Emerald Lake Lodge

Travel reviews
5 / 5 - 2 reviews

Services

  • kitchenette
    no
  • parking
    free
  • swimming pool
    no
  • Wi-Fi
    $
  • restaurant
    yes
  • gym
    yes
  • Charging station
    no
  • laundry
    no

Description

Emerald Lake Lodge is in perfect harmony with its natural surroundings. Nestled on the shores of Emerald Lake in Yoho National Park, one of the most beautiful corners of the Canadian Rockies, the lodge offers a peaceful escape just a few kilometres from Lake Louise.

Built of hand-hewn timber and featuring massive stone fireplaces, the lodge includes an elegant dining room, quiet reading and sitting rooms and a games room.

The lounge features an oak bar salvaged from a 1890s Yukon saloon. From upper and lower verandas, the vistas of surrounding mountainscapes are breathtaking. 
 

 

  • 85 rooms
  • Hot tub
  • Sauna
  • Bar/lounge
  • Gift shops
  • Pool table
  • Fireplace in the lobby
  • Patio
  • Non-smoking property
  • Walking trails

NB : There are no televisions or Internet access in any of the guest rooms, and there is no mobile phone reception in the entire area of Yoho National Park. However, there is Wi-Fi in the hotel lobby and a television in the games room.

Room type

Location

1 Emerald Lake Drive, Box 10, Field, (BC)

Travel reviews

Travel reviews

5 / 5 according to 2 reviews
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EXCEPTIONAL LODGE, INCREDIBLE VIEW ON THE LAKE

Anonymous Tuesday September 13, 2022

(Translated by Google) Best accommodation of our trip, beautiful place, very nice room with even a kettle
for the restaurant it is better to book but if you do not forget to worry there is the bar room which is open and which serves you the same dishes that is what we did; walk around the lake in the morning, you have extraordinary views, we would have liked to stay one more night to go around the lake and do the moraine lake

Exceptional place

Isabelle Trolliet Wednesday July 31, 2019

(Translated by Google) This is my favorite place, yes the hotel is old, but it's worth waking up in this setting

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