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Num-Ti-Jah Lodge

Highway 93 North Icefields Parkway, Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta T0L 1E0 Canada
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#4 of 4 lodges in Lake Louise
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Num-Ti-Jah Lodge overlooks one of the most dramatic scenes in the Canadian Rockies. Out of Bow Lake the mountains rise steep and rugged. The blue ice of Crowfoot Glacier hangs suspended over the turquoise water. To the west, the craggy peaks of the Great Divide tower over Bow Glacier.Num-Ti-Jah Lodge is located 40 kilometres north of Lake Louise on Highway 93 in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. We are a three hour drive from the Calgary International Airport.
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3.0 of 5 stars
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Historic Hotel
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Highway 93 North Icefields Parkway, Lake Louise, Banff National Park, Alberta T0L 1E0 Canada
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Skislikeagirl wrote a review Oct 2012
Calgary, Canada155 contributions71 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
I have traveled the Icefields Parkway for years both personally and professionally and have always been intrigued by the little red roofed lodge by the lake. The location is incomparable...not even the Fairmont Lake Louise can match it! I loved the size of the lodge and the coziness. We stayed here simply to be closer to the mountains. We had a big hike planned and to have driven from Calgary would have cost us precious time and daylight. Num-Ti-Jah did not disappoint. I read only two reviews before I wrote this, and having worked in the travel industry for many, many years I know how to read between the lines. People who complain about kettles not being in the room are obviously British and people who complain about the food, always complain about the food.
I have long known the history of this hotel and I love it. All heritage hotels can use some work, even the Fairmonts! This hotel has paper thin walls, but that's nothing a set of earplugs can't fix. A well seasoned traveler doesn't leave home without them! The rooms have everything you need, and a gorgeous view. The restaurant is wonderful! I have been dreaming of the roasted pork loin ever since! And the staff are friendly and attentive.
The other important reason that we booked here over anywhere else in Lake Louise is the price. The hotels in the Canadian Rockies are expensive. That's all there is to it. Num-ti-Jah Lodge was less than the rest. And we were closer to all of the wonderful hiking. The only other choice would have been a very cold tent at a very cold campground.
I would stay here again in a heartbeat!
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Date of stay: October 2012
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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naper_travel_queen wrote a review Aug 2005
Illinois8 contributions19 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Just returned from 12 days of exploring the Canadian Rockies with our 3 children. We stayed at Num-Ti-Jah for 2 nights based on a recommendation from a friend. This is not the place for those who expect 4 star accomodations. It is a rustic hunting lodge with quite an interesting history. Truth be known, I was skeptical when we checked in and went to our room. As previously mentioned, the bathroom was very small and in need of an upgrade, however, keep in mind that you are staying in a historic hunting lodge, not the Ritz. The beds were very comfortable and the room was large enough for our family. The view was fabulous - Bow Lake is truly amazing to behold! One of the things we loved best about the lodge were the common rooms. We really enjoyed spending the evening playing pool, reading, playing games and enjoying the setting. We found the staff to be so incredibly accomodating and pleasant to talk to. What a great group of people working there! They recommended some hikes to go on that our family just loved.

As far as dinner goes, we did the appetizer, dinner, dessert one of the evenings. It was great to enjoy appetizers and wine alone while our kids were playing pool; we all ate dinner together, and the kids are still talking about the Chocolate Fondue for dessert. We came to Num-Ti-Jah from Emerald Lake Lodge which is also in a beautiful setting. We found the service, food and prices to be much better at Num-Ti-Jah...we did not have any attitude issues with any of the Num-Ti-Jah staff. All in all we loved the place and would definitely return. If you're looking for a place to go with an interesting history and rustic charm, you will be well served to visit Num-Ti-Jah!
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Date of stay: August 2004
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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hockeymom4evr wrote a review Mar 2012
Edmonton31 contributions95 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
I have been through the Icefields Parkway more times than I can count. It is one of my favourite places on earth.

Last September, we decided to splurge and booked a night at this Lodge. It was wonderful to be able to enjoy the scenery for more than an hour. Usually we stop, walk around, and head off again.

That being said, I would not return to this lodge. WAY overpriced for the quality of room you receive. As most others have said, the walls are very thin and the rooms need a complete overhaul.

I would give it a 10 for the view but the lodge itself was barely a 3. Very disappointing.
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Date of stay: September 2011
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: There are better accommodations on the Icefield Parkway
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tgaty wrote a review Oct 2023
portland, oregon4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
The lodge has been completely renovated and is a delight to stay in. The location is spectacular, offering beautiful views of not only Bow Lake but the mountains surrounding the Lake. The Lodge has been renovated with an homage to it's interesting and historical past . The artwork that graces the walls were painted by either local artists or by individuals who were artist-in-residence when that program existed at the Lodge. The hosts, Bruce and Allison, have had 25 years experience running the Ohara Lake Lodge, one of Canada's premier back country lodges. They were wonderful hosts, and the rest of the staff were equally gracious and helpful. The food was excellent and the dining experience, which seats all the guests family-style at large tables, meant you got to meet and talk with a variety of interesting people. The wines were excellent also, pairing wondering with the entrees. So if you are planning a visit to the incredibly beautiful Banff/Jasper area you will find no better place to stay.
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Date of stay: September 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Bring your hiking boots and poles as there is great hiking either from the Lodge or nearby.
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Getting The Fax wrote a review June 2023
New York City, New York9 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Lake. Louise is just not my scene although that’s where we were staying warm. We took a ride down the road or rather app and came across a gorgeous lake that looks like a mini lake Louise and there we found the magical lodge. I felt like I was in a western movie, not to mention that I got to experience a lake and ice peaked mountain without anyone in sight. I even took a swim I. The frigid waters.
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Date of stay: July 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Take a steam in the hot after a frigid seom. Check out the pens.
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KBTim wrote a review July 2005
Alameda, CA2 contributions13 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Travelers beware!!!! - In the Canadian Rockies, next to an exquisite lake named Bow Lake, there lies a tourist trap in the name of Num Ti Jah Lodge. It is the only lodge within 50 kilometers, so if you are bone tired and just can not drive anymore, then you have no choice but to stay over. If you have the stamina, however, I strongly advise you keep driving and stay elsewhere.
Our room was $280 canadian, high season. Our welcome into the room was a bottle of water with a tag on it saying " Please Enjoy!" Fine, if you want to spend another $4.50 for a bottle of water, which in my opinion should have been complimentary, considering what we were paying for the night. While the main room was spacious, and the beds seemed large and comfortable, the wash room was tiny and poorly put together. Measuring about 6 feet by 4 1/2 feet in which the management has squeezed in a cheap tin shower, circa 1960, a funky wash basin and a toilet. The floor is the thinnest quality of linoleum and the mirror I could have purchased at a five and dime store. As a man with wide shoulders I found that I "just" fit between the exposed copper piping of the shower and the cheap exposed white washed chip board walls. Our "Lake view" was through a window that measured approx. 1 1/2 feet wide by 4 feet tall, the only problem was that the window was in an alcove that was slightly larger than the window. If you wanted a view it had to be you and only you standing up to see it. No place for a chair.
I over heard some Austrailian travelers talking about how dissapointed they were by their own room. I also heard the front desk attendant tell them, in an attempt to make them feel better I think, that they were lucky that they were not in room 12. If they had been, they would have found themselves stepping over the toilet to get into the shower!!!?. I happened to look into an unused room across the hall and found that the room was actually better layed out than our room. The other room had exposed white washed chip board walls instead of the wood paneling that we had in the our main room, a view of the mountains and a larger wash room. We were not told of it's availability, we were sold on the "Great Lake View".
Pass on the fixed price dinner - $50. Our "dinning experience" consisted of going into the great Library for appetizers - crackers with a small slice of salmon on them, soup and salad ( which were actually good). From the library we walked over three rooms to the "Dining Room" for our entree - mediocre at best. Only to return to the library for our dessert (which again was tastey). My question was, "Why bother with all the moving around???" Just for the "Experience"? Before dinner, I asked the proprietor about possible dining at the Crossroads up the road a ways. The only answer I could get from him was " They do an excellent job of catering to that market." That Market??? He would not say anything about what they had to offer or if it might be worth our while - I thought to myself "Stuck in a tourist trap with a burned out snob for a proprietor!" Great!
Oh, before I forget, bring your earplugs. Part of your charming, quaint mountain experience is going to be able to hear every word of your neighbors conversation as well as their toilet habits - CHARMING!! I have to wonder - what kind of budget goes into maintenance at the Num Ti Jah ? As the maintenance coordinator for a retreat and conference center, from what I saw I would have to answer - probably not much at all - I handed our "Proprietor" the the metal shower drain grate from our shower stall as we checked out. If you ask me Num Ti Jah should mean - Don't come back!. I certainley won't and I am warning all the people I can to "avoid the trap!!!
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Date of stay: July 2005
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Dream16473 wrote a review Oct 2004
Sheffield, UK2 contributions17 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Having read about the quaintness of Num-Ti-Jah Lodge, the reality was a disappointment. The setting was spectacular, but the lodge itself was distinctly down-at-heel, and a tasteful facelift is long overdue. Just because a piece of furniture is old does not mean it is an antique to be treasured and kept forever. Much of the furniture in the public areas was uncomfortable and rickety. There is nothing quaint about spending the evening sitting on an old settee that should have been consigned to the bonfire years ago. We had booked an inclusive package, and our 3 course dinner was as disappointing as the accommodation. Personally, I would rather sit at a dinner table in a dining room to eat all three courses, rather than perching on a settee with a plate on my knee for my starter and dessert. There was little choice of starters (salad or soup, I think), and just chocolate fondue for dessert. The main course choices were fine, but this hardly constitutes a gourmet meal. The room was adequate. It's not just the walls that are thin. If you get a room over the library, beware! If you go to bed while there are still other guests using it (and it is the main public area), you can't help but listen to the din of their voices in the room below.

With an injection of cash, this place could be memorable for all the right reasons. Sadly, it seems to be run on a shoestring, and it shows.
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Jerry P wrote a review Feb 2015
Hinton, Canada21 contributions31 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed here one night in the fall of 2014.
If you go into this with no expectations whatsoever you might not be as disappointed as we were.
We had wanted to stay here for a long time and based on the reviews we read, we thought it was going to be good at the very least. However we were very disappointed.
The food was just okay.
The rooms and the buildings are in great need of a complete do over.
The care takers seem to put very little effort into trying to make it better,which is very sad because it has such great history and so much potential.
The surroundings are absolutely stunning!
To go there for the hiking and to take in the beautiful scenery, its a 5 star for sure!
But to go there for the accommodation part of it, not so much.
We would give it a 2 star rating.
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Date of stay: August 2014
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Kristina009 wrote a review Feb 2014
West Kelowna, Canada33 contributions52 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I was very disappointed with the Num-Ti-Jah Lodge. I stayed there as a kid and had some great memories of the place, but I really regret going back last summer. I can't believe I had to pay $300 for a room with walls and a ceiling full of BATS!!

A short summary of the good and bad...

The bad:

- BATS! You could hear them in the walls and ceiling. It was awful. I went down to reception to let them know, and they were fully aware of the problem and thought it to be quite commonplace. After a discussion we were moved to another room and they specified they would not charge us for the "upgrade" for a lake view. Well, thanks?? No deductions were made in the overnight charge for BATS.

- You can hear EVERYTHING. Be prepared to hear other guests full conversations walking down the hall and in your room. I hope you are not a light sleeper, or enjoy any privacy.

- The place was RUN DOWN and poorly kept, the rooms were old and run down and I hope I never have to use one of those showers ever again.

- Completely and utterly overpriced. Yes, Banff is expensive but this was DAYLIGHT ROBBERY. You can find far nicer and cheaper accommodations many places in the park.

- The food was good, but again extortionate.

The good?

Bow Lake is BEAUTIFUL and we got to see it both during the day and at night.

I guess it's a historical place some would consider interesting to see, but walk in, have a look, even buy a souvenir, but then leave. DO NOT STAY!
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Date of stay: July 2013
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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CloverBelfast wrote a review Oct 2012
Belfast4 contributions17 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Having arrived in lake louise with out a reservation for the night we set about early in the morning time to book a room via the local tourist information centre, we where offered a choice of 2 places one being a motel back down bow valley parkway,or the Num-Ti-Jah lodge, were we would be a bit further up the road for the following morning, so we made a reservation for the night costing $320 plus taxes therefore we paid $360 for the night (room only)

Now I dont know about anyone else but when i pay this sort of money for a hotel I expect to get value for my money - this is not the case here. We had booked a lake view room ok we did have a view of the lake but just about, there was 2 small windows in the room that looked out to the lake if you looked side ways out the window you could see it.....

As for the over all appearance of the lodge yes the building itself was nice but they really could do a little tidying up outside they are charging the rate of a luxury hotel they should be providing guests with that, the outside was unkept they really could do with new surfaces on the carkpark, an some outside lighting. To us it seems they have spent the money on the downstairs and ran out of it for upstairs.... downstairs was lovely really warm cosy feeling, it was all wood with a large gas fire and all sorts of animal heads around the place, we didn't eat with them as but the food looked lovely coming past us, we were told we could get a drink up to 10pm then the bar would be closing....

When booking we were told they had no lift and the room was on first floor this wasn't a problem for us we took out of the car what we would need for the night and left the big cases in the car.

The bedroom was very old looking I remarked it was like a room in my granmothers house years ago.... very old furniture 2 double beds and a old bathroom suite, there was nothing else, no facilities at all in the room no television not even a kettle although they did offer tea and coffee downstairs for guests. To be truthful I wouldn't have been happy to pay any more than $50 for this room normally. Having to retreat to bed at 10.00pm we then realized just how old the building was as we could hear everything from the other rooms an I mean everything every word and noise that came from the other rooms we could hear it walls were paper thin, now it may be a historic building but im very sure you can do something about sound proofing the internal walls it really was a joke, oh yes i also forgot to mention how the windows were also single glazed with rotten frames and it was so cold outside it was even snowing when we were there, so it was a little chilli in the room, I actually was so afraid it wouldn't stop snowing and we would get stuck there for another night!

This place was so bad we decided to get up at 6.00am to leave the next morning, when we went downstairs the place was locked up and we found a note on the desk asking you to use the walkie talkie to get the manager in an emergency.... this really was the last straw for us they didn't even have a night person on duty! we would have just have left with out checking out only they decided they needed to pre authorize my husbands credit card for $800!!!! encase we did any damages???? im not very sure what we could damage as there was nothing in our room to damage......

So the moral to our story is not to stay here if you expect to get value for your money unless they undertake a refurbishment program for their rooms, bring them more up to date they dont need to provide mod cons as it is quite nice not to have them in such a rural retreat, but they really need to at least change curtains and bed linen's carpets and furniture to something a bit more luxurious to reflect on the price they charge, and tidy up outside the building and maybe provide an outdoor hot tub, this would be fantastic sitting in the hot tub looking out over the lake and mountains, oh and for $320 I would have expected to get my breakfast for this aswell.

to be truthful if we had known how bad it was going to be here we would have booked into the fairmount im sure it wasn't goin to cost much more and it would have been money better spent.
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Date of stay: September 2012
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
1.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Darryl C asked a question Sept 2020
Calgary, Canada5 contributions5 helpful votes
Is the lodge and gift shop still open and when does it close for season
Cynthia W asked a question May 2018
Freeland, Michigan817 contributions385 helpful votes
Is there enough room for a large RV to park at this lodge if we were going there to hike? Thanks
Answer from Num-Ti-Jah
Lake Louise, Canada1 contribution
Yes absolutely. You may park your RV in our driveway.
Kim W asked a question Sept 2015
1 contribution
Is there wifi and phones in the rooms?
Answer from Num-Ti-Jah
Lake Louise, Canada1 contribution
We have upgraded our wifi system and it is now complementary for lodge guests. We are very remote so our internet is weather dependent but much more stable compared to last year. There are no phones in our rooms but there is a pay phone on site as well as our business line, in case of emergency.
tgaty wrote a tip Oct 2023
portland, oregon4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Bring your hiking boots and poles as there is great hiking either from the Lodge or nearby."
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Getting The Fax wrote a tip June 2023
New York City, New York9 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Take a steam in the hot after a frigid seom. Check out the pens. "
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SeenByMyEyes wrote a tip Aug 2019
Whistler, Canada1,719 contribution279 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Get a view towards the lake. A MUST"
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IamDavid1964 wrote a tip Aug 2019
Hamden, Connecticut72 contributions62 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for the lake view if you want to look at the glacier and Waterfall."
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John B wrote a tip Oct 2018
Framingham, Massachusetts17 contributions6 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Some rooms may not have bathrooms, so might want to check"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Num-Ti-Jah Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Num-Ti-Jah Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Icefields Parkway (0.2 km), Peyto Lake (5.1 km), and Bow Lake (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Num-Ti-Jah Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, free parking, and a billiards table.
What food & drink options are available at Num-Ti-Jah Lodge?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Num-Ti-Jah Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Num-Ti-Jah Lodge?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Does Num-Ti-Jah Lodge have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
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