Located within the boundaries of Banff National Park, the Juniper Hotel Banff offers great accommodations and spectacular views of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The hotel is situated at the base of the Mount Norquay which gives guests of the hotel a south facing view of the mountains and Vermillion Lake.
Juniper Hotel Banff was once known as the Timberline Lodge but after extensive renovations the name was change. This was one of the first hotels in Canada to feature what is referred to as an Art Eco design. Existing materials from the old Timberline Lodge were used to create the new hotel. The Juniper Hotel Banff offers guests a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life where you can relax and truly enjoy your surroundings. This is a pet friendly hotel, but guests must pay a pet deposit upon checking into the hotel.
The Juniper Hotel Banff itself has fifty-two hotel rooms that range from pet friendly rooms, the efficiency units with kitchenette to suites and wheelchair accessible rooms. Each room is decorated with wood accents, warm colours and a great deal of natural light. There is an outdoor hot tub where guests can relax while they look at the beautiful Rockies. Each room features free wireless internet, complimentary local calls, cd players and mini fridges. You will also find satellite television and upgraded bathroom facilities. Guestrooms will either have two double or queen beds or a king bed with an additional sofa bed. If you are looking to upgrade you might want to consider booking the Healy Creek and Sundance Suite. This is a studio style suite that has a king size bed, luxurious bedding and a bar top mini bar. You can stand out and look at the mountains on your private over-sized balcony.
Within the Juniper Hotel Banff there is a mountain inspired bistro. The bistro offers guests a relaxing place to grab something to eat and to social with family and friends. All of the food served at the restaurant is inspired by the Bow Valley and the prairie grasslands. There are seasonal changes made to the dining schedule and there are times throughout the year that breakfast is served in addition to lunch and dinner or the dining hours may be changed. Reservations are required on the weekends and the dining room is often fully booked on Saturday evenings particularly in peak tourist seasons.
The Juniper Hotel Banff would make the perfect location for wedding ceremonies and receptions. To find out more about weddings and reception ideas you will need to contact the hotel. There is a staff member that deals only with booking and creating the most memorable wedding experience. You can also inquire about having your wedding reception at this hotel by booking filling out a form online and someone will contact you. You can also sign up for a newsletter and email notifications where hotel will send you information when they are offering discounts and wedding packages to guest who book at certain times of the year.