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We enjoyed a two night stay here during a road trip and could not fault the service from the friendly staff or the comfort of the rooms. The resort benefits from a stunning setting and is a convenient location when taking a road trip. Travellers...More
Much like the cafeteria out front, the motel is drab and outdated, like something out of the 80's. You pay a lot for the room, then they ask you to pay a further $10 if you want to use their pathetic wifi! (Just ask someone...More
I'm rarely one to write a review, especially negative ones. But this one has been in my mind for a while, and I'd thought I should share.
First off on the positive note, the place itself is alright. It's a place to stay the night,...More
We chose this resort because it is the only one near (50 km) to the Athabasca Glacier. Our room was rustic but very comfortable. There is a choice of dining in either the bar or the restaurant. As it was snowing, we chose the bar...More
Basic room - comfy bed, tv, bathroom with towels and soap (no robe or hairdryer). Wifi not included; receptionist said we could pay $10 for it but it was not reliable so we didn't bother. There's a laundry room with coin-operated machines, gym and a...More
The Crossing Resort is family owned resort and located midway on the Icefields Parkway within 30 minutes of most major Attractions. Full services on site such as 3 dining venues a Pub, Gas Station, General store and …MoreGift,Guest Center and Fitness Center. Less
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usually by May 1st. you can call a National Park visitor center to find out details. I live up their and they try to shoot for May long weekend. BUT...always carry a jerry can. Once you leave Lake Louise, there is no... More
usually by May 1st. you can call a National Park visitor center to find out details. I live up their and they try to shoot for May long weekend. BUT...always carry a jerry can. Once you leave Lake Louise, there is no gas until Jasper. over 300 km. Stop in at Lake Louise visitor center and see if they have an update and they can also call us at the Parks Canada gate nearby the Crossing resort. good luck.