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The Banff Y Mountain Lodge offers affordable accommodation in a unique downtown location. Set on the banks of the Bow River The Banff Y Mountain Lodge allows guests to marvel in the beauty of the World’s Greatest National Park as well as enjoy downtown Banff Avenue, which is only a 5 minute walk-away.

Effective April 1st 2014 all room bookings will be subject to a 2% Tourism Improvement Fee (T.I.F). This charge which will be used to enhance the experience of visitors like yourself by funding destination initiatives including special events, heritage programs, and improvements of information centres.

High Season Dates: March 23rd – April 6 2014, April 18th – 21st 2014, May 22nd – Sept 2014, 2014, October 10th – 13th 2014, December 19th – January 1st 2015.

Standard Room

1DFB RoomsOne double bed with private bathroom per night.
Sunday – Thursday : From $73
Weekend : From $91

 

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Economy – Hall Bathroom

1DNB RoomsOne double bed with hall bathroom per night. (Maximum of 2 rooms sharing a bathroom)

Sunday – Thursday : From $57
Weekend : From $75

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Standard Double Room

2DFB RoomsTwo double beds with private bathroom.

Sunday – Thursday : From $83
Weekend : From $104

Extra Adults $10 per person per night.
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Economy Double Room – Hall Bathroom

2DNB RoomsTwo double beds with hall bathroom.


Sunday – Thursday : From $67
Weekend : From $87

Extra Adults $10 per person per night.

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Family Room

312 Post Web RoomsTwo double beds, pullout sofa bed, private bathroom & fridge.

Sunday – Thursday : From $105
Weekend : From $125

Extra $10 Extra per person.
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Dormitory Accommodation

Saved After Drowning 277 e1354917438698 Rooms  From $32.00 per night
Price includes fresh sheets, blankets & pillows.

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Effective April 1st 2014 all room bookings will be subject to a 2% Tourism Improvement Fee (T.I.F). This charge which will be used to enhance the experience of visitors like yourself by funding destination initiatives including special events, heritage programs, and improvements of information centres.

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