generally keep things cool. Note, too, that there is no cell phone reception at the lodge, and very little within Yoho National Park, but free Wi-Fi is provided in the main lounge. Public spaces include an elegant dining room, quiet reading nooks, and sitting rooms appointed with leather sofas. Upper and lower verandas offer magnificent views of the lake. Relax after a day of hiking and canoeing in the dry sauna or soak in the large stainless steel outdoor hot tub with a view of the lake by day and the stars at night. 
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