Looking for the best hotels in Canmore? Canmore is a lovely resort town nestled in the Bow Valley that is sure to provide visitors a lovely stay.
Flanked by dramatic mountains and surrounded by no shortage of things to do, Canmore has a lot to offer visitors. All of these hotels will ensure you have a great time during your trip.
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Canmore Hotels Tips And Advice
- Where to Stay in Canmore: Downtown Canmore — Close to businesses walking trails and restaurants/bars. (Lamphouse Hotel & The Malcolm) Bow Valley Trail — Affordable accommodation options and easy access to the highway (Pocaterra Inn). Kananaskis — Mountain lodge peace and quiet (Mount Engadine Lodge & Kananaskis Mountain Lodge).
- Booking.com — The best site for booking hotels in Canmore.
- The Best Luxury Hotel in Canmore: The Malcolm – Luxurious, rooftop pool, and close to the downtown core. Stoneridge Mountain Resort — Luxurious apartment-style accommodation with fireplaces and full kitchens. Kananaskis Mountain Lodge — Resort in Kananaskis with large nordic spa, proximity to Nakiska Ski Resort, and great wilderness setting.
- The Best New Hotel in Banff: Basecamp Suites — Brand new in the Fall of 2020 great location downtown and rooftop hot tub with views.
- The Best Value Hotel in Canmore: Lamphouse Hotel — Renovated modern motel in the heart of downtown Canmore. One of our favorite options.
- The Best Hotels for Families in Canmore: Pocaterra Inn — Pet-friendly accommodation with a waterslide and free breakfast. Stoneridge Mountain Resort — Luxurious apartment-style accommodation with fireplaces, full kitchens, and a heated outdoor pool/hot tub.
The Best Hotels in Canmore
Malcom Hotel By Clique
One of the newest hotels in Canmore and it quickly made a name for itself. The Malcolm Hotel is a luxury hotel situated in the heart of the Spring Creek a desirable neighborhood just steps away from downtown Canmore. The location provides convenient location to Canmore’s restaurants, bars, and shops.
It also sits conveniently across from the Policeman’s Boardwalk one of the best walks in Canmore. A series of rooftop decks make for a great place to take the views in from the hot tubs, heated pool, or in the resort restaurant. Rooms similarly offer good views of the mountains and provide everything guests could desire.
Inside the luxurious rooms are modern TVs, free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, coffeemakers, and rainfall showers. The hotel facilities include a fitness center, restaurants, concierge service, and free parking. The owners have also provided community support which has sat well with locals.
Address — 321 Spring Creek Drive, Canmore (GPS)
Booking.com — The Malcolm Hotel
Hotels.com – The Malcolm Hotel
Stoneridge Mountain Resort by CLIQUE
The Stoneridge Mountain Resort is a great luxury property with apartment style accommodation. Stoneridge Mountain Resort is a great place to stay for couples, families, and groups. For those looking to explore the Canadian Rockies it’s likely one of the best options for self-catering. However, it’s still within walking distance of the cafes and restaurants in downtown Canmore.
Guests can choose from one, two, or three bedroom condo suites with fully equipped kitchens. One of the many standout features here are the large patios with a barbecue. Facilities on the property include underground parking, a fitness center, indoor/outdoor pool, and a hot tub.
Address — 30 Lincoln Park, Canmore (GPS)
Booking.com — Stoneridge Mountain Resort by CLIQUE
Hotels.com – Stoneridge Mountain Resort
The Georgetown Inn has been a popular establishment in Canmore for decades that is a great option for those seeking some charming character. Hotel decoration is based around an Old English theme with an English Tudor exterior, eclectic interior, and a charming pub with great food. Location is off the Bow Valley Trail which is still within walking distance of downtown Canmore, but quick driving access to the TransCanada.
Several rooms feature a fireplace and seating area. All rooms feature a small fridge, coffee maker, kettle, and TV. For pet owners, the Georgetown In is pet-friendly and has elevator access to rooms. Fresh baked shortbread and tea are provided in rooms daily complimentary and a hearty cooked breakfast is included in the room rate. Free on-site parking is available.
Address — 1101 Bow Valley Trail, Canmore (GPS)
Booking.com — The Georgetown Inn
Hotels.com – The Georgetown Inn
Falcon Crest Lodge by CLIQUE
Canmore’s accommodation options really shine with the multitude of options for self-catering in the Canadian Rockies. The Falcon Crest Lodge has several options for one and two bedroom suites that are great for families. Suites here are not quite as well decorated as the more luxurious Stoneridge Mountain Resort. That also means it’s well suited for couples seeking a deal in comfortable accommodation.
All units come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, kitchens or kitchenettes, fireplaces, and private balconies or patios. Comfortable bathrooms have tubs, walk-in showers, nice toiletries, and bathrobes. The property has underground parking, a self-service car wash, two outdoor hot tubs, a fitness room, and games/puzzles available for guests.
Address — 190 Kananaskis Way, Canmore (GPS)
Booking.com — Falcon Crest Lodge by CLIQUE
Hotels.com – Falcon Crest Lodge
The Lamphouse Hotel is a really good value option for exploring Canmore. Also, each booking offers free breakfast in bed! They have the best location right in the center of downtown and along the Policeman’s Boardwalk. It’s a converted motel and all of the rooms are modern and up to date with stylish mountain decor.
Each room comes with free Wi-Fi, 55″ flat-screen TVs, desk, coffee-making facilities, and mini-fridge. Luxury bath products are carried in the room from Rocky Mountain Soap a local company. There is also a well-appointed three-bedroom apartment if you’re lucky enough to score a booking. The Lamphouse Hotel is one of our favorite options for accommodations in Canmore.
Address — 610 8 St, Canmore (GPS)
Booking.com — Lamphouse Hotel
Hotels.com – Lamphouse Hotel
Canmore Downtown Hostel
It can be tough to find great hostel accommodation options in North America, but the Canmore Downtown Hostel manages to deliver the goods. Private rooms and shared hotel dorm rooms are available for booking. Dorm beds are still very comfortable with large bunk beds, drapes, and clean modern washrooms.
The new hostel is well equipped, comfortable, and clean with friendly staff. Facilities available at the hostel include a shared kitchen, lounge, and washing machines. Private rooms are without frills, but comfortable and include a private bathroom. This is a great option for solo travelers, couples, or young travelers on a budget!
Address — 201-302 Old Canmore Rd, Canmore (GPS)
Booking.com — Canmore Downtown Hostel
Solara Resort – Bellstar Hotels & Resorts
Solara Resort is one of the top reviewed hotels in Canmore, each unit comes with a fully equipped kitchen and fireplace. Also included in the suites are dining areas, fireplaces, washing machines, and flat-screen TVs. The property has an on-site spa, hot tub, and fitness center.
A number of units feature mountain views, but most units face into the complex or adjacent property. Units are very comfortable with granite counter-tops, leather furniture, and hardwood floors. Bathrooms are similarly luxurious with quality toiletries. The clean and modern suites are great for couples, families, and groups.
Address — 187 Kananaskis Way, Canmore (GPS)
Booking.com — Solara Resort – Bellstar Hotels & Resorts
Hotels.com – Solara Resort and Spa
Mount Engagdine Lodge
Mount Engadine Lodge is located along the Smith Dorrian Road/Spray Lakes Road about one hour away from Canmore. Set in the wilderness there isn’t much else around besides mountains, valleys, trees, and some moose. In other words, Mount Engadine is located in an extremely remote section of Kananaskis. A wide variety of room options are on offer that includes private lodge rooms, cabins, glamping tents, and a yurt.
There is no cell service, and no televisions. It’s back to wilderness here – exactly like what you may after with a trip to the Canadian Rockies. If you’re eager to have that backcountry wilderness experience without roughing it in a tent and eating dehydrated meals you seriously can’t get much better than a stay here. Instead, bookings include breakfast, packed lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner. In between delicious meals go for hikes or relax by one of the many wood-burning fireplaces.
Address — 1 Mount Shark Rd, Canmore (GPS)
Booking.com — Mount Engadine Lodge
Hotels.com – Mount Engadine
Lady MacDonald Country Inn
Lady MacDonald Country Inn is a bed and breakfast that sits in the Silvertip neighborhood at the base of Mount Lady MacDonald. Guests can expect a charming stay with the guest service expected from a bed and breakfast. Of course, homemade breakfast is served each morning in the solarium.
Rooms have unique decorations, private bathrooms, fireplace, and cable TV. Free Wi-Fi can be found throughout the property. A communal parlor has a wood fireplace and presents a cozy location to relax. Bed and Breakfast staff are a standout feature and provide excellent service.
Address — 1201 Bow Valley Trail, Canmore (GPS)
Booking.com — Lady MacDonald Country Inn
Hotels.com – Lady MacDonald Country Inn
Pocaterra Inn & Waterslide
A great option for families seeking value is Pocaterra Inna & Waterslide. The property features a large waterslide popular with children and a sauna for adults to relax. Its location is off Bow Valley Trail with easy access to the highway and an extended walk to downtown Canmore.
All rooms have a seating area, desk, coffee maker, microwave, and mini-fridge. Included in the rate is a free breakfast buffet. Rooms are basic, comfortable, clean, and present good value. On the property is a fitness center.
Address — 1725 Bow Valley Trail, Canmore (GPS)
Booking.com — Pocaterra Inn & Waterslide
Hotels.com – Pocaterra Inn
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