Rustic mountain lodging awaits you at this historic lodge in Banff National Park.
With much of its original hand-hewn log structure and decor still in place, Deer Lodge is the classic definition of rustic mountain accommodations.
Looking for a quiet retreat with dazzling views, delicious cuisine and attentive staff – Deer Lodge has it all. Located just minutes by foot from the enchanting Lake Louise, this century old property has seen substantial restoration of its early architecture. Think intimate rooms with inviting feather comforters and historic furniture.
Deer Lodge is just minutes away from world famous Lake Louise. The lodge is a testament to a bygone era, and retains much of its original hand hewn log structure and decor. Built in 1923 as a teahouse, the lodge officially opened as a hotel in 1925. Deer Lodge was completely renovated, restored and winterized in 1985. It is beloved by international and local guests for its unique rustic mountain accommodation.
In all, these charming elements are the reason so many repeat visitors, local and international, can’t seem to get enough of our mountain property.
Interested in doing a self-guided walking tour of Lake Louise? Check out this brochure of places to stop and see, and learn more about this historic area! Learn More
Looking for something truly unique and magical to do this winter?
Winter brings some of the best cross country skiing in the world to the Canadian Rockies! Trails abound around Banff, Lake Louise and Field, British Columbia. Learn more about cross country skiing in the Rockies.
For those looking to explore the area visit our activities page to learn about all the summer, fall, winter and spring activities available in the area.
Deer Lodge won Gold in both 2014 and 2015. Led by Wine Director, Brad Royale, the lists feature an outstanding collection of the world’s finest wines, including Canadian VQA selections.
Set just minutes from the dazzling sprawl of Lake Louise, Deer Lodge offers guests an intimate, cosy stay in a century-old building amidst the beautiful scenery of the Lake Louise region.
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