A Beautiful and Newly Renovated Hotel in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Enjoy the breathtaking 360-degree Canadian Rocky Mountain views from every one of our hotel rooms and suites. Holiday Inn Canmore is situated at the gateway to the renowned Banff National Park.
Holiday Inn Canmore should be your choice for value and comfort. We offer you newly renovated rooms, gracious amenities, and warm, friendly service.
With plenty to see and do in Canmore, visit our partners at Tourism Canmore you’ll be asking to stay another night.
For your next Rocky Mountain getaway, come visit us, and enjoy the comforts and high standards of a Holiday Inn hotel!
“For the 14th straight year this hotel housed us cleanly, comfortably and securely. Never fails to disappoint us each and every July. Staff are always friendly, helpful and willing to accommodate whatever is required. Is there a better setting than the valley in Canmore surrounded by the Rockies? I don’t think so. ”
“We stayed 5 nights while we explored the region. The hotel is less that an hour’s drive from Banff National Park and all the wonderful trails and sights. I thought the price was a little high but it was in line with most of the other hotels in the area and we did go during the high season. The room was comfortable, quiet and clean and the view from our window was spectacular.”
“Very clean, great service and comfortable room with a view of Three Sisters Mountain. Was a huge snow storm the day we arrived but we were not planning on walking to much, it is a scenic and peaceful place to stay. We were there for a scrapbooking retreat and the staff looked after us fabulously. Their restaurant has awesome food too. Can’t wait till we go back again ”
“My husband and I went to Canmore for the night and every time we visit we always stay at the Holiday Inn. The location is on the other side of the highway from town but we enjoy how peaceful it is and it is only a $10 cab ride. The beds are comfortable and the rooms are modern and very clean. We will return again on our next visit to Canmore.”