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Looking for hotel in Banff area that is nice and yet remote

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We are in the early stages of planning a trip to the Banff area. We looked at the Banff Springs Hotel and the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise but they are a bit more expensive and a bit larger than we'd like. Are there any nice hotels...or even bed/breakfasts that are remote and yet have fantastic views of the mountains and the lakes? I would assume there are many but all of my searches keep sending me to hotels in the middle of the town of Banff. I DON'T want to be stuck in the middle of a town.

We would be going in late spring/early summer so this is more of a hiking, touring trip than a skiing trip. We love the Lauterbrunnen valley area of Switzerland and are looking for something similar yet closer to home.


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