Last night I stayed at Douglas Fir Resort and Chalets with my two little nieces. We booked into a one bedroom loft suite which was comfortable and spacious.
We arrived at 5:00pm and went straight to our suite for some dinner. We had yummy Thai takeaway from Pad Thai
a local restaurant in Banff. We just put the leftovers in the fridge as all rooms have a full kitchen. After dinner we plugged our Nintendo Wii into the “Plug and Play Panel” and had a go at tennis and bowling. There’s more than enough space in the room to do all the Wii sports.
At 7:00pm we went to the water slides. The blue slide was really good for my four year old niece as it wasn’t too fast for her first time going down by herself. My five year old niece loved the white slide which was really fast around the second last corner and huge splashes coming out the end. Time went by really fast between soaking in the hut tub, flying down the water slides and enjoying the sauna.
At around 9:30pm we left the waterslides and went back to our suite. We had a snack watched a few minutes of t.v. on the new 42" HDTV flatscreen and then it was off to bed.
The next morning we woke up cooked our breakfast that was already in the fridge for us. This package includes: Bacon, eggs, toast, butter, milk, cereal, orange juice and of course coffee and crème.
Then we left for the “Play Zone” which is a giant indoor children’s playground. The kids love this place and it’s so clean you can smell that the housekeeping staff has come in just before our arrival.
By 10:00am the kids were ready to go back to the suite and pack up just in time for check out.
Overall the children loved the resort and I believe it is far better option than going to a regular hotel with only a few amenities. I really like the fact that Douglas Fir Resort includes all the amenities in the price. I can really understand why Douglas Fir Resort receives so many repeat families coming back for more!
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