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Visitors of all stripes flock to Jasper National Park year-round to explore its legendary mountain trails and breathtaking scenery, and the protected park has accommodation options to suit every type of traveller.

From romantic hideaways and amenity rich resorts to budget-friendly guestrooms and family focused cabins, here are seven uniquely Jasper properties to consider when booking your next Canadian Rockies vacation.

Best for Skiers: Marmot Lodge

Located on the edge of downtown Jasper, the Marmot Lodge is perfect for skiers and snowboarders in search of world-class powder at Marmot Basin. The property's motel-style design — with exterior exits on all rooms — and on-site ski and board waxing facilities makes heading out early easy.

A hotel building with Marmot Lodge signage and snowy mountains behind.

With an indoor heated pool and sauna, along with an outdoor hot tub, après-ski is equally appealing at the Marmot. Accommodations range from cozy rooms for two to spacious kitchen suites suitable for up to six guests. While the Marmot doesn't have an on-site restaurant, it’s just a three-minute walk from the Forest Park Hotel, home to the Hearthstone Lounge. It's also just a stone's throw from several other local favourites for dine in or takeout.

Best for Après-Play: The Crimson

Vibrant and modern, The Crimson hotel is an ideal home base for couples and groups who want to be in the heart of downtown Jasper's shops, restaurants and recreation. The contemporary mountain lodge features an array of guestrooms and suites, including some with full kitchens. Additional amenities at the property include an indoor heated pool, hot tub and fitness centre.

Hotel exterior of The Crimson Hotel, with snowy mountains in the back.

Best for Weddings & Events: Forest Park Hotel

Featuring Jasper’s largest conference centre, the Forest Park Hotel is an ideal venue for hosting events and elegant mountain weddings with up to 240 guests.

An interior image of the dining room at the Forest Park Hotel. Tables set and lights hanging from the season.

The charming full-service resort features two restaurants. In the morning, Walter's Dining Room serves up creative, hearty breakfast classics. For dinner and evening cocktails, The Hearthstone Lounge offers elevated mountain-inspired fare deliciously rooted in Indigenous flavours.

An on-property spa enhances Forest Park Hotel's amenity offerings, making relaxation and rejuvenation an effortless experience for bridal parties and event planners.

Best for Foodies & Outdoor Adventurers: Pyramid Lake Lodge

Overlooking its iconic namesake, Pyramid Lake Lodge is a beautiful chalet-style oasis located mere moments from Patricia Lake and downtown Jasper. The luxury waterfront haven features mountain-chic guestrooms with gas fireplaces, along with spacious kitchenette suites suitable for families.

A man and woman skate in winter on Pyramid Lake

Nature lovers are drawn to the resort's tranquil, picturesque setting and multitude of on-and-off-the-water activities, including canoe and kayak rentals, ice skating and fat biking.

At Aalto, located on-site, you’ll find a menu deeply inspired by the sparkling lake. Regional ingredients and seafood come together as “lake-food” — mountain-fresh dishes that capture the beauty of the restaurant’s shoreside surroundings.

Best for Couples: Chateau Jasper

Discover a quiet, romantic escape at Chateau Jasper. Guestrooms and suites at the recently reimagined hotel are spacious and elegantly furnished with contemporary mountain decor. The Chateau's signature breakfast restaurant, Silverwater Grill & Lounge, offers a perfect start to the day, while the heated indoor pool and hot tub are a warm welcome after a day of exploration.

Hotel exterior image of Chateau Jasper with a large awning fixture covering the entrance in the summer season.

Best for Budget-Conscious: Lobstick Lodge

A neighbour to the Chateau Jasper, Lobstick Lodge is a favourite among travellers seeking convenience and comfort at a lower price point. Spacious guest rooms feature two queen-size beds or two kings, suites have a separate living area with a sofa bed for families wanting more space and the larger kitchen room accommodates up to six people.

Snow covered hotel entrance surrounded by trees. Lobstick Lodge blue signage at the entrance.

On-property amenities include an indoor pool, fitness centre, sauna, outdoor hot tub and full-service laundry. The Lobstick is also home to The Crazy Elk Cafe, serving Starbucks barista favourites, fresh baked goods and grab-and-go fare. 

Best for Families: Miette Mountain Cabins

Nestled about 30 minutes from town on the eastern edge of Jasper National Park, the Miette Mountain Cabins offer a quintessential mountain escape. The property is surrounded by pristine nature and showcases sweeping views of sky-high peaks from the heated outdoor pool and hot tub.

A family walks down a path in the summer time with their dog.

The remote, serene setting near the famed Miette Hot Springs makes the standalone pet-friendly cabins ideal for outdoor adventurers and families wanting the convenience of a kitchen. Accommodation choices include standard, deluxe and executive log cabins, lodge rooms and luxury suites.

Find a Jasper hotel that best suits your style? Start planning the rest of your unforgettable adventure in Jasper National Park.

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