Located in Canmore, Pocaterra Inn and Waterslide is in the mountains. Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park and Silvertip Golf Course are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Canmore Caverns and Bow Falls. Cross Zee Ranch and Banff Park Museum are also worth visiting. Enjoy the area's slopes with cross-country skiing, snowboarding, and skiing, and don't miss out on the snowshoeing.
A boxed breakfast will be included with your stay.
Inclusions subject to change without notice at the discretion of the property. Some restrictions may apply.
Just got back from a couple of days in Canmore at this hotel! We would definitely go back! Breakfast was awesome! Rooms were spacious and very clean! Hot chocolate and cookies in the afternoon...awesome touch! The hot tub and pool were a welcoming addition after a long day if hiking! My only complaints would be no hand sanitizer, soap or paper towel in the pool bathroom and no lockers at the pool. The Pocaterra looked after us and our puppies...front desk staff are friendly and accommodating!
Great staff, clean & spacious rooms, and a variety of breakfast options
Oct 08, 2021
This is it! The first hotel we stayed at where we don't have a single complaint or even helpful suggestion. They just seem to be doing everything right.
Their staff were warm and helpful from the moment we arrived (and it probably didn't hurt that they directed us to the variety of free soft cookies and beverages for arriving guests).
Our rooms linens and towels were very clean, well made and felt good to use. This might be the first hotel room we stayed in with wooden floors and it makes the space feel much more comfortable and clean (note that wood floors are much worse for sound-transmission between rooms if they aren't installed with that goal in mind, but we never heard other guests moving around, so: well done)!
There was an excellent selection of items to choose from for breakfast (even for us vegetarians).
Oh wait we do have one suggestion for them: It seems like the waterslide needed more water flowing down it . When descending at speed, it felt like one could get a bit tripped up by a drier spot and get unexpected 'shoved' into the slide tunnel wall. (It might be less of a problem when more people are using it as each person splashes around a bit more water onto the walls.)