The Prince of Wales is an iconic historic hotel in Waterton, Alberta, built by the Great Northern Railway in 1926-1927 to attract American tourists during the Prohibition era. Perched on the bluff above Waterton, the Prince of Wales offers its guest unparalleled views of Upper Waterton Lake and the surrounding mountains.
- 86 rooms
- Gift shop
- 1 queen bed or 1 twin bed and 1 double bed
- Mountain view
- 1 king bed
- Lake view
Alberta 5, Waterton Park, (AB)
(Translated by Google) Picturesque and well-located hotel, but pass the nice and historical side, the comfort is not there. The rooms are not very nice and you feel like you are with roommates.
In addition, it was mentioned that parking was free, but at check out we were asked for 25 dollars. Not cool.