Alberta Accommodation and lodging listings

Alberta's grandeur and beauty are obvious from the moment you arrive. Above all are Alberta's Rocky Mountains, including the world famous resorts of Banff, Jasper, Canmore, Kananaskis, Lake Louise and Waterton. Visit the vast farmlands of Alberta's Heartland, Southern Alberta and Northern Alberta. Calgary, home of the Calgary Stampede, is known for its warm hospitality. Edmonton, the provincial capital, features West Edmonton Mall - the world's largest shopping and entertainment complex.

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Major Alberta destinations:

Calgary Edmonton Jasper Canmore Banff

Todays featured Alberta accommodations:

Green Acres Bed and Breakfast

Photograph of Green Acres Bed and Breakfast, Edmonton

Approx 2km away in Edmonton:

Come and unwind! Our modern country home is situated on 3 GREEN ACRES of grass and trees. It's a splendid country retreat and only a 10 minutes drive from South Edmonton and Edmonton International Airport. If golf is your passion, there are two great 18-hole courses just 5 minutes away.

Site 19, Box 7, RR#1
Edmonton, Alberta

Comfort Inn & Suites

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Photograph of Comfort Inn & Suites, Fort Saskatchewan

Approx 6km away in Fort Saskatchewan:

Welcome to Fort Saskatchewan's newest hotel, Comfort Inn & Suites! The newly constructed hotel features well appointed guestrooms and suites perfect for any traveler. Each morning you will wake to a complimentary newspaper and complimentary hot breakfast to get your day started.

120 Towncrest Road
Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta
T8L 0G7

Econo Lodge

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Photograph of Econo Lodge, Calgary

Approx 6km away in Calgary:

Spacious renovated rooms and beautifully appointed suites all in a convenient location. At Econo Lodge Motel Village, you will spend a night (not a fortune) Only steps to Calgary, Foothills Hospital, McMahon stadium, LRT station, restaurants and shopping.

2440 16 Avenue North W.
Calgary, Alberta

More about the areas accommodations and tourism

Running up the province's western spine are the Rocky Mountains, speckled with hundreds of icy blue glaciers. Sliding off these serrated peaks are gin-clear lakes loaded with bull trout, ancient forests and the tumble of soft ranchlands rolling and stretching into sun-bleached wheat fields.

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