Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge

Jasper, Alberta

The hotel

Situated in the spectacular Canadian Rockies, this luxurious lakeside hotel comprises of a village of charming and rustic cabins connected by picturesque paths, blending in with the natural beauty of its surroundings. This stunning location even offers ice-skating on the frozen lake in the winter and a great choice of restaurants to satisfy any appetites built up from the day's activities. Why not try ORSO Trattoria, serving healthy Canadian produce with a Northern Italian twist - and unforgettable views to enjoy as you dine. The luxurious 10,000 sq ft spa has steam rooms and a range of treatments and massages to help melt away the aches after a full-on day on the piste, there's also a heated outdoor pool ... what an amazing place to take swim! Whether you are planning a romantic getaway or a Rocky Mountain family holiday, Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge has everything you need.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Ski
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Free Parking
  • Free Shuttle To Slopes
  • Babysitting service
  • Valet parking
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Laundry Service
  • Bicycle Rental
  • Restaurant

Where is it

Overlooking Lac Beauvert, a 25-minute drive to Marmot Basin and 7 km from Jasper town centre. Transfer time from Calgary Airport: 5 hours 10 minutes.

Hotel information

446 rooms in cedar chalets and log cabins all with clock/radio, cable tv with pay per view films, coffee-maker and kettle, hairdryer and iron and board. Fairmont Rooms with either 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size bed, 2 double beds, or 2 twin beds, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Deluxe Rooms offer a larger living space, many with outdoor patio, with 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

Junior Suite Fireplace Rooms have a wood-burning stove and pull-out sofa or 2 double beds with a fireplace and sofa in the sitting room, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

Junior Suite Lakeview Rooms have partial views of Lac Beauvert and have a sitting area and bedroom which can be completely separated by wooden sliding doors and have either 1 king-size bed and a sitting area with a pull-out sofa or 2 double beds with a sofa in the sitting room, sleeping maximum 4 adults or 2 adults and 2 children.

ORSO Trattoria (Northern Italian fare, open for breakfast, dinner and weekend afternoon tea), the Moose's Nook Northern Grill (gourmet restaurant, open for dinner), the Emerald Lounge and Patio (open for lunch and dinner), Fitzhugh's To Go (deli) and Oka Sushi, First Cup Deli and Seasonal Grill. In-room dining is available*. Outdoor heated pool, sauna, steam room, exercise room, table tennis, billiard tables. Reflections Spa with treatments and massages*. Complimentary ice skating, with skate rentals available*, tobogganing* and concierge (winter only). Boat* and bike* rentals available in summer months. Shuttle to Marmot Basin during the ski season is free for Virgin guests. Complimentary self-parking. Valet parking CA$25 per night (payable locally, subject to change).

*Denotes local charge.

Rating summary

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Traveller rating

  • Excellent (1978)
  • Very good (1259)
  • Average (879)
  • Poor (600)
  • Terrible (337)
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Jul 15, 2019 mhf1 Seal Beach, CA

Faded glory which is typical of Fairmont Hotels. Unfortunately they have a monopoly on "upmarket" accommodations in Jasper. Food in Chop House restaurant lousy. Room retro to a cheap motel, with substandard linens and products. Staff was great but it hard to have the staff make up for very poor value in an expensive hotel.
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Not matching at all the requirements for such a place and price

Jul 15, 2019 tailung13 Naujac-sur-Mer, France

The room we booked for 2 nights was for 3/4 people. We were 3 and added one extra breakfast when booking, months ago. But Everything in the room was for 2 only (bathrobes, slippers, coffee pods). The fridge was just completely empty: not even a single bottle of water there, when paying $1400 per nights! The mattress are just okish , pretty old I… Read more
The room we booked for 2 nights was for 3/4 people. We were 3 and added one extra breakfast when booking, months ago. But Everything in the room was for 2 only (bathrobes, slippers, coffee pods). The fridge was just completely empty: not even a single bottle of water there, when paying $1400 per nights! The mattress are just okish , pretty old I would say. Nothing one would expect for such a place. Also, make sure you have double than the payment required on your credit card as they would make a hold of the complete amount (and even a bit more) on the day of your arrival, then charge you again the exact amount when booking out, and then only release the hold. Came to $6000 on my credit card for few days. Read less
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Jul 14, 2019 Alan B Newport, United Kingdom

You do not have to stay at the lodge to enjoy some of the immediate benefits.A walk around beautiful Lac Beauvert, situated in front of the hotel, takes about an hour and is worthy of being a Jasper attraction in it's own right. Canoes, kayaks and peddle boats are also available for hire. Coffee and other refreshments available in the hotel… Read more
You do not have to stay at the lodge to enjoy some of the immediate benefits.A walk around beautiful Lac Beauvert, situated in front of the hotel, takes about an hour and is worthy of being a Jasper attraction in it's own right. Canoes, kayaks and peddle boats are also available for hire. Coffee and other refreshments available in the hotel afterwards. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Ouch. You're kidding. But no, you're not.

Jul 14, 2019 nullp0inter Omaha, Nebraska

Let me write this in the style of “The Twilight Zone”. Imagine, if you will, a lodge so overpriced, so dull and average, that although it “wraps around the shores of the pristine lake ‘Lac Beauvert’ and Canada's #1 Golf Resort Course”, it is in fact very sub-par (golf joke), assuming we are feeling in a generous mood. Imagine, if you will, a… Read more
Let me write this in the style of “The Twilight Zone”. Imagine, if you will, a lodge so overpriced, so dull and average, that although it “wraps around the shores of the pristine lake ‘Lac Beauvert’ and Canada's #1 Golf Resort Course”, it is in fact very sub-par (golf joke), assuming we are feeling in a generous mood. Imagine, if you will, a restaurant so overpriced that it is worth the time to take the lodge shuttle into town, so as to eat at any restaurant other than one at the Jasper Park Lodge. Imagine, if you will, a $600-CA room where the front screen door does not close, the shower area has mildew, only one room key works, and the heating system has a part that has fallen off. Wait. Their wireless access point just disappeared. OK, back now. Imagine if you can, a $35-CA per-person breakfast buffet, that is roughly equivalent to the breakfast at the average Fairfield, not Fairmont, hotel. This is the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge. Oh. Their wireless access point, password FJPL, just disappeared. OK, back now. If you wander around, there’s lots of cool hotel photos from the past. The Queen was here! Marilyn Monroe! Bing Crosby! All of this is exciting. But, while I don’t have a chauffeur, I would like to have the capability of actually parking my rental car in some available parking stall. But no. Not going to happen here. Hang on. Their wireless access point just disappeared. OK, back. So welcome to the Jasper Park Lodge. There’s few actual rooms at the lodge, though, since most are similar to, and reminiscent of, an average U.S. state park rental cabin – albeit at about eight to ten times the price. Since they have you as a captive audience, the wine and beer is roughly 3x or 4x the price in Jasper. The food? Youch. Your average burger is $27-CA. You’ll feel as if they want to charge you for even walking through the lobby. They need the money to maintain the rooms. Oh, wait! They don’t maintain the rooms! My bad. Ah! Speaking of maintenance. Their wireless access point … OK, it’s back. Seriously, we paid the big bucks for the “Gold Leaf” service on the “Rocky Mountaineer”. Hello Rocky Mountaineer? This was by far the worst of our stays, and clearly sub-par in every way I can think of. Had we known about FJPL we would have opted for “Silver Leaf” service in Jasper so that we could have avoided this whole experience. Abysmal. Dump them from “Gold Leaf” service. Seriously. It was bad. Read less
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Jul 13, 2019 mp72 Berlin, Germany

a lovely landscape, but a very old hotel, the rooms are very simple and old, the balance for quality and price are not good, the restaurants are okay, nothing special, great golf course with great hospitality in the pro shop