Lake Louise Village

Whether you are staying in the village, looking for some easy food options or simply some more information, this quiet and small village offers a range of travel amenities, fabulous dining opportunities, and accommodations.

LAKE LOUISE VILLAGE AND THE SAMSON MALL

JAVALANCHE CAFE

Hot breakfasts, fresh baked treats, soups, salads, custom-made sandwiches, grilled paninis, ice cream, milkshakes, Banff Roasting Co. coffee and espresso bar offerings to-go.

Enjoy fresh baked goods or amazing wraps. Rent bikes and other gear at Wilson's, then send your postcards from the post office. The friendly Visitor Experience Specialists at the information centre provide the latest information on current events, concerts, live music, and local festivals.

The Visitor Centre also offers a free exhibit on Banff National Park wildlife and geology. Learn how the Canadian Rockies were created.

Just a short walk away from the village centre you will also find different dining options.

 

HI-Lake Louise Alpine Centre

Javalanche Cafe Mountain Restaurant

Station Restaurant,

Post Hotel

Lake Louise Inn

 

THE STATION RESTAURANT

Built in 1910 as the local Canadian Pacific Railway depot, The Station is the oldest building in Lake Louise. This gorgeous venue was restored in 1994 to preserve the character of rustic log walls and leaded windows.

 

Sample Lunch Menu:

Fish&Chips

Station Beef Stew

Station Mac&Cheese

Carmen Creek Bison Burger

THE POST HOTEL

Originally built in 1942, The Post Hotel resonates with the spirit of its colourful founder, Sir Norman Watson – and the dedication of its current owners.

Born in Switzerland, brothers André and George Schwarz were raised to appreciate good foodgood wine, and good company.

LAKE LOUISE INN

Legends restaurant is open for lunch and offers a variety of appetizers and entrées.

 

Sample menu:

Buffalo Chicken Caesar Wrap

Chicken Quesadilla

Lakeshore Club

Backwoods Burger

THE MOUNTAIN RESTAURANT

The Mountain Restaurant has been a family-owned restaurant since it opened its doors in the spring of 1984. They make choices for food’s sake such as cutting fries by hand, making their own dough for pizzas, and sourcing all of their fresh pasta locally.

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Member of Banff Lake Louise Tourism

Registered Business with the Town of Banff -0004012

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