Our Lake Louise Hotel – Mountaineer Lodge

Our Lake Louise Hotel – Mountaineer Lodge

Mountaineer Lodge Hotel in Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada

People who choose to stay and visit Lake Louise envelop themselves in awe-inspiring scenery and explore the many peaks, valleys and lakes. You will experience the majestic wilderness without big crowds, independent and = locally owned restaurants, shops and boutiques, as well as fellow guests and locals who share your love of Lake Louise and Banff National Park.

Located in the village of Lake Louise, the Mountaineer Lodge is known for great accommodations and being one of the more affordable hotels in Lake Louise. The Lodge offers rooms and two bedroom suites as well as indoor hot tub, steam room, ski storage and free wireless internet.

The Mountaineer Lodge, in Lake Louise, AB
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www.mountaineerlodge.com
855.5.LOUISE (855-556-8473)

The Mountaineer Lodge Experience

Set amidst a pine forest, the Mountaineer Lodge has the feeling of a secluded mountain hideaway with the convenience of being in the Village of Lake Louise. The Mountaineer Lodge design echoes the surrounding landscapes and wilderness with natural materials and chalet style finishing.

The Mountaineer Lodge is a Lake Louise hotel accommodation welcoming guests for over 40 years. The Gulevich Family of Jasper, also operating the Mount Robson Inn, are pleased to welcome you to their Lake Louise hotel property.

What you can expect:

  • 78 accommodations ranging from standard rooms to multi-bedroom suites
  • Breakfast Room – Continental breakfast included in all reservations
  • Indoor hot tub and steam room
  • Queen, Two Queen, King Rooms and Suites – all have mini fridge (most also have microwave)
  • In-room coffee and tea, iron & ironing boards, clock radio, no telephones
  • Satellite television
  • Guest laundry area
  • Ski waxing room
  • Free parking
  • Free wireless internet
  • Lobby computer kiosk
  • Activity planning assistance and area attraction tickets

If you are thinking of staying in Lake Louise as well, check out our Canadian Rockies Road Trip (Two + Two = 20) Package for 20% savings when you stay with us in Lake Louise and Jasper, Alberta, Canada.

Visit Mountaineer Lodge Website or call direct 855.556.8473, local: 403.522.3844

Download the Icefields Parkway Travel Guide for an excellent map of Icefields Parkway, tips on traveling the Icefields Parkway, points of interest and general information on the Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada.

Location. Location. Location

Location. Location. Location.

When searching Lake Louise hotels you want to stay where you can make the most of your time in the Canadian Rockies, not spend more time traveling. Your search stops here. The Mountaineer Lodge is the ideal Lake Louise hotel home base. With so much to do in Banff National Park and the Lake Louise area, you are only minutes away from the area’s best hiking, skiing, attractions and activities.

The village of Lake Louise is 40 minutes drive north west of Banff, 2 hours from the Calgary airport and 2 ½ hours from Jasper National Park. Within walking distance of the Lodge is Lake Louise’s Samson Mall for shopping and dining. The world famous Lake Louise is a 5 minute drive or you can enjoy the beautiful scenery walking or biking to the Lake. World class Lake Louise Ski Resort is also a 5 minute drive for skiing in the winter and gondola sightseeing in the summer. Located nearby, Moraine Lake, with its indigo blue waters surrounded by the Valley of the Ten Peaks, is another one of Canada’s most iconic lakes. Lake Agnes tea house, Six Glaciers tea house and the Beehive are popular hikes that surround Lake Louise.

The Lake Louise Difference

The Lake Louise Difference

The Lake Louise area is for those seeking the grandest and purest of mountain experiences. It is a special place to connect with nature and the Canadian Rockies landscapes. From the sparkling blue waters of alpine lakes to impressive glacier-clad peaks, Lake Louise is the essence of the Rocky Mountains. Whether you are new to the mountains or have hiked many peaks, this protected area is Mecca for hiking, woodland walks, canoeing, white water rafting, rock climbing, sightseeing, gondola rides, and of course, wildlife viewing. Winter time means plenty of snow in Lake Louise but that doesn’t slow things down. Lake Louise Ski Resort kicks off its season in November with World Cup skiing. Popular winter activities include snow shoeing, cross country hiking, back country skiing, ice climbing, ice walks, skating and the famous Ice Magic ice carving competition in January.