We stayed for two nights while travelling from Field to Jasper. The lodge is in a fantastic and isolated location. A couple of years ago we stayed at the Old Faithful Inn and in my opinion the Num-Ti-Jah has a lot of the same ambiance being an historic wooden structure. On the downside, some of the public areas looked like they could do with a good clean. Also, there was little sound-proofing between the rooms. We could hear the couple next to us having a huge marital disagreement, followed by an energetic make-up session, well into the early morning. The room was a bit dilapidated - the blind on the window was broken and the shower was pretty antiquated.
It was mid-September and there was a little bit of an end-of-term atmosphere going on but on the positive side, the place was very atmospheric and the staff were excellent. Unless you drive back to Lake Louise, you are a bit of a captive audience for the restaurant. We ate there two nights and enjoyed the experience.
As other say, it was an expensive stay. Was it worth it? Well just about, given the location and the history. Give it a good clean though!More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking