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Forest Park Hotel, hotel in Jasper

Forest Park Hotel

Jasper (Alberta)

Featuring an indoor pool and on-site spa services, Forest Park Hotel offers 3 restaurants. Free WiFi and a refrigerator are included in each guest room.

7.6
Good
1,898 reviews
Price from£85.07per night
The Crimson Jasper, hotel in Jasper

The Crimson Jasper

Jasper (Alberta)

The Crimson Jasper is only a 10 minute walk from Jasper Railway Station. Terra Restaurant serves a daily breakfast buffet. Guest rooms include free WiFi.

8.3
Very good
1,246 reviews
Price from£88.99per night
Mount Robson Inn, hotel in Jasper

Mount Robson Inn

Jasper (Alberta)

Situated in the heart of Jasper National Park, this hotel offers a seasonal ski shuttle service. Free Wi-Fi is provided in all guest rooms. Jasper city centre is 2 minutes’ drive away.

8.2
Very good
1,562 reviews
Price from£97.50per night
Jasper Inn & Suites by INNhotels, hotel in Jasper

Jasper Inn & Suites by INNhotels

Jasper (Alberta)

Located in the heart of Jasper National Park, this hotel offers on-site dining and an indoor pool and hot tub. A sauna and steam room is available. Free Wi-Fi is included in all guest rooms.

8.0
Very good
3,187 reviews
Price from£102per night
Astoria Hotel, hotel in Jasper

Astoria Hotel

Jasper (Alberta)

Located in the heart of Jasper within the Canadian Rockies, The Astoria Hotel features Papa George’s Restaurant and De’d Dog Bar & Grill on site.

6.5
Pleasant
1,326 reviews
Price from£83.59per night
Tonquin Inn, hotel in Jasper

Tonquin Inn

Jasper (Alberta)

Featuring an indoor pool, Tonquin Inn is located in Jasper National Park and surrounded by the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Free WiFi is available.

7.0
Good
1,970 reviews
Price from£75.97per night
Chateau Jasper, hotel in Jasper

Chateau Jasper

Jasper (Alberta)

Featuring an indoor pool and hot tub and serving breakfast in their Silverwater Grill restaurant.

8.0
Very good
950 reviews
Price from£88.99per night
Athabasca Hotel, hotel in Jasper

Athabasca Hotel

Jasper (Alberta)

An on-site restaurant and bar are featured at this Jasper hotel. Free Wi-Fi is offered in all guest rooms. Marmot Basin is 22 km away. A cable TV is provided in each room at Athabasca Hotel.

7.5
Good
1,195 reviews
Price from£51.70per night
Whistler's Inn, hotel in Jasper

Whistler's Inn

Jasper (Alberta)

The hotel is located within Jasper National Park, 8 km from the Jasper tramway. The hotel offers 2 on-site restaurants and a pub. Whistler's Inn features cable TV, and a coffee maker in every room.

8.2
Very good
1,453 reviews
Price from£100per night
Jasper Downtown Hostel, hotel in Jasper

Jasper Downtown Hostel

Jasper (Alberta)

Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Jasper Downtown Hostel offers accommodation in Jasper city centre. This property offers both dorm style and private bedrooms.

8.4
Very good
1,753 reviews
Price from£61.75per night
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The Uplifting Power of Nature

Jasper sits in a green valley within a national park surrounded by the majestic Canadian Rockies. Water in its various forms has shaped the dramatic scenery and continues to create serene landscapes.

Tree-lined Lake Beauvert is the closest to town, but Pyramid and Patricia lakes are more famous thanks to the rugged peaks perfectly reflected in their still waters. Arguably the best of all is Maligne Lake whose incredible water colour is eclipsed by small, pine-lined Spirit Island. You may not know the name, but you’ll probably recognise the view.

Many glaciers come off the huge Columbia Icefield, roughly midway between Jasper and Lake Louise. Some have cut canyons where you can go ice walking. Other winter sports include ice skating and skiing at the Marmot Basin resort, named after local animals.

Bears inhabit the surrounding forests and more wildlife lives at The Den at Whistler Inn, just one Jasper accommodation option on Booking.com alongside mountain lodges and pet-friendly hotels with pools.

The Jasper Tramway – Canada’s highest cable car – goes to the top of The Whistlers mountain, and on the slopes of another are the Miette Hot Springs open-air pool.  The Jasper-Yellowhead Museum details the area’s history, and traditional Haida styles and colours are celebrated in the modern Two Brothers Totem Pole

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  • 4 attractions
  • 3 points of interest
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What guests said about Jasper:

  • 10

    Unfortunately the ski season was a bit down this year.

    Unfortunately the ski season was a bit down this year. After really cold temps the week before we arrive, they experience warmer than average temps when we were their and snow quality was not real good. We still made the most of our visit by enjoying this winter wonderland and the sites that Jasper provides
    Sharon
    Australia
  • 8.0

    To put the review in context, we were only in Jasper for a...

    To put the review in context, we were only in Jasper for a couple of days prior to the Winter Season to catch The Canadian to Toronto. This meant many of the major sites were not yet available to access. However, while there, what we discovered was a lovely small town that is the focal point for travelling to the beautiful areas in the vicinity. The people are very friendly and helpful and there are also plenty of excellent places to eat and drink. It is worth the visit.
    Elena
    Australia
  • 8.0

    It's easy to get around Jasper.

    It's easy to get around Jasper. They have just recently provided long-term parking, which works for those driving their own vehicle to get on and return from the Jasper to Prince Rupert Via Rail train run (Sept. 2023). We picked up Starbucks drinks, ordered food from a variety of restaurants that were yummy. Gluten Free/Dairy Free options are available at a few restaurants; no desserts though, as per usual restaurant fare.
    Kalee
    Canada
  • 8.0

    We visited Angel Glacier.

    We visited Angel Glacier. Wouldn't have missed that for anything. Malign Lake and the boat trip to Spirit Island was memorable. Glad we didn't miss that. We were there 2 days. 3 would have been better.
    Lyle
    United States
  • 10

    The mountains and lakes in Jasper are amazing!

    The mountains and lakes in Jasper are amazing! the colour of the water is so inviting, I wish it was warmer when we went so we could swim. We ate at birch and jasper pizza place which were both pretty good. Jasper is pretty small so once you are in the town you can easily walk around the entire downtown area. be aware, sometimes it can be very smoky due to forest fires which greatly hurts the views of the mountains.
    Jacob
  • 10

    We visit Jasper once or twice a year and it is one of our...

    We visit Jasper once or twice a year and it is one of our most favorite spots. We always go on the cruise to Spirit Island every year to rejuvenate our soul. We always take the Wildlife Adventure trip and this year we saw two eagles in the nest and 2 female bears with a total of 5 cubs. The Elk as usual were plentiful. The only thing that upset me was the amount of fools getting out of their cars and with little children. Not the animals fault but sadly they will be the ones to pay in the long run.
    Crane
    Canada

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Jasper

  • 8.3
    Very good · 833 reviews
    Loved the property! Pet friendly but the cabins have carpet 😳 we were assigned a cabin by the road. Had I known, would have asked to specifically book one behind the office/restaurant. Due to covid, hot springs were closed! Yay! Not droves of traffic and people. Wild life in the area. Beautiful country. The amenities and authentic Greek cuisine was a huge diamond in the rough. Pleasant experience. Hospitality was top notch! Thank you!
    Jody
    Canada
  • From £102 per night
    8.0
    Very good · 3,187 reviews
    The jasper Inns and Suites is located in a quiet part of town but is with easy walking distance of the downtown area. The hotel was full during our stay and yet we did not get disturbed by anyone - even the rugby team that had won a local championship! The facilities in the room were first class and the onsite restaurant, which we only used for breakfast, was good value for money and had friendly staff
    Ken
    United Kingdom
  • From £128.97 per night
    8.3
    Very good · 1,430 reviews
    The Lodge is in a beautiful location, nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains and only minutes from the gates of Jasper National Park. The main lodge has a great restaurant, balcony, lounging area and views that are second to none. There are abundant walking/hiking trails on site, and the rooms are clean and reasonably well equipped. The staff, on a scale of 1-10, defiantly deserves a "12" :-)
    Cam
    Canada
  • From £97.50 per night
    8.2
    Very good · 1,562 reviews
    Great location - 10 mins walk to the middle of town. Rooms nicely updated and clean. Bed super cozy. Breakfast was really good and catered for gluten free requirements. Staff really friendly and helpful. Noise from the trains is unavoidable at any of the hotels in Jasper; it just adds to the charm. Ask for a room that does not face the road/railway track to help minimize it
    Toni
    Canada
  • 8.1
    Very good · 230 reviews
    I only stayed in this combination for a night, and passed out early to get an early start on the icefield parkway the following morning, but for what it was everything was excellent. The bed is super comfy, location was walkable to pretty much everything in downtown Jasper. Great accomodations.
    Chris Wiegand
    United States
  • 9.5
    Exceptional · 137 reviews
    All around amazing! If I'm staying in Jasper, it will be at White Brick. It's cheaper than all the surrounding hotels, super cute and comfortable, great location, easy check in and check out and the owners are extremely nice and accommodating! Stay here, not one single issue!
    Michaela Johnston
    Canada
  • From £130.22 per night
    8.7
    Fabulous · 566 reviews
    Although outside the park, the location is relatively close to Jasper itself and the road to it is very scenic and worthwhile. The cabins are new and impeccable. The sound of the road cannot be heard from inside the house.
    Jerome
    United States
  • From £100 per night
    8.2
    Very good · 1,453 reviews
    Older hotel but very nicely renovated. Main concern was no parking. Only about a dozen designated parking spots and had to park on the street - in Jasper. Also room seemed to be over utility room. Noise.
    Lautt
    Canada
  • From £75.58 per night
    8.2
    Very good · 1,523 reviews
    Location - close enough to downtown but with the benefit of a better front facing view of the mountain scenery rather than the Jasper railyard which the other hotels had. Kudos to the architect.
    Andrew
    Canada
  • From £75.91 per night
    7.1
    Good · 1,045 reviews
    The property is pet friendly and that is a very important consideration when booking any hotel. The staff were very friendly and helpful and I also enjoyed the pool and hot tubs.
    Lorenne
    Canada
  • From £61.75 per night
    8.4
    Very good · 1,753 reviews
    Location is perfect, in the heart of downtown Jasper. It seems to be a really well run hostel and the workers were all very friendly. I enjoyed my stay here and would stay again
    Anthony
    United States
  • From £88.99 per night
    8.0
    Very good · 950 reviews
    Perfect place, quiet, with swimming pool. Clean. Fridges, microwave, coffee machine. Great staff. Jasper is a fantastic town, and this hotel makes you enjoying it a bit better.
    D. Bernard
    Canada
  • 8.6
    Fabulous · 606 reviews
    You get the mountain and the river view . Few rooms facing the river and it was amazing. There are many lakes closer to this hotel and jasper city is 4 minutes away.
    Isura
    Sri Lanka
  • From £100 per night
    8.2
    Very good · 1,453 reviews
    Located in downtown Jasper, very convenient to everything. Room seemed to be newly renovated, nice and clean, although the building looked old from exterior.
    Yue
    United States
  • From £83.59 per night
    6.5
    Pleasant · 1,326 reviews
    Perfect location for a short stay in Jasper. The hotel is older and the decor is a little tired but we expected this and therefore we were not disappointed.
    Louise
    United Kingdom
  • 8.1
    Very good · 230 reviews
    The room was basic but had the essentials. Good central location to downtown. It was a cheap place to stay considering the costs of rooms in Jasper.
    Brittany
    Canada
  • From £75.91 per night
    7.1
    Good · 1,045 reviews
    Hotel and room was comfortable and clean. Hotel is located a bit off main business section of Jasper but easily walkable. Very quiet and restful.
    Garry
    Canada
  • From £83.59 per night
    6.5
    Pleasant · 1,326 reviews
    The cheapest hotel stay in Jasper. Buy prices have gone up without any increase in value for accommodation. Love that it is above the De’d Dog
    Casey
    Canada
  • 8.5
    Very good · 1,223 reviews
    Lovely location, very clean, very cute cabins and hotel. Very quiet and safe.
    Kathy
    United States
  • From £88.99 per night
    8.3
    Very good · 1,246 reviews
    Hotel is perfectly located for Jasper. Everything within walking distance.
    Patrick
    Canada