1. Banff Hot Springs Canada
Banff National Park lies on Alberta’s western border with British Columbia. The Banff Upper Hot Springs Canada welcomes about 300,000 visitors every year. The pool lies at an altitude of 5,200 and is the highest hot spring in Canada. You can read more about Banff National Park on the Parks Canada website.
The water is 100% natural mineral water. The pool temperature is at around 37-40 degrees Celsius. Guests have a beautiful view of Mount Rundle that lies across the valley stretching out in front of them. The Banff Upper Hot Springs is near the top of Mount Sulphur, which is about 4 kilometers south of the town of Banff.
This place has everything that you would need to have a memorable experience. It has an open gift shop to purchase souvenirs. It has a cafe that offers full-fledged meals along with a fantastic cup of coffee for the visitors. The Cave & Basin National Historic Site requires a Thermal Waters Pass. Rates of entry and other facilities can be found here. Go ahead, enjoy the rocky wonders of British Columbia!
2. Emerald Lake Lodge
3. Deer Lodge
Deer Lodge lies a five-minute walk from the shores of Lake Louise. It is a historic building, which follows the theme of old and rustic housing. The outdoor pool overlooks the Victoria Glacier. You can imagine, the view is simply amazing!
Step into the pool at night, so you can stargaze while you relax in the warm waters. The Caribou Lounge and the Mount Fairview Dining Room are the two restaurants at the lodge. The staff is amicable and welcoming, and for the location and convenience, it’s hard to beat Deer Lodge.
4. Fox Hotel
5. Fairmont Banff Springs
Castle in the Rockies was built in 1888. It is for those who are looking for a formal, royal experience and wouldn’t mind a good pocket pinch. There are two different pools. One is a 30m lap pool and a 19m hot pool for relaxing after a long day of exploration and discovery. The lake offers a breathtakingly mesmerizing view of the Bow Valley. It is surrounded by Tunnel Mountain and Mount Rundle.
Fairmont Hot Springs
Lussier Hot Springs
Lussier Hot Springs lies inside Whiteswan Lake in British Columbia. Lussier Hot Springs have a gravel bottom. The hottest among Lussier Hot Springs has a temperature of 43 degrees celsius. Lussier Hot Springs have been naturally beside Lussier river. There is a changing room and toilet in the parking lot.
Harrison Hot Springs Resort
Harrison Hot Springs Resort is nestled in the gardens along Harrison Lake. Harrison Hot Springs Resort is plush, relaxing, and pet-friendly. You can stay in cottages and suites with scenic views at Harrison Hot Springs Resort. You can have breakfast at the Lakeside Cafe or Islands Bar. Harrison Hot Springs Resort is also a beautiful location for weddings and parties.
6. Sunshine Mountain Lodge
You drive into most hotels but this one is special. You take a twenty-minute gondola ride to the hotel after reaching the base parking lot of the hotel. And the gondola ride is the only way that you can contact the hotel premises in the summer and winter months. The location is of ultimate convenience. It is recommended especially for people skiing at the Sunshine Village.
7. Moose Hotel and Suites
8. Mountain Spa, Banff
9. Radium Hot Springs Banff
The sheer awesomeness of the Radium Hot Springs Banff deserves mention on this list. Radium Hot Springs Banff is about a one-and-a-half-hour drive from Banff to here. It does count as relatively close. But the experience makes all the traveling worth it.
Radium Hot Springs Banff is Canada’s largest mineral hot springs pool. Radium Hotsprings Banff has a more relaxed swimming pool at the premises should you decide to cool it off, or just take a few laps to polish those tired feet. The water at Radium Hot Springs Banff has a lot of essential minerals in it, and it makes up for a truly enriching experience. Along with the Radium Hot Springs Banff, the town of Radium itself is a treat to wander along. Please keep Radium Hot Springs Banff on your itinerary!
A lot of the places are from the World War 2 era, and it can be a significant detour should you choose to make it.