Banff Ptarmigan Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsBanff Ptarmigan Inn
Great rooms, comfortable beds, clean, great full breakfast included. Only thing possible negative about the room was there was no air conditioning, but we were here the end of June and were using heat, not air conditioning, anyway.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Banff Ptarmigan Inn
Travel Blogs from Banff
...new heights we're gaining every day. (modified from a hymn)
Today was about going up (and down). We were off to the Lake Agnes Tea House! Now, that may not sound like much of a destination to you, but it is an accomplishment (at least for me!). The Lake Agnes Tea House sits at 7000+ feet above sea level on the shore of Lake Agnes just …
We left Calgary early this morning, planning for a full day at Banff National Park along the Continental Divide in the Canadian Rockies. The drive into and through the park resulted in several stops for pictures and an "exhausted" battery pack in my camera, I took so many pictures! In addition to mountain pictures, we stopped to see a bear eating …
... who sold us the spray calmly responded that she always had a can with her when we made enquiries about her bear encounters, but that she had never had any cause to use it. Chelle mentally relaxed a moment hearing that until she followed up with "but my boss has had to use hers 3 times". OK then, give me the best can of bear spray that you have then please!!
We’d endeavoured to arrive at Johnson Canyon at ...
... has given all of us a sense of what life was like pre-electricity. Skoki is really popular during the winter too and we talked about how the ski-ers would have to light the wood burner in the cabin and how it would be dark so early then. We found it was light til very late. Which made trips to the outhouse across the camp much easier!
Tomorrow we would be making the return 11k hike down the mountain and hoped we had rested up enough that it would be a doddle!!
... Monroe dined there when it was a tea room during the making of a movie in Banff, River of No Return. Morne was instrumental in getting it going and manages the operations. All the supplies have to be taken up in the chairlift, and the water supply is from tanks. We had a fantastic meal with a great selection of food prepared by the ...