Set amidst the rugged beauty of Jasper National Park, yet just four blocks from downtown Jasper, this well-established hotel is perfectly located to explore both the town and its picturesque natural surroundings.
Alpine Village Cabin Resort
Alpine Village Cabin Resort exudes the tranquility of a mountain retreat, yet is conveniently only two kilometres from central Jasper. Each pine log cabin enjoys its own private space overlooking the natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains, with the colossal Mount Edith Cavell towering above. These warm, rustic cabins have a quaint character and provide a unique experience, with guests waking up to the sounds of the forest each morning.
The property's landscaped grounds are surrounded by hiking trails and are often visited by wildlife such as elk and deer, with some guests even sighting coyotes, wolves and bears from their cabins. This resort really allows you to become immersed in the great outdoors, with an abundance of nature and outdoor activities at your doorstep.
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Alpine Village cabins vary in size and can sleep anywhere between two and five guests. The authentic log cabin structure and warm, rustic furnishings inside create a cosy atmosphere and homely comfort. Bedrooms in the Heritage Cabins and the second bedroom in the Family Cabin can be quite small and guests may wish to upgrade to Deluxe Cabins if requiring more space. All cabins are en suite and most come with a kitchenette, a wood-burning fireplace and a private outdoor area with a barbecue where you can enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
The location of this property is most definitely its greatest asset, as guests can take advantage of a convenient five minute drive into town without compromising on the Rocky Mountain experience. Its setting provides seclusion and tranquility, surrounded by the stunning Canadian wilderness. Guests are advised to have their own vehicle when staying at this property as there are no dining services on site and no shuttle provided into town. Taxis, however, are inexpensive as the journey time is so short.
Food and drink
Alpine Village does not provide any food service on site and guests will usually visit Jasper for dining. However, there are barbecues with most cabins for guests to use at their convenience. General grocery items are also available for purchase at the property.
The Family Cabin and Deluxe Family Cabin can both accommodate up to five guests, with the latter being more spacious. There are also several options for three to four guests. Children can have fun in the property's outdoor playground.
Facilities and activities
Alpine Village has a heated outdoor hot pool, with its deck area overlooking the Athabasca River. A selection of books and games can be borrowed, ideal for relaxing in the evenings after exploring the wilderness. There are also a number of marked walking and hiking trails surrounding the property that weave through the beautiful landscape.
Alpine Village has an outstanding location for guests wishing to take in all of Jasper’s wildlife and stunning natural scenery. Some of the cabins can be rather small, but they make it up for it in character, making this property one of the most sought after in Jasper.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favorite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Nestled in the heart of Jasper National Park, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge is set in expansive grounds overlooking the emerald waters of Lac Beauvert. With dramatic views, rustic cabins and a wide choice of activities, it makes a comfortable base for exploring.
Located in the heart of Jasper town, Park Place Inn is an intimate heritage accommodation that provides guests with spacious, elegant rooms in an excellent location.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Retrace the steps of Canada’s historic fur traders and experience the jagged mountain peaks, shimmering glaciers, crystal clear lakes and abundant wildlife of Mount Edith Cavell.