Cabin and condo rentals in Banff

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Canmore Pigeon Mountain Room

This cozy Swiss Chalet room has private fridge. Room is on the main floor of our house, no stairs. Large windows with Mountain view. Everything to cook a meal is here. Back yard Fire Pit for a private BBQ with sitting area. Free car parking in front of house. We are in the center of the Rockies; only 17 km to Banff, 50 min. to Lake Louise, 1 hr to YYC airport. Walking distance to multiple stores and restaurants. You will enjoy a lovely stay for a great price. There are 2 airbnb rooms.

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Riverfront Estate Bed&Breakfast Banff

Located in central of Banff town, 1 minute walking distance to Banff Avenue, supermarket and Bow RIver. Self check-in is available via electronic lock after 3PM. Self check-out is 11AM.Passcode will be last 4 digits of your phone number,room number will be provided 2 days prior to your arrival. Courtesy parking is behind the property. Overflow parking is possible beside the balcony. Breakfast service in dining room from 8AM to 10AM. WIFI: Riverfront_Estate_BNB, password is NOT required.

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Banff Mountain View/Entire Townhouse/2BD&1.5 BATH

Welcome! Banff Wood Lodge sits on the edge of Banff National Park in Harvie Heights. Its convenient location is just a short trip to world class ski hills and 10 minutes from Banff National Park. 2 Queen beds, 1 queen sofa-bed for 6 people sleep. 1.5 bathrooms are available. A fully equipped kitchen with adjacent BBQ area in the backyard, in-suite laundry, free parking. Single entrance and easy check in. Banff National Park Pass for your convenience.

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Banff's Original Cowboy Bed and Breakfast
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✿Beautiful & Cozy 2BR condo w/ Pool near Banff ✿
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Banff Mountain Retreat Apartment - Wolf Den BnB
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✪The Most Perfect Stay in Canmore w/Mountain View❤
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❊Stunning 2BR Getaway in Canmore w/Hot Tub & Pool❊
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RENEW 1-Bed 1-Bath with hot tub
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Gopher Basement Suite
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Spacious Luxury Penthouse, Stunning Mountain Views
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Gateway Suites: Perfect Escape to explore Banff✪
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🍁Cozy Hotel Room🌟Gym🌟Parking🌟Kitchenette🌟AC
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❤❋Charming Condo In The Heart Of Canmore❋❤
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Gateway Suites: Cozy stay to explore Banff/Canmore

Pet-friendly houses

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The Air's better out here - Vintage, Modern Suite
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☆★ Affordable condo on the edge of Canmore★☆
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Crawford House | Family Home with Hot Tub + Pool Table
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Humble Abode | Close to Downtown, Hot Tub Access

Houses with hot tubs

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Banff 2 bedroom house with private hot tub
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Private Hot Tub /Patio / Mountain View / King Bed
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1 bedroom kitchenette suite in Canmore
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Mountain View! Art! Luxurious 5br/4.5ba, Hot Tub
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**OPEN** POOL & HOT TUB** Rocky Mountain Condo
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UNIQUE Heritage House near Banff Centre | Access to Rooftop Hot Pools

Your guide to Banff

All About Banff

Located in the heart of the Canadian Rockies within Banff National Park — Canada’s first National Park and the world’s third — the town of Banff offers outdoor activities year-round and stunning mountain views. Banff Avenue was actually oriented to provide the perfect view of Cascade Mountain towering over the city.

In summer, canoes and kayaks glide across Moraine Lake as the calm, glacial water mirrors the surrounding mountain peaks. Hikers climb the steep trail leading to Saskatchewan Glacier for epic views. Winter brings snowboarders and skiers to Banff’s three area resorts and the rugged terrain of the Rocky Mountains while cross-country skiing around Lake Louise offers serene and stunning wilderness views.

While outdoor adventure may be the main draw, Banff has plenty to do indoors too, including the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, featuring concerts and dance performances, and the Willock & Sax Gallery showcasing historical works of iconic artists.


How do I get around Banff?

The closest airport is Calgary International Airport (YYC). From here, you can rent a car and drive the 145 kilometers to Banff or take the Banff Airporter, a shuttle that will take you into downtown. Once you’re in the city, the best way to get around town is on foot to explore the unique environment and quaint shops along Bear Street and in Bison Courtyard. The city has a bus system — Roam ­— offering convenient transport to popular attractions, like the hot springs. If you rent a car at the airport, make sure to get one with four-wheel drive to maneuver through the snow. All visitors are required to have a valid National Park Pass, available for purchase online or at the park gate, regardless of mode of transportation.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Banff?

The best times to visit Banff are from June to August and December to March. Nature lovers will be able to explore the park while temperatures are warm, and summer months are a great time to book Banff rentals. In June, the weather begins to warm up, and the Banff Iiniskim Powwow welcomes people of all nations to experience a beautiful cross-cultural event filled with singing and dancing.

Exploring Banff during shoulder seasons can be a gamble, as the area occasionally experiences blizzards, but if you check the weather before you go there’s still plenty to do in the fall.

Winter brings ample snowfall, perfect for skiers. Winter temps change quickly, though, so make sure to pack your layers. No matter what time of year you visit Banff, you’ll want to pack a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen to protect yourself from the intense ultraviolet rays at this high altitude.


What are the top things to do in Banff?

Moraine Lake

One of Banff’s most popular visual highlights, Moraine Lake is an hour’s drive north of the town. Located in the Valley of the Ten Peaks, the lake mirrors the snowcapped peaks of the surrounding mountains. There are ample hiking trails here for all skill levels. For a leisurely, scenic stroll, take the Moraine Lakeshore path. If you’re looking for more of a workout, try the two-hour Consolation Lake trail, and you’ll be rewarded with alpine meadows and the Quadra Glacier.

Banff Sightseeing Gondola

For unforgettable views of Banff, sit back and soar atop Banff’s peaks in a gondola. Only five minutes from town, the gondola allows you to float up Sulphur Mountain and enjoy sweeping views on a clear day. Once you reach the top, you can enjoy the interpretive centre, restaurants, and hiking trails.

For the daring, you can walk along the ridgeline and see the Cosmic Ray Station — a National Historic Site of Canada. Once known as Canada’s most important cosmic ray observatory, it’s now known for its stunning vistas of the surrounding mountains and valley below.

Upper Hot Springs

The Banff Upper Hot Springs were discovered in 1883 when three rail workers stumbled upon hot water and steam coming from a cave on the lower slopes of Sulphur Mountain. They continue to be a popular destination for those looking to relax among the serene atmosphere and stunning alpine views. In winter sit in the pools and watch snow fall atop surrounding peaks. These pools are also prime spots for sunrise and sunset. The baths are open late into the evening, year round and there are amenities here too, including a cafe and rental options for swimsuits, towels, and lockers.