Banff National Park is known to be the oldest National park in Canada. Founded by three Canadian Pacific Railway workers when they stumbled across some natural hot springs in the early 1880s. Including the wondrous hot springs, Banff Features stunning landscapes such as Mt. Rundle, Tunnel Mountain, and lakes including; Moraine Lake and Lake Louis. Banff National Park, Canada also features scenic treasures such as rivers, valleys, glaciers, meadows, and forests.
With all of the cabins in Banff National Park, it's hard to choose. Your decisions will be based upon location, scenery, activities, and your family. Whether you're wanting to stay close to a town or close to a lake you'll find the Banff National Park cabins above and beyond amazing.
Moraine Lake Lodge:
Getting close to nature is great but you can't get much closer when it comes to Moraine Lake Lodge. All of their Banff National park cabins are tucked in the Valley of the ten peaks facing Lake Moraine. The seventeen separate cabins each have their own balconies, fireplaces, and private bathrooms. Sixteen of the cabins are Deluxe king cabins and the other two are deluxe twins. Moraine Lake Lodge offers guided hiking tours as well as their wonderful service and beautiful scenery.
Douglas Fir Resort & Chalets:
Looking for more Cabins in Banff? Look no further. The Douglas Fir Resort and Chalet has eight separate cabins in Banff National Park, Canada, overlooking forest scenery with a great view of Mount Rundle on the edge of the property. Besides the 2 bed and 4 bedroom cabins, each with a private bathroom, the lodge offers amenities and activities such as indoor water slides, a playground, jacuzzi, pool, and an arcade. The Resort is an hour drive from the town of Banff.
Another place where you'll find cabins in Banff is at the Post Hotel also known as the Lake Louise cabins. This site offers five different kinds of cabins (six cabins in all). Each has its own bathroom and great views. The different kinds of Lake Louise cabins include the Traditional Cabins, the Temple, Sair View, Whitehorn, the Bigger Pipestone, and Watson House, the biggest cabin accommodation available at Post Hotel.
When you plan a vacation to Banff / Lake Louise the first things you should do is make lodging reservations. Whenever you travel booking your room or rooms right away is advised so you can be sure to get the lodging you want and need. ... Read More