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:

Podollan Rez Fort McMurray

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Photograph of Podollan Rez Fort McMurray, Fort Mcmurray

Todays featured Fort Mcmurray hotel:

Podollan Rez Fort Mcmurray is an extended stay hotel designed for long term stays with fully furnished 1 2 and 3 bedroom condo suites. The spacious kitchens are equipped with full size appliances and cooking supplies.

10303 Franklin Avenue
Fort Mcmurray, Alberta
T9H2K8


Sproule Heritage Place

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Photograph of Sproule Heritage Place, Strathmore

Approx 1km away in Strathmore:

Easy access to Rocky Mountains, Banff, Calgary Stampede, Drumheller Tyrell Royal Museum. Rose Bud Theather, Passion Play. Declared as a Regesitered Alberta Historic Farmsite (est 1909). Available also a new cottage (replica of the pioneer chicken coupe). Long Stays Welcome.

Box 43, Site 14, RR1
Strathmore, Alberta
T1P 1J6
"Very nice to meet you....FABULOUS!"

Rocky Mountain Ski Lodge

Photograph of Rocky Mountain Ski Lodge, Canmore

Approx 1km away in Canmore:

Nakiska Ski Resort is nestled in the heart of the park and is a 40 minute drive from Canmore. This site was also originally designed for the 1988 Olympics for alpine events.

P.O. Box 8070, 1711 Bow Valley Trail
Canmore, Alberta
T1W2T8

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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