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I had a hard time getting an affordable accomodation on a Saturday night so we tried this hostel. We booked a family room which is basically a room with two bunk beds and your own toilet but no shower. Showers are shared. There is a...More
HI-Lake Louise is the only budget accommodation in the town of Lake Louise, so if you want to stay in the vicinity, this is your only choice. Fortunately, it's a great place to stay. It's built in a ski chalet style, with a beautiful common...More
I stayed in their dorm rooms for 3 weeks. Some rooms have washrooms and share the showers right across the hallway. They are kept quite clean. I enjoyed the sauna the most. After a long, hard hiking day, sitting in the hot sauna was the...More
Our family of four including a 9 and 11 year old stayed for 3 nights. We booked a private family room. Bathrooms and showers were closeby, but outside the room. There were cubbies outside our room to leave your shoes, as the room was quite...More
We stayed at a campground that did not have a shower available. They let us pay five dollars to take a shower and provided towels. The showers were clean and have plenty of hot water. There's also a restaurant there to grab a quick bite.
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US$29 - US$98 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.