Prince Of Wales Hotel
Prince Of Wales HotelPRINCE OF WALES HOTEL. Alberta 5, Waterton Park, Alberta, Canada/A true historic Canadian icon, the Prince of Wales Hotel offers an experience like no other. Views from the hotel lobby and lawn are magnificent panoramas of Waterton Lake and the surrounding mountains in Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada. Located just north of Glacier National Park, Waterton makes up the other half of the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park and is a must-visit location on your Glacier vacation..Inside the Prince of Wales, you will find well-appointed rooms and a stylish lobby with nods to history. For your special getaways, inquire about the Prince and Princess Suites, spacious, luxurious rooms designed to make you feel like royalty.Take part in a unique Waterton tradition with Afternoon Tea at the Prince of Wales. Inspired by British tradition, Afternoon Tea features a selection of teas from Tea Fortéand a variety of delectable sandwich squares and pastries.Tea is served in the Prince of Wales lobby, which overlooks Waterton Lake for some of the most spectacular views around. Join us for this unique experience daily from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. during the Prince of Wales operating season.Prince of Wales Hotel is located in the township of Waterton inside Waterton Lakes National Park in southern Alberta. At the junction of Provincial Route 6 south, and Provincial Route 5 north, turn onto (or continue on) Provincial Route 5 (heading southwest) towards Waterton. Proceed approximately 0.8 km (0.5 mi) and enter Waterton Lakes National Park. From the ranger station, proceed approximately 7.3 km (4.6 mi) to the hotel turn off. You will see a small sign and turn left into the hotel's extended driveway. The front entrance is ahead to your right for check-in.Situated at the southeast corner of Glacier National Park, Glacier Park Lodge is a beautiful historic lodge with a location convenient to many park activities. Stepping inside the lobby is like stepping back in time and experiencing the Glacier National Park vacation of the early 1900s. Guests can relax in the lobby and cozy up by the fire, surrounded by towering Douglas Fir trees or walk the beautiful gardens that line the front lawn of the property while Dancing Lady mountain looms in the backdrop. The Lodge is also home to a 9-hole golf course and 9-hole pitch n’ putt course. Glacier Park Lodge is the perfect place to unplug, and immerse yourself in a Glacier Park vacation.
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