Choose from 189 vacation rentals located in Banff, Alberta. Top filters in Banff include Internet / Wifi, Parking, and TV. Prices range from $56 to $4,426 per night. Our most popular vacation rental types near Banff are Hotel and RV.

Top vacation rentals in Banff

Fridge, microwave, stovetop, dishwasher
5.0
Outstanding(71 Reviews)
House
 in Banff
Banff Two Bedroom House with private Hot Tub
5 guests · 2 bedrooms · 2 baths
Pool · Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi

Nestled in Banff, this House is perfect for your next vacation. Enjoy Banff Two Bedroom House with private Hot Tub's top-rated amenities, including Dishwasher, Internet / Wifi and Laundry, and more.

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5.0
Outstanding(155 Reviews)
Condo
 in Banff
Banff's Finest Guest Studio
2 guests · 1 bath
Garden · Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi

Nestled in Banff, this Condo is perfect for your next vacation. Enjoy Banff's Finest Guest Studio's top-rated amenities, including Fireplace, Internet / Wifi and Balcony / Patio, and more.

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3.8
Good(1,202 Reviews)
Hotel
 in Banff
3star
Red Carpet Inn
Pets allowed · Kitchen / Kitchenette · Air conditioner

The best choice in Banff for Hotel, for $105 per night for your (business stay, family stay, couples stay, getaway vacation, etc.)

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4.3
Excellent(1,618 Reviews)
Nature lodge
 in Banff
Tunnel Mountain Resort
Pool · Pets allowed · Kitchen / Kitchenette

Looking for a Nature lodge in Banff, this Nature lodge for $106 per night for your business stay, family stay, couples stay, getaway vacation, on your next trip.

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Vacation rentals with internet & wifi in Banff

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3.9
Good(1,943 Reviews)
Hotel
 in Banff
3star
Banff Caribou Lodge and Spa
Pool · Pets allowed · Kitchen / Kitchenette

Looking for the perfect place to call home during your trip to Banff? This Hotel offers a comfort and style with top-notch amenities, including Fireplace, Internet / Wifi and Laundry, and more.

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4.0
Good(1,471 Reviews)
Hotel
 in Banff
4star
Buffalo Mountain Lodge
Pets allowed · Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi

The best choice in Banff for Hotel, for $107 per night for your (business stay, family stay, couples stay, getaway vacation, etc.)

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3.8
Good(1,140 Reviews)
Hostel
 in Banff
Banff International Hostel
Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi · Parking

Enjoy the best of Banff in our Hostel, Banff International Hostel. A stunning property with amenities including Internet / Wifi, Laundry and Smoking allowed, and more.

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4.1
Excellent(1,156 Reviews)
Hotel
 in Banff
3star
Brewster Mountain Lodge
Pets allowed · Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi

Nestled in Banff, this Hotel is perfect for your next vacation. Enjoy Brewster Mountain Lodge's top-rated amenities, including Internet / Wifi, Laundry and Pets allowed, and more.

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Frequently asked questions

Where Is Banff, Canada?

A quaint but beautiful resort town within the Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, the town of Banff sits quietly in Alberta’s Rockies along the Trans-Canada Highway. Situated approximately 125 kilometers west of Calgary and 58 kilometers east of Lake Louise, there is plenty to experience in one of Canada’s most popular tourist destinations.

What Is Banff, Canada Known For?

A resort town in the province of Alberta, located within its eponymous National Park, the town of Banff is surrounded by mountainous beauty and plenty to do. Gateway to Canada’s oldest national park, Banff sits pretty within one of the most idyllic landscapes in the world. The peaks of Mount Rundle and Mount Cascade — part of the Rocky Mountains — dominate the skyline while boutiques, restaurants, château-style hotels, and souvenir shops intersperse their way throughout the town. A hub of tourism, travelers arrive at Banff, desiring to have a genuine taste of the Canadian backcountry. Whether you're looking for excitement and adventure in boundless nature and the great outdoors, or a more relaxing holiday experience by unwinding in the hot springs and tasting dishes from the growing food scene, Banff has got it all.

Where to Go in Banff, Canada?

  • Lake Minnewanka: With the name translated as “Water of the Spirits” in the language of the indigenous original settlers, Lake Minnewanka possesses an aura that seems to transgress beyond earth into the ethereal. Beautiful and majestic, Lake Minnewanka is a quiet and peaceful oasis, surrounded by stunning lakefront and mountainous beauty. The longest lake in Canada also offers several hiking and biking trails for the more active tourist to explore and enjoy. Get the heart pumping by rushing through the landscape on a bike or embark on a peaceful boat ride upon the lake.
  • Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies: Take a step back into the past and down the mountain, when you visit the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies. Dedicated on collecting, preserving, and showcasing exhibits related to the cultural heritage of the Rocky Mountains, the museum is committed towards not only conducting research, but also presenting several opportunities for education. Containing an art gallery, archive, heritage gallery, and library, the museum collates several types of information to create a detailed picture of the history behind one of the most well-known mountain ranges in Canada. The largest privately funded museum in Canada and the fourth largest cultural history museum in Alberta, the Whyte Museum is definitely worth a visit.
  • Bow Valley Parkway: A select portion of the Trans-Canada Highway, the Bow Valley Parkway is a narrow and winding path with unforgettable views, in addition to a rich selection of wildlife including elks, wolves, grizzlies, and bighorn sheep. Numerous viewpoints along the path offer stunning sights of the Bow Valley, rolling rocky cliffs, and emerald green forests. A gateway to several other hiking trails and scenic spots, Bow Valley is a favorite amongst nature lovers.

Popular Destinations Near Banff

  • Canmore: Framed by the Rockies, the town of Canmore is an unadulterated hub of nature, providing several opportunities for outdoor adventures. A stone’s throw from Banff National Park, the town offers numerous activities and amenities for every kind of nature lover and adrenaline junkie. Whether you want to mountain bike, climb, ski, kayak, or cave, or simply take in the stunning sights of the rocky alpine beauty, there is something for everyone in Canmore.
  • Banff National Park: One of the world’s oldest national parks, Banff National Park is a certified UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as an uninhibited mecca of outdoor adventures. Whether you’re a novice or a veteran, there is something for every cyclist, hiker, and mountain climber, found within the vast and pure wilderness of Banff National Park. However, if you prefer to take a step back, keep your feet on the ground, and enjoy your surroundings, the park also offers several activities, including birdwatching and nature photography. 93% of the park remains untouched wilderness, with two small towns housing local residents. Whether you drive or walk through the park, visit for the day or stay within the town, Banff National Park is an oasis of unspoiled and pure natural beauty worth exploring.

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  • Mount Norquay: Situated a mere four kilometers away from downtown, the mystifying trip to Mount Norquay can feel like you’re travelling for 3,000 miles. Drive along the picturesque mountain road on the northern side of Bow Valley, and you will arrive at a gorgeous ski area, aplomb with heart-racing winter sports opportunities. Popular amongst locals and tourists, Mount Norquay is famous for its winter sports scene since the 1920s. Whether you’re a budding skier or a veteran, Mount Norquay caters to all levels and abilities. Far from one-dimensional, Mount Norquay also offers several summertime activities including Venetian-style gondola rides, hiking, horseback riding, and waterfall exploring. Come rain or shine, a trip to Mount Norquay is always a good idea.

What is the price range for rentals in Banff?

Vacation rentals in Banff have a price range between $56-$4,426. The average price for rentals in Banff is $167 per night.

What are the most popular vacation rental amenities in Banff?

  • Internet / Wifi
  • Parking
  • TV

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