There is a good reason why the Prince of Wales Hotel in Canada is one of the most photographed hotels in the world. This stately hotel is located high on a bluff overlooking Waterton Lake and the town of Waterton, Alberta. Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada is a sister park to Glacier National Park in northwestern Montana. Constructed in 1927 by the Great Northern Railway, the Prince of Wales Hotel has striking architectural designs such as soaring roofs, gables, and balconies. It is these design intricacies that attract visitors from all over the world and are what set the Prince of Wales hotel apart from other "typical" lodging accommodations.
This iconic hotel features not only panoramic views of Upper Waterton Lake and the surrounding mountains but also an award-winning restaurant, the Royal Stewart Dining Room, offering authentic Canadian cuisine, complimentary WiFi, gift shop, bell service, Starbucks Coffee Bar, and interpretive hotel tours.
The Prince of Wales hotel is seasonally open from mid to late-May through mid-September.