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Banff - good for a night out ? Bars/Restaurant

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Poster: A snowHead
Of the people who've been to Banff, what's it like for a night out ? Recommendations for bars and nightclubs please.

Also accommodation. Especially any places where people have travelled independantly and booked direct.

Previously I've stayed in Canmore and I know a great place to stay there. Want to compare costs of Canmore versus those for Banff, which would save 20km or so driving.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
NickW, I'm afraid we're not party animals when we go skiing (unlike other times of course!) - nightlife restricted to drinks in the hotel, bars in town and nice restaurants (lots of those in Banff!). My favourite restaurant is Saltliks - and I was pleased to see this year that they've reduced their portion sizes! We don't travel independently but book through TOs, last year stayed at Ptarmigan Inn which was very close to all the bars and restaurants. Typically a fortnight's stay, with upgraded Premium seats on the flight, cost around £800 each I think. Of course food and lift pass is on top of that.
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