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Das Personal war sehr zuvorkommend, und im Hotel gab es zwei Restaurants.Preis/Leistung war in Ordnung. Trotz zweier Restaurants gab es kein Frühstück.Das Zimmer war nicht ordentlich staubgesaugt.
eigentlich hat uns garnicht in diesem Hotel gefallen Sehr kleine Zmmer in einem uralten Kasten zu einem extrem überteuerten Preis, obendrein war das Waschbecken schon verrostet, für das Frühstück werden pro Person 19 CAD verlangt. Tipp: gegenüber dem Hotel ist eine Jugendherberge (Hosteling International) dort wird ein ordentliches Frühstück für 8 CAD angeboten.
Service and facilites are excellent. Would have liked to stay longer to be able to use them all. Dress code for the dining room meant we had to eat at the onsite pub. The pub food was great but we would have liked to eat in the dining room. Not all travellers take upmarket clothes on their trip but we can still afford upmarket things.
We rarely write reviews but have found something special in The Post. Andre is a local legend, an architect of the Canadian modern skiing syle, who brings warmth and grace to a superb Swiss-style small hotel offering everything: in-room fireplaces, pool/hottub/steam/full on-site spa, afternoon tea with pastry chef offerings, and one of the finest restaurants (a wine list that puts Chat. Lac Louise to shame) and casual pub on-site plus impeccable, friendly service from the moment of arrival at the front entrance. I slightly injured a knee skiing, and received a personal call from Andre inquiring if he could be of any assistance. Wow. This hotel is for those looking for a "small hotel" remote from the hustle of Banff (Lake Louise is intentionally a tiny community without a bar scene, etc.) operating at the highest levels of service. It is quite expensive, but actually delivers on the price tag, a rare sentiment for me. Lake Louise is an awesome HQ to explore the Canadian Rockies which are stunning. This was a ski trip, and we can't wait to get back for a hiking trip in the summer months. We travel fairly often, rarely to repeat locations, but have every intention of becoming regular guests at The Post assuming the continuing good fortune to do so. Having to leave.
the location, the beds, the toilets, the staff was un personal, and instrumental.
Hotel was beautifully decorated and had luxurious amenities. Staff was exceptional and location was close to lake Louise , moraine lake and the village I highly recommend a room with a river view because if your room faces the parking lot you will encounter the very loud noise of a freight train passing through frequently sleepless in lake Louise!!
The staff was incredibly helpful and the food is very good. The hot tub on the roof offers amazing views - not to be missed.. It's also great for unplugging. There is WiFi, though only one TV. It's the kind of thing you appreciate when you've unplugged for a few days. It offers good value for money. Imagine the Fairmont Chateau just a short 10 min walk away. Yes, much grander and directly on the lake, though for a very steep premium and less of the charm. The old rooms need an update. The decor is often still from when the lodge was built, and so is some of the infrastructure (plumbing, heating), which seems to create the odd problem. The old rooms also have a dark feel to them. They are being kept very clean though and one tends to spend little time there anyway.
Was a cute place with a very cozy room and cute decor. Loved looking at all the old photographs of Banff. I thought it was a little ridiculous that dinner for two at the restaurant in the hotel would be far more than the cost of the actual room. So if you don't want to double or triple your costs you better be ready to drive into town.
Gorgeous location, great staff. Beautiful building and restaurant is amazing. Room was tiny without tv... Great for a solo work trip. Shower/bath were dingy and not fully functioning. Walls are thin. Windows dont properly open- temperature is an old radiator which we turned off had a window open and still couldn't sleep from the heat (in March?)
Can't much think of anything. Indifferent staff, cramped beyond imagination room, overpriced.
Walking distance from Lake Louise. Charming historic hotel. Rooms need renovation
Gracious, old-fashioned elegance. Friendly, patient, professional and well-informed staff. Delicious and interesting food and great views from the dining room. Very short walk to beautiful Lake Louise. The room was very small, which I think is typical of inns of this vintage. But there were comfortable areas in which to sit downstairs, so there was no need to spend a lot of time in the room.
The hotel has tons of charm, the staff was excellent and the short ride to the ski resort was awesome. Met people from all over , England, Netherlands, Brazil, other parts of Canada too. Very cool. The hot tub seemed to only get to 39 degrees. Missed that extra degree or so of warmth. Still nice to sit in after a long day skiing.
Fireplace, lodge decor, food No hi-speed internet
Scenary through windows of the room was splendid; Blue of the lake and mountains (some of ten peaks) with snow or ice.
The location, the fantastic sceanery, peace and tranqility, friendliness of the staff.
The room was very comfortable and beautifully appointed. The fireplace was attractive and the view from the room was exceptional. The dining room was excellent and the breakfasts were generous. It was also nice to have the cafe available for purchasing lunches to take for hiking. We had no complaints.
Private cottages. Unlimited free canoe rentals. Very over priced. Very few (only 1) option for dining.
Superb location! Log fire in the room was a romantic, rare treat and the view from the enormous picture window of the lake and the mountain was truly 'awesome'. The food was good too!
the scenery and the helpful staff
Staff was very helpful and attentive. Setting is remote and beautiful. Understand July and August are heavy tourist months breakfast food could use a bit of variance
This was the crown jewel of our Canadian Rockies vacation experience. The Lodge was a perfect way to end our experience in Alberta. The combination of a magnificent location combined with the charm of the Lodge is unbeatable. Staff are very courteous and knowledgable. The hiking trails offer significant variety and the views from each of them are simply breathtaking.
Loved the decor and fireplace and scenery. The Babel rock formation has challenged me to return to fitness so that I can return to climb it. The room size could have been a little bigger - room to sit in front of the fireplace.