Situated in a quiet location, about 15 minutes walk from the centre of Banff, the Inns of Banff Hotel is a modern, stylish complex offering excellent services and facilities.
This holiday deal includes flights, accommodation and transfers.
All rooms have two queen size beds, television, fridge,
telephone, coffee maker; bath, shower, wc, hairdryer and
accommodate up to four persons in existing beds. 'Superior' rooms
in addition have a balcony. 'Inn' rooms (sleep 3-4) are spacious
but have no window (available at a reduction).
The ski bus to the three ski areas stops at the hotel and the
Inns of Banff provides a complimentary bus pass
for the Banff resort shuttle which operates from 7.30am - 11pm.
Facilities: Reception, Wildfire Grill
Restaurant and lounge with superb views, bar, Bear's Den Pub,
'Miki' Japanese restaurant, gift shop, ski hire shop, underground
parking, large outdoor hot tub, small indoor pool, sauna,
whirlpool, wireless internet access, lift.
Special Attractions: • 10% off ski servicing
and repair in the hotel's own ski shop • FREE Best of Banff
discount voucher booklet • 10% off at 'Wildfire' and 'Bear's Den' •
1 FREE child's dinner (2-11 yrs old from child's menu) per paying
adult in restaurant • FREE Banff shuttle bus pass (07:30 -
OUR VIEW: We sent our General Manager to check
out the Inns of Banff and here is her opinion:
"I stayed at the Inns of Banff in March 2007 and was pleasantly
suprised by the quality of the accommodation. Considering the
selling price, it offers really good value for money. We had a
wonderful view of the mountains from our balcony, and although I
wouldn't describe the rooms as lavish, they were pleasant enough,
clean and a really good size."
"The great thing about Banff is that you can choose from three
different ski areas: Norquay, Lake Louise and Sunshine Village.
Personally I fell in love with Sunshine Village which offers a vast
ski area with something for all abilities and plenty to keep
intermediate and advanced skiers and riders happy. In Banff you
need to catch the bus to the nearby ski areas. The good thing about
staying at the Inns of Banff is that often in the morning the buses
fill up at the Inns of Banff so you don't have to go round the
other hotels picking people up. And at the end of the day, the Inns
of Banff is the first drop off point."
"The Inns of Banff is approximately 15 minutes walk from town
(or you can take the bus) but there are hotels and restaurants all
the way along the road if you don't want to travel that far
for your evening meal."
"Hiring a car in Banff may appeal to you if you don't fancy
taking the bus so if this is of interest to you, please ask our ski
advisors for details and prices"
For a friendly quotation on Banff ski holidays please contact
our specialists in skiing holidays.