Located near the shores of world-famous Lake Louise in the Canadian Rocky Mountains of Banff National Park, Paradise Lodge & Bungalows is a family run cabins and hotel business steeped in mountain history. The hotel/lodge and adjacent cabins have been owned and operated by the Pedersen family for more than 50 years.
Today the facility boasts newly renovated, luxurious cabins as well as spacious hotel suites which are as well-appointed as they are cozy. In updating the lodge facilities to contemporary standards of comfort and convenience, the operators of Paradise Lodge have not compromised any of the charm of the original facility. Log construction and natural materials are in evidence everywhere to complement the look and feel of the spectacular peaks and forests that surround the lodge & cabins. Visitors continue to enjoy the warm ambience of the historic main lodge and the riot of colours evident in the flower gardens. The verdant grounds are a pleasure to walk through and, of course, the magnificent Canadian Rockies form a breathtaking backdrop to everything.
Cozy, clean & incredibly cute!
Spotless! Every detail looked after! EXCELLENT LOCATION. Stay here, don't even entertain any other accommodations. Quaint, well manicured property looks just like the pictures. Lake Louise is 5 minutes up the road. Lake Moraine is 10 minutes away. The benefit of staying here is the central location to these waters. Emerald Lake in Yoho is 25 minutes away. The shuttle transfer to Moraine is only a few feet away or you can be up at the crack of dawn to try for a parking spot at the lake. You can walk to Lake Louise in the other direction. Staying here gives you the opportunity to navigate the tourist buses. We were the first to Moraine Lake in the morning and enjoyed Lake Louise at night, missing the unpleasant crowds both places and enjoying the serenity of our beautiful landscapes. Upon arrival we were checked in by the owner. During our conversation we found out we grew up within a few miles of one another in Ontario (and knew several of the same people). This is a private, family, Canadian owned location.
I would highly recommend staying here to anyone that is looking at Lake Louise. It's close to restaurants but far enough away to feel secluded. The cabins were incredibly cute. They had free breakfast bars/oatmeal and coffee. We had no issue with the check-in and the hospitality was great. The front desk gave us a ton of suggestions that were welcome. Again, you HAVE to check this place out!