Enjoy an exclusive stay at the Prince of Wales Hotel. Open for only a short period each year, this National Historic Site of Canada boasts splendid views of Upper Waterton Lake and a deeply rooted history that is reflected in everything - from the kilts worn by its staff to the Prohibition-inspired cocktail menu.
Views Beyond Compare
Perched on the bluff above Waterton, the Prince of Wales offers its guest unparalleled views of Upper Waterton Lake and the surrounding mountains. When you stay at the Prince, you might just find you have a ‘view with a room’.
The Prince of Wales was built by the Great Northern Railway in 1927 as an extension of the Glacier Park Lodges and today, stays true to its roots. From the furniture in the lobby to our Prohibition-inspired cocktail menu, the hotel is dotted with historic elements and period-specific inspiration.
Dine like royalty
The Royal Stewart Dining room, located off the lobby, serves authentic Canadian cuisine with elegant, sophisticated execution for breakfast, lunch and dinner.