This classic mountain lodge is located in Banff National Park, just a five-minute walk to Lake Louise. Built in 1921, the lodge has an eclectic mix of rustic and modern décor, with contemporary furnishings and traditional touches like hand-hewn timbers, cast iron radiators, and brass fittings. Look forward to exquisite Rocky Mountain cuisine at the acclaimed Mount Fairview Dining Room, noted for its creative game dishes and extensive wine list (the lodge has won Wine Spectator Awards of Excellence for six years in a row.) For dining, its Caribou Lodge is the perfect place to enjoy a hearty lunch, afternoon tea, or casual supper. Sip a cognac in front of the rustic stone fireplace, unwind in the cedar sauna, or soak in a state-of-the-art rooftop hot tub with amazing views of the Victoria Glacier. The hotel’s 71 rooms all have beds with luxurious feather duvets; there are no televisions but there is free wireless internet access.