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Post Hotel & Spa

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Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Room Service
Wheelchair Access
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free Parking
Public Wifi
Dry Cleaning
Meeting Rooms
Hot Tub
Business Centre with Internet Access
Laundry Service
Banquet Room
Multilingual Staff
Conference Facilities
Non-Smoking Hotel
Heated pool
Indoor pool
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Small, intimate hotel located in a quiet location right by a river. It is located a drive away from the main sites (Lakes Louise and Moraine), so getting to either required driving. This could be a consideration, especially since the parking lot at Moraine was closing between 6
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It’s a very nice place with an exceptionally good staff and few needs and a few suggestions.

Upon arrival, stepping out of the Greyhound bus, a pleasant, cheerful young man comes up, “Are you Mr. ….? I’m here to chauffeur you to the hotel.” Said and done. Nice, informal lobb
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A real quiet gem in a location where lots of tourists can make things crowded. The Post is a very quaint, professional, fully-serviced Hotel and Spa with an Excellent Restaurant and wine list, very helpful and friendly staff, and very nice rooms! The fireplaces in the rooms, as
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We picked The Posted based on how quiet it would be. It's not huge like the Fairmont and over run with visitors running around the grounds. This was our little piece of paradise (in the snow). We were lucky to visit during an early snow fall and it was stunning. The beauty of
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The food is absolutely delicious, the service is top notch and the atmosphere is warm and relaxing. The wine list is probably the best I have ever seen and the server knew the list in great details. Will definitely go back to this restaurant and perhaps one day also stay at the
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Hi do you have pet friendly accommodations as TripAdvisor suggests? Thank you for your consideration.
I don't recall seeing any pets in the hotel building where most of the suites and restaurant are located. It is possible pets are allowed in the cabins located outside of the hotel building, you can call them toll free and check.
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do you need a jacket or tie to eat dinner here or are long pants and a shirt and hiking boots okay?
I’m sure long pants and shirt would be fine.
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Hi, Just want to know if there is a self service coin operated laundry onsite or close by?
Maybe at the campsite but you are better off doing all that in banff
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I have a very strange question for you. your hotel is completely booked in july when we are in the area but I was wondering if someone not staying in your hotel could pay for tea on the lawn and if so what time do you serve tea. we are going to see the icefields from banns
If you arrive for lunch, or should you desire a drink or tea on the lawn, then The Post Hotel welcomes all they have space for. During busy times I would certainly call to talk to the Maitre D or even guest services. The post knows hospitality and are quite accommodating. No harm in asking. Most of all enjoy true tranquility.
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So I notice everyone says get to lake Moraine early. How early is early? I am staying at the Post. Is it about 15 minutes from there? I have two toddlers and it will be July
Try to get there befor 8:00am. We were there in July and went twice for the Post Hotel. It takes about 30 minutes. The parking lot fills up early. One day we hiked up to Consolation Lake (challenging but beautiful), the second time we hiked the trail along the lake and rented a canoe. Tour buses come and go (often tourists are there to see the lake, maybe get a coffee and then move on) but you will have to wait for parking a while if you get there late.
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"Choose the "preferred side" towards the river; pub food is also great!!"
"The cabins along the creek look adorable!"
"River side is best."
"Grab a room with a view of the river.... beautiful!"
"Rooms on the "preferred" side were pretty quiet!"
US$ 286 - US$ 608 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
post hotel and spa
CanadaAlbertaCanadian RockiesBanff National ParkLake Louise
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