Moose Hotel & Suites is Banff’s newest 4-star hotel in Canada’s heartland. It’s located on Banff’s Main Avenue and is incredibly close to the downtown area with restaurants and boutiques. The hotel has 174 guest suites and hotel rooms with options for kitchen nooks, and rooms that are pet-friendly. With 1- and 2-bedroom options, you can comfortably fit up to six adults in one of the rooftop suites. All guests receive complimentary parking, bus passes, and wifi. The hotel has natural and intuitive architectural designs, as well as warm and cozy artwork that emphasizes Canada’s most dramatically antlered animal, the moose.
Featuring impressive popular amenities such as the lovely Meadow Spa & Pools, spacious indoor swimming pool, bright fitness centre, and private outdoor heated rooftop pools showcasing spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains, there are plenty of active and relaxing options steps from your own suite. Pacini Italian Restaurant is a family-friendly restaurant on-site at Moose which is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including many holidays and brunch on the weekends.
With winter weather nipping at your nose, the Moose Hotel & Suites rooftop Hot Pools are a favourite way to relax and keep warm after a long day adventuring atop Sulfur Mountain. There are two complementary family-friendly outdoor pools that open early and close late. Additionally, an outdoor fire pit will allow you to keep warm after your soak as you take in the mountain views and air.
How to get around Banff National Park without a car
Roam Public Transit is Banff’s daily accessible and frequent public transit, even in the winter. Staying at Moose Hotel & Suites will ensure you can easily visit the most popular and iconic attractions with your complimentary bus pass. Leaving the car behind is an energy-efficient way to enjoy the iconic destinations without the hassle of parking. There are routes running to Sulphur Mountain Gondola, Tunnel Mountain, Fairmont Banff Springs, Lake Louise, Banff Centre, and Local Canmore routes as well. All the schedules are available in real-time online. To check out when the next bus arrives, you can download this transit app since all the busses have GPS technology.
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