Rocky Mountains
Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

Set on the shores of sparkling Lac Beauvert deep in the Rockies and surrounded by snowy mountain peaks the renowned Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge is perfectly placed to explore this breath-taking region.

In the summer months mountain biking, swimming, hiking and white water rafting await and in winter you could try your hand at heli-skiing, snowmobiling, curling and skating. Hot springs and canyons are also just some of the natural treasures nearby. The village of cedar clad chalets and cabins are nestled within 700 acres of pristine natural environment – so with five restaurants, an 18 hole golf course, and an outdoor pool a stay here is a unique chance to immerse yourself fully in this UNESCO world heritage site.

Facilities & Activities

The focus of the resort must be the stunning lake and the boathouse that offers paddleboats, canoes and guided Voyageur tours to help you make the most of this area.(costs apply). Alternatively a popular activity is horse riding and with the Jasper Park Stables close by, this is easy to arrange. The Stanley Thompson Golf Course is also highly acclaimed and whilst you are guaranteed stunning mountain views as you complete the course, you also have a good chance of spotting wildlife! If you have the energy at the end of the day you can also fit in a game of tennis with racquet hire available, or to unwind head to the Fairmont Reflections Spa for a treatment or sauna! The Health Club boasts a well-equipped gym and heated outdoor pool.

If you are planning on leaving the resort, the hotel has a knowledgeable Concierge & Guest Services team who will help plan your daily activities.

In the winter months tobogganing, tubing, fat tyre biking, curling and skating are activities on offer and on a more practical level, laundry services are also available. Parking is complimentary, but valet parking is also available for a charge.

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At the Emerald Lounge & Patio, you can enjoy gourmet burgers and other light fare accompanied by fabulous views over Lake Beauvert and the mountains beyond. The Orso Trattoria shares that wonderful outlook but serves Northern Italian fare for breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner. Alternatively enjoy creative regional cuisine for dinner in rustic style at The Great Hall Gastropub and patio.


The resort offers a large variety of rooms and suites from Standard to Deluxe Rooms and Junior to Lake Front Suites which feature cable TV with in-room pay movies, bathrobes, fireplace, sofa bed, coffeemaker and kettle, hair dryer, iron and board, mini fridge and fan. Guests are offered the choice of king size or double beds.

Family Plan rooms (2 queen size beds or one king size and one rollaway bed) are available or connecting rooms and suites can be requested for those requiring extra space, many featuring an additional sofa bed.

If you are looking to treat yourself, consider booking one of the 9 Signature Jasper Cabins, which range from 2 – 8 bedrooms in size. These are scattered around the lodge’s grounds, and have breath-taking views of the National Park. The cabins are all individually styled and are perfect for guests seeking a little more privacy or for larger groups.

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Although the Great Outdoors is the best playroom here, the Activity Centre offers a fantastic range of options to keep younger guests fully entertained. Complimentary volleyball, soccer, shuffleboard, horseshoes, Giant Jenga and stargazing are a few of the options.

Children aged from 4 – 12 years can also join in at the Kids Club (charges apply) and the ever popular S’mores making sessions: think marshmallow toasting, chocolate and biscuits –  a sure fire hit!.  Teenagers can also hang out in the Teen Zone Games Room. Food-wise children are well catered for here.  Under 5s eat free from the children’s menu, whilst those aged 6 – 11 eat for half price from the main menus.

Family Plan Rooms (2 queen size beds or one king size and one rollaway bed) are available or connecting rooms and suites can be requested for those requiring extra space, many featuring an additional sofa bed.  Cots can be arranged and babysitters booked for a charge. The Signature Jasper Cabins, which range from 2 bedrooms to 8 bedrooms in size, are based in the grounds and are also ideal for larger groups of friends and family.


Fairmont Jasper Park lodge have their own ‘Sustainability special projects manager’, they make sure that the hotels Planet 21 program runs smoothly and has improving the six pillars at the forefront of everything they do. These six pillars are: guests, people, partners, community, food & beverage and buildings.

Guests – all bottles at the lodge are completely recyclable and guests can help conserve energy and water by participating in the hotels towel and linen exchange.

People – many staff at the lodge take part in the voluntary ‘Great Canadian shoreline clean up’, the team are dedicated to integrating staff and the local community to support the environment in the Jasper area.

Partners – in 2015, the lodge partnered up with Jasper High School, the students helped create the ‘Loon Nest Project’. Artificial nests were made, which have now created a safe space for the loons to breed away from predators.

Community – the lodge donated 450 chairs to the local church and other organisations and they run the ‘Give a tree’ campaign where guests or locals can plant trees in the surrounding areas.

Food & beverages – Fairmont Jasper have their own on-sight green house where they grow most of the fruit and vegetables used in the restaurant. As of July 2018, all straws in the hotel are now paper and refillable glasses will be given upon water request.

Buildings – All water fixtures at the lodge are designed to reduce water consumption and they are in the process of changing all light fittings to LED energy saving bulbs.


Surrounded by mountain peaks and lakes, Fairmont Park Lodge is located at Jasper in the Canadian Rockies, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  It is a low key and unpretentious town and ideal for enjoying the outdoor lifestyle.   Expect a drive time of approx 4 – 5 hours from Calgary, but we recommend stopping at Banff en-route!

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