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We were not resident at the lodge but just on our visit to Emerald Lake, looking for a place to eat after the walks. Found this restaurant (where you can it even if nor resident) at the end od the way, through the lodges. Ate...More
We love this place. So peaceful and relaxing. Hidden little gem. We love the menu. Always a great selection and we are always happy with the meals. And the view is breathtaking. I will be back for sure.
We stayed 2 nights in August 2018, with our 2 teenage children.
The lake, the location, the views, ... are all wonderful. One of the most beautiful places we visited on our trip from Vancouver to Calgary! Unfortunately also swamped with bus tourists.
The Lodges are actually four rooms per block but the sound insulation is great and the views over the lake are stunning. Just stunning. The hotel was very busy with a wedding and large tour parties but the service given to us didn't suffer as...More
Here is the real scope on this Lodge. First the only reason you come to this location is to see the lake. Its very pretty and there is a nice walking trail around the lake. There are also canoe rentals. If you want to stay...More
One must remember location-cell service even in the best hotels in mountainous area can be sketchy as well as internet. Not a hill to die on. If you like a bit rustic - but with great dining and scenery this is your... More
One must remember location-cell service even in the best hotels in mountainous area can be sketchy as well as internet. Not a hill to die on. If you like a bit rustic - but with great dining and scenery this is your ticket.Hiking in summer - Winter x-country ski trails and snow shoe this is where you want to be. In summer months mice and the likes are unfortunately the norm-look where you are.... not any the city anymore. If you think about back country Skoki Lodge-Sol Mountain - Napika these are similar for sure. If you do anything wilderness there is a fine balance of give and take. I would not stay in summer months simply due to high tourist volumes. That is no fun. Not good drinking water-no issue -used to this with our hiking and back country ski trips into some area's. We always bring our own water supply or water filters and are prepared. Think about your 5 star hotel in Mexico-would not drink the water there either. This is still a great place to stay and relax.