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The general manager on site -- Linda Dip is an exceptional manager and desires special recognition. Four of my photographer friends stayed for several days there while we are photographing the beautiful Banff National Park. Linda made sure all guests stay there are welcomed, the...More
The hostel is a good for people on a budget. It has a kitchen for those wanting to self cater and a reasonably priced restaurant. If self catering, bring as much of your own food as possible, as the grocery store in Lake Louise village...More
Great reception (friendly, organized, helpful, etc), 2 big kitchens, refrigerators and bins available to keep food, a games room (free foosball, air hockey, TV), a lounge with leather sofas and a pool table ($1.50/game), coin-op laundry ($2 wash, $2 dry, $1 soap), free wifi, convenient...More
This was the worst hostel I have stayed in so far. Due to them having no availability in female dorms, I stayed in a mixed 4 bed dorm (when I raised this with staff, they did say there were some female dorms available which weren't...More
Rooms clean and comfortable. Linen fresh including towels. Showers clean. Don't forget to adjust time on light or you may end up in dark. Desk helpful. Kitchen tired but has what you need. Friendly atmosphere.
No! The Hostel does not allow outside bedding, or sleeping bags, in its rooms. It's a smart move, intended to keep the rooms free from bed bugs and other pests. Such infestation can and does happen in hostels where people... More
No! The Hostel does not allow outside bedding, or sleeping bags, in its rooms. It's a smart move, intended to keep the rooms free from bed bugs and other pests. Such infestation can and does happen in hostels where people bring their bedding along on their trip.