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Vanuit het Delta Royal Canadian loopt u eenvoudig het kleine, maar zeer gezellige centrum van Banff in.

Delta Banff Royal Canadian Lodge

De Delta Banff Royal Canadian Lodge een eersteklasse lodge gelegen in het hart van Banff.

Vanaf € 84,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
  • Lobby
  • Guest kamer
  • Zwembad
  • Evergreen Restaurant
Lobby Guest kamer Zwembad Evergreen Restaurant


Guest kamer
Evergreen Restaurant

Over Delta Banff Royal Canadian Lodge

Banff is het hele jaar een vakantiebestemming bij uitstek, voor actieve zomers, maar ook voor sfeervolle winters. Verken overdag het gezellige stadje of geef u over aan de overweldigende schoonheid van de Rocky Mountains. Na een levendige dag buiten is het in de lodge goed toeven bij de openhaard en in het restaurant. Geniet van een drankje op het terras of gebruik de spa om u op te laden voor een volgende dag in de Rockies! De smaakvol ingerichte kamers van de lodge zijn voorzien van alle moderne gemakken, waaronder WiFi.


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Vanuit het Delta Royal Canadian loopt u eenvoudig het kleine, maar zeer gezellige centrum van Banff in.

Delta Banff Royal Canadian Lodge
Banff National Park
v.a. € 84 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Guest kamer
Airco, WiFi, televisie, telefoon, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkijzer en -plank, koelkast, kluisje, bureau. Volledig ingerichte badkamer.

Premier Room with Fireplace
Zoals Guest kamer, open haard.

Deluxe Executive Suite
Zoals Guest kamer, open haard, i-pod dock. Zithoek met bank. Badkamer met jacuzzi.


Gelegen in het centrum van Banff.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant

• Bar

• Spa

• Zwembad

• Sauna

• Fitnessruimte

• Parkeergarage

• Lobby met open haard

• Laundry-service

Banff in de provincie Alberta is een dorp in het gelijknamige nationale park, wellicht het beroemdste van heel Canada.

"Disappointing for a Delta "Resort""

The hotel is clean and the staff are friendly. I am a gold member yet they do not offer a lounge or free breakfast....they claim to be a "resort" property. I am not sure what qualifies them as a resort, they do not even offer a decent exercise facility. A tiny room which is like a broom closet with a very old and dated bike and treadmill and weight machine. Pretty pathetic for a "resort" property. I should mention I had a conference so I was there on business.

"Fine hotel; Banff is expensive in general."

We stayed in a junior suite on the first floor facing main street during the second week of April. We found our room to be clean and spacious, with a great layout, and did not experience any problems with noise from the street. The rooms were decorated nicely, and the furniture was comfortable. The fireplace was a great touch. Marriott beds are amazing and this hotel was no exception. We got a good night's sleep every night. There is a city ordinance in Banff that does not allow buildings higher than three stories. So if you stay in a hotel on main street, you're not paying for spectacular mountain views. And since we paid at least $100/night less than the hotels further out in the mountains with spectacular views, and we got a much bigger room, we considered this fair. Banff is an expensive town. We paid $13 for two 6-inch subs at Subway, no drinks, no sides, no nothing. Calculate accordingly. We went outside in the mountains each day to see spectacular views of the mountains, and at night we went back to our hotel room and relaxed. The hotel staff were very friendly and made every effort to accommodate us during our stay. We could not be happier with the service we received while we were at the Banff Delta. We were able to check in several hours early. Presumably housekeeping was ahead of schedule because it was the off season. We appreciated this convenience, which was a privilege and not a right, especially since we'd given no notice that we'd be arriving early and would have been fine with waiting until the clearly posted check-in time. My husband ordered drinks and dessert, room service, one evening while we were at the pool. He did it without me knowing, as a surprise, so that it would be waiting when we got back to the room. Since the drinks had ice in them and he'd ordered me sorbet, a manager called to make sure we'd gotten back to the room and that everything was still in order when we did. This follow up is just one example of how hard the staff tried to make sure guests' experiences were good. We ate at an Italian restaurant in another hotel one night, and our front desk staff called over to see how long the wait would be and to reserve a table if necessary. They really went out of their way to be helpful. The pool area was very nice and had a waterfall. It was romantic, rather than athletic, and probably more for couples than kids. We enjoyed it. I did not eat breakfast in the mornings, but my husband did, and he said that the buffet was sufficient. Nothing extraordinary for the price, but again, calculate with Banff prices in mind. We ate at the Evergreen restaurant for dinner twice. We thought the food was good. We thought it was comparable to a restaurant we enjoy at home and at which we could order the same sort of meals (soups, mains, desserts, drinks) for about 2/3 the price. This is Banff pricing. The servers were very pleasant, the chef truly seemed to enjoy cooking for his guests, and if you don't want to eat at the Evergreen, the front desk people will point you wherever you want to go. One day we just asked for a cheap (Banff version of cheap) pizza and sub shop for lunch and they made a great recommendation with a smile. There was nothing pretentious about the Evergreen or the staff. Superfine dining, with chef's tasting menu and wine pairings, can be found at Eden in the Rimrock Hotel for 2-3x the price of Evergreen in the Delta. When we wanted to watch movies, we just used Netflix on our laptops and had no problems with the internet connection. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and thought the hotel fit into its niche quite well. As a note about what to expect: We're Marriott rewards members, so we've kind of gotten the hang of this now. For example, we live in Michigan. And some weekends in the summer, we like to stay at a popular Lake Michigan town. Marriott has one Fairfield Inn in this town, and no other Marriotts. So it ranks this Fairfield Inn a category 6 hotel. Is this Fairfield Inn more special than other Fairfield Inns? Nope. And we love Fairfield Inns. They're one of the best deals going in the Marriott family, besides Residence Inns, which are always a steal with hot breakfasts and sometimes dinners depending on the city (like Washington DC). The Lake Michigan Fairfield Inn is ranked a category 6 due to the location and the fact that it's Marriott's only hotel in the area. In Chicago, a Marriott Courtyard will cost less than half a JW Marriott, be in a comparable location, and maybe the nuances are lost on us because they seem just as nice. Neither includes breakfast for the price, but the JW has a restaurant and a spa on the property, and that's the difference. The Delta Banff is Marriott's only hotel in Banff, has a restaurant and a spa on the property, and thus the category 8 rating. It's a perfectly good hotel if you have an understanding of Marriott's ranking system and realistic expectations for general costs in a popular resort town.

"Great stay at the Delta Royal Canadian in Banff"

Stayed two nights at this hotel in early April and were quite pleased. Clean and professionally run hotel. It is part of the Marriott family so you also get Marriott points. Our room was very nice sized with a fireplace and terrific king size bed. Coffee and tea in room. We ate dinner at their evergreen restaurant and were quite pleased with the service and food. A good place to stay if you don't want to pay the high priced banff springs prices and want a bigger room.


Not the best hotel I've stayed in but for its price - not bad - the sauna and pool are adequate but spotlessly clean and our room was spotlessly clean with good access to an ice machine so made up for the hotels slight sense of drab - I think it's because one expects a homely sort of luxury lodge - withblankets and fires - but the bar and restaurant are pretty characterless - modernised parts of an old building but for value for money - very reasonable - great daily busses all free to the ski slopes

"Comfortable Stay"

We were visiting Banff for the weekend. The staff were friendly and helpful. Our rooms were beautiful and clean. There is a pool and hottub on site. The bus stop is close by if you choose to leave your vehicle at the hotel.

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