Banff's Best Mountain View Hotel
The Juniper Hotel sits at the foot of Mount Norquay. You look out to majestic mountain ranges, the Bow Valley, Banff AB town site and Vermilion Lakes. The only hotel north of the TransCanada highway, the Juniper offers spectacular views and the woodland wilderness setting you expect in Banff National Park.
Experience Banff National Park in the mind through learning, the body through movement and the soul through memories.
The Juniper's location in the Cascade Wildlife Corridor offers outstanding opportunities for viewing elk, deer, bear, coyote, pine martens and hundreds of species of birds in the nearby area. Also on our doorstep are all of Banff's outdoor activities: hiking; biking; alpine and cross country skiing; snowshoeing; skating; canoeing; rock climbing; bird watching; and, star gazing. To complement your outdoor experience there are a number of enticing indoor activities: The Banff Centre; Whyte Museum; Buffalo Nations Museum; and, multiple art galleries.
Beyond a Boutique Hotel
The Juniper is welcoming, interesting place to be. The hotel has fifty guest rooms and two chalets with wood burning fireplaces. The stylish interior celebrates natural elements like Rocky Mountain Rundlestone and reclaimed timbers. Canadian artwork graces the hallways. Interpretative displays share the stories of early peoples and mountaineering history.
Guests enjoy a full service bistro and lounge, year round outdoor hot tub, on site walking trails, ski storage, wedding venues and wedding services, meeting facilities as well as inspiring mountain views.
The Juniper is a pet-friendly hotel. It is also Banff's first bike-friendly.
The hotel's meeting facility near Banff can welcome up sixty people for productive, engaging sessions. As a wedding venue up to one hundred guests can enjoy the ultimate setting for a Rocky Mountain wedding. For both types of events the Juniper's Bistro provides an incredible dining experience.
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