Banff Rocky Mountain Resort Coupons and Deals
The Fine Print
Limit 2 per customer, additional as gifts; up to 2 vouchers may be combined to extend stay • Only valid for stays September 8 - December 12, 2013 • Friday and Saturday stays pay an additional $20 fee • Reservations required and subject to availability • Not valid toward existing or room block reservations • Voucher includes one bottle of wine upon arrival; $10 lunch credit at Peppers Bar & Deli (valid for dining from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.); two $20 dinner credits to be used separately at Wild Bill's Legendary Saloon, The Keg Steakhouse & Bar, Chili's Grill & Bar, The Meatball Pizza & Pasta, Peppers Bar & Deli, or the Wildfire Grill (valid after 4 p.m.) • Nights must be spent consecutively; all inclusions must be redeemed during one stay • Voucher valid for 2 guests; additional guests may be added based on availability and at an additional cost • Merchant cancellation/rescheduling policy and fees apply once booking is made; voucher subject to forfeiture • Taxes/resort fee not included; payable directly to the property • Incidental charges, charges for additional services and gratuity at the property are not included • Upgrades available; please inquire with merchant at time of booking reservation • The promotional value is valid only for date range purchased and may not be exchanged or redeemed for any other dates • Blackout date(s): October 11–13, 2013
The Destination Nicknamed the "Sleeping Buffalo" for its uncanny resemblance to a snoozing bison, Alberta's Tunnel Mountain is anything but tired. A prime destination for hikers and skiers, the mountain's easy grade and close proximity to Banff make the site a life source for nature enthusiasts. Originally marked as Siding 29 on the Canadian Pacific Railway, Banff was designed as a tourist town from the start. Set in the shadow of the Rockies, the town is located within the borders of Banff National Park—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—and offers a slower and more relaxed pace compared to its glitzy Park City and Aspen counterparts. The Digs Minutes from downtown Banff and surrounded by the towering peaks of Canada's oldest national park, Banff Rocky Mountain Resort sits amid eight acres of private parkland and features a host of on-site amenities: an indoor swimming pool, an indoor and an outdoor hot tub, a fitness club with sauna, tennis and squash courts, Peppers Bar & Deli, complimentary parking and Wi-Fi, and a free shuttle into town. Each 340-square-foot Junior Suite is fit with all the amenities of home, among them a cozy fireplace and sitting area with a flat-screen TV, a queen or two double beds, and a mini fridge.
Top Reasons to Stay at Banff Rocky Mountain Resort It’s situated in the heart of Banff National Park, close to skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and rock climbing in the Canadian Rockies. Wood-burning fireplaces, full kitchens, and separate living rooms are standard in the resort’s one-bedroom condos. You can enjoy fresh coffee, sandwiches, and mountain views on the outdoor patio at the onsite Pepper’s Bar and Deli. Your stay includes a complimentary bottle of wine, two-for-one margaritas at Chili’s in downtown Banff, and, for purchasers of Option 1, a $25 credit toward a one-hour massage at Red Earth Spa. Feel free to make use of outdoor squash and tennis courts (extra fees) or simply relax in the indoor pool and hot tub. The resort’s free shuttle takes you into downtown Banff, with hourly departures between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. Banff, Alberta: Tiny Town in the Canadian Rockies with Year-Round Outdoor Activities The tiny mountain town of Banff is ringed by rugged peaks and dense pine forests in the heart of the Canadian Rockies, about 90 minutes west of Calgary. The town is just minutes away from year-round outdoor activities at Banff National Park. The park encompasses 2,564 square miles of snow-capped mountains, coniferous forests, and glacial lakes that are a shocking shade of blue; US News & World Report called Banff one of the best national parks in the world. In the winter, skiing is the area’s big draw, with three ski resorts totaling nearly 300 runs. Once the snow melts, you can still enjoy the brisk mountain air on miles of hiking and mountain-biking trails such as Stoney Squaw Summit, an uphill route that wends through dense forests to a stunning mountain vista. Another popular attraction—Banff Upper Hot Springs—is open to the public all year long. The mineral-rich waters, which stay at a constant 98 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit, are part of the highest hot-springs system in Canada. Downtown Banff is a bustling commercial center filled with independent shops. A slew of bars and restaurants serve bison, venison, and elk. The sparkling Bow River winds through town; take a stroll along the Bow River Falls trail and you’ll get up-close views of the cascading waters. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.