The playzone is great for the kids (though in desperate need of some cleaning and minor repairs), the water slides are good (though the water is a tad cool). The key cards failed after we were swimming which would be annoying enough, but since we were in an outdoor unit, the kids were freezing while we waited for maintenance to fix the issue.
Also the wifi is a bit spotty in some rooms.
Will likely be back, though.
Made some great memories with the kids . Would for sure recommend renting a room here .
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3 years ago
Recently, I attended a leadership retreat with a group from my universty in Lacombe, Canadian University College. We drove to Banff and stayed in the Douglas Fir Resort. I was so impressed with how well everything was kept. The bathrooms and kitchen were very clean, and the bedrooms were warm and comfortable. The furniture in the living room and dining room was nice. Each apartment suite gave me the feeling of being home. Thanks for the pleasant stay:)
Entrance to the Banff National Park is free on July 1st, 2015. So come and celebrate Canada's 148th birthday in Canada’s finest and first national park! There are tons of family-friendly events that run throughout the day, here is a quick run down on the highlights.
Douglas Fir has something for everyone! Our amenities include kitchens in every suite, an indoor water park, mountain-view hot tub, sauna, 24 hour fitness room, barbecue stations and much more! Visit our website for a full list of amenities: