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Built in 1926 as part of Canada's impressive "track" record of constructing large, elegant railway hotels in the wilderness. Named for Edward VIII, at that time Prince of Wales. A photo in the lobby shows his visit. A very representative architectural style of the period:...More
The hotel grandly sits unoccupied and closed over January and into February. Call ahead if you were planning on "dropping" in.Thankfully there are two other places to stay in the park. You can walk the grounds and folks maintaining the hotel are encouraging. Worth the...More
Waterton National Park in Canada was our destination this time. If you look on a map you will see two National Parks back to back. It may look like one giant park but it is really two separate parks in different countries. One in Canada...More
We stayed here for two nights and were very awed by the views from the hotel and our room. Though the room was comfortable with two twin beds (a couple of girls traveling together), the bathroom was tiny and the lighting in the room could...More
This is a beautiful hotel in the most beautiful place I've ever been. The building itself looks like something out of a movie. The views are awe-inspiring. We stayed in the princess suite so we had multiple rooms, a spacious balcony, and our own man...More
US$167 - US$222 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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