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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Nova Lodge Hinton

Approx 3km away in Hinton:

Nova Lodge Hinton is conveniently located along the Trans Canada Yellowhead Highway and is only a 15 minute drive to Jasper National Park. We are the first hotel when driving into Hinton from Jasper. Our central location provides easy access to everything the Town of Hinton has to offer.

Photograph of Nova Lodge Hinton, Hinton
149 Woodley Drive
Hinton, Alberta
T7V 0A7

Heritage Inn Taber

Approx 2km away in Taber:

Conveniently located on Highway 3 in Taber the Heritage Inn Hotel and Convention Centre features spacious and comfortable rooms with the needs of both the business and leisure traveler in mind.

Photograph of Heritage Inn Taber, Taber
4830 46th Avenue
Taber, Alberta
T1G 2A4

Le Germain Boutique Hotel Calgary

Approx 1km away in Calgary:

Designed with an unprecedented fusion of style and substance the hotel is located in the heart of downtown calgary. You will find a remarkable union of elegant design state of the art technology and the impeccable anticipatory service of caring professionals that define the le germain experience.

Photograph of Le Germain Boutique Hotel Calgary, Calgary
899 Centre Street Southwest
Calgary, Alberta
T2G 1B8

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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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