Rundlestone Lodge, Banff

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4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
The hotel was fine, my room was a lovely size and everything about it was great. The hospitality was fabulous. I was a little disappointed with the breakfasts, possibly just because of the way different people cook stuff – they did a full English but it was quite greasy and there wasn’t an opportunity to ask ... + more
Sharon Hammond, Leeds
4 out of 5
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Overview - hotel description - Rundlestone Lodge description

The welcoming and friendly Rundlestone is a family owned and operated hotel providing a high standard of accommodation, with the 2011 Alberta "Good Housekeeping" award, this is a relaxed and informal Rocky Mountain character lodge.


Families - any extra notes for parents with children

Family friendly facilities: • Highchairs in the restaurant • Hotel Family friendly • Early meals available in restaurant • Child's menu • Cots and linen


Facilities - Rundlestone Lodge features

  • Reception
  • Lobby with fireplace
  • Restaurant, lounge
  • Indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness room
  • Ski lockers
  • Internet kiosk (pay locally)

Facilities: • Bar • Bar - Non-smoking • Breakfast restaurant • Credit cards accepted • Car parking - indoor • Car parking - outdoor • Cash dispenser • Dinner restaurant • Fitness room • Internet access • Laundry service • Lounge area • Sauna • Safe deposit boxes

Special attractions:

  • Approximately 15 minutes' walk to downtown Banff. Ski bus stops near to the hotel.

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • 96. The attractively furnished rooms have two queen beds, bath, shower, TV, coffee maker, hairdryer, telephone.

  • No of rooms: 134
  • Unit type: room
  • Maximum occupancy: 1-4


Meals - food and drink in Rundlestone Lodge

  • Room only
  • On-site restaurant serving breakfast and dinner (payable locally).

No of restaurants: 1

Special dietary requirements catered for: • Gluten Free • Vegan • Vegetarian

We update Rundlestone Lodge's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about Banff - about holidays in Banff - about ski holidays in Banff - about ski holidays in Banff Canada

3 ski resorts Cosy mountain town Stunning sights of the Rockies

With a slightly different ski holiday on the cards, spend your days out and about exploring the sights and ski areas of the magnificent national park (featuring some of the best scenery and slopes on the planet) – before heading downtown for hearty Canadian grub, friendly nightlife and world-renowned accommodation in one of North America’s legendary mountain towns.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Long ski breaks Non-skiers Varied terrain

Banff webcam

Snow Report: Top 43cm, Bottom 43cm

Snow Forecast: 3cm expected this week

Snow History: November average depth 17.5cm

Banff trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Calgary126 km (78 miles)
Region:Alberta, Canada
First opened:1948

Banff lift pass price last reported as $477.12 (Adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Rundlestone Lodge.
Night skiing: Yes (Mt Norquay)
Banff has N S E W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing Nov - May.

Town altitude: 1,630 – 2,133m
Top of slopes:
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Total length of trails:8000 acres / 274 runs
Longest piste:1,167m
Downtown Banff is made up of traditional timber and stone buildings that make up a simple grid system, meeting up on the main road – Banff Avenue - that’s been purposely positioned to open up a fabulous view of the Cascade Mountain. Unlike your average ski resort, winter is low season here (good news if you’re staying in town as this usually means better deals). Accommodation mostly comes in the form of classic lodges and inns, the cream of the crop being the Fairmont Springs Hotel. This ‘castle in the Ro...
Mt Norquay’s runs are sheltered by trees - head up on the Cascade chair for wide and easy-going greens like Temptation and Speculation. Intermediates can take the Mystic Express to a number of blues like Bruno’s gully, where you have the opportunity to dabble in a bit of powder. The North American Chair serves some exhilarating black diamonds (don’t miss the bumps on the Memorial Bowl) and a double diamond - Lone Pine. If you’ve been skiing elsewhere in the day, return to Norquay in time for the night skiing...
The whole area is known for its laid back après and friendly locals. In Norquay, the Cascade Lodge has a fabulous sun terrace - you could head inside to the Kika Café for a warming cuppa but make sure you stay out to watch the sunset at least once… After a day in Sunshine village, grab a quick eat at the Burger Shack or go fine dining at The Eagle’s Nest (the fantastic Alberta beef is their specialty). At the base of Lake Louise, Kokanee Kabin often has live music and even sells Starbucks Coffee. Anothe...

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"Rundlestone review"

Sharon Hammond, Leeds
4/ out of 5
The hotel was fine, my room was a lovely size and everything about it was great. The hospitality was fabulous. I was a little disappointed with the breakfasts, possibly just because of the way different people cook stuff – they did a full English but it was quite greasy and there wasn’t an opportunity to ask for it not to be fried. The evening food there was really nice though. In general, in terms of the location to the town centre it was good. I used the gym once which was alright, pretty basic but you don’t stay here to spend all day in the gym! It was fine for what it was there for. The pool was a little small and shallow, probably because it’s more recreational than for sports. But on the whole everything was really good, they’d change things when I wanted them to and respected my privacy at other times. They had a free video hiring system which was useful in the evenings. I’d definitely go back to Banff and wouldn’t mind staying here again.
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Sharon Hammond