Banff Accommodations – The Rundlestone Lodge

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Written by Banff Hitch Hiker posted on Thursday, February 4th, 2010

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Banff National Park, Alberta

Generally people don’t come to Banff for the hotels, motels and hostels. It is what is outside the doors of the accommodations that really appeal to the visitor. Towering snow capped mountains, frozen lakes in winter and shining turquoise water in summer, deer chewing on grass and natural beauty from all views – Banff is paradise. However, because of the amount of visitors to this little town, there are a lot of hotels to choose from meaning you can have the best of both worlds. One hotel that has a constant flow of returning visitors is the Rundlestone Lodge.

The gorgeous Castle Mountain of Banff National Park.

Located on the outskirts of town, it is comfortably close enough to town to walk into the main shopping area and where most activities are focused. You just need to make sure you are wrapped up warmly for the walk in winter. Price wise it is an extremely affordable option with prices as low as $88 a night including taxes. There is a great atmosphere in the hotel, not just within the building but with the staff as well. It is always nice to walk into a hotel and feel immediately welcomed rather than being a burden.

Often hotels target a certain market whether it be honeymooners, families or travelers but the Rundlestone really is a great place for anyone. The rooms are clean and the prices tiered to suit anyone’s budget. The pool can be relaxing but also great for the kids to play in and the hot tub overlooking the backyard is a great touch. If you are lucky enough to be heading up to Banff for a vacation, you should definitely consider the Rundlestone as an option.

Book the Rundlestone Lodge

Tel: 1 (403) 762-2201

Fax: 1 (403) 762-4501

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