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The food at HI Lake Louise is far better than we expected to find at a hostel. The fish and chips are excellent, as are the burgers, sweet potato fries, and salads. The burgers were the best we found in all Alberta, with wonderful flavor...More
As accommodation is expensive in the national park we stayed in this hostel! It too was quite expensive! The first night we stayed in a private room with a shared bathroom and the second night we stayed in a shared dorm with a shared bathroom...More
This is a large hostel that has everything. I was in a shared dorm room that had a high loft. It was so warm in the loft that I couldn't sleep however. They had numerous fans in the loft but there was no source of...More
Booked a year in advance for June stay for a family of 3. We ended up getting a private room with shared bathroom and shower just around the corner. The accommodations were very reasonably price for this time of year and considering how little time...More
The general manager on site -- Linda Dip is an exceptional manager and desires special recognition. Four of my photographer friends stayed for several days there while we are photographing the beautiful Banff National Park. Linda made sure all guests stay there are welcomed, the...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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US$51 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.