Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, from the 1925 Jasper Park Lodge guest book
“A New York man reaches heaven, and as he passes the gate, St. Peter said, 'I am sure you will like it'. A Pittsburgh man followed and St. Peter said, 'it will be a great change for you.' Finally there came a man from Jasper Park Lodge, 'I am afraid' said St. Peter, 'that you will be disappointed.' ”
Set amidst breathtaking mountain and lakeland scenery, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge has established itself as the perfect getaway destination for all to enjoy, and offers luxury accommodation, superb service, and a wide range of leisure opportunities.
A village of cedar chalets and heritage log cabins connected by picturesque paths, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge offers 446 guestrooms, suites and signature cabins. Prices for World Discovery's tailor-made holidays are based on Fairmont Rooms, located throughout the property on the 2nd, 3rd or 4th rows from Lake Beauvert and in the main building. These rooms have alarm clock-radio, cable television with in-room pay movies, coffee-maker and kettle, ceiling fan or electric fan, computer dataport, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, telephone with voice-mail, and windows that open for fresh air. Upgrades are available for a supplement to other room categories.
There is a wide choice of dining. The Edith Cavell Dining Room offers local Canadian cuisine 'with a contemporary touch'. The bright and comfortable Meadows Restaurant has European menus; the atmosphere is more casual. The Canadian Rocky Mountain heritage is nowhere more evident than in The Moose's Nook's rustic style. Unwind in the evening with a cocktail in the Emerald Lounge, with its timeless views of Lac Beauvert and Whistler's Mountain. For a refreshing drink there is also the Tent City Sports Lounge, celebrating the original tented camp pitched on the shores of Lac Beauvert in the early 1900s by the pioneering Brewster Brothers; the lounge also serves traditional pub food and snacks.