Alberta 5, Waterton Park, (AB) - See map
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. It was named after Edward, Prince of Wales who later became King Edward VIII, in at attempt to persuade him to stay at the hotel during his Canadian tour of 1927, but the prince stayed at a nearby ranch instead.
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
- Lake or mountain view
- Free parking
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Royal Stewart Restaurant
- Gift shop