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Best Cheap Vacation Condo & House Rental Deals near Banff

What Are The Well Liked Rental Amenities in Banff?

Top Rental Amenities in Banff

Above shows the popular amenities in Banff and the number of the rental properties associated with each amenity. In Banff, 482 rentals offer Internet or Wifi, 480 rentals offer TV, 454 rentals offer Parking Available. So, if you need Internet or Wifi during your vacation, use the Internet or Wifi filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Garden or Backyard, Pets Friendly.

Which Price Range Is Considered As A Good Deal in Banff Area?

Vacation Condo & House Rental Price Information in Banff

The graph shows the percentages of vacation homes in each price bucket. Banff has the largest percentage (24.27%) of homes in $200 - $250 price range.
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How Many Accommodations Are Pets Allowed in Banff?
Percentage of Pet Friendly Rental Properties in Banff
8.72% of vacation homes in Banff are pet friendly. Either you bring your loved pets on vacation or you have pet allergies, make sure to select the homes by applying the right filters.
What Are The Must-Visit Places in Banff?
Points of Interests In Banff
When you have only limited times to spend in Banff, we highly recommend you to visit those famous places: Surprise Corner Viewpoint, Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Bow Falls Viewpoint, Banff Visitor Centre, Town Of Banff, Banff Town Sign, Banff Pedestrian Bridge, Marsh Loop Trailhead, Central Park, Cascade of Time Garden, Banff Gondola, Canada House Gallery, Banff Rotary Park, Buffalo Nations Museum, 弓河觀賞點, Historic Luxton Home Museum, Mount Rundle Trailhead, The Harmon Residence, St. Mary's Parish, Banff, Alberta Canada, Banff Off-Leash Dog Park.
What are the travel peak seasons in Banff?
Peak Seasons

Banff town has experienced a subpolar climate, the temperature in winter is generally from − 13.3° to − 0.2° C while the temperature in summer is in the range of 7.3° C to 21.6° C. The average annual snowfall is 191.0 cm (75.2 in). All seasons are suitable for tourism.

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in Banff?
Hidden Gems

Bow River: the bow river waterfall, famous for the location of Marilyn Monroe's film No Return, is a popular attraction for many fans. The Bow River passes through the town from west to east. Under the canyon near the hot spring hotel, it forms a wide waterfall - Bow River waterfall. The waterfall is wide but not high. There are black pebbles on the beach, without any extra color. The black stone and white water form an interesting contrast.

What are the must-visit places in Banff?
Must See Attractions

Banff National Park

Banff National Park, located in the northern part of the Rockies, is the oldest national park in Canada. It is one of the three earliest national forest parks in the world, along with Yellowstone National Forest Park next door and Royal Australian park in Oceania. Banff Park covers an area of 6641 square kilometers. The park is covered with glaciers, hot springs, pine forests, and lakes. There are a variety of animals and plants, many of which are endangered species. It is difficult to see other places, such as hot spring snails.

Sulfur Mountain: the invincible cable car and the hot spring backed by "big tree" are the core competitiveness of sulfur mountain, which has attracted numerous tourists. The sulfur mountain is 2280 meters above sea level. Standing on the top of the mountain, you can have a panoramic view of Banff National Park, including a green coniferous forest nearby, a snowy mountain peak ahead, a panoramic view of the ice lake with only a corner on the ground, and even Banff street in the distance.

Banff Town: Banff town is surrounded by mountains. No matter which street you are on, you can see the mountains ahead, the green trees, and the accumulated ice and snow. There are a lot of tourists in the town, but it is still very quiet and clean. The center of the town is Banff street, Central Avenue. Other streets are named after bison, elk, bear, and other animals. 

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Banff?
Local Events & Festivals

Banff Festival: opera, symphony, ballet, and drama performances are held in Banff Art Center every year, which is one of the largest arts activities in North America.

Banff Winter Festival: Held in the last week of January, winter fun will last for six days. Take part in the cross-country skiing loop race or the cardboard open, even the Iron Chef cooking competition and the famous spelling bee.

Lake Louise Pond Hockey Classic: in the most beautiful Banff National Park on the earth, Lake Louise holds an exciting Lake hockey competition. Whether you are on the ice or gathered with the crowd to cheer for your favorite team, the scene will surely be unforgettable for you.

What are the nightlife spots in Banff?
Nightlife Spots

Elk & Oarsman Restaurant & Bar: bar meal, delicious food, and good service.

St James's Gate Iris Pub: rich in wine and delicious in taste.

How to plan 1 or 2 or 3-day trip itineraries in Banff?
Trip Planning

Day 1: The Last Spike - Upper Hot Spring - Banff Town.

Day 2: Banff Town - Lake Louise.

What are the activities in Banff that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

Upper Hot Spring: Sulfur mountain hot spring is open 24 hours a year, which is another place in Banff Park you can't miss in winter. It is said that the sulfur spring is rich in minerals and hydrogen sulfide, and it is effective in treating rheumatism. 

Lake Louise: in the major Geographic magazines, Lake Louise, which is highly featured, originates from the Victoria glacier. The green and tranquil lake is more beautiful and moving in the light of the Rockies and the Victoria Glacier. The green and clear water of the lake looks like an emerald inlaid in the Rockies.

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Banff?
Art & Culture Places

Banff Park Museum: located in the center of Banff Town, Banff National Park, Canada, on the south end of Banff street, beside the bridge on the Bow River. The museum mainly displays some specimens of animals, plants, and minerals related to Banff National Park, most of which are the specimens of animals and birds in the Rockies, and the giant grizzly bear is the most striking specimen.

How to get around in Banff?

Train: Rocky Mountaineer Vacations provides train access between Banff and Vancouver.

Long-distance Bus: both Calgary city and Calgary International Airport have buses directly to Banff town and Lake Louise village.

Self-drive: Banff National Park is located in the Rocky Mountains in Alberta, 128 kilometers west of Calgary, 401 kilometers southwest of Edmonton.

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