Overview of Elk + Avenue Hotel

162 Rooms
1.75 hours Transfer time
Room only Board basis

A fantastic location in the heart of Banff in Canada, the Elk + Avenue hotel is two blocks from the downtown centre so easy walking distance to the best dining, shopping and nightlife Banff has to offer. And the bus stop to take you to the mountains each day is just a minute walk away, so you won't have to compromise on your time skiing!

Design at the Elk & Avenue Hotel is simple and modern with the lounge area maintaining a definite mountain feel with vintage imagery and great swathes of wood. The hotel features a wellness area with a sauna and hot tub.  In the hotel lobby you can get a coffee and grab breakfast on the go at the Good Earth Coffeehouse. Satisfy your culinary cravings at Farm + Fire. the hotels vibrant wood-fired restaurant, that celebrates all things local by transforming simple, Canadian-grown ingredients into inventive dishes boasting big, bold flavours.

If you're looking for perfectly situated and contemporary accommodation for a Canadian ski trip, you've found the perfect place. 


  • Restaurant
  • Fireplace
  • Sauna
  • Steam room
  • Gym
  • Wifi
  • Ski lockers
  • Car parking
  • Jacuzzi
  • Laundry service

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On Banff Avenue the Elk + Avenue Hotel has prime position in Banff. Its central location means you're next to all the bars, shops and restaurants of downtown Banff whilst only a minutes walk from the bus stop to whisk you off to the ski areas. Norquay, the local mountain, is around 15 minutes by bus, Sunshine Village is roughly 25 minutes and Lake Louise is a 45 minutes drive.

  • Ski region
    Banff & Lake Louise
  • Distance to slopes
    15 minute bus ride
  • Distance to town
    in town centre


All rooms have complimentary WiFi, mini fridge, flat screen TVs, hair dryers and toiletries.

Regular room

Regular rooms have either a king bed or two queen beds. There is a desk area and the ensuites have large showers.

Sleeps max. 4

Loft room

Loft rooms offer more space over a split level. There's a large living area downstairs with two queen beds on the upper level. The lofts are ensuite and have mountain views.

Sleeps max. 4

Deluxe room

These are similar to the regular rooms just with a lot more space to spread out in. They either have a king bed or two queen beds and a modern ensuite. You also get mountain views from the deluxe rooms.

Sleeps max. 4

Junior suite

Junior suites have separate living and sleeping areas with mountain views. There is also a deluxe ensuite bathroom and two queen beds in the sleeping area.

Sleeps max. 4


  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Farm & Fire Restaurant & Bar
  • Hot tub
  • Sauna
  • Ski equipment lockers
  • Coin operated laundry facilities
  • Heated underground car park (payable locally)
  • Activity and sightseeing desk

Board basis

Room only

Resort guide


The resort
Resort height - 1,380m
Highest point - 2,730m

Ski areaBanff Tri Area - 7,748 skiable acres

Banff is made up of the three key resorts of Norquay, Sunshine Village and Lake Louise. Shuttle buses run between the resorts throughout the day.

Green runs 23%
Blue runs 30%
Black runs 30%

Lifts - 28

Season length - November to May

Resort ratings
Beginners - 3/5
Intermediates - 4/5
Experts - 4/5
Snowboarders - 3/5
Families - 4/5
Après - 3/5
Eating out - 5/5
Scenery - 4/5

Cross-country skiing | galleries | heli-skiing | husky dog sledding | museums | natural hot spring pools | night skiing on Mt Norquay | performing arts centre | shopping | snowmobiling | snow tubing (included in your lift pass) | wildlife walks | distillery tours | Johnson Canyon ice walks

Transfer time
Calgary - 1 hour 45 minutes

Banff Tri Area lift pass
6 day lift pass from £347*
9 day lift pass from £520*

*early booking discounts are available (if booked in time that is)

Mads Brand & Digital Manager "Why not pair your ski holiday in Banff with a night or two in Lake Louise to really see what Alberta has to offer?" View Mads' profile
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