The Great Divide Lodge - Field51.4416, -116.35114
Located in a popular area of Field, The Great Divide Lodge offers free parking, a restaurant and a sauna. This villa provides a designated area for smoking, an ATM and a souvenir shop, featuring views over the forest.
This property is set close to Takakkaw Falls, Yoho National Park and Lake Louise. A gondola station is set close to The Great Divide Lodge.
The Great Divide Lodge offers rooms featuring complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV, a balcony, an iron with ironing board and a stereo system for a comfortable stay. A double bed, a single bed and a bunk bed are at guests' disposal. Guests can benefit from an en suite bathroom.
Ski facilities include a ski storage room, ski rental and a ski lift.
Wireless internet is available in the entire villa for free.
Wireless internet is available in the villa rooms for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 50.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
Off-site car park
Free shuttle service
Sports & Fitness
- Billiard tables
- Free shuttle service
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Shops/Commercial services
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Special diet menus
- Board games
- DVDs/ Videos for children
- Children's menu
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Sun terrace
- Lake view
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Sitting area
- Free toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed
In the Room
1 King-size bed
In the Room
1 Queen-size bed
Late Checkin... It was the only place available that could receive us at 2am.
The listing said it was in Field, as well as the map. However it was in Lake Louise. This was very inconvenient at 2am. The establishment itself was unimpressive. Very minimalist and generally uncomfortable room that spared every expense.
Located close to Lake Louise with beautiful mountain views. Value for money considering the prices of Lake Louise accommodation. Spacious, comfortable rooms. Situated next to a restaurant which had reasonably priced meals. Extremely friendly and helpful staff.
Lack of fridge and tea & coffee facilities.
We checked in late in the evening. The receptionist girl was very friendly and helpful. If you have a car it is close to the attractions.
The bed was very uncomfortable. I and my boyfriend had to sleep in separate beds to be able to rest. It is small, noisy and one of the most uncomfortable bed I have ever slept. Internet was included but it didn't work at all.
Location, location, location
They were short staffed, but tried to accomidate
It is closed to Lake O'hara and Lake Louise areas and it is cheaper than the other hotels nearby. It offers bbq at night so you do not have to travel all the way to Field or Lake Louise to find food.
The noise from the highway can be an issue if you need to keep the window opened because it is too hot outside (like in summer) and there is no fan in the room. The sheets had a couple of stains. The all environment is a little too spartan.
Noise from the road number 1 Not so clean Free internet just for the cell or to the tablet To exspensive
Did like the Hamburger burn for dinner on their front porch the night we arrived.
The rooms are a travel back to probably the 1950'S. Hotel needs some serious updating. The bed was horrendous. Small, hard yet still had the ability to sink in the middle. Kept rolling into each other all night. The Great Divide is just feet off of Canadian Highway 1A. You get a constant roar of the highway and the train tracks across the lake. 64 trains roll by each day on that track and you will hear every one of them. No phone, no clock. Basic room.
Nothing! Please remove it from your website.
The whole place is dilapidated. We were given a room in the separate building which had no curtains, carpet/rug, kettle/coffee maker, phone, fridge, in fact nothing but 2 beds which were mattresses on metal frames on which I banged my leg twice in the short time we were there, 2 cheap, shabby bedside cabinets, a very small wooden table and 2 chairs. I suspect a modern day prison cell is better furnished! We paid $129 + taxes for this which is an absolute disgrace. It was so awful we could not stay there and returned to the Visitors Centre in Field where they found us a very nice guest house in the village. Unfortunately I had not read the reviews, a mistake I will never make again. I was happy to write off the money to get out of the place.
The view was great. Clean but aging.
The staff was rather surly. No washcloths! In fact, the staff was instructed to not hand them out unless instructed.
The great view there is from some rooms. We did not have it from our bedroom.
Most of it actually... The hotel seems old and not well taken care of. There are some issues that I would like to mention: - the keys did not work well and you usually had to fiddle around to make it turn. - The shower fan did not work. - One of the entry was not safe (under a balcony with no railings) - The mattresses were uncomfortable spring mattresses and you could feel the springs. - The only good thing I can think of was the view, again, from some rooms. - The food in the restaurant was expensive, quoted 25$ for a breakfast! - To go to our room from the main building, we had to walk through an area of cabins that seemed deserted and in disrepair, in very bad shape. - I would absolutely not recommend this to anyone...
The building and the furnishings of the room were very old, no mosquito screens in the windows, the room smelled bad, bathroom sink badly chipped. The worst though was the breakfast, which cost $ 12.00, but was horrible. Coffee didn't taste like anything - just some brown water. We had cheese omellete and cheese was so oily, it swam in fat. The hashbrown was in shape of litle flat squares and tasted like styrofoam - or something equally inedible.
Close to Lake Louise Nice View
Noisey Old No Air Dirty Bathroom
I thought the room was clean
coffee was horrible!!!! water with coffee flavour!!!! this lodge is NOT in Field it is almost at Lake Louise so an extra 15 minutes driving!!! coming from the west!!!
not the first room......... second room better but not for the price ad on the road offered vacancy for 99 but we where told it was full restaurant was not clean....... way below any standart take it off your web site
It was economical.
The front desk clerk was very rude to us when we tried to check in. Then when we came back to the hotel after a wedding dance, the front door of the hotel was locked and we could not get in. No one told us that the door would be locked at midnight, so we were pretty miffed when we arrived back at 12:04 am and found ourselves locked out for the night. There was definitely a lack of communication with the guests, as other guests were locked out too.