Situated on bustling Banff Avenue, Fox Hotel & Suites has majestic mountain views, and features a daily breakfast at the on-site restaurant from an a la carte menu and free Wi-Fi.
All rooms have exterior corridor access. Standard rooms come with coffee makers and free local calls.
Suites feature a living area and kitchens with sinks, dishes, microwaves and mini-fridges. A concierge can recommend activities and help book tours. Soak your muscles in the mountain-inspired spacious hot pool, or try out the fitness center.
Underground parking is offered at this hotel. An on-site restaurant serving Mexican and Southwestern-themed food will deliver food to your room, or walk to restaurants minutes away.
Fox Hotel & Suites provides guests with complimentary public transit passes, offering service to popular attractions like Banff Gondola, the Upper Hot Springs, and the Tunnel Mountain trail head. This accommodation is also known as Fox Banff, Fox Hotel, Fox Hotel Banff, and Hotel Fox.
A large open-air hot pool designed to look like the original Banff mountain hot springs, was a big hit with guests. The pool was a great place to unwind at the end of the day, and guests loved the cave-like design that was an ideal place to relax under the stars.
A cozy mountain experience was had by guests at the rustic Fox and Suites. From the towering mountains above, to the wood-burning fireplace in the lobby, guests felt like they were getting a true mountain vacation.
Convenient to attractions.
Guests found that they were in the middle of the action in under ten minutes on foot, with lots of interesting stops along the way. Leave the car behind and hop on a bus with your complimentary transportation pass provided by the hotel. Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies is a 15-minute walk, or stroll along the Bow River, also 15 minutes away.
Standard rooms a little cramped.
Guests staying in a standard room found their quarters to be a bit too small for their liking. Several guests wished they had opted for a much larger suite. A few guests also found the rooms to be dark, which contributed to the feeling that rooms were small.
Adjoining rooms could be noisy.
Some rooms were connected by a common door that didn't do much to muffle noise from the neighbors. Several guests wanted earplugs after hearing more than the usual closing of doors, or occasional footsteps. You might want to make sure you have a non-adjoining room for a quieter stay.
While some guests were fans of the free continental breakfast, the majority of guests felt that it could have been a little heartier. Guests had the option to pay extra for bacon, but most thought that protein and other hot items should have been included, especially considering the rate they paid.