Decorated in an authentic mountain style with log furnishings, Brewster’s has a genuine Canadian feel which is highlighted by historic photos from the Brewster family and cowboy art throughout the lodge.
Central Location - In the heart of downtown Banff, just one block from Banff Avenue, Brewster’s Mountain Lodge enjoys a great location almost next to the shops, bars and restaurants of this vibrant town.
From this central location, the free ski shuttle bus stops just a few steps away from the hotel and whisks skier to Mount Norquay, Banff Sunshine and Lake Louise.
Free Breakfast - A continental breakfast is included and is served in the Bird’s Nest Breakfast Room each morning.
Facilities- Guests also have access to a hot tub and sauna and can also spend time exploring the variety of boutiques on the lobby floor.
Rooms range from standard, with two queen beds, to deluxe which offers more space, a jet bath tub, seating area and fridge as well as the option of a queen, double queen or king bed configuration. Suites are also available for groups of up to 6. All rooms feature a TV, phone, kettle with free tea and coffee, hairdryer, bath, shower and WC. There is also free Wifi access throughout the hotel.
Rooms range from standard hotel rooms to Brewster’s Suites
Skiing and Snowboarding in Banff
A huge and guaranteed annual snowfall provides this vast variety of terrain with a world famous reputation of enjoyable skiing for all abilities. From glacier carved bowls to remote powder chutes and challenging mogul fields, the world-class ski and snowboard schools will help you to conquer it all.
The ski hill closest to Banff is found at Mount Norquay, a 10 -15 minute ride on the regular shuttle buses from town and various hotels.
Multiple Mountains – Banff is the town at the heart of a trinity of ski mountains, each with it’s own unique charm. Lake Louise, Banff Sunshine and Mt Norquay are all well worth visiting on your trip.
Wildlife – It’s not uncommon to see a majestic elk wandering down the snowy main street in Banff. Being within a National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site means the flora and fauna take precedence… skiers are merely guests in their backyard.
The Choice – A brilliant ski town needs a variety of accommodation and Banff has just that; from the uncomplicated home-style simplicity of Brewster’s Lodge to the 5 star luxury of Fairmont Banff Springs.