Over the years it has been well kept up and it features 21 modern rooms with all contemporary amenities to relax and enjoy. It offers friendly and helpful staff as well as reasonable rates.
The historic King Edward Hotel is located in the heart of downtown Banff, right on Banff Ave. and Caribou St. It was built in 1904 and is the second oldest hotel in Banff after the Banff Springs Hotel.
Over the years it has been well kept up and it features 21 modern rooms with all contemporary amenities to relax and enjoy. It offers friendly and helpful staff as well as reasonable rates. The majority of sights, shopping, dining, events and entertainment in Banff are within a 2 block radius of the King Edward Hotel. It's like "Downtown living in middle of the Wilderness."
Rooms & Services:
Being the second most historic hotel in Banff, the rooms are equipped with all essential amenities, to ensure a comfortable and relaxing stay.
The closest airport to Banff is the Calgary International Airport. Turn left onto Airport Rd. NE. Turn left onto Barlow Trail NE Provincial Route 2A N. Turn slightly left. Turn left onto Airport Trail NE. Merge onto Provincial Route 2 S/ Deerfoot Trail NE via the ramp on the left towards the city centre. Take the Trans Canada Highway (Highway 1) 16 Ave NW exit (exit 258). Keep right at the fork to go onto Provincial Route 1 W / Trans Canada Highway West. Follow the Trans Canada Highway for about 120 km till you get to the first Banff exit. Take the exit and keep left. Turn left towards Banff. Stay on Banff Ave for about 4.5 km and the hotel will be on the right hand-side.
Directions from the Northwest:
Coming from the Northwest on Highway 1 take the first exit. Turn right onto Mt. Norquay Rd. towards Banff. Follow this street until it becomes Gopher St. Then turn slightly right onto Lynx St. Turn left onto Caribou St. The hotel will be on you right hand side just before the next traffic light.
137 Banff Ave. Box 519
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