4 Best Hotels in Jasper National Park, Alberta

Alpine Village

$$ | Jasper National Park, AB, Canada

Facing the Athabasca River, this family-owned cabin resort feels like it's miles away from civilization even though the drive to Jasper takes only three minutes. The accommodations, including lodge suites and deluxe cabins, come in numerous, if invariably woodsy, styles. Many of the units can easily sleep five, making this property a good choice for families or groups. Most units have wood-burning fieldstone fireplaces and fully equipped kitchens. The grounds are well maintained and include a playground and a large hot tub. You can chop your own wood for free or purchase it bundled and ready to go.

Pros

  • Well-kept property
  • Kitchen suites
  • Location across from the Athabasca River

Cons

  • Outside town
  • Closed in winter
  • No in-room phones
Jasper National Park, AB, Canada
780-852–3285
hotel Details
49 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

$$$$ | 1 Old Lodge Rd., Jasper National Park, AB, T0E1E0, Canada Fodor's Choice

On the shores of magnificent Lac Beauvert, 7 km (4½ miles) northeast of town, this lodge not only blends civilized luxury with rustic Canadian charm, but it also offers plenty of dining options and year-round recreational opportunities. In summer, there's canoeing, golf on an award-winning course, and horseback riding; winter sees ice-skating, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, and sleigh rides. Year-round offerings include a children's activity program, an outdoor swimming pool (heated to 86°F in winter), and a massive spa. In addition, guests have free daily access to boats or bicycles. Accommodations vary from simple cedar chalets to expansive cabins with up to eight bedrooms. All have either a porch, a patio, or a balcony.

Pros

  • Lots of recreation options
  • Beautiful setting
  • Top-notch dining

Cons

  • 10-minute drive to townsite
  • On-site dining can be pricey
  • One of the park's most expensive accommodations
1 Old Lodge Rd., Jasper National Park, AB, T0E1E0, Canada
866-441–1414
hotel Details
546 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Patricia Lake Bungalows

$$$ | Jasper National Park, AB, Canada

With a setting on the shores of tranquil Patricia Lake, solitude is a highlight at this comfortable property, where well-tended grounds have a playground, a hot tub, fire-pit and barbecue areas, and a boat dock where you can rent canoes and kayaks. Choose from among several different lodging styles, ranging from inexpensive motel-style rooms best for two guests to luxury cabins that can sleep up to six. Most accommodations have full kitchens. Some cabins have lakefront views.

Pros

  • Good value
  • Quiet location
  • Well-tended grounds

Cons

  • Five-minute drive from town
  • Limited Wi-Fi access
  • Some rooms are dated
Jasper National Park, AB, Canada
780-852–3560
hotel Details
50 units
Rate Includes: Closed mid-Oct.–Apr., No Meals

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The Crimson Jasper

$$$$ | 200 Connaught Dr., Jasper, AB, T0E 1E0, Canada
This modern-looking hotel has given Jasper a mild jolt of style: rooms here are well-equipped and contemporary, with splashes of crimson and other rich colors, and on-site amenities include a restaurant and lounge, indoor pool, hot tub, and fitness room. Parking is free, as is the property-wide Wi-Fi access. The downtown location, fronting busy Connaught Drive and across from the train tracks, puts you close to shops, restaurants, and bars, but if noise is problem for you, request a quieter room at the back.

Pros

  • Rooms have a/c (rare in Jasper)
  • One block from downtown
  • In-room mini-refrigerators and microwaves

Cons

  • Across from train tracks
  • Small elevator
  • Small parking lot, some guests have to park on the street
200 Connaught Dr., Jasper, AB, T0E 1E0, Canada
780-852–3394
hotel Details
99 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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