Banff Holiday Party Checklist

Oct 12, 2016
Hosting a holiday party in the mountains? Use this handy checklist to help you get the most out of your winter celebration in the Canadian Rockies. 

Book – your accommodation for your overnight Holiday Party. Check out our Elk + Avenue deal to kick-start your celebrations in the mountains this winter. 
Shop – boutique shopping, gifts and souvenirs are all within walking distance of your downtown hotel and are great for last minute Christmas shopping. 
Meet – join friends in RG’s Lounge at the Elk + Avenue, a great meeting point to begin your evening. Take advantage of our drinks specials or some light appetizers before your evening out in Banff. 
Celebrate – come on down to Toque Canadian Pub for a Caesar from our speciality Caesar menu or choose from a variety of other Canadian inspired wine, beers and spirits.  
Play – fun interactive games at Toque Canadian Pub: pool, golf, darts, board games and more!
Eat – choose from our Toque Canadian Pub menu, including great appetizers, weekly features, burgers, poutine and Canadian-inspired main course options. 
Dance – a few short steps will take you out for some dancing or live music in downtown Banff.
Sleep – stroll back to your centrally located hotel for a good night’s sleep. 
Fuel – after your big night out, wake up for a great breakfast at Ricky’s Bar and Grill before checking out.
Explore – before you depart from Banff, ride the Banff Gondola and explore our all-new experiences at the Gondola summit. Take advantage of the Brewster Advantage, a benefit you get when booking direct with Elk + Avenue or Mount Royal Hotel and receive 2-for-1 gondola admission as part of this deal between October 17 – April 30. 

We've packaged together some of these experiences to help you enjoy your celebrations in the mountains this winter and find your #HappyPlace starting from $89/night per person including a $25 food and beverage credit, breakfast and the Brewster Advantage. Find out more about this special package and other great deals »

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