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 Jasper Edmonton Canmore Banff

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Todays featured Alberta accommodations:

Days Inn ( West )

Approx 6km away in Edmonton:

5 Sunbursts Flat Panel LCD TVs Fridges and Microwaves Non-Smoking Hotel Indoor Salt Water Pool Business Center Fitness Center Free High Speed Internet Restaurant Lounge Airport Shuttle Service - with Charge Hair dryers in all rooms Coffee makers in .....

Photograph of Days Inn ( West ), Edmonton
10010-179 A Street
Edmonton, Alberta
T5S 2T1

Buffalo Mountain Lodge

Approx 2km away in Banff:

Buffalo Mountain Lodge lies on the gentle slopes of Tunnel Mountain, which native people called "sleeping buffalo". The Main Lodge compliments its natural setting with square timber, post and beam construction, and high open ceilings.

Photograph of Buffalo Mountain Lodge, Banff
Tunnel Mountain Road
Banff, Alberta

Overlander Mountain Lodge

Todays featured Hinton hotel:

Nestled at the edge of Jasper National Park, overlooking the majestic Rocky Mountains, sits the Overlander Mountain Lodge. This jewel in the Canadian Rockies offers spectacular views, gourmet dining and ultra comfortable lodging.

Photograph of Overlander Mountain Lodge, Hinton
Highway 16 Jasper East
Hinton, Alberta
T7V 1X5

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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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