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Metterra Hotel On Whyte
If you can wade through the uncreative hotel-brochure blurb ('urban oasis,' 'contemporary decor,' 'traditional hospitality'), you'll find that the Met is actually a decent place to stay and a fitting reflection of the happening entertainment district ...
Banff Rocky Mountain Resort
Being 4km out of town at the far, far end of Banff Ave is a small price to pay for the preferential prices and excellent all-round facilities here (including a hot tub, pool, tennis courts and cafe-restaurant)...
Fairmont Château Lake Louise
This opulent Fairmont enjoys one of the world's most enviable locations on the shores of Lake Louise. Originally built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in the 1890s, the hotel was added to in 1925 and 2004...
Some cruel critics claim Calgary lacks alma (soul), and although this fashionable boutique establishment in – of all places – Calgary's university campus can't really be described as soulful, it is funky and arty...
Prince Of Wales Hotel
You can't come to Waterton and not check out this iconic alpine landmark. Situated to take full advantage of the best view in town, this hotel is nothing short of spectacular...
Park Place Inn
Giving nothing away behind its rather ordinary exterior among a parade of downtown shops, the Park Place is a head-turner as soon as you ascend the stairs to its plush open lobby...
The Fairmont Banff Springs
Sitting at the top end of the 'lost-for-words' category comes this exquisite beauty. Imagine crossing a Scottish castle with a French chateau and then plonking it in the middle of one of the world's most spectacular (and accessible) wilderness areas...
Mount Robson Inn
A clean, plush place laid out motel-style on the edge of Jasper Town which offers hot tubs, on-site restaurant and a substantial complimentary breakfast.
Falcon Crest Lodge
Of all the salubrious woody lodges in Canmore, Falcon Crest is perhaps the best. Ample deluxe rooms have balconies with views of Canmore's famous peaks, incuding Three Sisters, and there are various suite options...
Inns Of Banff
Slightly out of the hustle and bustle, there are some good deals to be found here. Though the architecture is a little passé, there are loads of facilities, including both indoor and outdoor pools, ski and bike rentals, and a Japanese restaurant.
Nuvo Hotel Suites
Now this is more like it.... Large comfortable studio apartments with full kitchens including washing machines, all for a decent price in the Beltline neighborhood. Handy for downtown and Uptown 17th action.
Setting a new standard in Calgary, this boutique hotel plays hard on the fact that it's not part of an international chain...
The Fairmont Palliser
Cut from the same elegant cloth as other Fairmont hotels, the Palliser is easily the most stunning place to bed down in Calgary...
Chateau Lacombe Hotel
Going defiantly against the grain, the spectacular Chateau was a chain hotel that, in 2013, was bought out by local private investors...
One of a triumvirate of Edmonton boutique hotels, the Matrix claims to serve the 'sophisticated traveler,' and largely succeeds, with cool minimalist architecture punctuated with woody color accents and plenty of handy modern gadgets...
Kensington Riverside Inn
This impressive hotel in Kensington is a delight; a refined attitude permeates the smart-looking, beautifully finished property. The rooms are elegant and have river views. Highly recommended.
Irwin's Mountain Inn
A marginal drop in price and quality on the upper echelons of Banff Ave lands you in Irwin's, where the rooms are verging on motel-like and the decor is more 'plastic' than granite...
Elan is a luxury boutique hotel that opened in 2013 in a fancily refurbished Uptown condo building. For a slightly inflated price, you get rooms with personal internet routers, rainfall showerheads, heated toilet seats and heat-controlled floors...
Alberta Place Suite Hotel
What was once an apartment building is now a suite hotel with a range of room configurations from studios to one-bedroom suites to family suites...
The Rundlestone Lodge
This place is filled with pseudo old-English charm, complete with Masterpiece Theater chairs in the lobby. The standard rooms are fairly, well…standard, but family and honeymoon suites come with a kitchen, fireplace and loft...
As if West Ed wasn't surreal enough, this adjoining hotel is something to behold. There are standard rooms, but the real draw is the themed rooms. With 13 themes to choose from – Africa, igloo, Roman, Polynesian – it's hard to pick one...
Lake Louise Inn
A large, sprawling resort close to the village that has its merits, including a pool, restaurant and a tiny historic ice cream chalet. Room quality is variable, with some of the older wings more downbeat and motel-like.