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We had a comfortable night here, but I don't think we would come back. The place is located at a crossroads in Banff and the mountain views in every direction are stunning. The room was comfortable, but a bit crowded with furniture and hard to...More
We stayed here one night as we had a Glacier Adventure at the Columbia Icefields the next day. The rates are expensive considering the room is small, old and needs updating. We did have a King size bed which was comfortable. It was clean. You...More
The best thing about the Crossing is the location. It makes for a convenient place to spend the night so you can arrive at some of the most interesting places and hikes along the Icefields Parkway early in the morning without the long drive. Unfortunately,...More
If you can, go on to Jasper, Banff, or Canmore. The rooms are old and very expensive. The moderate food at the restaurant was also very expensive. Be aware that the breakfast is not included even if your booking says it is. The only positive...More
Overall this resort is overpriced. While I understand people don't have many options in this area, what explains selling beer in the store for almost $20 a six pack, or selling gasoline for more than $1.70 per litre. The highest previous price I saw on...More
US$115 - US$213 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#9 Top resorts Hotel in Banff National Park
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usually by May 1st. you can call a National Park visitor center to find out details. I live up their and they try to shoot for May long weekend. BUT...always carry a jerry can. Once you leave Lake Louise, there is no... More
usually by May 1st. you can call a National Park visitor center to find out details. I live up their and they try to shoot for May long weekend. BUT...always carry a jerry can. Once you leave Lake Louise, there is no gas until Jasper. over 300 km. Stop in at Lake Louise visitor center and see if they have an update and they can also call us at the Parks Canada gate nearby the Crossing resort. good luck.
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"I think all the rooms are probably the same but they do offer King size beds and flat screen tvs now."