Unique Stays

A place to stay can simply be where you hang your hat or it can be a destination in itself. Whether it's indulging in a spa treatment and a gourmet meal at a castle-like hotel, enjoying cowboy poetry at a working ranch after a day of hearding cattle, or watching a gang of elk from the back porch of an all-inclusive mountain lodge, visitors to Alberta will be delighted by the variety of unique places to stay.
Glamping it up in Alberta

Glamping it up in Alberta

Whether you call it comfort camping or glamping, luxury outdoor accommodation is available throughout Alberta. Here are some unique experiences that help connect tenderfoot campers to nature.


Step Back in Time and Ride the Rails

Step Back in Time and Ride the Rails

Visitors today can hearken back to simpler times with wonderful heritage train experiences.
 


Ride the Range at an Alberta Working Ranch

Ride the Range at an Alberta Working Ranch

On a working ranch, visitors can leave their worries behind, meet colourful locals, slip into the saddle and experience the cowboy lifestyle.


Two Alberta Hoteliers Partner to Offer Special Discount Rate

Hotel Arts Group & Canadian Rocky Mountain Resorts are collaborating on a special rate for guests.


True Backcountry Lodges

Alberta’s backcountry lodges are paradise for hikers - offering comfort and seclusion along with towering peaks, hiking trails and sparkling lakes out their back doors. 


Mountain Lodges of Alberta

Mountain Lodges of Alberta

From remote mountain lodges to wilderness inns with moose right in the backyard, Alberta has unique places to stay that make great winter stories all by themselves. 


 

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