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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Baker Creek Chalets

Approx 1km away in Lake Louise:

Chalet Suites - Twin beds in the loft and a double bed in the main floor bedroom.

Photograph of Baker Creek Chalets, Lake Louise
Bow Valley Parkway, P.O.Box 66
Lake Louise, Alberta
T0L 1E0

Ramada Brooks

Approx 2km away in Brooks:

Conveniently located off Highway 1, this Ramada Brooks hotel is near Lake Newell, local history at Brooks and District Museum and Historical Society, Kinbrook Island Provincial Park, Brooks Aquaduct National and Provincial Historic Site, Dinosaur .....

Photograph of Ramada Brooks, Brooks
1319 2nd Street West
Brooks, Alberta
T1R 1P7

Lakeview Calgary Airport

Approx 5km away in Calgary:

What sets us apart. Welcome to Lakeview Calgary Airport the gateway to the heart of western Canada and home of the Calgary stampede. Opened May 2001 and conveniently located 15 minutes from the Calgary international airport yyc.

Photograph of Lakeview Calgary Airport, Calgary
2622 39th Avenue Northeast
Calgary, Alberta
T1Y 7J9

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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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