Canmore Rocky Mountain Inn Hotel Reviews
When it comes to Canmore, Alberta hotels or hotels near Canmore, the Canmore Rocky Mountain Inn has everything you could ever need for a relaxing time away in the Rocky Mountains. Feel free to browse through our travel reviews and see what our past guests have to say about our hotel accommodation, amenities, staff, and services.
Our Travel Reviews
“A friend and I stayed in the deluxe jacuzzi suite. It was perfect for an after snowshoeing morning. Jacuzzi, fireplace, couches, full kitchen. Door straight to outside from our room also made it easy bringing our luggage in. It was clean, quiet. The hotel is a little older but so quaint and cozy, fireplace in the lobby, coffee always on. I’d highly recommend it. And I’d definitely stay again.” - meljenks32 Red Deer, AB Canada
“I stayed in a one bedroom suite for 5 nights and found it very enjoyable. The building is clearly older than most inns you'll be familiar with, but everything was clean and in good working order. The staff were always most helpful and the afternoon wine tastings in the lobby were a good opportunity to make friends.” - ScannerGFlorida, Miami, Florida
“Canmore is a much nicer (and cheaper) place to stay, firstly the mountain views from the hotel rooms are amazing. We arrived and there was a fresh layer of snow across the whole town, our room balcony has about 6 inches of snow on it and stayed for a few days. Check in was easy. With the massive fire place in reception you never want to leave. They have free wine every night and a pretty good continental breakfast each morning with Pancakes, muffins, bagels with cold meats and cereal coffee etc. loads of parking and easy access to town or the highway.” - Abaker25, Anchorage, Alaska
“Walking into the main entrance is nice as it is lined with cut wood for the fire place (the smell of the cut wood just adds to the mountain setting). There is a large sitting area by the front desk which also has a large fire place, multiples sitting areas and table, a giant chess board and even a piano if you are wanting to entertain other guests. There is complimentary lemon water and coffee out all day. Between 5-6 there is a free wine for all guests (legal drinking age in Alberta is 18).” - AStriefler, Calgary, Canada